Hey guys, a new short film shot on Panasonic GH2s and GH3s!
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I’ve got a new short film to share with you. Marc & Misty were lovely, and their wedding day was joyful and fun.
Shot in Vermillion, South Dakota on Panasonic GH2s and a GH3 using Panasonic, Olympus, SLR Magic, and Minolta lenses.
Hi guys, I’ve got a new wedding short film to share with you today.
We shot this wedding film in Webster, South Dakota. I loved their reception venue – it was rustic, but beautiful. Amanda was lovely, and Nick was probably the most dapper groom I’ve worked with this year. It was a great time, and I hope you enjoy the video.
Now to get techy:
Shot with three GH2s and a GH3. This was a great GH3 experience, I learned a lot about the camera and how best to use it. Recommendation? Stick with AVCHD mode. It’s cleaner and more efficiently compressed. The high bit rates just don’t add anything except more noise to the image. Another piece of GH3 advice: Don’t turn the contrast down more than two clicks in the picture profile settings. Highlights get a little weird and hard to fix.
It’s a new wedding short film! I think this might be the last short film from me that does not include GH3 footage. I purchased my GH3 shortly after shooting this wedding. Enjoy!
So I recently discovered a little doodad that I’ve completely fallen in love with. It’s the Sliq DQ-10 quick release plate. It’s a tiny little quick release plate that is sturdy and well-built and fits on almost anything. I hate having to screw things into each other when I’m out working an event. I just don’t have the time, and I don’t want to drop any screws or nuts and lose them. That’s why I’m slowly buying up the world’s supply of DQ-10 plates (Don’t worry, I only have three right now). They’re around twenty bucks online, and I can see so many uses for them, to make my rigs more modular. I have them on my monitors right now, but I want to put them on my zoom audio recorder, my wireless microphone, really anything that you might otherwise use a hotshoe for. Why do I prefer this over a hotshoe? It clicks reliably into place and can hold more weight. What’s not to like?
On to subject number two. I’ve got a new short film to share. This one I shot down in Longview Texas, for my cousin. It was so much fun to be a part of the wedding. For this short I went back to a shorter format because it seems to flow really well at this length. Enjoy!
It’s been too long since I’ve finished editing a wedding short. So happy with this one. I used my GH2s and also an AF100 for this wedding shoot. Overall, the image I got out of my GH2s was a lot nicer, but I think that’s because I had the AF100 set up wrong. Nevertheless, some color correction work brought the footage in line.
I shot this wedding in July, in the tiny town of Grenville, SD. A most fascinating town, it is slowly being swallowed by the shallow lakes that surround it. The waterscapes added an unusual twist to the wheat fields and Midwestern landscape. I’d love to go back up there some time to shoot photos for fun. Such an interesting place.
The couple was awesome. Justin & Lisa teach at a school in New York City, but decided to travel back to Lisa’s hometown for their wedding. They were nothing but joy and fun, the whole day. I really enjoyed the time I spent with them. They love to travel and have adventures, and that’s something we share so we had lots to talk about. All their friends and family that came to the wedding came ready to party and celebrate, and the whole wedding day just turned out to be so much fun.
I hope you like it.