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    Hi everybody -

    I wanted to share my latest piece, 'In Limbo'. Shot in NYC with both RED Monstro w/ Kippertie Full Spectrum OLPF and MoVI Carbon (GH5s).
    All Monstro footage was shot with a Shotover F1 in collaboration with Gotham Film Works.

    BTS and Blog write-up: http://www.brooklynaerials.com/blog/...ng-look-at-nyc

    Enjoy!
    Tim


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    Beautiful work. It's funny how a simple shot like flipping the reeds reflecting in the water can be so unnerving. What glass did you use on the Shotover for the dolly zooms?
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    Amazing.
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    Very nice Tim. Enjoyed that somber piece. Say hi to the guys for me. Miss em.
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    Love it! Really nice work!!
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    Very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher S Johnson View Post
    Beautiful work. It's funny how a simple shot like flipping the reeds reflecting in the water can be so unnerving. What glass did you use on the Shotover for the dolly zooms?

    Thanks a lot!! Had a HR 25-250 w/ Duclos 1.6 Expander on the Shotover.
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    Tim,

    Great work with some stunning compositions. I loved the "trombone" track/zoom of the metal framework. Did you use a IR filter along with Kippertie Full Spectrum OLPF ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Very nice Tim. Enjoyed that somber piece. Say hi to the guys for me. Miss em.
    Thanks Phil! Will do - they are the best!! :)
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