Can we see any grap or footage? :)
Nice! Congrats Tonaci, thanks for share.
See you in Vegas Guys!
Cheers and have fun on this 3D trip =)
Just landed in NYC yesterday with the Epic (can't say for what hehe). But what I can talk about is how streamlined Mark Pederson's Epic + Atom 3d "Hellbenders" shoot is going! This is the first indie feature shooting on Epics and in S3D with the Atom. It is also my first time ever in New York so everything has been mind boggling. Such an amazing city. Special thanks to Mark for setting this up. On Thursday I get to check out the OffHollywood facility in Soho. fun times.
Hangin with the OffHollywood crew on the set of Hellbenders.
Just got some pictures uploaded from the shoot.....
Low mode steadicam action.....akward position in that shot....ground was soft and sloped.....grrrr. Low mode heavy rig....arghhhh. I struggled thru that shot a bit...hoepfully the footage doesn't show it!
Then some handheld action.....1st AC Tanner Stauss handling the C-Motion Cvolution and Operator Dustin Pearlman.
Wow, handheld & steadicam 3D... I don't think that's been done too often.
Looks like it hurts:)
Congrats on the all the fun. NOW THEIR MINE FOR THE NEXT MONTH:)
Are you doing shoulder operating with one or two EVFs? It looks like one.
The operator there was Dustin Pearlman. He did a great job handling the rig, as did Pedro. A bit awkward, but its still S3D up on your shoulder, pretty mind blowing when you think about how far the technology has come. Dustin was operating with one EVF mounted upside-down when in this configuration. In handheld mode there, I would say the rig was around 55-60 pounds.
Not bad at all! Wow. Add a bracket for dual EVF mounting and you'd still be at only about 65lbs tops.
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