Quick setup and shoot with this gear. Long lens on the Benro head and the wide on the Zhiyun Stabilizer. _ Ever since I purchased the crane 2 I’ve brought it to over 25 countries around the world (in one year) and I don’t even pack it in the case. I place it in my large suitcase between my clothes 👔👖🏗🧦👔 and this beast has never quit on me. At first it seems like a delicate piece of technology but from what I’ve found out this thing can take a beating and keep on ticking. The last thing you want to worry about is the gear being broken or needing to be repaired when you are producing segments on the go. You need to be able to hop in and out of cars, buses, trains, taxis and right into the scene — power up and record 🔴. _ Also, I don’t use a fancy tripod with the crane. It’s actually a photo tripod that collapses down to 14 inches — perfect for traveling or attaching to your backpack with some bongo ties. It’s aluminum and the colors complement the red powder coating of the crane. _ 🎥 - 5D Mark IV w/ Tamron 35mm f1.8⠀ 📷 - 7D Mark II w/ Canon 70-200mm f2.8⠀ 🏗 - Zhiyun Crane 2 ⠀ 🎤 - Rode Video Mic Pro+⠀ 🎧 - H6N Recorder⠀ 📡 - Slingstudio
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Videos are the most powerful tool in marketing and you should be using it to drive awareness and engagement around your products or services.
Seattle Space needle in the background of the shot.
This one surprised me, I've never been to Seattle before and when I woke at 5am to go for a time lapse video, I just grabbed my camera and just started walking toward a place where I figured there would be something to shoot. Turned around and BAM. There was the Space Needle and the Seattle Skyline. Opened the tripod and started capturing.
We recently finished a corporate video for @FamilySelfCare for their fundraising.
We shot in New York at the Johnson & Johnson Incubator. Worked with voice over talent from both countries and delivered videos in multiple languages (English and French). It was a great experience to work with the Family Self Care Team