This is a rough composition of a series of shots taken at daybreak at Corfe Castle in Dorset, UK. This is a test shot for a project I am working on with Geoff Boyle and Justin Pentecost. The finished video is actually in 3D. It was shot using a pair of PMW-F3's with Sigma 20mm lenses on a motion controlled 3D rig with an interaxial of 4m. The 3D version however is reserved for our client at this stage. We shot multiple real time, motion controlled pans across the scene starting before dark and continuing to shoot identical passes until the first train out of Corfe station. Getting the timing near perfect to catch the train coming out behind the hill was a mix of absolute skill and a lot of luck. This edit used 4 different clips from the 15 to 20 that we shot. We had to lug around 80kg of gear up a very, very steep hill, almost on our hands an knees in the dark to get this clip. I'm really pleased with the end result and think it was worth the effort.

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