The next in the series of films by Green Renaissance, filmed in Sweden. Did you know that the concentration of emissions from things like furniture, carpets and paint can be up to five times higher than it is outdoors, making for an unhealthy indoor climate? Plants are able to trap chemicals on their leaves. By watering the leaves frequently, these toxins are washed into the soil where they are broken down. By bringing nature into our indoor living spaces, we are able to create clean, healthy air throughout our buildings.
Tip/Trick: We only had one day to capture all the content for this short film. . Timelapses can often be very time consuming, and time wasn’t something that we had much of on this job. By making use of two cameras, we were able to set up and leave one rolling in the forest, while continuing with the rest of the shoot. A great advantage of the D800 camera is its built in timelapse function. The timelapses shown in this film were taken over a two hour period, which the camera compiles automatically into a ten second clip – this saves a lot of time both from a filming and editing perspective.
Camera Used: Nikon D800 DSLR
Lenses: Nikkor 35mm, 50mm, 85mm
Memory Card: Lexar Professional
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