This short promotional film was another joint project between E Shift Productions and King County Medic One. It explains the growing epidemic of school shootings. It also outlines a class that King County Medic One offers, in conjunction with law enforcement, to provide teachers with a basic medical skill set to treat students and colleagues who are critically injured.
The footage was obtained at a regional active shooter drill at Tahoma Junior High School. Many paramedic, police, and fire units were involved in this very realistic exercise.
The film was shot on a Panasonic AF-100, Canon XF-105, GoPro Hero3 Black, and a Sony RX-100.
Editing occurred on an iMac equipped with Adobe Premiere Pro. Titling and graphics were crafted in After Effects, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Color grading was done with SpeedGrade.
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