I think fear is a very important part of our lives, and its only when we accept it and "walk into it" that we can produce the greatest versions of ourselves. When we step out of our comfort zone and our "norm", we can do something that is different and It can be as easy as expressing ourselves with our sense of style. Its the sense of creating an impression on the world and achieving what we want the most.
Jeff Lahens/DressCode Boston (Wardrobe/Stylist),
Kevin O. Peterson
Yofi (the amazing Dog!)
Director/Writer: Cody Signore
Cinematography: Charles Vuolo
Gaffer: David Bouley
Art Department: Ryan Bliss, Judy Prescott
Grip: Andrew Dunn
Underwater D.P.: Ian Fein
Production/Post Sound: Ben Didsbury
Color Correct: Jon Mercer
Locations: Nicholas Koloski
Special thanks to:
New Hampshire Film Office
Scenic views of the pine beach made with the DIY GoPro "Slinky Slider", the Letus goPro anamorphic adapter and edited in Final Cut Pro. You can make the camera slider for about $12. I followed this tutorial: youtube.com/watch?v=I1bpsqFSDeo
RED SCARLET 456 with letus anamorph-x anamorphic adapter (HIGH FLARE EDITION) and a 4x4 clear filter in the filtertray. All shots @ iso 320, RedGamma3&RedColor3, without ColorCorrection.
As you can see, the 16mm is a bit too wide for the anamorphic adapter so theres serious vignetting and the edges of the clear filter is visible. The 24mm works absolutely fine. I guess you get away with a 20mm prime as well, but you would have to use 4x5.5 filters
A quick GoPro Studio edit of some fun at the beach we had with the kids at Camber Sands last weekend.
Shot with GoPro Hero 3+ Black with Letus Anamorphx lens adapter at 1080p60 medium protune and slowed down to 23.976.
Here is the video footage we have been looping at the booth at NAB2014. Several people asked if they could see it online anywhere so now you can.
This is all shot on either the Letus GoPro Stabilizer or the Letus Helix ESS.
If it's anamorphic, it's the GoPro with the ANX-GP on a 1 axis stabilizer mounted to a monopod. Non-anamorphic footage that is car mounted is from a GoPro HERO 3 mounted to another Letus GoPro stabilizer (we were testing wind resistance at ... errr... the legal speed limit of course).
The shots from the Ghost Bar at the Palms were shot by Edi Schneider on a Canon 70D with a 16-35mm lens mounted to the Helix ESS 3 axis stabilizer.
Everything was shot over the last few days just for fun.... if you consider hanging out a car window at highway speeds fun. I do!