When we took the Phantom Flex for a ride through Cambridge and Boston the concept was to see how it would handle tracking through city spaces. To move the high-speed HD camera was the essential idea; to test the effect the acceleration of the vehicle would have on the frame rate capture of the camera (the faster the van the more statuesque the scenery).
On this same weekend that we were inspired to shoot, Radiohead released their album 'King of Limbs'. While reviewing the footage and listening to 'Codex' we found the tonality of the track seemed to fit the footage effortlessly; this is how it felt to shoot that day, cold and happy. So we went with it.
A baby discovers his hands (limbs, in a series of made and missed connections) on a day where most adults are hiding theirs...there is a certain and varied greatness to what high-speed shooting renders, all we want are more opportunities to see where that can take us.