This is a film about the work of Nes Lerpa following the creation of a painting in his studio Atelier Asserbo, Denmark, Autumn 2010.
The film is shot in 1080/25p with a Canon 5D mark 2 with lenses ranging from 14 - 280 mm. All natural sound is recorded with the internal microphone. The recordings is then convertet to Apple ProRes 4444 via Log and Transfer in Final Cut Pro using the EOS Movie Plugin-E1 from Canon.
The film is edited in Final Cut Pro 7 on a MacBook Pro laptop with a duo core 2.66 processor and 4GB memory.
Additional equipment for my camera and computer: Gitzo G2180 video head, Zacuto Z-Finder 2.5X and an external 500GB raid disk from Caldigit.
Finally I had to download Pixel Mask which is a free plugin from adamwilt.com to remove a hot pixel.
The music is composed by Ejnar Kanding.
Colori Nomadi is italian for nomadic colors and one of the best ways to describe Nes Lerpas work in one expression. Read more about him at neslerpa.com.