Dovnsklint is the name of the moraine clay cliff at Langeland's southern tip. Langeland is one of many smaller islands just south of my home island of Fyn, Denmark.
This was shot on April 13th, 2009. I had borrowed a car from work, so I decided to take advantage of that. The 87km (54 miles) would take me quite a bit of time on my bicycle :)
I spent about 3 and a half hours down there but setting up / moving my gear is a slow process, so I didn't get to film any of the other local sites that I had in mind. Unfortunately, my gear - though heavy - is still a bit wobbely. The heavy slider makes my tiny tripod soft in the knees.
Canon EF 24mm f/2.8
Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 macro
Canon EF 200mm f/2.8L
(All lenses set to f/5.0)
indiSLIDERpro (with Velbon fluid head)
Velbon Ultra LuXi L (with Giotto MH 1300 ball head)
Røde SVM for ambient background sound (on 3m extention cord)
Cokin P filters (P121F & P121M ND filters)
Sony Vegas 8 Pro
Color graded with
custum setting in Magic Bullet Looks
Music by Danish DJ / Musician Anders Trentemøller