This video is the consequence of carrying more than 13 kg of video equipment in planes, boats, buses in the 2014's winter holiday spent in Malaysia. We planned to visit a lot of things but the major attractions were the tea plantations in Cameron Highlands (that features another dedicated video) and Pangkor Island Beach Resort.
A complete article regarding this video can be found here: parcfilm.ro/trip-to-malaysia-video-no1-days-of-sun/
For some unforgettable 9 days I made an extensive use of my equipment while savouring the beach and very expensive beers (Malaysia is a muslim country) among peacocks, hornbills, monkeys and a very funny wild boar that was visiting us precisely 20 minutes before the birds' feeding time:)
Although the video equipment included a Canon 5D Mark III, I found myself making more use of the oldie but goldie Panasonic GH2 mirrorless camera that proved to be very useful as it had an Olympus 14-150mm attached. Not the brightest or the most trustful lens in the world, but hey, 12000 km away from home you just use what's in the bag:) and the Olympus is a very versatile lens to carry around because of the huge focal lenghts it covers.
For my 5D I was only carrying the Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM and a Zeiss Makro Plannar 100mm that I thought would be enough for some time lapse shots and macro shots.
I also had one GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition: the underwater shots were taken with 50fps slow motion 1080p.
The color grading was made with default and simple Premiere tools and also a bit of Looks (from Red Giant).
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