This video shows some footage from the 550D shot at 3 different shutter speeds. Firstly a bit of 60p footage at 100% speed to give an idea of what the motion looks like normally followed by each of the shutter speeds. For each of the different shutter speeds the 60p footage was conformed to 24p in Cinema Tools and for the 50% speed it was slowed in FCP. Looking at the results it seems to me that 1/250 gives the best looking slow motion here, leave a comment below with your thoughts.
A quick play using the GH4 in 4K, shooting some reasonably shaky hand held footage of the new cherry blossoms on a tree near the Lismore Towers in Ireland.
Music by KarstenH on hitrecord: hitrecord.org/users/326305
Segment Directed by Michael Brown and Ben Sturgulewski,
Produced by Zac Ramras and Nick Waggoner.
in association with Dynafit, Powder Magazine, and Whitewater Resort
an excerpt from Sweetgrass Productions' VALHALLA
From backflips through old growth trees to huge airs over raging summer creeks, the action begs the question: “How’d the hell they do that?!” For the full feature length film, head here: georiot.co/1ZKv
Starring Cody Barnhill, Sierra Quitiquit, Alex Monot, Pep Fujas, Zack Giffin, Eric Hjorleifson, Molly Baker, and Kazushi Yamauchi
Beyond action sports-- with Valhalla's totally unique style and structure, we've recognized an opportunity to put a daring new spin on the ski film, exploding the boundaries of the genre, opening the eyes and melting the hearts of any story-loving soul. With hard-hitting ski and snowboard action complimenting a more narrative-driven approach than our past films, or perhaps any other ski movie before it, we follow one man's escape into the Northern woods, and his wild journey towards satisfaction, understanding, and love in some of the deepest snows on earth.
Weaving story and character with award-winning, face-melting backcountry ski and snowboard cinematography; Valhalla is a vivid explosion of color, character, snow, and nostalgic soul.