1. Goodness short 2 of 5.

    Goodness! 5500 KMS, 8 Days, 5 incredible stories

    Silver Bullet Productions (SBP) has had the privilege to capture a truly remarkable collection of stories thanks to the “Goodness” campaign, the latest through the line advertising venture by Pick n Pay. It is an ensemble of stories showcasing the enabling efforts of the supermarket chain, efforts aimed at community and grassroots initiatives. They have been fostering and supporting various social, environmental and conservation projects that have been making a difference to communities on a local and national scale. SBP in conjunction with Aqua Online, Egg Films and Y & R were tasked to provide a platform for these stories. SBP was briefed to shoot 5 documentary short films across the country, west to east, locations varying from the sublime Goedgedacht olive groves of the Kasteelberg to the dusty streets of Soweto.

    With time in limited supply and a quintet of stories as complex as they are diverse, SBP Director Wayne de Lange was up for the challenge. With the new “untested” 5D Mark 3 in hand, thanks considerable patience of ORMS Cape Town, SBP was off to document a few welcomed feel-good films with an exciting new piece of kit in their ever expanding production arsenal.

    Each individual film is an illustration of the efforts of a few good South Africans and their involvement with Pick n Pay, from the Hoedspruit Endangered Wildlife Centre and its cheetah conservation and research mission, helping save the majestic cats along with other indigenous wildlife from rampant habitat destruction. Then to coaching underprivileged youths to competition level with the SA Junior Road Running Series, giving future athletes a chance to dream.

    To the Goedgedacht Trust, whose long term commitment to nurturing has not only helped them produce good quality olive oil but helped countless youths break the poverty cycle.

    All Seasons Milk had the crew witnessing many early mornings as they followed how milk production can empower rural women and farmworkers while helping local communities. The shoot lead the team to wildly unimaginable mythic furnaces that seem better suited in Tolkien literature than the Kwa-Zulu Natal Highveld. These kilns were operating around the clock manufacturing charcoal, the makers of an essential piece of the braai experience The Berry Hill Trading is a small business dream realised by the Pick n Pay’s mentorship programme.

    A more than rigorous shooting schedule, thanks to locations spread from Malmesbury to Vryheid, inevitably needed the highly skilled and “think on the run” attitude that that defines SBP, bearing in mind it all had to be captured in just over a week, a bit of an SBP speciality. What seemed to be a herculean task on the onset resulted yet again in successfully producing creative work that is not only inspired but of a superior technical standard that has been associated with SBP and their award winning work. Moreover SBP was able to make positive films themed around people making a difference and share in a bit of “Goodness”.

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  2. Goodness short 1 of 5.

    Goodness! 5500 KMS, 8 Days, 5 incredible stories

    Silver Bullet Productions (SBP) has had the privilege to capture a truly remarkable collection of stories thanks to the “Goodness” campaign, the latest through the line advertising venture by Pick n Pay. It is an ensemble of stories showcasing the enabling efforts of the supermarket chain, efforts aimed at community and grassroots initiatives. They have been fostering and supporting various social, environmental and conservation projects that have been making a difference to communities on a local and national scale. SBP in conjunction with Aqua Online, Egg Films and Y & R were tasked to provide a platform for these stories. SBP was briefed to shoot 5 documentary short films across the country, west to east, locations varying from the sublime Goedgedacht olive groves of the Kasteelberg to the dusty streets of Soweto.

    With time in limited supply and a quintet of stories as complex as they are diverse, SBP Director Wayne de Lange was up for the challenge. With the new “untested” 5D Mark 3 in hand, thanks considerable patience of ORMS Cape Town, SBP was off to document a few welcomed feel-good films with an exciting new piece of kit in their ever expanding production arsenal.

    Each individual film is an illustration of the efforts of a few good South Africans and their involvement with Pick n Pay, from the Hoedspruit Endangered Wildlife Centre and its cheetah conservation and research mission, helping save the majestic cats along with other indigenous wildlife from rampant habitat destruction. Then to coaching underprivileged youths to competition level with the SA Junior Road Running Series, giving future athletes a chance to dream.
    To the Goedgedacht Trust, whose long term commitment to nurturing has not only helped them produce good quality olive oil but helped countless youths break the poverty cycle.

    All Seasons Milk had the crew witnessing many early mornings as they followed how milk production can empower rural women and farmworkers while helping local communities. The shoot lead the team to wildly unimaginable mythic furnaces that seem better suited in Tolkien literature than the Kwa-Zulu Natal Highveld. These kilns were operating around the clock manufacturing charcoal, the makers of an essential piece of the braai experience The Berry Hill Trading is a small business dream realised by the Pick n Pay’s mentorship programme.

    A more than rigorous shooting schedule, thanks to locations spread from Malmesbury to Vryheid, inevitably needed the highly skilled and “think on the run” attitude that that defines SBP, bearing in mind it all had to be captured in just over a week, a bit of an SBP speciality. What seemed to be a herculean task on the onset resulted yet again in successfully producing creative work that is not only inspired but of a superior technical standard that has been associated with SBP and their award winning work. Moreover SBP was able to make positive films themed around people making a difference and share in a bit of “Goodness”.

    # vimeo.com/40714476 Uploaded 526 Plays / / 2 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  3. chadsorianophotoblog.com/2012/04/canon-5d-mark-iii-practical-review-and.html
    A 1080p video shot with the Canon 5D Mark III at 29.97fps. Edited with Final Cut Pro 6.0.6 and used the Canon E-1 Movie Plugin version 1.3 to transcode to AppleProRes422. I used Compressor at high quality to get a 450mb h264 video file. I used an AZDEN ECZ-990 shotgun microphone for audio and a Zacuto Z-Finder Pro 2.5x for critical focus. For support I used a Manfrotto 701HDV head with Benro 3580 tripod legs. I also used a FADER ND Mark II variable neutral density filter to control exposure at the optimal 1/60th shutter speed, wide open aperture and an ISO of 160.
    chadsorianophotoblog.com/2013/04/canon-eos-5d-mark-iii-firmware-121.html

    chadsorianophotoblog.com/2012/04/nab-2012-preview.html

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  4. A short film by Treeline Creative Media that follows a man as he returns to his home for the first time since a catastrophic nuclear reactor meltdown. Shot on an EOS 5D Mark III. The film has been selected as part of the Cannes International Film Festival Short Film Corner.

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  5. Wedding Highlights Same Day Edit
    Canon 5D mark III
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