Shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Edited with Final Cut Pro. Postproduction with After Effects.
Thanks everyone for the nice comments. Since so many asked for more information: The sunsets/sunrises were shot with an intervalometer at 10 sec (the Balloons in the intro were at 1 or 2 sec) Most of the other stuff was shot in regular video HBR mode and later sped up in post to whatever speed needed.
The effect was created manually in AE and so were many masks. Quite a lot of shots were handheld, since I travelled without tripod, so they were also stabilzed in AE later.
- RIDE CHANNEL Feature February 2014 -
- Winner of Best Independent and Emerging Film Makers at the International Skateboard Film Festival 2011 -
- WATCH THE FOLLOW UP TO ALTERED FOCUS, YOUTH OF YANGON - vimeo.com/58578845
(MADE PUBLIC - 9th May 2011) Filmed in the summer of 2009, Altered Focus: Burma follows three film makers and skateboarders as they travel across Yangon and Mandalay. The film explores the reaction to this unseen activity whilst touching on the political situation there.
Running Time: 19minutes
Filmed on DVCAM and Super 8mm
Filmed, Edited and Directed by
Alex Pasquini & James Holman
Short video of our trip to Myanmar (Burma) on January 2010.
Shoot with the Canon 5D MKII.
For more info about our trip go to:
Con las primeras luces del alba que desvelan las siluetas de las miles de estupas de piedra de la gran llanura de Bagan, navegamos a través de los poblados asentados sobre las prístinas aguas del lago Inle, dejando la vista perdida en el horizonte desde lo alto del sagrado Monte Popa, cruzando el río Ayeyarwady a través del puente de teca más largo del mundo en Amarapura, en peregrinación hasta Kyaiktiyo y la gran Roca Dorada, para acabar contemplando cómo cae la noche tras la inmensa campana de oro de la Shwedagon Paya, en la vieja y olvidada Yangón.