1. This video contains a selection of footage from material aired on Swedish Television (SVT) during If Stockholm Open 2011.

    All car mounted shots using a Camtree suction cup system was shot with a Canon 5DmkII and a Canon 16-35L lens. The rest like jib, interior and exterior shots of the BMW was shot with a Panasonic AF101.

    Interviews with a Leica DG Elmarit 45/2.8, jib Tokina 11-16/2.8 and some exterior shots using a Canon J17ax7.7B.

    # vimeo.com/31131086 Uploaded
  2. During Swedish Tennis Open in Båstad I documented Vattenfalls activities.

    Shot with my Panasonic AF101 and Canon 5D mkII cameras. Just a few handheld shots with the Canon and all the rest is the AF101.

    # vimeo.com/30071155 Uploaded
  3. During the Stockholm Open tennis tournament we did interviews for Swedish Television and at the same time documented BMW and their sponsorship.

    I used my Canon 5D and Canon 100L/16-35L lenses inside the car. The shots inside the arena it was a 7D and for one shot my GH13 with kit lens.

    Edited in Premiere CS5 and online in AE CS5. Recorded in 1080p25.

    # vimeo.com/17216444 Uploaded
  4. Green screen, Canon 7D, Canon 100L/70-200 and Zeiss 50.

    The final output was for the Swedish Postal Service and their website so final resolution is low about 640x360. This version is in 576p.

    My job was DP and online using AE. Edited by the director in FC and transported via Premiere to After Effects. This worked out great and was really fast. All H264 files was converted to PRORES before editing and FX.

    Due to time restrain there were some things that couldn't be done.

    ISO320 and F5 on all lenses K5300 balanced.

    # vimeo.com/15835905 Uploaded
  5. This is a short case feature for the Swedish postal service to be put on their website. I shot it using my Canon 5D mkII and 7D. Lenses used Zeiss 85 and Canon 100L mostly.

    I didn't edit this video only had the duty of DP. Used my slider to do the jib and slide movement.

    # vimeo.com/15192371 Uploaded

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