Client : F-models international
Director Olivier Bourgeois -
Post Production Bruce touron -
Music "Cloud Symphony" by shook - shookmusic.com -
Graphic design Laura Martin -
Assistant Director Amelie Lelong -
Make up by Deux and team -
Hair by Donny and team -
Mikael Jammet & François Rivère sound design / re-recording mix -
Voice over Laura Kerr Bowler -
Swimsuit by Agua de alma -
Location Lucy Komala -
Models : Bruno Tomaz, Elya Kazyrova, Miroslav Kolenyak, Bruna Lisboa, Vivien Vass, Kelly De Oliveira, Amanda Oliveira, Thaisa Carvalho -
Production La Caixa de la Llum / SMALL CREATIVE UNIT -
Thanks to Fritz Panjaitan - CEO - Founder of F-Models International -
:: Editing/Grading : After Effects
:: Camera : Canon 1DC 4K 25p
:: Lenses : Sigma Art Series
:: Locations : India, Vietnam, Senegal, Morocco
:: Music : Hammock - Mono No Aware
:: Poem : David Romano, Voice over : Tom O'Bedlam
:: Production : blacknegative
On April 26, 1986, reactor number four at the Chernobyl power plant experienced a power surge and exploded. It’s still considered the world’s worst nuclear disaster. The director of the plant has said the site won’t be habitable for 20,000 years.
In 2013, Christiaan Welzel and his wife, Kseniya, entered the Exclusion Zone. Christiaan’s cinematic footage captures the eerie beauty of the desolation and decay.
Footage shot in April 2013 by Christiaan Welzel, a Dissolve Exclusive contributor
See and license the clips used at http://bit.ly/beautifulghostreel
The second tutorial in our ongoing series on Grass Valley EDIUS is on a new feature in EDIUS 6.0 called Proxy Mode editing. Proxy Mode allows you to edit with low-resolution proxy files, which make field editing is easier because they conserve your system resources, allowing you to work as efficiently with a laptop or other lower-powered computer as on the tower systems in your studio.
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