ACS Victoria presents this wonderful explanation of what went into filming Mad Max: Fury Road. Presented by the film's cinematographer John Seale ACS ASC and 2nd Unit cinematographer David Burr ACS in Melbourne, Australia before the theatrical release of Fury Road for the Victorian Branch of the Australian Cinematographers Society. At the time of this event, John had not yet even seen the final cut of the film.
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Hong Kong to me is best described as a motorized city. I have shot over 13 locations over a period of 1 year in this city. Using timelapse and the new hyperlapse (a combination of manual movement with a motor), makes the title stand out even more. It's all motorized. Besides the busy city I have managed to capture the milky way and despite all the pollution and lights I was still able to capture that magical starry night. I believe the best way to show you this is by subtle movement and be able to bring the scenery to life. So please enjoy this motorized city.
Photographed and edited by:
Patrick Cheung (PowerUpMotion)
Music written and recorded by:
Ryan Hui (Callbox Serenade Limited)
Mixed and mastered by Adam Diaz (8bit Orbit Limited)
Ryan Hui: Music written and recorded.
Adam Diaz: Mixed and mastered.
Scott Hui: Named"Motorized City" and technical support.
Eddy Chan: Rescue me from the mountain.
Kelvin Yam: Show me some cool location.
Canon Mark2 and Mark3
Samyang 16 mm
Kessler Pocket Dolly
Kessler eletraDrive Motor
Kessler Basic Controller
Radian Motion Control
Tai Po Kau,Tai Mo Shan,Mong Kok,Tsim Sha Tsui,Central,Wan Chai,Western Kowloon,Yau Ma Tei,Tsing Yi,Sai Kung,Shek O,Tung Lung Chau,Lantau Island