Jordan is a land enshrouded in mystery. Serving as a crossroads of humanity for thousands of years has left the country with a cultural diversity unmatched by few. Come along with Matador as we explore this beautiful land from an angle never before seen, an aerial delight captured using the latest in drone technology. From the ancient ruins of Petra to the mind-blowing rock formations of Wadi Rum, Jordan is a place that will continue to amaze you—just watch and see...
This entire film was shot in with a DJI Inspire and DJI Phantom 2, equipped with the H3-3D gimbal along with a GoPro Hero 4.
Special thanks to Visit Jordan.
Filmed and Edited by Scott Sporleder and Ross Borden.
Set off on a 1650Km north to south journey: capturing the best wonders of Vietnam: Hanoi ancient quarter, the breathtaking Halong Bay, the claustrophobic caves in Trang An, the glamorous fabric merchants in Hoi An, the secret temples inside the marble mountain in Da Nang, the historical old capital Hue, the wet and tropical mekong delta and the white sandy beaches at Phu Quoc.
OFFICIAL SELECTION - 2016 Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival
Directed and edited by: Oliver Astrologo
Music: Passerby - Max LL - Licensed on MusicBed - Final Mix-Down by Massimo Diggio
Thanks to: Simone, Valeria, Chiara, Nils, Federico and everyone who helped me create this video.
I have received so many messages asking for details on how I produce my videos.
I put down this short piece: oliverastrologo.com/videotips this explains few techniques I have been using and includes a list of equipment. Don't hesitate to write to me if you need further details or have any recommendation.
Gear (Find a comprensive list of my equipment here: oliverastrologo.com/gear)
Sony A7ii @ 1080 50p PP7 (Exposed in S-Log2)
Video Stabilization: Nebula 4000
I was asked to go to Basilicata, Italy to participate in a Digital Diary contest for the tourism board to show one of the most untouched parts of Italy...
It won Grand Prize in the competition.
Created by Matty Brown
Music by the amazing Reid Willis (If you like his music please contact Reid personally at firstname.lastname@example.org That is his PayPal email too, so donate a little smoething to him! Help an unknown artist out! He deserves it!! His new album with some amazing tracks is not out yet, so contact him) reidwillis.com The main song used in this is called "Parachute". The first aural song is called "My Sincerity" And please donate a little something to him! He deserves it! His
Shot with the 7D
Edited with Sony Vegas
Special thank you to Nathan Miller and Jason Vo for letting me use your equipment. And a massive THANK YOU to Mikaela Bandini and Caspar Diederik; without you two this would not be possible for me. Big hugs to you guys! cantforget.it
Thank you Steven Weinberg for the impromptu help getting the words to go in the video! you my script doctor! haha. Without you editing my words around it would've been a joke, lol.
And thank you to everyone who supported me with the project! SJ Chiro, Goncalo de Almeida Costa, Steven Weinberg, Joaquin Baldwin, Brenton Perry, and the list goes on and on!
** I was asked a bunch of times about how I did the sound production. I edited the tracks and sound in Edius. It is much more limited than an editor like Nuendo, but it did the trick. Most of the foley sound that I needed was taken from freesound.org or I recorded it on my own. Foley art is a whole amazing world for me. I loved recording it and will spend more time on this part for next piece. I hope that answers some of the questions that are out there :)
We danced and partied at the infamous Las Parradillas fiesta on Christmas eve, I caught a type of poison ivy from brushing the venemous Guao plant (while trying to get some footage), and we got lost wandering through the old Havana streets meeting fantastic people along the way. If you get the chance to visit Cuba then GO! What a place...
After hearing news of the changing relationship between the Cubans and Americans we decided to grab a
flight and travel over the xmas break for a couple of weeks. This is the resulting video...