1. Two brothers decide to explore a drained industrial reservoir in the English countryside.

    Shot on the Panasonic GH2 version 1.0 in 24p cinema mode with cinema gamma. Shots of bridge bathed in street lamp orange are ISO 3200.

    Water and house on hill is with 1:1 crop mode effectively turning my 85MM Zeiss into a 400mm F1.4!

    Music is Ghost Sound by AIR from the Virgin Suicides OST.

    This test footage is part of my Panasonic GH2 versus Canon 60D review at EOSHD which you can read here:


  2. Music is Camille by Georges Delerue from AIR's Late Night Tales mix CD.

    Shot in anamorphic 2.35:1 with the Optex anamorphic lens and 9-18mm Olympus lens on the hacked Panasonic GH1 in AVCHD 44Mbit mode. Some close-up and telephoto shots were done on the 14-140mm kit lens without the anamorphic adapter and cropped in Final Cut Pro.

    Read more at eoshd.com/content/368

    Want to make a similar video? The video was shot using an anamorphic lens, find out how to with the EOSHD Anamorphic Shooter's Guide eoshd.com/anamorphic-guide

    # vimeo.com/15543342 Uploaded
  3. Shot for Philip Bloom's weekend challenge.

    Starring - Zacc Rogers (myspace.com/zaccrogers)
    Camera - GH1, with free hack
    Lens - Computar TV 25mm F1.3, bartered for.
    Audio - Zoom H2, the very handy Handy recorder
    Budget - Tight-fisted £2 tip
    Ungraded, audio synced with PluralEyes.
    Shot on the streets of Manchester, England at night.

    Special thanks to TJ (tjuk.net) for support and handy audio gear!


    Please support Zacc Rogers - we found him, quite by random on the Manchester streets where he has been a regular fixture for over 3 years, he is brilliantly talented and great live. He has recorded material and it's available to buy - I urge you to drop by his website at myspace.com/zaccrogers to show your support and enjoy his music :)

    He is a really nice guy and long may his presense be felt on Oxford Road, Manchester.

    # vimeo.com/14725782 Uploaded
  4. Shot with the Panasonic GH1, this is a video about Hong Kong, the disorientating sensory overload it gives you and the dehumanising affect of extreme capitalism.

    Hong Kong is the centre of global trade - capitalism pushing the limits, monstrous financial establishments have their base here and then there's also the full force of China behind it. You can feel the over-population combined with weirdly photogenic cityscapes. It's a strange city post-British empire and I wanted to capture all of this, with a sense of dread and dystopia.

    The music is Radiohead's Karma Police, about disaffection with capitalism, the stress of living in an environment with hostile people and the experience of working in a large company. It's a very paranoid song, it's an anti-work, anti-boss song. I think it helps my images say what they want to say.

    The video was shot with anamorphic widescreen in mind and the song right from the start, but not always with an anamorphic lens. I used some tricks - first, a very slow shutter to boost low light performance with the anamorphic lens, which could only perform at F4 or smaller apertures. There are also shots from a c-mount lens in there, I have always been a fan of how these small lenses look.

    The video is a mixture of true anamorphic footage and cropped standard 16:9 footage. It seems to meld together pretty well.

    More at the blog here eoshd.com/content/162/for-a-minute-then-i-lost-myself

    Want to make a similar video? The video was shot using an anamorphic lens, find out how to with the EOSHD Anamorphic Shooter's Guide eoshd.com/anamorphic-guide

    # vimeo.com/11349060 Uploaded
  5. Music by Bob Dylan

    Chinese tourists invade a unique geological feature in Northern Taiwan, in 20 years time it will have turned to a sandy beach from all the people walking on it.

    Shot with the Panasonic GH1 and kit lens.


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