Watch the making of "The Irrational Fear of Nothing" shot with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II, a small camera that goes a long way to creating this mind-boggling short film. See how technique (and a snorricam rig) can inform story, and how story can in turn inform the technique.

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Point of View

In this series, Olympus asked Vimeo filmmakers to explore the world around them and invite the viewer into the experience. Each filmmaker has their own point of view, but are all connected by the power and portability of their Olympus OM-D camera.

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gpp

gpp

Cool.

Jabin Mora

Jabin Mora

nice, the film gave me a couple of things to start think about it

jason

jason

Really liked it! But Im wondering....going through all that trouble, why didn't you cut the back of the jacket? Bunched-up was kinda distracting and killed the illusion. Other than that I liked it a lot.

Sydney Burdick

Sydney Burdick

May I ask what type of lenses you're using? THEY LOOK SO GOOD.

den_stomatolog

den_stomatolog

а где он монопод держит? тоесть в каком месте

Heiko Hartsuijker

Heiko Hartsuijker

Great stuff! Really love the angle and the story...well done!

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