Yesterday’s shoot at Cellnetix Laboratories was filled with enough science to totally bring out the nerd in us.
We filmed some fluorescent DNA, checked out a genetic sequencing machine and analyzed whether a human body can absorb a burrito the size of its head.
The coolest moment of the day however, was watching Jeff operate the MōVI in the lab. Unlike the complex setup of a Steadicam, Jeff had the whole apparatus up and balanced in under 15 minutes! We took beautiful moving shots around the lab – giving some idea of the flow of the workplace. These shots will be featured in the upcoming Cellnetix movie.
Enjoy these snaps for now and keep your eyes peeled for the final piece.
All right, mr. red jet, I’m ready for my close up.
Reviewing the footage….
*Shot with a Canon 6D with a Canon 24 mm Cineprime lens. We shot in Cinema Look for an easier color grading match to our Sony F-55.
Here is the promised short film that we shot earlier this week for the Seattle Museum of Flight! Enjoy…
All footage was shot on a Sony F-55 camera with a Fujinon 19-90 Cabrio lens.
Just recently, red jet films had the pleasure of visiting our friends at the Seattle Museum of Flight!
We got to do a little 4K filming with our new Sony F-55. We had an “up close and personal” with some of the most beautifully restored planes we have ever seen, including a couple of REAL red jets! A big round of applause to the curators and volunteer staff for the new exhibits. Everything was stunning.
Keep your eyes peeled here for a sneak preview of our short film for the Museum of Flight. Coming soon to a blog near you …
F-55 in action at the Museum of Flight
mr. red jet – hard at play
Here are a couple of quick pics of our new Sony F-55 that I snagged while shooting some test footage at, you guessed it, Kerry Park in Seattle. Ah, it’s a beautiful thing!
We were incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to attend the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, TN. The World Vision Experience Truck was stationed at the event and our task was to make a marketing video.
We watched as hundreds of people “experienced” the truck and heard firsthand what their impressions were. Good news – lots of positive feedback!
We also spent a day shooting beauty shots of the truck out on the open roads of Tennessee. Despite thunderstorms and tornado warnings, we were able to get the job done. Of course Jeff’s ability to strap GoPro™ cameras to anything at any given moment with his MacGuyver moves and contraptions made it all possible!
The truck on display at the CMA Fan Fest
“Jeffayetu” using Babayetu’s stick as a camera mount that people wouldn’t notice as they walked through the truck!
Scouting locations for the driving shots!
The truck out and about on the Tennessee roads!
Jeff & Carly sport fashionable traffic stopping vests during their mission!
Waiting for the truck to drive by….
Jeff attaching 1 of the 5 GoPro’s to the truck
Working his magic!
One moment the sky looked like this! The next it looked like…
…and THAT’s a wrap Nashville!!