Working a lot with Dimension 2 recently. Above is their latest showreel. Keep an eye out for some digitalanthill aerial shots :) Pretty stoked on this.
Little edit put together from footage we collected in Meribel and Three Valleys, France.
Mainly riding with good friends, Alex and Olli we toured around the resort hitting up the parks and pistes.
Really happy with some of the heli shots in the video, particularly the top-down view of Olli hitting the DC black kicker.
Did some bonus tracking at the beginning just to test the idea of adding 3D to heli footage.
A lot of pre planning went into this shoot, camera angles were pretty important to capture as much action as possible, so we had filmers dotted all over the mountain. Me, Ad and Pierre hiked the face in the morning in just under 1 hour 30. We were positioned at the starting line at the top. It was my job to capture heli shots of people dropping in.
Over all it was a really enjoyable job, got to meet some great people and the final edit really worked out :)
Click below for some behind scenes shots..
Shooting in the DC snowpark, Meribel, France. This is Olli hitting the biggest kicker and pulling a huge backside 360. Really stoked on how this shot from the heli came out. Full edit to follow..
Click the video and use the green toggle (bottom right corner) to scrub forward and back through the clip.
Spent a long weekend up in the rad cabin near Tahoe, CA, USA. A friend’s parents brought the property back in the 70s and have been renovating it ever since. I walked through some shrubs and snow to capture this shot of the house from the opposite river bank.
Setup shot after the break..
Finally got round to trying out a PanoDrop from the sky. I put a GoPro in 0.5 of a sec timelapse mode, and sent the DJI Phantom up. I had it in GPS mode so once I’d found a position I thought would look good I rotated the heli around slowly to capture a selection of images to make up the 360° panorama. From there I stitched the stereographic image as normal. Hopefully I’ll get round to making a few of these :)
While working in London with Alex, he spotted this building that stood out from the rest. It turns out it’s an art installation by Alex Chinneck. We thought it would be cool to have Alex riding by and then flip the image to make it a little trippy. I had to adjust the angle of the perspective in post to give the impression the image was taken from the ‘bottom‘ looking up, and not the other way round.
For more info on the project, check out this Dezeen Post.