Aerial films and photography
This was a test flight before 4 days shooting in cold and partly very windy conditions in Lapland. Everything worked really well whole week after optimizing our systems for cold temperatures. All footage are naturally straight out of camera, no post stabilization, only color graded with FilmConvert.
Music: Trentemøller: Always Something Better (shop.anderstrentemoller.com/music/the-last-resort/index.php)
In collaboration with www.locationhouse.net
Main camera: BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera @prores with 12-35/2.8
Onboard second camera: GoPro 3 silver
Ground camera: Panasonic GH3 with panasonic 7-14mm
On 18, Dec 2013 | In News | By admin
Recently we had a commission for shooting aerials for this great film for Itella logistics. We had a really fascinating days shooting in various challenging locations, like in the narrow aisle inside the logistics center, or in the middle of the city between tram power lines. Thanks for TreFilm production for really nice shooting days.
This is a short aerial adventure in forests of Finnish archipelago. Footage is collected from two projects, documentary series “Vi borde prata om Europa” which will premiere in Swedish Yle in february 2014, and commissioned work for Serlachius museums by Sherpa advertising agency. Location scout: Ilkka Mukkala (www.locationhouse.net)
Recently we were assigned to the task of doing two aerial shots for a new MTV3 advertising film “The new era of sofa”. Madeinsky thanks Otto Production team for a really great time participating in a film shooting in the beautiful autumn morning with a really great team.
Producer: Risto Nikkilä
DoP: Tuomas Järvelä
Testing my newly built brushless modification for 3-axis gimbal. All footage are straight out from camera, no post stabilization added to any clip. I’m really happy with the results so far. Only a year ago we could only dream of this level of stability without any software post stabilization, or alternatively we were restricted to use only one camera with one lens setup. Now we really are there with any camera or any lens, goodbye post stabilization!