Stillmotion + RED Epic BTS

Hopefully you caught our 3rd episode of Ask Cinevate featuring special guest Patrick Moreau of Stillmotion (if not don’t worry, it’s right here). Patrick and Joyce (aka Lil’ J) stopped by Cinevate HQ to say hello and show off their brand new camera. Patrick and Dennis had some laughs and talked briefly about the recent Shedd Aquarium shoot (which of course was shot on the Epic). At the time we were able to share a short but amazing clip of 120 fps jellyfish. Now they have a full behind-the-scenes piece, and I have to say, never before have I gotten chills while watching a BTS video. Here’s their take on it;

“We’re wrapping up the shedd aquarium project filmed almost entirely with the EPIC and are excited to share not only some RED footage but also our thoughts on the tools, process and challenges that came with it. ever since we got the camera a little while ago we’ve received a ton of questions and requests to see some behind the scenes so here it is.”

Of course, you can follow Stillmotion’s exploits via their blog, which often features great educational BTS features like this one!

And you can now check out the finished Shedd Aquarium reel from the BTS feature!

Stillmotion + Epic + Atlas 200 Slider BTS

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5 Responses to Stillmotion + RED Epic BTS

  1. Ric Kasnoff says:

    Thanks for sharing this Luke…

    but you know I think Patrick and his team at Stillmotion could shoot with any camera and it would look gorgeous…seems like they just have that magical “touch”…

    Must be the Cinevate gear they use…

    ;-p

    …Ric

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  3. Dennis Wood says:

    Patrick, outstanding as always. I never, ever get tired of seeing how you guys are pushing the envelope. I remain inspired :-)

    Cheers,
    Dennis.

    • Mateusz says:

      Thanks for snairhg this Luke…but you know I think Patrick and his team at Stillmotion could shoot with any camera and it would look gorgeous…seems like they just have that magical “touch”…Must be the Cinevate gear they use…;-p…Ric

  4. Julius Michael says:

    Simply amazing work, Stillmotion touch- superb

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