Portrait of Siberia from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.
Filmed for Russian Hour’s Ugra Time.
Shot on EX1 clean and EX1 with Letus Ultimate.
Hi Philip! Great film. I just wounder how you did the scene at the church (camera rise in front of candles). Was that a JIB-arm job (hire one at place or bring your own at the flight) or did you solve it another way?
Regards / Jimmy
No, the lens was very close to the object
Ok! But how did you manage to move the camera so smooth vertical?
hi philip. great work. I loved the shot on the river where the water is like a mirror. Did you enhance the color of it? or was it raw?
all graded with magic bullet looks!
I’m a fascynated this videos, daniel from poland
You make films with soul! I can’t see enough of them! Thank you!
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Hey Philip, Great work! i was just wondering.. how did you get that aspect ratio?