April 11th, 2010 by Glendyn

I’m totally amazed by the music video below. Over 8 minutes long and beautifully shot on the Canon 7D. Have a look at it, it’s stunning. And it was shot with a CREW OF TWO people. One being the singer! On a camera you can buy for around $1500. Epic!

Small crews, small cameras. Less fuss, less logistics, freeing you up for so much more actual film making! I find this kind of thing totally inspiring for so many reasons. Some of which I’ll go into more detail when I post the ‘Sound Maker’ film here (hopefully in the next week or so…)

Along with the minimal fuss approach to the filming, what these guys have done so well is choose great (public) locations, that are already lit and look great. This is where the Canon 7D / 5D’s excel, in low light. So not having to use expensive film lights, opens up the possibilities, everything out in there in the perfectly lit city is ready and waiting to be utilised and pre-lit location. That said, the sequences shot in the snowy / foggy forest are equally amazing!

Here is a brief ‘making of’ the ‘Break My Soul’ video. And a few more details here.

2 Responses to “7Delicious”

  1. Nick Says:

    Hey Mate, check out this out, A friend of mine shot it on the 5D using the standard kit lens, made from prep to screening in 4 days.


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