I really like this one. I’ve been on a personal quest to try something new and see if I can capture some of that artistic feeling. I’m not sure if I did, but I really enjoy this finished piece. I spent most of my time planning out each shot with lists, lenses and even initial interviews I cut on paper so I knew what I wanted before I shot. Ironically, this method was far more creatively freeing than shooting first and editing later.
Anyway, for you techies, it was shot on the Ikonoskop A-Cam Dii to Cinema DNG through the Duclos Lenses 11-16 Cine lens. I processed my offline files through Resolve, edited in Premiere and brought the XML back in to Resolve for online. I finished by dropping the new graded clips and timeline AAF from Resolve into Premiere. Then I dynamic linked the appropriate clips to After Effects for the titles and additional visual effects.
Audio was recorded to the A-Cam from a Sennheiser MKH8060 through the Sound Devices MixPre-D. Additional stereo sound and ambience was edited and mixed in from my Edirol R-09HR recorder. All audio was mixed and mastered in Steinberg Neundo from Premiere OMFs and brought back into Premiere as a stereo wave file.
Music was then added from composer Carlos Martinez at The Cue Factory.
Titles and graphics were done in Illustrator and brought into Premiere as temps before being dropped in to After Effects when the dynamic links were made for the visual effects.
I hope you enjoy it!