The making of “The Chapel” – a nice behind the scenes HDSLR video

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The Chapel” was made on Canon EOS 5D Mark II (reviews) and we featured it on planet5D cinema in November – please watch it and give it a rating while you’re there.

We’ve been in contact with Patryk Kizny (who is the Brand and Marketing Manager for DitoGear – a planet5D advertiser) who made “The Chapel” and is also featured in this behind the scenes video showing how they made the original movie. There’s a focus on showing how the slider is used of course.


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BTS

Making Of The Chapel from Patryk Kizny on Vimeo.

Now that you’ve seen the BTS – please watch the original movie and give it a rating while you’re there.


ikan

Hello.

If you are not in the business, or even if you are, you might not be aware of the amount of work behind TheChapel.

Although we did not shoot the real “making of” shots almost at all, we decided to tell a bit more about making of this film. Illustrated with some photos, shots and post-production screenflows we hope to put some more light on the process of making of The Chapel and give you an overview of what and how we did.

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Please share it – we would love that the film be watched widely. Although it was posted a few months ago it passed a bit unnoticed. Well, a film needs a bit of luck to be watched.

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Check Tomas and his music at:
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The tutorials that are mentioned can be found at:
lookycreative.com/​timelapse-compendium

The gear we use (and make!) can be found at:
ditogear.com

Thanks for watching, sharing and your comments!

Blogger’s Disclaimer: yes, ditoGear is a planet5D advertiser and this is just an awesome BTS – we would have shown it to you regardless of their participation

(cover photo credit: snap from the video)

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Comments

  1. Mark Doneo

    What’s amazing to me is not only the beautiful images in your film but also your willingness to share your experience with complete strangers.
    Kudus Patryk.
    I am in the process of buying an HDSLR (solely for video) and I shall be watching your posts very carefully.
    Grazzi :)

  2. Rene Santiago

    Thanks for sharing your experience. Could you tell us about the accessories used like slider,stick arm where you can manipulate the camera position.

    Cheers!

    Rene

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