Bill Frakes and Laura Heald and Imaginarium Video recently created a new music video for Anya Marina's “Felony Flats” and while they were at it, they created a behind the scenes video showing how they used Cinevate's sliders and other motion equipment. Recently, I've been learning about sliders (which you'll read about in another post soon) and if you're in the same boat, you'll want to look at plenty of examples to learn how the masters are doing it – and this is a beautiful example.
I actually watched the BTS before seeing the music video and I think it helped me to spot all the different movements… so I'm going to present it first.
We recently had the pleasure of working with Bill Frakes and Laura Heald, Imaginarium and Anya Marina during the music video production of Anya Marina's Felony Flats.
It was a great opportunity for us to showcase a variety of applications for just about every camera slider and dolly that Cinevate makes.
Anya Marina's Felony Flats music video
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
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