Canon EOS C300 on set of "When you find me"

BTS on “When You Find Me” with Ron and Bryce Dallas Howard

by planetMitch3 Comments

Friday we pointed out the new Ron/Bryce Dallas Howard movie “When You Find Me” shot with Canon EOS 5D Mark II and Canon EOS C300 was available for only 3 days to watch (I don't know what is going to happen after that!) – and so we thought maybe this behind the scenes would encourage you to watch the movie before it is gone! Go back and watch it before 9AM EST on Monday Dec 19!

During the BTS, Bryce says this about the Canon EOS C300 and the Canon HDSLRs:

“I feel honored to be one of the first filmmakers to get to make make a film on this camera. It's blown our minds. We can't believe the images that we're seeing! I've always known as well that Canon is a really intuitive camera. I'm not someone who is actually particularly technologically savy, um, that's why I love the 5D and 7D because it is actually easy to use and I found that to be the case with this new camera as well.”

By the way – you might want to use this BTS to enter the Redrock “Spot the Rock” contest!


“When You Find Me” BTS

Some shots from the BTS

Ron and Bryce Dallas Howard conferring on a scene (isn't that Canon's Tim Smith on the left?)

Ron and Bryce Dallas Howard conferring on a scene (isn't that Canon's Tim Smith on the left?)

"When you find me" - do you 'find' the Canon EOS C300s?

"When you find me" - do you 'find' the Canon EOS C300s?

Bryce with the Canon EOS C300

Bryce with the Canon EOS C300

Canon EOS C300 on set of "When you find me"

Canon EOS C300 on set of "When you find me"

Two Canon EOS C300s on set

Two Canon EOS C300s on set

(cover photo credit: snap from the video)


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  2. Ron Howard

    First, I am a different Ron Howard so don’t get too excited! We share a name and were both, and sometimes still are, called Opie. Thank you generation gap!

    I want to say that this short film has left me filling delighted and refreshed. It is truly a beautiful piece of art captured by a new contender in the digital cinema world. While I don’t have aspirations of making films like this I do see it helping me to take the work that I do want to do to another level. I use the 5D Mark II and love it. But after seeing what is possible from the EOS C300, thanks to short films like this, it is easy to see my future with this camera. If only there was a secret pill to give me some of that Imagin8tion. Ron

  3. Zack

    I really enjoyed the short, though I would love to have seen a version that didn’t suffer from all of the compression artifacts that YouTube applied. I thought many of the shots were stunning, and then the image started to deteriorate in the shadows. The film was great, just wish it was posted somewhere to watch that didn’t crunch it down so poorly.

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