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Toby Bajrovic

Shooting a Music Video on the Ursa Mini Pro with No Crew

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Hey guys, :)

 

Thought I'd share this considering there is still a large quantity of us that do jobs with virtually no crew and on a very tight schedule.

Shot/directed this music video over a few half days on the Ursa Mini Pro using Rokinon Primes and a Sigma 18-35mm f1.8.

Budget was virtually non existent, so it became an exercise in stripping everything back and remaining nimble and flexible.

Shot mostly with natural light. However we did use a Litemat S4 and/or an Icelight 2 for some shots.
(I froth those litemats)

Any critique/thoughts would be much appreciated.

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Stunning work, even more so when practically no budget. Congratulations!

 

Can you talk us about the process? Do you have a crew? What was the approach to the production? It was some kind of scripted story, or just find locations an try to get footage to use later?

 

 

Thanks for sharing, bye!

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