I spent some time with my friend Dane Sanders helping him with a workshop down in Newport Beach, CA a few weeks ago. On a totally spur of the moment basis, with no planning, not much gear and no idea what I was doing, I decided to make a little video of the experience so that others might get just a taste of what it was like to hang out with Dane.
The result is this video. I shot it on a Canon EOS 7D with a Canon EF 50mm f1.4
lens mounted on a Red Rock Micro Event. I also used a Zacuto Z-Finder and a Lightpanels MicroPro LED light. I forgot my mic so there’s little audio here.
I edited it all in iMovie HD – yeah I know – but hey, I can’t be expected to be good at everything 🙂
I suck at Final Cut so I used what I knew.
Don’t concentrate too hard on my filmmaking skills – they’re essentially non-existent. But you may enjoy evaluating the 7D which is also responsible for all the stills.
UPDATE: I forgot to mention that the folks attending this workshop were fantastic and I felt honored to get to hang out with them. They were lovely and amazing people.
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