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Vincent Laforet is a DGA Director & DP based out of Los Angeles known for his forward thinking approach to filmmaking and cutting edge use of technology. Vincent has been awarded the Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Cannes Lions for his directing work as well as the Pulitzer Prize in 2002 for his photography coverage of 9/11 overseas.
Vincent Laforet is among the most influential pioneers working in contemporary film and photography today.

His unique commercials for such well-known brands as Apple, Nike, General Electric, CNN, and Canon, and his groundbreaking photography for clients such as National Geographic, Vanity Fair, and Sports Illustrated, to name just a few, cover a broad spectrum of subjects and narratives. Yet a common thread runs through his work: It always features cutting-edge technologies that make the photographs and films inventive, iconic and unforgettable.

More than 40 million people online have seen and shared his mesmerizing, high-altitude, nocturnal, aerial photos of cities around the world, which have been collected and published in his photography book, AIR.

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EPIC #308

Shot with the Red Epic M - Serial # 308. The footage was shot in California, from Big Sur, to Ft Bragg back through Mono Lake and Death Valley.

Thanks to Kessler University KesslerU.com & kesslercrane.com/?Click=2700 for sponsoring the making of this and the behind the scenes footage (vimeo.com/25239456)

The time lapse shots were shot with the Canon 5D MKII (Tree on top of hill, Mono Lake push, Death Valley slider shots) and the Canon 1D MKIV (BMW astro time lapse.)

Duclos, Zeiss CP.2 and Schneider Cine Xenar PL lenses as well as Canon EF lenses were used. Kessler sliders and cranes were used for moco and time lapse.

The most difficult to appreciate is how compressed the footage becomes relative to the original at 1080p let alone 5K. I've gone ahead an put some high-resolution frame grabs on my blog as a result so that you can appreciate the full quality this camera produces. So check out this link to see frame grabs from the footage to get a better idea of the quality this camera produces: blog.vincentlaforet.com/2011/06/09/red-epic-5k-and-hdrx/

For more information on the gear used in this video go to:
blog.vincentlaforet.com/mygear/timelapse-moco/

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