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    My new F5 4K video filmed in an abandoned Italian theater
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    PLEASE WEAR YOUR HEADPHONES OR USE A GOOD SOUND SYSTEM.
    THANKS!
    A beautiful, abandoned historic theater located in a small, fascinating village in the north of Italy.
    In 2005, a group of young people fell in love with this place.
    Since that time, they decided to make it accessible again, without any economic support and, initially, without a formal permission from Gualtieri Municipal Administration.
    Today, the theater is a work in progress and several volunteers carry out this dream.

    Music: First Breath, Draw Breath by Ezio Bosso
    Filmed, directed, edited by Filippo Chiesa


    https://vimeo.com/88133089
    Pass: teatrosociale_2014

    Enjoy!


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    those are some brilliant textures, very nice.
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    Very lovely work Filippo. Not over-lit at all yet you managed to get relatively noise-less dark areas in the RAW shooting. Nice use of a hazer, or was the did the theater naturally have atmosphere? Did you shoot 50P for this?
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    Guys, thanks for your comments.
    Powervideo, in the theatre there was a lot of dust, but I also used a little fog machine ;-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Filippo Chiesa View Post
    Guys, thanks for your comments.
    Powervideo, in the theatre there was a lot of dust, but I also used a little fog machine ;-)
    Very nice work nonetheless. I really must get a good fogger/hazer.
    Peter Corbett
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    Bravo caro! Piena di fantasmi!


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    Lovely work as always Filippo, I love what you do with contrast.


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    It's beautiful... do you know the composer personally? The music has been playing for the past 20 min here i can't get enough of the tune.

    As for the shooting, it makes me feel like I'm in no position to say anything. Fantastic stuff.


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    I'm waiting for someone to say that could have easily been shot with the F3
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    That is really beautiful and the music is inspiring. It is such a beautiful place, so many unlikely spaces. I particularly liked the track to reveal the clock up high on the ceiling. It makes you long for the original beauty of that place. My favorite composition is at 1:45. That light shaft from so high, framed by those arches... lovely, haunting.

    All that detail in the shadows really shows what that camera can do in competent hands.


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