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    My first paid gig with GH1 - 1080p available

    Commercial shot on Panasonic GH1 for swedish band Larz-Kristerz. Uploaded in 1080 so the full HD Quicktime h.264 file is available for Vimeo members. Broadcast in PAL SD resolution.

    I used Canon FD lenses - 28mm f/2.0, 35mm f/2.0, 50mm f/1.4 and 100mm f/2.8. Cokin ND8 x2 on the outdoor daytime scene.

    Band has a incredibly tight schedule so this was a run'n'gun job over two days with a two man team whenever they happened to have a break between other assignments. Reshot the night time part alone, lit with two battery powered LED lights.

    Direct link: http://vimeo.com/6997918

    Last edited by Martti Ekstrand; 10-10-2009, 12:47 PM.
    My GH1 shorts are here: http://vimeo.com/marttiekstrand/videos

    #2
    Just getting a spinning logo.

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      #3
      Vimeo acting up - added direct link - thanks for the heads-up!
      My GH1 shorts are here: http://vimeo.com/marttiekstrand/videos

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        #4
        Go GH1! Excellent. Great job.

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          #5
          Looks great at full rez! Nice colours and love the titles - fit really well with the overall look and definitely set a tone.

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            #6
            Was this shot in 1080p 24p?

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              #7
              No, 1080 25p. I'm in PAL land.
              My GH1 shorts are here: http://vimeo.com/marttiekstrand/videos

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                #8
                LOL, how cool is that lead singer. Great work. This camera take excellent footage.

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                  #9
                  You can't put the www.vimeo.com in the link just the numbers '6997918'...

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                    #10
                    Dude that's freaking awesome! Arg...and it's crisper than my GH1 footage, how do you do that! I love the Dusty Springfield song! Are these guys on itunes (I would just love to hear that cover)
                    Stuart Hooper

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by ChipG View Post
                      You can't put the www.vimeo.com in the link just the numbers '6997918'...
                      Oh, had miss that bit. Thanks for the top tip!
                      My GH1 shorts are here: http://vimeo.com/marttiekstrand/videos

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Kerplunk View Post
                        Looks great at full rez! Nice colours and love the titles - fit really well with the overall look and definitely set a tone.
                        Wish I could take credit for the design of the logos but that's all Jonas Kjellberg at Zion Graphics in Stockholm who did those for the cover.

                        Originally posted by Kellar42 View Post
                        I love the Dusty Springfield song! Are these guys on itunes (I would just love to hear that cover)
                        Dunno, I'm old-school - I still buy CDs. (My brother is worse though, he still buys vinyl)
                        My GH1 shorts are here: http://vimeo.com/marttiekstrand/videos

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                          #13
                          Is this a joke band or a band that does parodies? The Elvis knockoff costumes are hilarious. The graphics are funny too they look like the 80's.
                          Shot well too.

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                            #14
                            They play in a local swedish genre called 'dansband' which is a sort of homegrown version of country for party and dance evenings based heavily on doing covers that people recognize. To stick out in the crowd they decided for fun to style themselves like the bands in the genre looked back in the 70s as opposed to most of their current competitors who dress rather conservatively. The album is currently #1 on the swedish chart a week after the release.
                            My GH1 shorts are here: http://vimeo.com/marttiekstrand/videos

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                              #15
                              Hell yeah! Dansband as it's best!

                              I think I recognize them from Dansbandskampen!

                              Looks like it's gonna be broadcasted on TV? Did you shoot 25p?

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