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  1. Hi, Here's a recent music promo I shot for Sam Romans, a London based producer signed to Roc Nation. The track is called "Uh Huh" and the promo largely takes place underwater featuring lots of upside down running shot on a Phantom Flex 4K in a Hydroflex Remote Aquacam. Apart from the location work, this was all shot at The Underwater Studio just outside of London. Thanks!
  2. Just got back from Iceland, my first time taking the Hydroflex out in open water. Was interesting bringing a feature style of shooting (ie tethered to a boat with monitoring, a focus puller, power etc running to the camera) to an open water/documentary type situation but it worked well. The camera was an Alexa XT with Hawk anamorphic lenses. The location was the stunning Silfra Fissure where the tectonic plates of America and Europe meet. Despite the cold water conditions (2C / 35F) both camera and housing performed flawlessly. Have attached some pics and will post the full piece when it's published. Cheers
  3. Hi, Just thought I'd post a recent music video I shot underwater sequences for for UK hip hop artist DELS. It was the first time I'd shot using anamorphic lenses underwater - we had Kowa Anamorphics on an Alexa XT in a hydroflex housing. Not sure how to post video here but if anyone is interested, the promo as well as a description of the considerations for shooting anamorphic underwater plus a lens test with the Kowas is here: http://marine.camera/underwater-filming-resources/shooting-underwater/anamorphic-underwater/ Cheers! Sam
  4. Hi all, Embargo has been lifted on a couple of still images I shot whilst filming for some live visuals for a track from Coldplay's new album "Ghost Stories" so i thought I'd share them here. A live performance on a specially constructed stage surrounded on all sides and above by screens was shot for a TV special to promote the album - the trailer is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoR6wFmSryc The shoot was used for "Another's Arms" and comprised part of a series of live visuals for the show directed by Bison (http://wearebison.com) for Academy Films (http://academy-plus.com/). It was shot at Action Underwater Studios in Essex (http://www.actionunderwaterstudios.com/) Anyone interested in the kit used for shooting the footage, it was a Phantom Flex in a Hydroflex Remote AquaCam, pics here: http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=52397 I'll try and post pics of the lighting set up once I've had a dig through those pics but it basically consisted of big mixed sources above water (two tungsten mole beams and an 18k HMI) with a couple of daylight hydropars as a hard fill underneath. Hope you like the pics! Sam
  5. Roger Horrocks kindly allowed me to post some pics from his commercial shoot using a Arri Alexa XT with a Arri/Fujinon Alura 15.5-45mm T2.8 lightweight zoom. The housing is a Hydroflex, set up with Preston surface focus and zoom controls. The DOP is Mattias Rudh and puller is Justin McGilivray. Obviously the camera is handled by Roger Horrocks.
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