New Client | Tiffany Josephs
Yesterday, my new video client Tiffany Josephs, myself, and my camera assistant Kris Farruggia, all woke up at the crack of dawn to film some steadicam shots downtown, and wouldn’t you know it– the sky was completely overcast, and the light was dull, boring, and generally awful for the first half of the morning. Rather than settle for lifeless footage, I spent Easter Sunday souping up the shots a little, with some chromakey work to replace the skies, and some color-correction to bring it all together. Here’s a little of what I did. I’ll probably punch up the light even more, but overall, I’m pretty chuffed with how this turned out.
Earlier in the week, Kris and I met Tiffany at Washington Park in Denver to shoot some b-roll for an upcoming promotional video I’m producing for her. We filmed some really fun steadicam sequences, following her on her fancy new bike, as well as a couple of cool crane shots. The day turned out GREAT.
After a week of overcast days marred with bad weather, and flat light, it was AWESOME to see sunshine again. I’m *really* happy with the footage we shot!