Vans Time-Lapse: Freeze Frame

Freeze Frame

Wanna see details from the Vans video? Check out these 5.6k frame grabs! On this shoot we used: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, 5D Mark II, EOS 60D and EOS 7D, with some supporting camera angles with the EOS-1D Mark II, EOS 20D and Canon Rebel XTi. With seven different cameras and 21 tripod legs to bump into, there was quite a bit of chaos going on. I am very proud that my crew was able to shoot for 36 hours with zero mistakes.

The Perfect Frame
Here are a few close up detail shots.
Hoodman
I depend on Hoodman gear, with every image, every time.    (read more) 
LowePro
Using the Lowepro AW Trekker ii to help organize all the gear    (read more) 
PocketWizard
Syncing multiple cameras to help make this project possible   (read more)
Canon
100% Canon Shot, as Always.  (read more)
The Vision
Challenges, Trouble Shooting, and the Triumphs.  (read more) 
Devil in the Details
Pre-Production, Production, and Post.   (read more)
Freeze Frame
Wanna see some more info and shots?      (read more)
Get The Inside Line
Here’s a sneak peek of whats dropping next…  (read more)

 

Vans Time-Lapse
Born to Roll

I’m no stranger to long shoots. I dream big, and it can take many hours to turn those dreams into reality. For this shoot, I wanted to show Vans BMX shoes being constructed on an assembly line that reflects the shoe’s life — on a bike or on a board, these shoes are born to roll!

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