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The Making of Dual Vision – Part 1

I’d mentioned in my new year post that Flemming and I were going to be writing about our work on the Roaming Frame blog. It starts now, with a look back on our latest movie, Dual Vision. When we were asked to make a movie about our individual choices in Fujifilm’s X Series cameras – […]

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Pukekura Park

This movie is the beginning of something I’ve been feeling a need to do, wanted to do for years. Made in the lush sanctuary that is Pukekura Park in New Plymouth, it is about watching the change of light on leaves, being absorbed by the forest and those tall, rushing trees, and the magnificence of […]

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The New Fujifilm X-T10 Promotional Movie and Sample Photos

Made in Australia, finished in Singapore, published in Copenhagen. This was an international effort. If you’ve been keeping up with the rumblings about this camera, wait no more! Read all about it: Official press release | My Professionals Review on The X-T10’s product page Check the X-Photographer promo movie out right here. It stars yours truly, armed with octopus hair, […]

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A Fujifilm Video Rig

I have a new setup for shooting video. Several months ago, I filmed the XF 16-55 F2.8 promo video with a borrowed XT-1 and 23mm lens, a stabilizer cobbled together from Flemming’s Gorillapod and 3 kilos of lead sinkers, and no lighting of any kind. It looked like this: It’s a big departure from the picture at the top […]

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The new Fujinon XF 16-55 f2.8 – promo movie

Fujifilm 16-55 Promotional Movie from Charlene Winfred on Vimeo. For most of December, Flemming and I have had the pleasure of making stills (him) and a promotional movie (me) for the brand new, highly anticipated Fujinon XF 16-55mm f2.8 lens that’s just been released. We had a musician create the original soundtrack this time. Tusind tak […]

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Thinking Beyond: on making a first film

7110 – The number of times Beyond has been played since it was released ten days ago. It’s been featured on PetaPixel, F-Stop Lounge and Monster Children. David Hobby, yes the Strobist, has shared it on Google+. It’s been shared among our collective friends, family and followers more times than either of us can keep […]

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