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Dendrite Studios - Perspectives #7 and #8 - Video Stoke

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Thread Starter 
 Here's a couple of fresh videos in the pipeline.
We are winding down the season and getting ready to bunker down in the editing suites and release an official teaser for our debut film. 

Enjoy.

Perspectives #7 - Traveling to the Ski Salt Lake Shootout


Perspectives #8 - Unsponsored Cheddar


Thanks and stay tuned to dendritestudios.com
post #2 of 8
 That's some great stoke!
post #3 of 8
 Cool skiing....

So, I am curious,  how could an unsponsored guy afford to make a heli-shoot?    I am sure everyone can find a yuppie friend with a $3K Canon 5DMkII that makes videos that are as good or better than professional videocams, but a helishoot does require a serious cash outlay.  Am I thinking about this right? 
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 Cool skiing....

So, I am curious,  how could an unsponsored guy afford to make a heli-shoot?    I am sure everyone can find a yuppie friend with a $3K Canon 5DMkII that makes videos that are as good or better than professional videocams, but a helishoot does require a serious cash outlay.  Am I thinking about this right? 
There was no heli.
post #5 of 8
I'm kinda curious what a backward-pointing video would look like having one of those avalanches following close behind the skier...

.ma
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There was no heli.
 
Second video, 0.35-0.36, 0.44 etc, this is not a heli shot?  Where is this terrain that lines up a stationary videocamera to the skier  so perfectly? 
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Second video, 0.35-0.36, 0.44 etc, this is not a heli shot?  Where is this terrain that lines up a stationary videocamera to the skier  so perfectly? 
 
Those could have been made from other elevated areas. Regardless. Cheddar didn't make the vid. Dendrite Studios did. They think he's a ripper, and want to see him sponsored.
post #8 of 8
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No helis...we wish! All by foot or sled accessed. So yes all shots are from various ridge lines.

 

Also a camera does not make good footage. Especially the 5d or 7d. They have many limitations that must be worked around and used properly to get the best results out of them. If anyone thinks they can go out and make a good ski vid with just a 5d they are in for a big surprise when their footage looks terrible.

 

Cheddar kept badgering us on the phone to shoot him, so we did because we knew he had the dedication. He delivered.

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