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#1 Bryant Swanstrom

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Posted 20 September 2010 - 02:15 AM

So while I have been doing basic steadicam shots with an old glidecam 2000 that I bought a couple years ago, about two months ago I bought a pilot only to return it a week later to step up the flyer. I found a good way to practice is to operate for some local wedding cinematographers. Working with the glidecam for a couple years really made getting into a bigger system much easier. Renting the pilot a few times was great as well.

Anyways I wasn't really planning on showing any of this here but this guy made my day.

I don't dance much now but I hope I can like him when I am that old.

Some technical stuff.. 7D 35 1.4 with cinevate mattebox and cage.

Rig was not in DB as it was setup for a music video with a bartech and other stuff the night before and I didn't have w hole lot of time to build it.

Edited by Bryant Swanstrom, 20 September 2010 - 02:22 AM.

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