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  • Carlos R. Dueñas 1 year ago
    Thank you for the bts. A masterclass!
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  • Dan King 1 year ago
    great use of helmet cam!
    I'll be rigging up a helmet cam to shoot a group of bikers while riding with them-
    I was interested in what kind of gear you used to mount the 5d to the helmet, any advice?
  • Shane Hurlbut, ASC plus 1 year ago
    Hi Dan, I got the Helmet form this company called Doggicam, they have been innovators in this business since the beginning. The first Helmet cam we made was straight out of Home Depot. I bought a 90 degree bracket that frames homes up and then bolted that baby into the help. I hope this helps.
  • Dan King 1 year ago
    Thanks Shane. Great stuff on Diggicam's site-I might try out the 90° bracket before investing in the "big guns". Appriciate the advice!
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  • ZHIC 1 year ago
    Soooo Epic
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  • Blake Whitman staff 1 year ago
    Very cool to see how you guys did this scene. Thanks for sharing, Shane.
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  • Robert Sink 1 year ago
    Excellent how-to! Thank you. Couldn't help but flashback to looking at the new GoPro HD Helmet cams...
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  • Cliff Spence 1 year ago
    Props to my buddy Tim for the edit and footage, nice work!
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  • phunkee 1 year ago
    that was really intresting, thank you.
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  • Teng Xiong 1 year ago
    Really good stuff you guys had going there! Very inspirational! The use of metaphor and putting the audience in the scene was well thought out. I honestly just love that scene.
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  • Tim Lossen 1 year ago
    wow, super interesting -- thanks for sharing.
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  • Yaser & Emad 1 year ago
    thanks so much for sharing .. great job
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  • niiice!
    really inspiring.

    I'm wondering where you got your wireless video and wireless follow focus from!?
  • Shane Hurlbut, ASC plus 1 year ago
    Hi Malte, I got the wireless follow focus from Bartech, which is the only one for still lenses. It is perfect. The wireless video transmitter was Dynawave from Canada and the director's monitor was Camos.
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  • Kennon Fleisher plus 1 year ago
    Fantastic video, I really enjoyed seeing the way you did this. I am always impressed by people who can teach me something. I'm actually working on filming a World War II film, and I think I might try to implement some smoke tomorrow during our big battle scene shoot so we can break up the background a little bit. That is a fantastic idea.

    Check it out on my page if you want to see some of it, I bet you'd enjoy it.

    vimeo.com/​11485423
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  • Mats Abrahamsen plus 1 year ago
    Thanks for sharing your work. It helps a lot! :)
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  • Ian C 1 year ago
    Shane,

    This was really an interesting watch. Thanks for taking the time to do a BTS.
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  • Daniel R. plus 1 year ago
    excelent video!! congrats!
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  • marty zacharias plus 1 year ago
    Wow that was great!
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  • Garreyf 1 year ago
    Excellent Shane.
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  • Paulo Menelau plus 1 year ago
    The best, Shane
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  • Jonathan Man 1 year ago
    I love this!!!
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  • chris Lew 1 year ago
    masterful
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  • Paquitas Birthday 1 year ago
    Thank you for all informations...
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  • Session 7 Media 1 year ago
    Wow, really incredible! Thanks for sharing!!!
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  • Mckeyhan 1 year ago
    Es interesante, pero no entiendo lo de la mochila cantimplora.
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  • Alexander Soloviev 1 year ago
    very cooool!!!! thank you!
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  • found out what microwave system he was using guys... Had to do some research and there's no pricing info on the site, but; hpvideo.tv
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  • Ben Helweg 1 year ago
    Thanks for posting this.
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  • Rick Macomber plus 1 year ago
    amazing behind the scenes piece that told the tech story AND all the great teamwork needed to make this baby fly!!!
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  • Shane Hurlbut, ASC plus 1 year ago
    Thank you again for all of the great feedback.
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  • Quinn Brabender 1 year ago
    Is there a particular way of safely getting a lawnmower to create that smoke?
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  • Hartmut Idzko 1 year ago
    Hi, it was the most interesting lesson in film-work, I've seen! Thanks so much!
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  • Phil Anderson 1 year ago
    Thanks for sharing this Shane. Very informative.
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  • John Tanner 1 year ago
    Great video! But I have a question, Did you use a steadycam at all? Or was all of it either Helmet, or hand? Because it was unusually smooth for a camera of that size. Also, what investment have you made in that equipment, is it all yours?

    Thanks!
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  • shane kinsman 1 year ago
    Im getting ready to do a Vietnam short. This is a great resource. you did my homework for me, haha. Thanks
    Your scene looks excellent.
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  • shane kinsman 1 year ago
    oh yeah, if have minute, check out my one minute short film for a small contest. Literaly only one minute long .
    vimeo.com/​7805501
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  • Nick Ocheltree 1 year ago
    Unbelievable, Shane. I think the heart of this featurette (and perhaps the implicit message) is that you were only able to bring the intimacy home because of the 5DMII's compactness and ease of use. The POV really took it to the next level.

    Glad to see real professionals are lending legitimacy to this VDSLR revolution.
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  • florent molinier 1 year ago
    Awesome work ! Just one question : which lens did you use on the helmet for this scene ?
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  • Joseph Michael 1 year ago
    Great Clip, loved the diffusion from the explosions.. What is the wireless monitor set-up you use with the DSLR's?
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  • Silverdrops India 11 months ago
    Shane thanks for sharing. Is very inspiring.
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  • Silverdrops India 11 months ago
    REally is a master piece of film making. Thanks
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  • Daniel Skogli 9 months ago
    No words can describe how lucky i feel being able to watch that making of! Love how passionated you are.

    Keep up the good work.

    My best
    Daniel
  • Shane Hurlbut, ASC plus 7 months ago
    Thank you Daniel!
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  • Jonas Link 7 months ago
    Great Making of. But I have a Question maybe someone could answer it would be great so what portable monitor are you using for the shots ?
  • Shane Hurlbut, ASC plus 7 months ago
    Hi Jonas, thank you for your comments. Would you mind asking this on my blog? I am trying to direct all technical questions there so that I don't get too scattered and so that the blog community can also learn from the interaction that takes place there. Thank you and look forward to hearing from you.

    HurlbutVisuals.com/​blog
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  • edgarmedia.co.uk plus 7 months ago
    Shane, thanks on this one as well!

    A quick question - what did you mean saying "lawnmower smoke"? Is it literally lawnmower... smoke?!
  • Shane Hurlbut, ASC plus 7 months ago
    It is what we call a lawn mower fogger. It looks like a push lawn mower but it has a fogger in it that takes fog juice and can cover a huge area. I used 12 on Terminator Salvation.
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  • Mirko Faienza plus 6 months ago
    Thank you so much, that was a great behind the scenes. thank you for sharing this, the scene looked great
  • Shane Hurlbut, ASC plus 6 months ago
    Thank you, Mirko!
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  • Baron Abas 5 months ago
    Hi Shane, I admire your work in Terminator Salvation so I'm grateful you let us in on some of your techniques.

    Hope to join your HDSLR Bootcamp one day :)
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  • Kolawole Black 1 month ago
    that's kool i have learnt something new
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