We had a lot of fun producing this! Once I have some time, I'll upload the behind the scene photos and possibly the lighting diagrams I used for the different looks.
So now I've been playing around with taking 360 panoramic images. It's fun, but a ton of work in post, but if you're used to taking time-lapse sequences, it's basically the same amount of editing.
Wow, this was a lot of work, but it was worth it. This wedding was different. Spanning two days, this wedding marched to the beat of a different drum. On day one, the reception and toasts took place at a lavish mansion 10 minutes from downtown Las Vegas. On day two, the ceremony was held in the middle of the Electronic Daisy Carnival (EDC) -- which made gaining entry with camera equipment challenging (but not impossible). Music Info: Artist: The Chainsmokers Song: It Won't Kill Ya (ft. Louane)
While filming, exposing for slow-motion was something to keep in mind. To properly expose the Sony FS7 (in S-Log2), a lot of light was brought in to record everything (details in the shadows and mid-tones) for filming at 120fps.
Matthew Rosen shares a few tips on how to nail that flat light, beauty, sitcom look. To get started, he places only one, main-light behind, and over the model's head, creating an accented hair light, that leaves her (temporarily) looking like a silhouette. One bounce card is then placed on her right and left side, thus bringing her back into light. The result is a flattering, soft look that leaves little to no shadow on her face. Matthew adds real value and shows us how terrible shows like "How To Get Away With Murder" and (maybe?), "Scandal", create that popular, prismatic, double-exposure, look. Just in…