Eclectic 2.0


The entire movie was shot using a digital SLR still camera and pieced together using Quicktime Pro and Final cut Pro. Since it was shot on a still camera, all the raw footage is 1080p HD. People always ask me how much time I spent shooting or how I made the time lapses. Well, check out The Making of Eclectic 2.0 in case you’re curious about that.

Also, I would like to send a HUGE thanks to Marlon and Mary of The Ghost Orchid. They provided the song that is used in the movie. They are an unsigned band out of the San Diego area who I came across on MySpace. Check them out, they are going to be releasing an album in February, and from the sound of it, it’s going to be good.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me, but please check out The Making of Eclectic 2.0 before asking a question.

See some production stills after the jump.

Rock formation in Nelson, NV

Protecting the cameras from the rain

Protecting the cameras from the rain

Setting up the camera in 10 degree weather at Bryce Canyon

It was so cold it froze my camera and tripod head

Desolate part of the Grand Canyon; Tuweep, AZ

At the Strait of Magellan in Chile

Camera rig at Los Glaciares NP in Chile

Carrying all the equipment is a difficult task

Sand dunes in the Mojave Desert

Setting up a shot in the Mojave Desert

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