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David Knight - 3rd Dec 2009

Sensual and beautifully-photographed forest-set Swedish clip directed by Markus Waltå, and shot by Adrian Levander.

Sensual and beautifully-photographed forest-set Swedish clip directed by Markus Waltå, and shot by Adrian Levander. "The video was shot on the 5D with Canon glass," says Adrian. "We wanted to capture a dark and ambivalent mood of a bewitching forest. To achieve this we used a tilt/shift lens to some extent. It was shot in one day, in the middle of September in a forest about an hour outside of Stockholm, Sweden. The budget was microscopic, around £150." That 5D is certainly quite something - but when are they going to develop Smell-ovision <br/>

"The video was shot on the 5D with Canon glass," says Adrian. "We wanted to capture a dark and ambivalent mood of a bewitching forest. To achieve this we used a tilt/shift lens to some extent. It was shot in one day, in the middle of September in a forest about an hour outside of Stockholm, Sweden. The budget was microscopic, around £150."

Sensual and beautifully-photographed forest-set Swedish clip directed by Markus Waltå, and shot by Adrian Levander. "The video was shot on the 5D with Canon glass," says Adrian. "We wanted to capture a dark and ambivalent mood of a bewitching forest. To achieve this we used a tilt/shift lens to some extent. It was shot in one day, in the middle of September in a forest about an hour outside of Stockholm, Sweden. The budget was microscopic, around £150." That 5D is certainly quite something - but when are they going to develop Smell-ovision <br/>

That 5D is certainly quite something - but when are they going to develop Smell-ovision

Sensual and beautifully-photographed forest-set Swedish clip directed by Markus Waltå, and shot by Adrian Levander. "The video was shot on the 5D with Canon glass," says Adrian. "We wanted to capture a dark and ambivalent mood of a bewitching forest. To achieve this we used a tilt/shift lens to some extent. It was shot in one day, in the middle of September in a forest about an hour outside of Stockholm, Sweden. The budget was microscopic, around £150." That 5D is certainly quite something - but when are they going to develop Smell-ovision <br/>


David Knight - 3rd Dec 2009

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Director
Markus Waltå
Production Company
Sektorfilm

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Director of Photography
Adrian Levander

Lighting/Grip

Gaffer
Olle Nordlund

David Knight - 3rd Dec 2009

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