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Madcon’s Freaky Like Me by Christian Holm-Glad

Jimmy Brown - 2nd Sept 2010

Following a successful collaboration with Madcon on the monster Euro hit Beggin', Christian Holm-Glad throws up an unrelenting series of moving images to punctuate the, erm, freaky tones of Madcon's latest and here explains the process behind the promo:

Following a successful collaboration with Madcon on the monster Euro hit Beggin', Christian Holm-Glad throws up an unrelenting series of moving images to punctuate the, erm, freaky tones of Madcon's latest and here explains the process behind the promo: "It's a green screen production, shot on the Sony F35 and Canon 5D. With a project like this where everything was going to end up in a 2D paper cut style the 5D was fantastic and it's impossible for anyone who sees the video to tell what parts was shot with a £2,000 camera and a £180,000 camera. I challenge everyone to try!"

"It's a green screen production, shot on the Sony F35 and Canon 5D. With a project like this where everything was going to end up in a 2D paper cut style the 5D was fantastic and it's impossible for anyone who sees the video to tell what parts was shot with a £2,000 camera and a £180,000 camera. I challenge everyone to try!"

Following a successful collaboration with Madcon on the monster Euro hit Beggin', Christian Holm-Glad throws up an unrelenting series of moving images to punctuate the, erm, freaky tones of Madcon's latest and here explains the process behind the promo: "It's a green screen production, shot on the Sony F35 and Canon 5D. With a project like this where everything was going to end up in a 2D paper cut style the 5D was fantastic and it's impossible for anyone who sees the video to tell what parts was shot with a £2,000 camera and a £180,000 camera. I challenge everyone to try!"

Jimmy Brown - 2nd Sept 2010

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