By Naive Studio
A collection of commercial & branded content over the last three years.
A huge thank you to everyone involved and making this possible.
Created by Naive - Jonathan Edwards Director / DP / Editor
Filmed on the Sony A7SII
Lenses: Zeiss Loxia 35mm f2 / 50mm f2 / Batis 85mm f1.8
Rig: Movcam A7SII cage
4K / 1920 x 1080 HD / 16:9 / 120fps / 24fps
first time posting here, just wanted to drop one of my recent films here which I shot while in Vietnam.
Used a DEC Lens Regain and simple Canon 18-135mm kit lens (which became 2.8) btw. Love how it enables IS on Canon glass. LUT grading.
Cheers for looking
This music video was shot with a Sony Fs700 and Samyang lenses.Check the shots at night, they were all made at 50 fps, without help of any speedbooster, just the combination of the Samyang lenses and the right exposure.We had no help of any kind of light equipment, because we didn't have the budget... just the street lights. For those who are thinking to buy this camera, I can just say that the Sony Fs700 is really a good deal for what it can deliver. See for yourself. And the grain... was put on purpose on post-production to have that dirty effect.
By Vi-Dan Tran
Hi Gals and Boys,
my name is Vi-Dan Tran and I am a filmmaker from Germany.
From the very beginning of my studies I have only done action films.
In the end I decided I wanted to try something new. The short movie "You Never Know" was supposed to be my first non-action movie for my final diploma exams of Media Design with focus on filmmaking. This idea came in my mind while studying in the third semester. I wanted to raise the bar for me with this film. I focused on the characters, dramaturgy, the emotional situation and storytelling.
The successfully womanizer Terry gets into trouble when he falls for the cute and chaotic Lara, unaware that he himself is about to get played...
5 Days shooting with 95% Available Light and Guerilla Style. Almost without permissions.
Canon 5d mark III
Carl zeiss compact primes II 50 mm - 85 mm
edited with Premiere pro cs6 and After effects CS6
ADR with Zoom H4n and Sennheisser K6 + ME66
You Never Know short film: