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Old June 14th, 2016, 01:03 PM   #1
Wedding with a JVC gy ls300 and a Panasonic gx80
Noa Put Noa Put is offline June 14th, 2016, 01:03 PM

Thought I"d share a wedding I shot last weekend with my jvc gy ls300 and panasonic gx80, the steadicam shots are from a gh3. The jvc had a 12-35mm f2.8 attached and the gx80 a 42,5mm f1.7 and a 75mm f1.8.

As I had some questions via pm from people that wanted to see how the gx80 performed at a wedding I have listed the times when the gx80 is visible with the type of lens used, everything you see from that camera is shot handheld. If you have any questions just let me know.


00:23 to 00:54 - 42,5mm
01:06 to 01:17 - 42,5mm
01:31 to 01:34 - 42,5mm
01:39 to 01:46 - 42,5mm
02:35 to 02:37 - 42,5mm
02:40 to 02:43 - 42,5mm
03:10 to 03:13 - 42,5mm
03:22 to 03:30 - 42,5mm
04:02 to 04:14 - 75mm
04:19 to 04:32 - 75mm
04:43 to 04:46 - 75mm
04:48 to 04:54 - 75mm
05:05 to 05:19 - 75mm
05:23 to 05:27 - 42,5mm
05:44 to 05:46 - 42,5mm
05:52 to 05:57 - 42,5mm

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Old June 15th, 2016, 01:26 AM   #2
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nice work Noa! Back to the steadicam and multicam again? So it's going better with your "back"?

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Old June 15th, 2016, 02:50 AM   #3
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Thx :) I"m currently being treated by a physiotherapist who managed to get some positive progress with my bad back which allows me to do these kind of weddings now and then, I also only accept a handful of weddings anymore every year now so I have enough time to recover.
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Great film, do you just use the beholder ms1 now or the blackbird as well ?
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Old June 15th, 2016, 01:45 PM   #5
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The more you watch it, the better it becomes. I loved the framing of the shoes using the foreground and symmetry. Such nice play with real audio and the background music. The opening sequence is stunning, and the use of cross dissolves are inspiring.

Another brilliant piece of art, Noa.
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Great film, do you just use the beholder ms1 now or the blackbird as well ?
Thx, I had the ms1 with me but for a mysterious reason the batteries where drained by the time I planned to use it so I had to resort to my trusty blackbird which I had in the trunk of the car as backup, so all steadicam work you see is from the blackbird.
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The more you watch it, the better it becomes.
That's also the feeling I get but it's not because of my work :) but how much it surprised me how well the gx80 performed, if only panasonic had put a mike connection on it, I would have gotten a second one just for wider angle zoom shots, or maybe attach a 18-35mm f1.8 sigma with a speedbooster but the internal audio, which is ok for ambient sound, lacks the clarity of a good soundsystem like on my jvc, so it's too limiting to record critical sound. I guess panasonic wants me to get a gh5.
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In the first third of this there is many examples of a killer exposure situation. The subject is in white or black and white. There is intense daylight back light. That is about as hard as it gets. Noa not only nails it he does it well enough to use the background "blow out" as a compositional element that enhances the images. That is not easy to achieve. It is exactly why Noa is a manual mode shooter. Well done Noa!

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Old June 30th, 2016, 04:42 AM   #9
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It's actually the lack of anything good in auto that forces me to use the gx80 in manual :) But I think it's good practice to learn to fully manually control your camera as it will give you better results overall.
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