Get My Cut Breakdown - TEASE

Get My Cut Breakdown - TEASE

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you know that I spent the last two days working on a crazy music video modeled after the movie Reservoir dogs.

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What you might not know, is that we had people on set taking BTS stills and video just for you guys! I'll be doing a full breakdown of the thought process and technical side of our whole shoot very soon, but for now I just wanted to give you guys a taste of what the shoot was like.

My Scarlet-W rig - we ended up dropping the shark fin for weight reasons.

We shot everything on my brand new Red Scarlet-W, which was built out using a beta OffHollywood POE OMOD (Which is freaking DOPE), Wooden Camera AKs, SmallHD 702 Monitor, and Genus Follow Focus and Matte Box. For lenses we used the Canon CN-E Zooms from LensProToGo.com.

Performing some quick surgery on the Scarlet-W on set.

We shot 5k WS Redlogfilm, and used Lutify.me LUTs to monitor on set through the SmallHD 702.

The Lutify.me LUTs (click here) were also used to grade all these frames, and until midnight today you can use code laborday2016eb for 30% off anything they make. If you missed your chance on that code, try evanbourcier for 10% off.

Everyone on this shoot was a dream, and I look forward to working with everyone again - I wanted to thank the Directors Cory Santilli and Brian Bruzzi for having us on this shoot, Denis Zenchenko for taking the killer BTS stills, Wesley Kabakjian and Brandon DeTraglia for shooting video BTS and gripping, and Matt Derderian for all his help on set. The rest of the crew and actors were all on point as well.

I also wanted to give shoutouts to Kessler Crane - the new Shuttle Dolly is amazing. LensProToGo - The CN-e zooms are killer. Easyrig - you know I love you, and Mark from Offhollywood - without this beta POE module we had some monitor issues, and Mark saved our butts.

Watch for the full breakdowns to come out soon here - follow All Get Out to watch for the final edit, and thank you so much for taking the time to check this out!

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