Video Production: Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins Georgia

September 14, 2018  •  1 Comment

The Museum of Aviation is one of my favorite clients. They always send me the best projects. So when the Museum wanted to refresh their video content on attracting more visitors to their location, they gave me a call with a simple request; make an exciting visitor attraction video to place directly on their front page of their website. No pressure, right? I decided to keep it simple, yet effective with sweeping videography, narration, music editing in a simple delivery.

On site photo using the Nikon D500 and Liliput field monitor.

To produce this film, I had to achieve a high-budget look using "ghetto film making" using bare minimum tools. Take a look at the equipment list. 

I utilized several specific tools to achieve the goals for this video: 

- A Nikon D500 recording in 4K-30 fps, or 2K at 60 fps.
- A Tamron 17-55mm F2.8 lens.
- A Liliput field monitor to help framing the shot - this is a great and affordable field    monitor with with focus peaking.
- A Manfrotto tripod and video head for great and stable shots.
- I also employed a dolly and track system for steady shooting.
- Adobe products to edit, animate, render the video.
- I also hired Georgia Drone Pros to film the aerials.

These great tools allowed me to produce this video with myself and a single assistant. Please take a look at the finished product below.

 


 

 


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