Sunday, 13 May 2012

Hey it's Jack here, I hope you're having a happy Sunday. 

Today I'm going to show you the effort we go through to get the winning shot. Tim is a bit like action man, if action man had a camera and 3 legs. So today's post is dedicated to Tim and his camera.

We traverse land, air and sea because more often than not, the most difficult places to film are the most exciting and visually impressive. A strong connection is created by immersing ourselves with the elements and forces of this planet, and the camera is drawn to them like a magnet. 

Margaret River
Chiang Rai:

 Coast of Western Australia:

The film recommendation for today is House of Flying Daggers because the film has a strong affinity to nature and it's one of the most beautifully shot films I've ever seen. If you've already seen this film, I'd recommend Hero and Curse of the Golden Flower, which are all directed by the Chinese film director Yimou Zhang.


Curse of the Golden Flower:
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