Published on Jul 31, 2013
Watch the behind the scenes of our Assassin's Creed 4 parkour vid in the link below.
We shot this video in 4K with the Canon 1D-C. First time shooting in 4K for Youtube.
Super thanks to Ubisoft, who makes Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag for giving us the opportunity to make this video happen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KX1OQ...
Check out the trailer above for the game! You get to be a pirate in the Caribbean, and have your own pirate ship! That's why we featured all the pirate stuff in the video :)
Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag comes out October 29. It will be on current and next gen systems!
Video features Chris Romwell. He is awesome, and the first time I've worked with him. Check out his youtube channel in the link below where he does free running/parkour.
The AWESOME costume was made by my friend Allison Dredge! Make sure to check out her facebook page, and make sure to tell her she should work with me again! :) :)
My friend Stephen Anderson wrote the music for this video!
Download the song in the link below!
In the past I have used athlete Ronnie Shalvis in my other Assassin's Creed videos. He however is recovering from an injury still, and we thought it would be best for him to recover fully before we worked together again. But he is good friends with Chris Romwell, and Ronnie actually suggested him, for us to use.
Behind the Scenes video by Parker Walbeck! He is my right hand man and shoots everything with me now! He filmed and edited this video! He also has his own channel, make sure to subscribe and check out his stuff.
We had the chance to fly down to Comic-Con San Diego, and shoot this there. We got to work with some of the Assassin's Creed team on the production of this video, and we got to film on the Star of India for the Pirate Ship scenes. It was an amazing opportunity, and super thankful for Ubisoft/Assassin's Creed trusting us with their character from their game! Honestly can't wait for it!
This was all shot on a Canon 1DC, in 4K. Most of it was shot on a Canon 16-35mm. We shot in super low light, often around 6400 ISO.
My friend Jared Moench did the visual effects shot of Chris/Edward jumping from the building, contact him in this link:
Special thanks to Larry Shapiro for helping get permission for a couple places that we asked, everything else was spur of the moment, asking for forgiveness instead of permission :)
And last but not least, make sure to follow me on twitter and facebook, it's the cool thing to do these days :)
This video was sponsored by Ubisoft.
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