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X Marks The Spot - Epic Short Film

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Published on Sep 16, 2012

Adventure or the fear thereof is what drives us as human beings. We never know what happens next, and sometimes we will never find out. In order to shoot "X Marks The Spot" we took up the challenge of creating a zero-budget short using only one camera, a tripod and natural light. We love making the most from nothing. Attractive photography was a priority.

In order to get the angles we wanted, we climbed streetlights and fences, burried ourselves and trespessed abandoned industrial property -- giving ourself the very sense of adventure we wanted to capture. For us, post is where the magic happens. In the comfort of Arsenys home we tried to get out as much as we could from the shots, letting the beautiful mix of green, red and yellow autumn leaves contribute to the image.Adventure or the fear thereof is what drives us as human beings. We never know what happens next, and sometimes we will never find out. In order to shoot "X Marks The Spot" we took up the challenge of creating a zero-budget short using only one camera, a tripod and natural light. We love making the most from nothing. Attractive photography was a priority.

In order to get the angles we wanted, we climbed streetlights and fences, burried ourselves and trespessed abandoned industrial property -- giving ourself the very sense of adventure we wanted to capture. For us, post is where the magic happens. In the comfort of Arsenys home we tried to get out as much as we could from the shots, letting the beautiful mix of green, red and yellow autumn leaves contribute to the image.

Shot in Berlin.

Canon EOS 650D
Tamron 17-50mm SP F 2.8 XR Di II
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
Magic Bullet Suite

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