I'm currently collecting locations / ideas for a movie project that I've decided to do. It will feature the following themes:
- Architecture / churches, ruins, open-air museums, bridges, castles and manor houses.
- Nature / national parks, forests, lakes, historic sites and general scenery.
- Vikings / festivals, ships, museums and more.
- WWII / German bunkers and fortifications on the west coast.
- Old towns / Skagen, Ribe, Tønder (more to come).
- Danish Design / furniture, lamps and more.
I'm still in an early preface and more will be added over the next weeks and months. The map and this text will be updated constantly. I'm not planning on the project being finished in 2009 - 2010 is the goal so far.
Anybody with a knowledge of Danish locations are welcome to comment / contact me if you think I need to go somewhere specific.
My newest toy has arrived... :) indifocus.com
A (24 inch) indiSLIDERpro with fluid head came in the mail and I took it for a fast spin. I'm very pleased with it, especially because all I had before was a tripod with a head for still photography. Doing any fancy movements with something like that is kinda' hard.
My newest problem is how to slide, pan and focus at the same time :D
Pricewise, this must be my best investment so far... I got the 'short' version of the indiSLIDERpro (at 24 inches), since the longer one will demand a very sturdy tripod. I'm still using my small (but very flexable) Velbon Ultra LUXi L tripod. It should be fine for now.
There's no Magic Bullet Looks in this just a little extra contrast and some sharpening. I had my HG10 on manual exposure to avoid the sky from burning out (exposure turned down a bit). The graduated Cokin P filter also helped.