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    Posted this on facebook but thought I'd share here also.
    ""Just got back from my trip to Thailand. I brought the ursa mini with me. Though I'd like to have been able to use a gimbal, I opted for IQ over portability. The last time I went I brought a pocket + nebula 4000.
    W-I-P stills. All the shots are either ** handheld** or **body** only. There's one section done on tripod. I'm still playing around with different styles. Video should be up in a bit."



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    Looks KILLER!
    Cameras: Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Blackmagic Pocket Camera (x2), Panasonic GH2 (x2), Sony RX100 ii, Canon 6D, Canon T2i,
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    Beautiful frames! The shot of the old man outside reminds me of those emotional life insurance commercials...
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    Really cinematic frames, nice work with the compositions!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Note Suwanchote View Post
    Posted this on facebook but thought I'd share here also.
    ""Just got back from my trip to Thailand. I brought the ursa mini with me. Though I'd like to have been able to use a gimbal, I opted for IQ over portability. The last time I went I brought a pocket + nebula 4000.
    W-I-P stills. All the shots are either ** handheld** or **body** only. There's one section done on tripod. I'm still playing around with different styles. Video should be up in a bit."



    Looks amazing. Looking forward to seeing the footage.

    What lenses did you end up using for this shoot?
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    Note, you have a great eye!
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    Quote Originally Posted by westhechef View Post
    Looks amazing. Looking forward to seeing the footage.

    What lenses did you end up using for this shoot?
    Sorry! Didn't get a notification for these.

    Sigma 18-35mm and Rokinon.
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    Thanks but the location and weather was the star~!
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