brindabellas

in the field

Filming near-infrared motion 

BRINDABELLAS | edge of light was filmed in and around Canberra, Namadgi National Park and the Brindabella Ranges Primary locations included Mt Stromlo, Tidbinbilla, Corin Forest, Corin Dam, Kangaroo Creek, Gibraltar Falls, Cotter River, Casuarina Sands, Mt Taylor, Red Hill, Farrer Ridge, Scrivener Hill, Mt Wanniassa and Cooleman Ridge.

The motion was largely filmed with a modified full-spectrum RED Epic-X Digital Cinema camera and Nikon lenses – although some footage was also filmed with a regular RED Epic-X.   Key rig components included:

Miller Tripods
Trost Motion sliders
Really Right Stuff ballheads, plates, clamps and macro rig
Oconnor and Genus matte boxes
Genus rods and accessories
smallHD monitors
Wooden Camera accessories – including the Ombre rain cover

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