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- November 29, 2022 at 7:33 am #2574MichaelKeymaster
We have created a wine drop follow shot last week and I would like to give you some background information how I did the setup for this shot.
Here is the BTS on YouTube with the final shot in the end:
- Aputure 1200d Pro with narrow cone as main light on the right-front with flag diffusion
- Aputure 600d Pro as second light on the left-front with flag diffusion
- Godox SL-150W II as fill light front-left with long softbox
- Godox SL-150W II as back light back-right with diffusion
- Falcon Eyes RX24-TDX as top light
- Basic x-mas light rope for the background
(all lights at 100%)
Camera & Lens:
- Chronos 2.1, 2k @ 1000fps, 0x Gain, with MFT mount
- Viltrox MFT to EF x0,71 Speedbooster
- DZO Film Vespid Prime Lens 90mm Macro with EF Mount
- MIOPS Splash Water Drop Kit v2 (not ideal since the trigger works only manual via the app)
The move in ZM Studio was created with 3 Keyframes:
1. On the top with the bottle and the drop starting + Focus Keyframe
2. Moving down a bit and tilting also the camera down to look into the glass where the drop will land + Focus Keyframe
3. Orbiting a bit to left and down + Focus Keyframe
Both path segments set to “Spline” and the ease setting to “Fast”
Then I moved Keyframe 2 and 3 as close I could on the Timeline to get a valid (green) move profile, the total move was a bit over 875ms
Then after about 10-15 takes I had a good timing to trigger the drop and the move for this final shot. I will be looking into a drop release system I can trigger out of the timeline next. 😉
Here is the clip out of the Chronos with only a LUT applied, no stabilization needed.
Let me know if you have any questions!
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