It’s our first video we shot in Tokyo with an all Japanese cast (except for Jay of course). We had a lot of challenges to make this video, because of translation difficulties and cultural differences. for example, we were looking for a typical Japanese Karaokebar and a record label office. What we got is the biggest Karaokebar (which is white and clean), en for office a castle.
Apparently that’s how it goes there, but not how we had it in our minds. So with lot of last minute changes of locations, we did manage to fix the video.
First, the drawing of the elephant head.
The first version of the elephant done in clay. The talented people at Rob’s Propshop made the costume.
We can truly say, that this was the most challenging music video we did so far, but we had the most fun as well!
We’re really proud to show it to you!
Big thanks to our good friends Kraftstoff and Sunrise Productions.
Sony FS7 (shot in 4K)
Canon 24-104mm F4
Canon 70-200mm IS2 II 2.8
Samyang 14mm 2.8
All lenses on Metabones Speedbooster for extra F-stop
Our new video for Dubvision called “I found your heart” is live now on youtube!
We flew into Istanbul for 3,5 days to produce this video.
The idea was to make it a spontaneous feel-good video, so we had to shoot is Guerrilla-style. Our producer Tim fixed lots of helium and balloons so that Victor and Stephan (Dubvision) could hand them out.
Dimitri and I filmed their reactions so that we could make a simple story out of it. Dubvision handing out their hearts, people embrace it, let go of it and then unite.
I hope you like it! Leave a comment if you watched it :-)!
Dimitri and Tim in our bus on the way to the city.
It’s a wrap! Even our friends Tim and Jurre (Firebeatz) joined in.