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Cinematic video and photo productions
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Distillery Tower / London Open House Weekend 2012

For starters I got to say to ones that don’t know me, that i love nice landscape view, best if it’s from an elevated point and just about perfect if it has 360 degrees of viewing possibilities. 

This years London Open House Weekend saw a new entry on the map of open to the public skyscrapers with a nice view   – the Distillery Tower with it’s 27th floor viewing gallery.

No booking required, no ballot, I was just able to come in, wait 5 min for the next group to go in the elevator. There was about 5 other people with me at the top so the building guide say I can take as long as I want up there, so as it was my kids nap time and they were sleeping with my other half in the car at near by Wickes car park, I took my 30min time to zoom away. I wasn’t expecting free time and space up top, i’ve only took my hacked Panasonic GH2 with the kit 14-42mm lens, ND filter and a GoPro Hero 2. Attached Gopro to the hot shoe mount to get some extra wide angles, put it all on my Manfrotto 561BHDV video monopod and off I went.

The weather was beutiful. Views from the top are amazing although being only 82 meters / 269 ft, still giving unprecedented access to 360 degrees of London landscape. Only thing that was not allowed is access to the outside balcony that runs around 270 degrees of the viewing gallery, because of simple risk of  possible suicide jumpers, so all shots had to be done through the windows that apart from the inside fingerprints, were still rather clean.

What i saw you can see in above video. There were other buildings with magnificent views that I also wanted to visit like the Heron Tower,but this one was a bollot,as was Tower 42 that I visited and filemed from last year, see video.Also Trellic Tower was a bollot, din’t win that one either. 30 St Mary’s Axe  ( the Gherkin ) was also open to public, first come first served basis of queuing on Sunday, but when I woke up on Sunday and saw the utterly bad weather and didn’t bother.

My hopes for next years’ Open House Weekend are to see more of London’s skyscrapers opening for free to the public, like for example:

The Shard

- The Strata,

- The Pinnacle (to be completed in 2013),

Leadenhall Building, more popularly known as the Cheesegrater ( to be completed in 2014)

…or any of the taller ones one the Isle of Dogs / Docklands would be nice.

See you next year.

 

The Shard – inauguration lights show

Inauguration day of The Shard in London – highest building in west Europe. This opening event was celebrated with a laser show which I decided to capture on video.
View from Point Hill in Greenwich.
Shot on Panasonic GH2 with SLR Magic 12mm F1.6,Nikon AI 50mm F1.8 and Nikon AI 180mm F2.8.
Royalty free music by Kevin MacLeod “Constancy Part Two” visit incompetech.com

 

Breakspears – Clancy Developments

Breakspears – an exclusive collection of new four bedroom mews houses and family homes adjacent to a Grade I listed manor house converted into luxury flats.

Built by Clancy Developments, this £20m project required a promotional video to be done at last minute before the show rooms have opened.

Shot one afternoon with just a small crew of two ( me and my friend Anthony) on two Panasonic GH2′s with a Tokina 11mm F2.8 , Nikon 50mm F1.8 and Panasonic 20mm F1.7. Few shots on a slider.  Edited by Anthony Waterman.

For more info on the development visit the link below:

http://breakspears.com/index.html

Vienna now or never – 3D Building Projection in London

Vienna 3D Building Projection in London.
Award-winning Imagination building in central London was transformed into a Viennese wonderland using cutting-edge 3D projection technology for this magical public event called “Vienna – Now or never”.

Projection done by The Darkroom Motion Graphics Studio

Tower 42 – London Open House Weekend 2011

Here’s my quick short I shot while visiting Tower 42 as part of the 2011 London Open House Weekend. I’ve been trying for four years to get register quick enough to get one of the 40 places they allow for it every year, only to find out that you can normally book a table at Vertigo42 ( the restaurant at the top 42nd floor) and the minumum spend is £10 per person. The only thing is that it’s only for Open House Weekend they allow to bring tripods.
All inall it was quite a view, even apart from the rainy weather, raindrops on dirty windows and only being at the 42nd floor for 10min.

Shot on hacked GH2 with kit 14-42mm and Nikon AI-S 180mm 2.8. Some shots normal,some crop mode.
Cinema picture profile ( -2,-2,-1,+2).
Edited in premiere CS5.Color corrected with MB Looks.

Track : “Dreamer” by Epic Sound Factory