How Did I FILM A DOCUMENTARY with a NHL DEFENCEMAN

How Did I FILM A DOCUMENTARY with a NHL DEFENCEMAN

In this video, I review my process, minimalist gear, and approach behind filming the documentary called “Consistency | The off-season regimen of Connor Carrick”.

This past month I had the opportunity to travel down to Chicago and create a film with NHL Defenceman Connor Carrick from the New Jersey Devils. We shot this film in one day, from 9 AM to 11PM. Besides an hour of game footage the following day. This video will talk about my experiences working with him and our approach to make it as easy as possible. The gear I used to make it happen, and why you can shoot with less then you think you need.

0:47 The Gameplan
1:36 The Gear
3:10 Less Is More
4:12 Dont Get G.A.S
5:30 B-Roll and Locations
6:28 Interview and Setup
9:42 Recap

Special thanks to Connor for allowing me to share my experiences.
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Gear list for the documentary film:
Sony a7sii
Canon 24-70mm Mark 2
Canon 45mm 2.8 Tilt Shift
Small HD Focus LCD
Rode Video Micro
EOS to NEX adapter

Interview:
Sony A7Rii with 85mm FE 1.8
Rode NTG2
Zoom H5
Boom Arm
Generay Spectro LED (diffused)
Younguo Air LED Light panel

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