We recently had the privilege of working with TA Films along with Sony Entertainment to shoot the aerials for Luke Combs’ latest music video, “When It Rains It Pours.”
There were specific shots the Director of Photography, Tyler Adams with TA Films, wanted including shooting with a long lens (100mm Zeiss prime) and shooting wide open at T2.1. This shot entailed orbiting the show boat, with Luke Combs and his friends on the top deck having a great time. Shooting with a long lens like this requires a lot of skill for the pilot (Mike Gentilini, Jr.) and gimbal operator (Ryan Atkins). Here at VidMuze, one of our specialties is shooting with shallow depth of field and long lenses so that we can create the most dynamic and cinematic shots possible.
The clients were thrilled with our performance and loved the footage. That’s what we love hearing!
To learn more about how our team operates on set, check out our “VidMuze in Action” spot.
If you’re needing professional and cinematic aerial cinematography for your next production, please feel free to contact us today.