Livability UK – ‘Let me work’ campaign – Won GOLD at IVCA awards.
Production: Spectrecom Films – London, UK
My Role: D.O.P – Sony F3 with CP2 Prime lenses.
As IVCA put it themselves: “The IVCA Awards are recognised as the premier marks of excellence for effective business and public sector communications in video, interactive projects, business television and digital media.”
Basically, this means that if you work in the online video & digital world in London, these awards are a recognition of some of the best corporate & promotional film-making and digital campaigns over the last year.
The IVCA Clarion awards concentrate on content that was created with a CSR, Diversity, Sustainability, community development, health issues, education and social welfare theme.
I am thrilled to have been involved in the making of this award winning short promotional film. I shot the sequences with Darren, a camera technician at Olympus in the UK. All of Darren’s sequences were shot in the one day using the Sony F3 and Cp.2 Prime lenses.
Directed by Steve Milton, Spectrecom | D.O.P: Paul Moses | Edited by Spectrecom.
Shot on Sony F3 with shoulder mount rig
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