For the private shoot session with Brittany Rhea I decided to work on creating a boudoir style video - something short, playful and fun.
We shot the majority of her footage with the Canon 7D on a Manfrotto monopod. For lenses, both the 85mm f1.8 lens and 24-105mm f4L IS lens were used.
For safety issues, the one shot where the camera was suspended above the model, the much lighter Sony RX10 was used. Did not have the jib available, so we improvised a camera boom arm by using a Konova slider with one end attached to a Manfrotto tripod. The camera was then panned across the model from above.
For lighting we relied solely on the existing light that filtered throughout the bedroom.
Also played around with reflections in the mirror and some tulle material I had leftover from a previous shoot.
Brittany just rocked it in front of the camera. Whether stills or video, she was very confident and able to take direction well. Although we only had two hours to shoot all of her footage, it turned out much better than I had planned.
The final video came together pretty quickly once I found the right music to go with it. Edited it in FCPX on a Macbook Air.
Really enjoyed the opportunity to work with this amazing model, and hope to collaborate with her again in the near future!
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