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klas
07-22-2016, 06:03 PM
Just finished principal photography on our indie viking feature, Draug. Got a couple of frames I wanted to share...

EDIT:


https://youtu.be/YAGWhPfiZdU

TRAILER!

/EDIT

Shot with the bmcc 2.5k with a Metabones Speedbooster + old manual Takumars.

EDIT: Couldn't include the images somehow. Here are links instead:
http://www.odmarden.se/draug/imgs/stills/draug1.jpg
http://www.odmarden.se/draug/imgs/stills/draug2.jpg

DPStewart
07-22-2016, 07:28 PM
Looks gorgeous!

Roman
07-22-2016, 08:01 PM
Very nice! Would be very interested in seeing footage some day.

strancali
07-23-2016, 11:22 PM
footage? Even a couple of minutes :)

klas
07-24-2016, 07:21 AM
Thanks. We're planning to release it next year and have decided to hold then footage until then for marketing reasons. There is a sizzle reel/trailer (and camera test) out that we shot last year though. You can watch it at www.draugmovie.com

JeanKavanagh
07-24-2016, 07:32 PM
looks great, i love the LUT you've created for it, certainly a good visual hint of what type of movie it is.

klas
06-14-2017, 06:54 PM
More stills from the film. We will have a little trailer/teaser ready to go soon too. Mostly natural light.

klas
06-19-2017, 04:50 AM
Here are some behind the scenes photos from the shoot. I did a lot of things hand held. In the photo from the battle shoot (one with shields) you can see how I sometimes used the camera as a weight and could use the actual rig as a steady cam. I also rigged it as a shoulder cam and (more often) with the rails as support against my body while putting pressure with the top handle.

Rotbart
06-19-2017, 08:07 AM
Looks really good. Feeling the dirt and grit. How did you light the interior with the candles and torches? All practicals?

klas
06-19-2017, 09:03 AM
Thanks! I had made rigs with lightbulbs in the ceiling. Was barely enough though and it is somewhat underxposed. There were no time to add more light so I just hoped for the best and in the end I am really happy how it came out. The grain structure in that shot looks lovely in motion.

klas
06-19-2017, 03:29 PM
I had four of these. Two above the seat at the far end of the table and two more, slightly dimmed, closer to the camera.
EDIT: On the other interior (the one with three actors talking) I used the same rig. I think I only had one (maybe two) of them lit and a redhead gelled with probably 1/2 CTB through a window behind them.

klas
10-31-2017, 10:12 AM
The trailer is released (https://youtu.be/YAGWhPfiZdU). All BMCC except for a couple of drone shots.


https://youtu.be/YAGWhPfiZdU

alex.stefani
10-31-2017, 11:28 AM
Man, your cinematography rocks! Bravo!!!

I've seen that you have used Takumar lenses, I love the bohek quality, very vintage! Can you tell us exactly what lenses have you used (models and focals)? Moreover, is this a 0.72 Metabones Speedbooster (not the bmpcc 0.58 version)?

klas
10-31-2017, 03:32 PM
Thank you very much!

Lenses:
1:3.5/28mm
1:2/35mm
1:1.8/55mm
1:3.5/135mm

There is also some Canon 1:4/24-105mm L-series in the film but I don't think I used it on any of the trailer shots.

I had the BMCC EF Metabones but I think it is 0.64x

Ryan Lightbourn
11-01-2017, 05:34 PM
Very cool Klas! Saw this mentioned on Modern Horrors today & remembered seeing it here! Looking forward to it.

alex.stefani
11-01-2017, 05:57 PM
Thank you very much!

Lenses:
1:3.5/28mm
1:2/35mm
1:1.8/55mm
1:3.5/135mm

There is also some Canon 1:4/24-105mm L-series in the film but I don't think I used it on any of the trailer shots.

I had the BMCC EF Metabones but I think it is 0.64x

thank you very much for the info!