Original comment: Resumen de la final de FLATLAND BMX de LKXA Extreme Barcelona 2015 presented by Mountain Dew España que se celebró el 13/07 por la tarde.
El eterno VIKI GOMEZ ganó la medalla de oro cumpliendo su promesa de unos días antes por delante Matthias Dandois (plata) & Alex Jumelin BMX (bronce).
Special thanks to GoPro as our bmx sponsor!
Original comment: Oleg Efimov BMX Flatland. Filmed in Montjuic, Barcelona
Filmed on Sony A7s, 25fps
Lenses used: Canon f4 17-40mm L series, Canon f1.8 50mm, Samyang T1.5 85mm
Stabilised with DJI Ronin
Edited and graded in FCPX (never to be used again) with Peterborough 16 LUT at 75% and basic colour curve
Original comment: A BMX bike becomes an unlikely paintbrush in this film by
Director Greg Hackett. Paint capsules attached to the wheels
of a BMX bike feed paint onto a dark space while a rider turns
and spins on top of it. The natural movement of the bike’s
wheels emphasis the beautiful patterns that the rider creates.
With Action Cams by Sony attached to every imaginable
angle, we find ourselves watching an extreme-sports video
that results in a work of art.
How this was made:
Action Cams were mounted to three parts of the BMX: the
handle bars, the rear stays and a specially designed rig that
hangs one meter out from the rear stunt peg. The rear stunt
peg camera provides a unique perspective as paint is
distributed out of the bike’s canisters. Hackett also worked
closely with Director of Photography Duncan Telford to create
a meter long arm for the camera to point down towards
pattern being created on the ground.
DIRECTOR: Greg Hackett
LINE PRODUCER: Rupert Savage, Steven Richardson
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Duncan Telford
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Charlotte Norman
EDITOR: Matt Felstead
CAMERA USED: FDR-X1000VR
Full HD: 120p/100Mbps 60p/100Mbps
Advanced SteadyShot for image stabilization
170° Ultra-wide angle (when SteadyShot is turned off)
Tough and splash proof outer body
ZEISS® lens for precision optics