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Chateuville Montage

Behind the Scenes with Lorin Maazel and The Castleton Music Festival

This is a short visual poem about the Festival (seen in more detail in Growing Castleton, the final film). I threw this edit together in one long night, simply meant to share selects with the client, yet I still like the feel and look of it. It was also meant to prove to value of filming with the Canon 5DMark2 for this and future projects. I am presenting it as it was first made, showing the footage as it came out of the camera – with NO color correction. Noise in high ISO footage is clear in a few cases, artifacts are seen in some shots, and color correction would add a lot, but I think it is good to see raw footage, and I like the result enough to share it here. Regarding proving the 5DMark2, we all know it needs no proving anymore, though from this shoot, which also included a Varicam and HVX200, our reaction was that yes, the images are lovely, enhanced by cast lens options, and because of the low light capabilities of the 5DM2, I could film where the other cameras could not. Combining low light capability with the low profile capability, we were literally able to go where one could not before, enabling great angles, viewpoints, and intimacy.



"we are the music-makers
and we are the
dreamers of dreams".