One for Rob L :- An Immersive Look At Water | The Making Of Watermark

Photographer Edward Burtynsky and director Jennifer Baichwal give us an inside look into the making of their cinematic feat, Watermark. The documentary was shot using groundbreaking 5K ultra high definition photography and aerial technology and explores mankind's complicated relationship with water, using a diverse set of stories that challenge how easily we take it for granted.

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Comment by Rob_Lefebvre on May 11, 2014 at 4:38am

Nice.  Would like some more details of the heli.

The film looks amazing though.

Comment by R. D. Starwalt on May 11, 2014 at 7:09am

Super project!

They certainly must trust the heli to hang new, unreleased cameras over a fish farm.

Where did I hear about Hasselblad before...?? Oh wait! They were used on the Apollo missions! From the Wiki:

In 1962, NASA began to use Hasselblad cameras on space flights, and to request design modifications. The first motor-driven camera, the 500 EL, appeared in 1965 as a result of NASA requests. While Hasselblad had enjoyed a slowly but steadily growing reputation among professional photographers through the 1950s, the publicity created by NASA's use of Hasselblad products dramatically increased name recognition for the brand.

Many times cameras are rented or leased for projects. But the Red camera mentioned was probably there for a proving test. What a job!

-=Doug

Comment by gsenroc on May 12, 2014 at 1:08am

That's insane. An Hasselblad H with gimbal is so heavy, it must be an 800 class heli, probably a special model that is made for it.

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