Last shoot for the AF101 Blu-Ray DVD

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Here I am again this time up in Stirling filming a local football team that is now run by the fans themselves, my son Scott was doing a video blog on the club and I took the opportunity to get some extra footage for my “Heads Up” Blu-Ray DVD.

I have also decided to give you an SD copy in the same double case DVD holder as you would get with a Hollywood blockbuster title, this allows many of you to view the DVD and have the facility to watch the native HD Blu-Ray copy when you get a BR player.

I don’t think football sponsors would care for the shallow depth of field that the AF101 allows but personally I think it adds to the interviews, concentrating the viewing experience firmly on the subject.

I used the Nokton 25mm f0.95 for the first two interviews and the Canon 50mm f1.2 for the stadium interviews, wide shots were using the Lumix 7-14mm f4 lens and the training shots were done with the Lumix 14-140 f4.5-5.8 lens at 15dBs.

Once again I used the Ianiro “Minima” LED camera light to great effect with the mixed lighting you get in a football stadium.

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