I think one of the most important things me and Kevin discussed is we wanted the video to have a laid back feel to itself and not take itself too too seriously. Both of us are not overly serious guys haha but we do take our crafts seriously. We wanted the day of the shoot to be a fun day and it was. Just a bunch of bros hanging out shooting a video. We were also blessed with the first part of the day with a great overcast sky that made shooting a little easier with the lighting the way it was.
We finished all the shooting in a day. Which in itself, is a great feat. We ended with a lovely evening at dinner among friends.
All that was left was hand the footage off to Shaandiin Tome, an up and coming filmmaker with amazing attention to detail and a gifted eye for editing. She is also coincidentally my girlfriend haha.
Lastly, we handed off the edit to the respected colorist Jesse Heidenfeld to color grade the project and give it life.
Also, we sent off the actually 120 film that was used in making of the portraits during filming. I had no idea what to expect but was happy that most of them came out great. Some are missed focus due the difficulty of focusing through two screens but the imperfections of film are what make it great. Here are the five rolls of film that were shot.