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Together Strong


Sometimes you put a lot of effort into a single shot. We set up the camera crane to take an over-head shot of the desk. However, this shot didn't make into the final cut. We also call it 'kill your darlings' when we part with recordings that we really like or that we have put a lot of work into. In the end, only shots that really contribute to the story make it into the film.

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Early morning, sunrise, and very few attempts to use the golden hour light for the final scene of the film. The shot worked and the cameraman's delight couldn't be overlooked.

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Some things are easier to imagine than they are. When two boxers hit each other in the ring, they pay little attention to their surroundings. It was therefore a special challenge to get close enough to the action without being knocked out yourself.

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We had our own song produced for this corporate film. Every beat, the tone, every emotion had to match the pictures perfectly.

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Disconnector


To shoot the kitchen scene, of course, we needed an authentic location. We found what we were looking for in the World of Kitchen Museum in Hanover, where we were allowed to shoot for a whole day in this beautiful old kitchen.

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Skoliose? Und jetzt Physiotherapie!


That was pretty high and with a seven kilogram camera rig really no small thing, but we really do everything for a good shot.

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Skoliose? Und jetzt OP!


The recordings in the operating room were extremely exciting. X-rays, heart sounds, the calming words of the anesthetist - that's exactly how it works in reality. ... in our outfit, however, we couldn't have won a beauty award.

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Kuhn Stories - The 360° Suit


To show that the fabric of the jacket is water-repellent, we placed drops of water on it with a pipette and then blew them away. The whole scene was filmed in slow motion and looked really good.

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Kuhn Ceremonial


A large crew was involved in the shoot.

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Ice Aliens


With an expensive camera on an EasyRig, you won't get very far on the ice at the speed of ice hockey players. Sascha was therefore pushed across the ice by a player on a cart in order to be very close to the action.

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Ballroom Blitz Tribute (Official Video)


We had to go very high for the recordings on the jet, so we built the crane at a height of six meters to get the right camera angle.

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Ballroom Blitz Tribute (Official Video)


We organized a dedicated concert for the live scenes so that we had 600 people in the audience to make those scenes look good. The technical equipment for these shots filled a whole truck.

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793 (Official Video)


The camera is mounted on a gimbal on the exoskeleton, which ensures that you can take smooth recordings, even when the cameraman is walking around wildly.

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793 (Official Video)


That was an interesting shot. The Vikings should emerge from the fog and run past the band's guitarist towards the camera. Sascha thought that his last hour had come when the Vikings ran up to him screaming and swinging their weapons. But everything went well and the footage looks really great in the film.

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Mr. Gray, Episode 1


We often set up a director's monitor for our customers so that they can see what is being shot from the actual view of the camera.

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Mr. Gray, Episode 1


That was the explosion scene. The engine didn't explode, of course, and Florian wasn't even standing in front of the bonnet. It's all fake, but it still looks really good in the film.

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