24 Hours In Tokyo: Using a custom built point of view rig

5/18/2015 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


24 Hours In Tokyo is a project created by Jacksgap in collaboration with The Marriott hotel, using  a custom built point of view rig.

JacksGap is an online blog and video project that was born from a love of travelling and story telling. If you do not know yet,  it is a must-read blog.
I’ve always been fascinated in Tokyo as a city. It’s a place that is incredibly strong in it's culture, old in its traditions and teeming with life. For a long time I've wanted to create a video there and recently we were lucky enough to have that chance. The following is my 24 hours in Tokyo. - said  Jackson Harries -

CREDITS:
This video would not have been possible without the relentless help of the people below.

Shot by Jack Harries and Tim Kellner
Edit by Adrian Bliss, Josh Cowan and Jack Harries
Sound by Adrian Bliss
Colour Grading by Greg McCahon
Head rig worn by Tim Shieff
Produced by Nicole Pascoe
Music: 'She' by Chad Lawson as courtesy of The Music Bed
Titles by Albin Holmqvist


Read about making this episode on their blog: jacksgap.com



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