Adrift gets shortlisted for the Open Shutter Awards

Adrift shortlisted for open shutter awards

The short “Adrift” that I made with Peter Naylor has made it to a short list of ten for the Open Shutter Awards 2010.
The British Journal of Photographers, in association with Canon, is organising the first UK HD-DSLR Awards, open to all kinds of HD-DSLR films, from documentaries and commercial promos to creative films.

The inaugural Open Shutter Awards celebrate the emergence of filmmaking using an HD-DSLR and looks to reward those photographers and filmmakers who embrace the new convergence of technology to express their creativity and innovation beyond the still image.

Aimed at all UK-based photographers and film-makers, Open Shutter aims to encourage excellence in the fast-developing world of convergent image capture, recognising the best films and multimedia works shot on HD-DSLRs such as Canon’s EOS 5D Mark II. The introduction of broadcast-quality HD video to the latest generation of DSLR cameras has democratised filmmaking, rendering movie capture truly affordable and opening new creative opportunities.


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2 Responses

  1. Simon Barnes says:

    Hi Paul, I was looking at the glidetrack site and followed the link to your site. I’ve been looking for an excuses to invest in a slider system and this video has tipped the balance, only trouble is I’m now also going to invest in a pull focus system as well! Great little video, any advice on what to consider for a pulling focus system ?

    Regards, Simon.

    • Paul Joy says:

      Hi Simon, I use the Shoot35 CineFocus and really like it.

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