It’s a trifecta with a series of three remarkable short videos. I love the way Panasonic has told the story of the new GX8, but also shared the philosophy and work of Daniel Berehulak.
“Daniel Berehulak, a world-renowned award-winning photojournalist, travelled to Cuba with new LUMIX DMC-GX8 to document an evolving culture and society going through significant social, political and economic change.”
The first video gives you a chance to meet Daniel as
I’ve assisted on a couple of weddings, photographed a few events and a good number of spectator sports, but nothing matches the Spartan Race. The next time you think you’re challenged with a tough venue to work for a wedding or event, think about the photographers covering this one. Even better, think about the editing as images from every camera were put together to make this two minute reel.
Like I said already…What a kick!
Scott Rhea’s quote above pretty much explains the short narrative film below. Technology is constantly taking us in new directions and Panasonic’s tagline of “Changing Photography”
Whatever your photographic specialty is, check out this video from the LUMIX G archives. Photographed in 4 K with a GH4 it’s a stunning example of what Panasonic’s technology has brought to the party…YOUR party! Follow the details in the way Bence has told the story, the music he chose and now imagine a project for a client and your ability to also pull still images off the video, like the one below, and tell an even stronger story!
Bence Máté is an award-winning
“The 4K image detail captured with the new Panasonic LUMIX GH4 is impressive. If a project calls for a small form factor camera shooting in 4K, the GH4 would be a great choice.” Bryan Harvey
To find out more about the GH4 and Bryan Harvey, just click the image to the left. Bryan is an amazing commercial and documentary director of photography. He puts the GH4 to a stunning test in Light of the Yucatan and you can learn more about the video watching the short “Behind the Scene” piece at the bottom. In viewing the video, please note it’s in 4K. For you the viewer