We take our cameras in the water, underwater, in the sky, in the mountains, and even into caves and over the cliffs. Our team is composed of cinematographers who have lived on the edge their whole lives. We know what the rush of life feels like at crazy speeds and numbing heights. We love it. How fast can you move??? We’ll be there along the way capturing the rush.
These are some bold statements, yet we’re working on the footage to back them up. While keeping safety in mind not only for ourselves and our gear, we make sure we don’t interrupt your rush of adrenaline, and we find a way to put our cameras in the places they need to be.
While Extreme Sports may not be “Combat” related, the idea of extreme cinematography is how we fight against boring and stale footage. This is why we market this style of elite cinematography here on this site. Our ability to create cinematic chaos and high impact footage is what sets us at a professional standard. We love the rush of life, and we film it at high speed. We’re not just talking about FPS, but we’ve got you covered there too, with high speed filming, and 4K coming soon!
For us, editing a film, especially when it comes to fight scenes or extreme footage, is very much like editing for a theatrical trailer. You know how it goes… these days, the trailers are usually the BEST part of a film. They get our heart pounding and imaginations running. Knowing how to use the editing software is one thing… knowing how to create heart stopping edits for that intense impact is another. We pride ourselves on that creative artistry of extreme editing. We know the music, the sounds, the visuals, and the cuts all have to create of symphony of cinematic chaos.
We take every step possible to secure our cameras and ensure they stay secured and weather/water proof if needed. Safety on the set is our highest priority equalled only by our desire to create cinematic visuals at professional levels. From Drones, to Underwater Casings, to Steadicams and 3-Axis gimbals, our crew and equipment are fully qualified to safely and precisely control and move our cameras in places most cinematographers won’t dare to go.