Edward Burtynsky's lastest film "Watermark"

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  1. Tabb Firchau

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    We were lucky enough to work on this project. Ed and his team were the best I have ever worked with. He did not know it at the time but this was the very first project shot on the prototype MōVI before it had even been named!





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    That is so cool. Coming from a Stills background, I think I'm more impressed that you've worked with Burtynsky than any Hollywood blockbuster. Thanks for posting these videos... Perhaps I'm going to need a heavy Lifter to shoot Architectural Stills with ;)
     
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    That's so funny because I was looking at some of my photos from the shoot and comparing our gimbals...

    I'm finally back in Toronto and heading to the post TIFF premiere tomorrow!
     
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    Jaw dropping. Looks like a beautiful work. Can't wait to see it.
     
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    Such a cool look into his work. What made you opt for a SRH over a Multirotor?
     

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