We’ve featured Tyler Stableford’s work before here on PhotoGuides when we marvelled at the beauty of his F16 fighter plane photoshoot. His latest work though is even more beautiful.
Tyler has created a short, poetic documentary called Shattered that considers the emptiness of a climber who has already achieved their dream summit. The words and texture of the voice are absolutely perfect, and the accompanying 1D X footage is nothing short of breathtaking.
Tyler was first in line to get his hands on the new Canon 1D X. The crew took to the ice with a pair of the new cameras and a myriad of lenses, from tilt shift to macro, along with RC helicopters and some pretty crazy climbing gear.
I have to say the camera’s low light capabilities blew my mind. We shot some nighttime footage and the camera could see better than the naked eye. I feel like it’s a game changer in terms of what we as photographers and cinematographers can now capture.
Be sure to check out the behind the scenes videos below that look into the concept, the production and post production. The behind the scenes films will no doubt make you appreciate Tyler’s piece even more!
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