The Brief

IAG is the logistics partner for the National Gallery. We filmed an interview with Larry Keith, head of conservation at the National Gallery, highlighting the cultural significance of the collection and the importance of handling priceless items with both care and precision.

How we did it

Blessed with such an iconic building, we were spoilt for choice with beautiful angles. Our wide angle interview set up (not forgetting the beautiful central atrium in the background) captured the scale and grandeur of the building in an attempt to do the gallery the justice it deserved. Smooth tracking shots were captured on the Movi M15 along with a rubber wheeled dolly, on which Ian could sit comfortably all night, whilst Tom gracefully wheeled him around. We wanted the edit to feel classic, with a modern twist. Given the sheer impressiveness of the gallery and the collection within it, it wasn’t long before we’d stored up a wide variety of shots to take back to the edit.

The Final Cut

 

The Kit List:

2x Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro

Canon CN-E Prime lens kit (14, 24, 35, 50, 85mm)

Canon 70-200mm F2.8 L

Movi M15

Zacuto shoulder rig kit

2X Lishuai LED panels + diffusion

Behind The Scenes

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