Crossing the Line Films presents: Slow Motion Shooting on Phantom HD Gold

Posted on Jan 22, 2013 in Workshops

Crossing the Line Films will be presenting their celebrated Phantom HD Gold camera, capable of capturing super slow-motion high definition footage at up to 1,000 frames-per-second. The camera has gained a huge following for its capabilities in producing beautiful shots, and now you can take a close look at how it works in practice.

Theo Jebb is a Phantom operator and wildlife cameraman. He has been working as a Phantom operator for almost two years on a large variety of shoots, from features, music videos and high-end adverts to sitting in leach-infested rivers and waiting for days in hides for a single shot. Slow motion filming is still cutting edge, highly specialist and carries a high price tag but high

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definition slow motion is now available to rent at affordable prices, so we think you will find it is both a very rewarding and a very interesting area of film.

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Spaces are free but limited, so book here to ensure a place! Additional tickets will be available to visitors on the day, and will be offered on a first come first serve basis.

Time: Saturday 26th January, 16:00
Places: 12
Admission: Free
Venue: Gallery 2

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