Steven Boyle Uses Phantom Flex for Dreamy Elephant Music Video

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Director Steven Boyle used a Phantom Flex to create the slow-motion sequences in the dreamy music video for Elephant's "Shapeshifter."

He says, "Everything you see in the shot was all captured in camera. We shot several plates of the objects being thrown into frame, from each side of the frame, at different angles and trajectories at 1000fps. The best elements were then composited together into one shot. Overall I think the final shot consists of about 14 plates all stitched together."

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