Back in September, I was the photographer in a promotional film project for the Panasonic Lumix GH5 camera system.
Of course, we ventured out to the lava flows.
It was three days of filming along with one night.
This was a large group and all did well on the long night hike to the lava flow. For most, it was their first experience at lava flows. The flow rewarded us all with two streams of lava at the base of the pali. They would spread out onto the flats near the base. The weather was also great until we started our trek back. Heavy cold rain moved in. That is perfect and much better than hiking back in the brutal Hawaii sun.
The GH5 is an incredible camera. The options for video are endless. Stunning 4K at 60 fps.
Met several great people who were involved in the project.
My lava flow videos can be seen below or on my Youtube channel. The Youtube channel will have the description.
More video coming from the GH5 of surfing here on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Also, news about the new gallery I’ll be in here in Kailua Kona after Thanksgiving.
Feel free to leave comments if you have anything to say.
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A big thank you to Transition Productions, Pyramid Film Inc., and Panasonic.
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