Video: (Happy) 4th of July

by Dave on July 3, 2010 · 0 comments

|| Client: Levi Strauss
|| Project: Go Forth

We went on a road trip for 30 days to 30 cities filming one story each day of people around America.

This day we were in downtown Asheville, NC for the 4th of July celebration. We didn't know a soul but by the end of the night we found ourselves in a parking lot with new-found friends setting off fireworks illegally. And we got there in a convertible driven by a friend who looked like he fronted a 50's rockabilly band. All in all, an amazing night and one of the more meaningful videos we made.

Short film from this trip:

Cameras: Canon 5D Mark II
Lenses: 24mm 1.4L, 35mm 1.4L, 45mm 2.8L t/s, 50mm 1.2L, 70-200mm 4.0L, 70-200mm 2.8L IS

Music: The Guest Room
Song: When Might Makes Right

edit: You can read our friend Andrew's blog post about the evening here:

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