A behind the scenes look at the Kinjaz video shoot. Here you will see some cool rehearsals, some vfx breakdowns, and some bloopers. I just want to show the hard work that everyone put in for this project. Long hours were spent shooting, and many weeks were spent editing. A lot went in to get this done. So after you watch the behind the scenes, as well as, the original videos, I hope there will be a greater appreciation to the final product
This is the shot where the camera will zoom in to Toy Box’s foot for the “slow-matrix” effect. After keying out the green, I had to build a 3 dimensional room with still pictures of our “Training Room-set up”. This trips me out because, I LOVE the camera movement on this shot. When you watch the video of the “behind the scenes” you will see that I added smoke, debris, and a cracked floor. One of my favorite shots to showcase
Color Grading is still a process for me, but I have been learning the past few months and I think I’m getting better. I also, wanted to put more visuals around the dancers so it seemed like there were in a different country, let alone a high mountain top. I was going for an “ancient Chinese, abandoned, dirt road-looking feel”
anyways, I hope you see the fruits of our labor.
Big ups to Chris Yu for doing the cinematography! it was sick.
also big thanks to Mike Song and Anthony Lee for being such professionals while putting this thing together. They are great producers