2.1.11

Bracing Ourselves

Ammonite has been busy preparing for the next trip to Costa Rica where among other things we are hoping to film jaguars. We have discussed many cunning plans for this project, jaguars are notoriously good at hiding. One of our schemes is to thread an immensely long cable through the forest and hoist it up above the canopy between two points so that various bits of kit can be set up to glide above the trees (a sort of death-slide for cameras), giving us a monkey’s eye view of the action taking place on the forest floor.

How will we achieve this very difficult task?

We're not quite sure yet - but we have sketched out some ideas that we will be telling you about, meanwhile if you have any brainwaves please let us know.

2 comments:

xl said...

Suggest a Stedicam on an overhead three-point rig. More stable and allows more area coverage than a two-point rig.

Looking forward to seeing your setup.

ammonite said...

That sounds like a good idea xl, I think we'll be trying everything we can think of.