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Eurovision song contest 2010

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.... Any one knows the steadicam op?....

Turning around the singers so quick... Amazing!!. :o :o :o :o

Congrats for him.(or her).

 

Hi Amando ..

How r u ? i didn't see the show ..but i know who was working there one of them in Tim Tønnessen.. i have it in i have it in my list on facebook ..

 

have a great weekend .

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Hi Tim

your work was outstanding well done .Could you please tell me more about the behind the scenes production details .Do you fly an archer?assistants etc

Thanks

Louis Puli (from Australia)

pswas that you at the last shot of the show waving at everyone behind the hosts lol?

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.... Any one knows the steadicam op?....

Turning around the singers so quick... Amazing!!. :o :o :o :o

Congrats for him.(or her).

 

 

Guilty

 

 

TIM

 

...CONGRATULATIONS!!!... Dude, what a very good work!!!,

HURRA!!.

:D :D :D :D :D

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Hi Tim

your work was outstanding well done .Could you please tell me more about the behind the scenes production details .Do you fly an archer?assistants etc

Thanks

Louis Puli (from Australia)

pswas that you at the last shot of the show waving at everyone behind the hosts lol?

 

I started a thread about the eurovision there--> http://www.steadicamforum.com/index.php?showtopic=11989&st=0

 

but if I may answer, on the show were two operators, Tim Tønnessen and Tom Moen both are working with an efp model, but I'd also be interested about who did focus? Did you have assistants or pulled by yourselves?

 

by the way it was a great show, especially the steadicam and the crane shots (those were really amazing!) and I'm glad for the winner germany ;-)

 

all the best,

fabian

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Hi Tim

your work was outstanding well done .Could you please tell me more about the behind the scenes production details .Do you fly an archer?assistants etc

Thanks

Louis Puli (from Australia)

pswas that you at the last shot of the show waving at everyone behind the hosts lol?

 

Louis

 

We used Steadicam EFP.

The camera was Sony P1, and a special designed plate connected the camera to LINK L1500 from VISLINK

Follow focus was a Chrosziel DigiFox (a fantastic unit for television) and is controlled by a person sitting next to the stage watching the shots on a monitor.

 

I will try to answer any questions, so just ask

 

And yes it was me waving at the 2D-wirecam at the end of semifinal2

 

TIM

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Tim,

Just want to pass on my compliments to a great job.

I believe you have done Eurovision for a number of years now and yet you still manage to pull something original out of the bag.

Well done!

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Me also - great work by both of you - it looked stunning. Some of the moves were so incredibly quick and precise. Some top-class operating, which looked fantastic. Brilliant!

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Me also - great work by both of you - it looked stunning. Some of the moves were so incredibly quick and precise. Some top-class operating, which looked fantastic. Brilliant!

 

 

Thank you.

 

glad you liked it ;-)

 

TIM

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Tim,

Just want to pass on my compliments to a great job.

I believe you have done Eurovision for a number of years now and yet you still manage to pull something original out of the bag.

Well done!

 

 

Thank you Bo

 

I am glad that you liked it

 

TIM

Edited by Tim Tønnessen

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I have got a lot of questions about the link that was in use on the Eurovision Song Contest 2010.

So I thought that I would post a pic of it...

Here it is

 

I also got many questions about Tally and my Zoom.

You can see them both in the same picture

 

TIM

 

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