How To Film In The Fourth Dimension | BTS Tour De Flat w/ Matthias Dandois

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Take a behind the scenes look at how Flatland BMXer Matthias Dandois and film director Christian Rigal filmed ’Tour de Flat.’ The technique they invented together is revolutionary: it’s a derivative from the stop motion. It consists in repeating the same succession of tricks in different landscapes bringing a vectorial approach to the image, in 4 dimensions: static shots, traveling shots, circular shots and drone shots. Everything was filmed with a small crew and materials: one camera operator, one drone and one electronic single-wheeled board.

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