Seriously. This is EPIC. If you like Jellyfish, that is.
This was shot with the EPIC, mostly at 4k and largely at 120fps. All time remapping and editing was done in premiere and most of the color was done in redcine. From the Still Motion Education blog post (complete with awesome iguana still):
last week we started a series of films for shedd aquarium on their sustainability practices. shedd is located in chicago and is home to over 32,000 animals. … we chose to shoot these films with the red EPIC, which many of you have properly heard rumblings of through our social media channels, and that has also been an exciting challenge. we chose to shoot on the epic because the resolution, raw capability, and slow motion all seemed so fitting for the subject matter at shedd. joyce is producing/directing a series of BTS pieces from the shoot so we will have more on the process, working with the camera, and how it relates to the DSLR world we know so well.
The company working on this is (as we say above) StillMotion.
We’re a band of filmmakers and photographers who, as a rule, always let our curiosity get the better of us. Frankly, we believe that the process of discovery is as important as what goes on the screen. We tell stories – big, small and anywhere in between.
Also, here is a teaser from an upcoming series they’ve got going.