A mini tilt-shift adventure at the Eden Project: The Butterfly Effect

October 12, 2012
Author: Hannah

Here’s a lovely little story of a small adventure at Eden. We filmed using a tilt-shift lens, which makes real people and the Eden site look like tiny models!

We had quite adventure filming it too, a lot of it from the top of a cherry picker. Our dedicated cast of volunteers turned up at 6.30am on a Sunday so that we could get started before all the crowds arrived.

Just as the sun was coming up over the site we were filming an early breakfast in a chilly Mediterranean Biome. And by 10 we were in the thick of it in the steamy rainforest, getting shots of the very photogenic canopy balloon in flight from the Rainforest Lookout.

Check out how we made it in this behind-the-scenes video.

We’d like to say a big thank you to our volunteers: Hayley, Bob, Natty, Mia, Katherine, Georgie, Nicky, Anna, Jasper, Claire, Sam, Maya, Mia, Ben, Danielle, Dee, Grace, Tallulah.

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One response to A mini tilt-shift adventure at the Eden Project: The Butterfly Effect

  1. Hayley Goleniowska says:

    We had a wonderful and memorable day with you all, filming this lovely piece. Thank you for including us.
    “Gently changing perceptions of Down’s Syndrome from within hearts.”

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