My friends at Parallax Films have combined stills photos and video frame grabs I shot for their series Battle Castle to create these very cool motion comics which reveal the bloody backstory of the sieges and their charismatic characters. Consider … Continue reading
In addition to my role as the series cinematographer and 3D stereographer for Battle Castle, I was also tasked to shoot high-resolution stereoscopic 3D photos from our locations in the UK, France, Poland, and Syria. I rendered this gallery of … Continue reading
Parallax Film Productions have released three trailers I shot and edited for “Battle Castle 3D: Dover” and another test shoot from Malaga, Spain. This is B-cam footage shot with two synched 5D mk II on a side-by-side rig. The A-cam … Continue reading
Hosted by Dan Snow, Battle Castle brings to life mighty medieval fortifications and the epic sieges they resist: clashes that defy the limits of military technology, turn empires to dust, and transform mortals into legends. I was hired by Parallax … Continue reading
My first 3D film, Blowdown 3D, is now airing on the Discovery, Sony and IMAX joint venture 3D channel “3Net”. Blowdown 3D is the world’s first stereoscopic 3D documentary on structural demolition. Our crew used 20-customized 3D rigs to capture a … Continue reading
I’ve just returned form 10-days filming 3D at Dover Castle in the UK with renowned presenter Dan Snow for the forthcoming television series Battle Castle. Our team endured high winds and frosty conditions but was rewarded with unprecedented access to … Continue reading
A team of demolition experts implode iconic structures built to withstand time, gravity and natural disasters. Produced by Parallax Film Productions for National Geographic Channels International and History Television. Season II – Directed and co-camera by Sean F. White Season I – co-camera … Continue reading
The fascinating stories behind the construction of the world’s most iconic ancient monuments. Produced by Parallax Film Productions for National Geographic Channels International and History Television. Cinematography by Sean F. White.