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G-Form: Hanley Ramirez is Fearless

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Boston Red Sox, Hanley Ramirez has seen his fair share of injuries since entering Major League Baseball.  Suffering broken ribs from a fastball to the ribs in the 2013 NLCS would be enough to create doubt in the mind of the average player.  Ramirez steps into the batter’s box with confidence knowing G-Form’s line of protection is always there and allows  this Dominican slugger to crush baseballs on a daily basis.

Black Sheep Media House, a video production company based out of State College, PA was brought in on this commerical project to tell the help tell Hanley’s story for G-Form protection.  Shooting on location at Fenway Park, one of baseball’s most iconic stadiums and home of the Green Monster was a treat.

Producer/ Director: Don Hampton DH Productions
Filmer/ DP: Jorge Jovel

Cameras used:
Sony FS7
Sony RX-100V
Lenses:
Canon 24-70mm f2.8
Canon 70-200 F2.8
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Buried with Black Satellite

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We found ourselves in the Pennsylvania woods just outside of State College while filming another scene for Black Satellite’s up and coming music video.  This time, vocalist Larissa Vale wanted to confront an inner fear of being buried alive and we couldn’t wait to turn it into some movie magic.  The setting was perfect as fall had just started in Pennsylvania and leaves littered the ground adding to the look and feel of each clip.  With the help of a fog machine and two stage lights set up just behind some trees, we were able to get some great shadows while enhancing that eerie feel. Safety was always at the forefront for our crew as we could see in Larissa’s eyes that the fear involved with this scene was real.  A huge shoutout to her as she mentally pushed through being completely covered in dirt until each shot was captured perfectly.  Only a few more scenes to knock out and we will be editing this one up.

Keep your eyes open for their new video, dropping soon!