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G-Technology has released the second part of the G-Academy educational series with Sébastien Montaz-Rosset. The programme consists of a series of video workshops that captures filmmakers and photographers at their work and provides behind-the-scenes views of the process. In the second episode of the series, Sébastien Montaz-Rosset takes us through the edit of “Summits of My Life” and explains his creative philosophy. You can watch the full video at the website below.
G-TECHNOLOGY Press Release
Featuring G-TEAM members, the G-ACADEMY programme aims to help others see creativity in action from the creator’s point of view. The programme consists of a series of video workshops that captures filmmakers and photographers at their work and provides behind-the-scenes views of the process. Along the way, the G-TEAM ambassadors will share hints, tips and techniques, and viewers will be able to follow the action from a choice of camera angles. Each session comes with a free downloadable factsheet containing diagrams, equipment lists, summary guide and digital assets so that viewers and aspiring professionals can practise their newly learnt creative techniques.
In the first G-ACADEMY series, G-Technology takes you behind the scenes of independent filmmaker and G-TEAM member Sébastien Montaz-Rosset’s latest project, “Summits of My Life.” This series documents the quest by world champion ski mountaineer, Kilian Jornet who is running up the highest mountains in the world – starting with Mont Blanc in 2012 and finishing with an exciting expedition to the roof of the world, Everest in 2015.
The unique multi-camera footage, with commentary by Montaz-Rosset, gives unprecedented access to the techniques, tools and drive behind his creativity in capturing Jornet’s journey. Shooting at nearly 3500 metres on Grands Montets in France, Montaz-Rosset shares his creative philosophy, while working both on the ground with a DSLR and via a remote control aerial drone. The first G-ACADEMY videos are available at http://www.g-technology.eu/g-academy/.