“With you” music video!

Posted on September 6, 2011

My friend Benjamin Dante is the vocalist in a band from Denmark, and they wanted a music video. I took the job, and this is the result! I shot it with my new Canon 5D mark ii (I will explain why in a new video), and my friend Stephen St. Peter shot it with his Canon 7D. The video quality in these two cameras are so equal that it’s no problem using both of them together. Hope you enjoy the video! :)

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  1. kiak September 6, 2011 3:02 pm

    Hey! This is mv is very awesome. I’m a big fan of your works. I wonder that what picture style used in this mv because your previous video does not great like this. you said that you use 5D mark2 for this mv right? so you should win the film contest :)

    I am the filmmaker too and I like to follow the great filmmaker like you :)
    yeah so, what picture style you used? . Did you use “color” to grading this MV

    Thanks a lot

  2. Line September 12, 2011 9:32 pm

    Great video ! Love the colours, lights…Oh and by the way, i love the music ! What is the band name?

    Line

  3. Anders Øvergaard September 13, 2011 9:06 pm

    kiak: Thanks! :D Yes I won it! I’m so happy! I shot this musicvideo with the 5D using the flat picturstyle. That means I turn the contrast all the way down. Then I have more details to work with the colors in the post production.

    Line: Thanks Line! :) The band name is “Why don’t we love Lucy”, but they have actually changed their name to “Stereorights” now!

  4. yonji September 29, 2011 11:48 pm

    I don’t want to make music videos buy I have always wondered how you guys can synch the sound of a song with the lips of different clips of video. I don’t know if you can understand what I say. You did it here on this video. You jump form one setting to the other yet the lips are in siynch with the song.

    Congratulations to a new director.