First Shots From Panasonic GH4 In 4k

Posted on Feb 12, 2014 by Alex Fice

Panasonic LUMIX GH4 “Light of the Yucatan” in 4K by Bryan Harvey LUMIX GH4 Special gallery:…

Bryan says:

“I chose the Yucatan, Mexico for this project because of its vibrant colour palate – the intense turquoise blues of the Caribbean, juxtaposed with the whitest sand, and most vivid green jungle…and of course who could pass up the pink flamingos.

I had visited the Yucatan as a small boy in the 1970’s, accompanying my father on photographic assignment for National Geographic. It was my first time out of the country and an amazing adventure for a seven year old. Back then there were no fences, no tour buses – just the Mayan temples rising out of the jungle, and we had all to ourselves. It was great to revisit the Maya sites for this project (nearly 40 years later), and we were able to arrange filming for a few hours while the park was still closed to the public. It definitely took me back to my childhood and it was a very powerful feeling to be alone amongst these sacred sites.”

“The 4K image detail captured with the new Panasonic LUMIX GH4 is impressive. If a project calls for a small form factor camera shooting in 4K, the GH4 would be a great choice.”


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