Learn more about the LG Gallery Design TV - http://lgoledtv.co/PhilipBloom
LG contacted me to ask if I would be interested in making a video about their new "Gallery" GX (Gee Ten not Gee Ex) series of TVs in exchange for one. Whilst I didn't need a new TV as I bought a really nice LG OLED 3 years ago. I said yes as this TV is so thin and wouldn't stick out as much as my current one, plus there were some features that really interested me! So here is the video I made about it which is MUCH more than me going over the features!
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No shots of the TV were superimposed, they were all filmed live. The pull out reveal shot at the beginning was shot in 8K with the Canon R5 to make the digital zoom possible. I did do some masking on the TV to bring up the exposure in the room as even on the lowest brightness the TV was still brighter than the ambient light in my room and Philips Hue bulbs don't strobe on camera only when on minimum or maximum brightness!
Sony FX9: http://gopb.co/fx9
Skiathos wallpaper additional shots Sony A7SIII:
Sony A7S III: https://gopb.co/a7siii
Zhiyun Crane 2S: http://gopb.co/crane2s
Aputure NOVA RGB Light: http://gopb.co/aputurenova
Other lenses used:
Lenses used for Skiathos wallpaper
Peak Design travel tripod: http://gopb.co/peakdesigntripod
All music from Audio Network
Huge thanks to Julian Wakefield for helping me install the TV!
Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who, for the past 10 years of his 30-year career has specialized in creating incredible cinematic images no matter what the camera. Some of his most iconic work was created with Canon DSLRs.