Setting out to create “At the chime of the city clock” I knew I would need someone special to pull it off.
I was lucky enough to be able to contact Tali, An amazing actress and accomplished practitioner of “Acro-Yoga”.
She would be the one doing all the “flying”.
But as always, the first step was to create a terrible sketch of how it would be done-
Next, we got everything into place, made sure the time of day would allow for no direct Sunlight,
And we got crackin.
Avner Held Tali up “Superman” style- and what was really amazing with working with such professionals was their ability to do so many different variations and hold it in place.
This is what is looked like with everything happening-
After about 100 attempts- it all fell into place quite perfectly(we did a version with a hat that made it into the final edit)
*Big thanks to Tali and Avner for sharing their awesome skills,
and Sivan And Dvir- who did amazing lighting work.
5d mk2 , 16-35 2.8L , Manfrotto Tripod, Lastolite ezybox, 580exii, umbrella.