This video was originally intended to be for internal Home Depot training only, but our Husky client liked it so much that they had us do a second cut of the video that is client-facing. For us, this project was driven by the transitions that lead the viewer from one scene to the next. It made the production process a little more complicated, but we think the result is well worth it. To create the movement within the scenes, we used a combination of the Sony F5 on the doorway dolly and the Sony FS7 on the Ronin gimbal rig. We enjoyed filming back at Andrew T. Crawford Ironworks, a really neat ironworking studio in west midtown Atlanta where we’ve filmed a few other pieces.