Hey your lens cap’s on and you’re filming. There’s a lens cap? Yeah, it’s only at 12 minutes. No it’s not, I just started it. Hey, welcome to the party. We noticed you
had a lens cap on before, but it’s good to have you here GoPro HERO4. We’re in Hokkaido, Japan filming the opening
and closing segments of the Japan snow piece. In the story, the lake is a metaphor for a
search for perfection. We have our athletes, John Jackson and Chris Benchetler. John’s going to guide us in with his flute.
Do you want me to turn around to get that shot of looking out in the abyss? Sure. We’re here, we just got to the ski chalet,
we’re at the lake house. We’re going to shoot a little canoe scene on the lake. We have
Nate operating the slider. We have Abe directing and helping out with the slider. I’m going
to be flying the drone, and we have a nice, snowy storm right now, so it’s pretty perfect
as far as filming conditions go. You guys ready? I’m going to yell action when
you guys should start walking. Action! Alright, we’re getting our slider all set
up here. We’re not going to be slowing this stuff down,
so we’re shooting it in 2.7 4:3 at 30 frames a second. That’s how he does it. Alright, ready? One, two, three. Alley-oop.
Whoa, you have been eating a lot of Seiko Mart donuts. I know. We’re going for a date in the canoe. One, two, hut. One, two, hut. One, two, hut. So we’re going to put the heli in the air,
so just aim yourselves directly away from the shore, and then I’ll tell you when to
start paddling. Hai. We’re going to get the slider on the boat
as well so it’s going to do a nice panning shot from one side of the boat to the other
while they’re paddling out there. Alright, let’s aim it back towards shore. I think we got some beautiful, beautiful shots.
It was difficult because it’s a canoe, and there’s water. I think the shots were worth
it. How was it out there? Did you get a legendary
Instagram? Dude, most artistic photo of the year. I’ll