Here is a video I shot while I was doing a road trip in California. We drove from Orange County to Paso Robles. On the way back we passed through Morro Bay and we drove down to Santa Barbara. Our last stop was the fantastic Malibu.

This video was submitted to the Filmic Pro Short Film Contest, categorie: places.

Shot on iPhone 6s Plus with Moondog Lab Anamorphic Adapter.

App: Filmic Pro
Edited on FCPX
Graded in DaVinci Resolve

Original Music by: Giuseppe Vasapolli – Scirocco

More info on California on the road – Filmic Pro Short Film Contest (Places)

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