Karl Taylor – Behind The Scenes Making of “Underwater” Music Video

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25 comments

  1. @GreatPhotographyTips Why you no life vest? You would have sunk like a rock with them clothes on. And probably unfortunately die shortly after.

    Great video, learned a lot. But as a role model please emphasize safety.

    Cheers from Sweden!

  2. TheAustinMace

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?! I WAS JUST STARTING TO PLAN AN UNDERWATER MUSIC VIDEO THINKING I WAS VERY ORIGINAL. You beat me to it mate!

  3. haha love it!
    If I was vitr0 I’d be a tad embarrassed 😀

  4. GreatPhotographyTips

    Yes really clear, I remember watching it fly right past, it had wings that flapped up and down, was grey and white with a yellow beak. We call them UFS… unidentified flying seagulls

  5. amazyng UFO in 13:00 in top right!!! its very clear!!!

  6. GreatPhotographyTips

    It was a Seagull with a capital K :)

  7. wow, respect to the model! and great job, it looks fantastic!

  8. Awesome job carl but whats that 13:00 – 13:02….. UFO..?

  9. Amazing Video… well done… as you always do…
    

  10. Wow…thanks for the commentary that explain the art and vision of the video.

  11. Awsome video, whats the thing flying in the background at 12:59?? 😛

  12. Loved your efforts! WOW

  13. FreePhotographyTips

    Very impressive! Well done!

  14. jamespinderphotoman

    just awesomee…..like all your other vids…:D

  15. Thanks for the reply. :)

  16. She should used polarized lenses in her glasses. You can see the studio gear in the reflection! But congratulations! Excellent underwater scenes

  17. peterbucaneiro

    Outstanding! the best I’ve ever seen. Thank you for sharing with us.

  18. Please make more videos like this. I always watch your videos and never commented. But that was excellent! Very interesting. Hugs!

  19. Awesome! Thank you very much for that behind the scenes video! What do you recommend for each scene (beach, pool, tub) – is it better to the whole song in every scene and pick then the best seconds out of the whole footage?

    Best wishes,
    Sascha

  20. You are GREAT !! 🙂

  21. i really want to be ur assistance Karl !!

  22. foxtowerphotography

    Thx so much for walking us through this, Karl. Learned so much as usual. You’re a great teacher. I definitely recommend the Z-Finder. The 85mm portrait lens is the sharpest glass in my bag, which is not always what you want for video, but it’s easier to add blur than sharpness in post!

  23. Karl, you are a true inspiration. Good work man

  24. great video, lots of work.

  25. wow! loving it. Makes me want to pick up my dslr and start experimenting

    thumbs up