The 'Paris Through a Pentax' Short Shows the Videographer Angle

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: maisoncarnot & designboom
Paris Through a Pentax is a short film by the ad agency Maison Carnot, which shows the perspective of a videographer. Oftentimes people are used to seeing the final product from a creative, but this video shows the work that is done to capture those images.

Another interesting point here is how the perspective captured on film is being done by an older, vintage camera. In a way the entire video is quite nostalgic, showing various Parisian scenes such as sitting in a park with a loved one, and visiting well known sites of this popular metropolis. Of course, the Eiffel Tour and Notre Dame cathedral of one of the many places captured in the Paris Through a Pentax film. This is sure to garner attention for the ad agency Maison Carnot.

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