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(YouTube) Video Here's what you'd look like playing Fruit Ninja in real life. Now with Dubstep   ( divider line 20
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2576 clicks; posted to Video » on 19 Dec 2012 at 2:04 PM (2 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

Fruit Ninja in Real Life to Dubstep!
I wrote the song with my friend Brenden. We're called Scott & Brendo. Download "The Chosen" here: iTunes: | Amazon: Check out our new album: Let's be true friends! Instagram: @scottdavidwinn Facebook: Twitter: Business Contact / Licensing: contactscottdw [at] ----------------------------------------​--- The incredible costumes were made by Allison Dredge! She's amazing! Fruit Ninja played by Christian Busath. You should work with him! Business: // Twitter: @ChristianBusath Sensei played by Keith Hottinger Created by Scott Winn & Jay Davis Directed and Edited by Scott Winn Cinematography by Scott Winn & Derek Pueblo Special thanks to Mark Weiler for providing the camera equipment. Check out his youtube channel: Color Correction by Ben Brooksby Visual FX (lens flares and additional fruit juice) by my friend Nick Dixon This video was shot at varying frame rates between 24 - 2,000 fps. No twixtor or special effects were used. Cameras: Fastcam, Red Epic, Canon 5D Mk II --------------------- Check out the other gear I use on my videos: 5D Mk III : Rode Video Mic Pro: Canon 16-35 : Canon 24-105 : Canon 70-200 : GoPro Hero3+ : Cowboy Handheld Rig : Glidecam HD-4000 : Polarizer :
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