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Reverie by Vincent Laforet

Posted on: September 25, 2008

This short video was shot by the amazing photographer Mr. Vincent Laforet and a small team of friends within the 72 hours that they had this little monster. Amazing high definition footage captured under the terribly harsh low lighting conditions yet yielding some really great HD footages that will make you drool, lust and probably even kill for for the Canon 5D Mark II or well you can start saving some money now. Learn more about the project on Mr. Laforet’s blog. Without any further delay click on the pictures to view the videos.

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