BBC’s “Defending The Guilty” Shoot With Cycle Rickshaw

The cycle rickshaw has been out with the crew from upcoming BBC series
“Defending The Guilty”.
It was used to track with a cyclist around the streets of Ealing.

Cycle Rickshaw On Kleenex Winter Commercial

Chief Productions have been shooting with the bike rickshaw on the latest TV ad for Kleenex’s upcoming winter campaign. DP James Watson and Director Nate Camponi  used the rickshaw for several tracking shots of a cyclist and football players.

Rickshaw at Liverpool FC.

step on rickshaw with seat and balloon wheels

 Steadicam op. Joe Bullen and the crew from Emu Films in Manchester have been shooting the latest New Balance commercial at Liverpool FC. They used the step on rickshaw plus seat to capture dramatic low angle tracking shots across the pitch.
Joe hard mounted his under slung rig to the deck and fitted the balloon wheels to  smooth out the ride and protect the turf.

 

Feature Film “Gold” shoots with rickshaw

Standard Rickshaw
The crew of feature film “Gold” have been shooting with the rickshaw in Leeds and Bradford this week.

Jogging In Barcelona

Here’s Steadicam op. Ramon Sanchez shooting with the step on rickshaw at the beach in Barcelona.

Rickshaw on “The A Word”

Standard Rickshaw

The standard rickshaw has been up in the Lake District this week with the crew “The A Word” series 2 which is currently filming around Keswick and Derwent Water.

 

Safe House 2 shoots with rickshaw

The rickshaw has recently been out with the crew from the second series of police drama “Safe House”, which has been filming around Merseyside and Cheshire.
Balloon wheels helped to smooth out tracking shots over waste ground.

Rickshaw in Barcelona

Step On/Off Rickshaw

Barcelona based Steadicam operator Ramon Sanchez has recently taken delivery of a step on/off rickshaw with additional balloon wheels and cycle mount.

 

Alf saddles up.

Steadicam supremo Alf Tramontin climbed aboard the cycle rickshaw this week for series two of police drama “No Offence”.  To shoot a BMX chase sequence, Alf used the step on/off rickshaw attached to the bike. With his rig hard mounted and underslung he was able to shoot dramatic low angle fast paced coverage

“Surprise Surprise” shoot with Cycle Rickshaw

Bike mount rickshaw

The crew from ITV’s “Surprise Surprise” have been shooting with the standard rickshaw and cycle mount. They needed to track a cyclist around the footpaths of Crawley Country Park. The Director and Cameraman both rode aboard, shooting with a hand held gymbal.