Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes loved the ‘Hard Knocks’ drone shot like the rest of us

Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes loved the ‘Hard Knocks’ drone shot like the rest of us

Possibly one thing from the series that is getting universal recognition is the drone chance at the beginning of the third episode. NFL Films utilized a constant drone shot to provide the world a view of The Star center in Frisco, Tx.
Among those impressed by the cam work was Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs looks on from the sidelines versus the San Francisco 49ers. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images).
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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was impressed like the rest of us when seeing the remarkable “Hard Knocks” drone shot in the programs newest episode.
The Dallas Cowboys have so far dominated the preseason headlines, especially when it concerns the status of quarterback Dak Prescott. They likewise have been in the spotlight for their look on the latest season of HBOs “Hard Knocks.”.

Some details on that extraordinary 4 minute @HBO Hard Knocks drone shot to begin Episode 3: Directed by Jason Weber (@NFLFilms ), who in addition to his team and the people at @skycandystudios, utilized a FPV (very first person view) drone made by Cinewhoop that had a GoPro connected to it. (1/2).
— Peter Schrager (@PSchrags) August 25, 2021.

One constant drone shot, prepared for weeks, shot simply prior to Cowboys returned from Oxnard. The take that made Hard Knocks was the 15th shot.( 2/2) The production group had 3 hours to movie the drone shot because of an indoor boxing match taking location later on in the day.

According to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News, NFL Films prepared the drone shot for weeks while the group was still at Oxnard, Calif. for the start of training camp. In addition, the view of The Star that made “Hard Knocks” was the 15th shot.

So there you have it, it took 15 shots and 3 hours to get this view of the Cowboys training center. An idea of the cap is well been worthy of for the crews included, due to the fact that they left audiences in wonder with the fluidness of their drone camera work.

Patrick Mahomes impressed with “Hard Knocks” drone shot.
There is lots of reason to be left in awe by this video camera work. According to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News, NFL Films planned the drone shot for weeks while the group was still at Oxnard, Calif. for the start of training camp. Furthermore, the view of The Star that made “Hard Knocks” was the 15th shot.

Due to the fact that of an indoor boxing match taking place later on in the day,( 2/2) The production team had 3 hours to film the drone shot. They did 15 takes … they accomplished on the 15th. I do not think its excessive to say Steve Sabol would have been darn proud of that sequence. @NFLFilms.
— Peter Schrager (@PSchrags) August 25, 2021.

Peter Schrager of FOX Sports and NFL Medias “Good Morning Football” host further elaborated on the process. The NFL Films and Sky Candy Studios crews utilized a first-person view drone by CineWhoop and attached a GoPro video camera to it. They just had 3 hours to get the shot due to an indoor boxing event taking place later in the day.

So how was this done? One continuous drone shot, planned for weeks, shot just prior to Cowboys returned from Oxnard. The take that made Hard Knocks was the 15th shot. NFL Films Shannon Furman: “Big credit to the Cowboys for permitting us to own the facility for a whole morning.” https://t.co/T4Uxme1889.
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) August 25, 2021.