Nikon D-Movie mode has revolutionised photography in bringing cinematic quality movies into the hands of the everyday person and even music video producers.
Australian singer-songwriting musician Snob Scrilla, used a Nikon D90 (using D-Movie mode) to shoot the music video for his hit ‘Heartbreak Scorsese’.
Check out the video below.
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About Snob Scrilla
Snob Scrilla is the moniker taken up by 25-year-old California-born MC Sean Ray, who moved to Australia in 2002. He is now based in Sydney, Snob Scrilla released his EP ‘The Day Before…’ in 2008, with singles ‘There You Go Again’ and ‘Chasing Ghosts’.
Snob Scrilla has performed at Homebake, Parklife and the Falls Festival as well as supporting the likes of Matisyahu, Public Enemy, Pnau & Faker.
His debut album Day One has spawned the singles ‘Heartbreak Scorsese’ and ‘……… (The Song With No Title)’. The latter was featured on Channel Ten’s promo for drama series Rush and debuted at #45 on the Aria Charts and #14 on the iTunes charts without an official release. It also featured as the Daily Telegraph’s Single of the Week.