R. Scott Johnson Motion Pictures

Graham’s Turnout Plantation

Compass South Land Sales chose me to produce and direct this film featuring one of their Premier Country Estates. Graham’s Turnout is a 8 million dollar retreat located in South Carolina, featuring trophy deer, competition-level sporting clays and pheasant hunting.  We decided to film this property with a very fluid camera style.  The Movi camera stabilizer and aerial drones gave use the look we envisioned.   If you are a real estate company offering executive-level properties; I would love to explain how high-end video and targeted social media can benefit your business.   © 2015  R. Scott Johnson

Restoration – A BMW R100/7 Story

A short film featuring a beautiful 1977 BMW R100/7 motorcycle that was restored by Steven Hiers. We have been like brothers since teenagers, and created lots of art and mayhem through the years. Here is more of the former. Produced in the beautiful Lowcountry of South Carolina. Many will recognize the historic “Sheldon Church.” Enjoy!

©2014  rscottjohnson.com

Tucked Away Plantation

The challenge: to market a beautiful property for sale in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Compass South Land Sales wanted to highlight the character and emotion of “Tucked Away Plantation.” The footage is cinematic and the soundtrack is epic! Someone will watch this film and “have to have” this beautiful place.

©2013 rscottjohnson.com

Lost Highway – Fall Fashion 2013

An edgy behind-the-scenes/promo film for photographer Holger Obenaus featuring the “Lost Highway” 2013 Fall Fashion Collection.  Still cameras were Phase ONE and Linhof.  Motion cameras were Canon 5DmkIII and Sony FS700.  Edited in Premiere Pro CC with motion graphics and compositing in After FX CC. Grading was done in Colorista II.

©2013 rscottjohnson.com

Pharisee

Very dramatic spot for “David Schaffer Ministries.” I have really been blessed this year to have clients and partners like David Schaffer. This spot perfectly captures David’s passion for Jesus. We pulled this sound bite from one of David’s sermons delivered at “Spirit of Life,” and paired it with stock footage of an abandoned building and motion tracked graphics. For more, visit http://davidschaffer.org

©2012 rscottjohnson.com