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An ongoing mantra within the film industry is that filming with children or dogs is a big no-no. In hindsight, probably wise advice, though we fared well with an endless stash of dried salmon treats to please his majesty, Lefty the Dog. The concept was to capture Lefty’s curiosity of the new Vans Pro Classics Authentics worn by Johnnie Tang, as he skated past a dog park in Kennedy Town. Initially, we wanted to rent a Phantom and shoot at a thousand frames a second to show the new Authentics in all its glory, however the only rental company of that camera demanded a generator and too many other Knick-knacks not ideal for a skate location where security could kick you out. We ended up using a RED, which we had to rig vertically to film everything at a 9:16 ratio for the Douyin Campaign. Nothing better than to immerse oneself into variable factors which slowly get solved along the way with a great crew.. Woof!