Go To Team St. Louis Crew | Players’ Tribune – Eric Ebron
“Courage, curiosity and legacy.” This is the motto that Eric Ebron (tight end for the Colts) hopes to imprint on the world after his successful NFL career.
Ebron wants to be a hero to his children even after he retires from playing football. How does he intend to accomplish this? By becoming a firefighter. Ebron is among several NFL players who have partnered with John Hancock and The Players’ Tribune to help bring awareness to the importance of planning for retirement after a career with the NFL comes to an end.
The Players’ Tribune worked with Go To Team’s St. Louis cameraman, Sam Carvana, to help capture the fire station interview that took place in Indianapolis, where Ebron currently resides. The video camera crew used a Sony Fs7 and Leica R Cine Prime Lenses to capture the interview. The Fs7 is a great camera to capture interview footage due to its dynamic capturing abilities.
The camera can be customized to shoot in 4K quality, and even SLog. It’s also an ideal camera to capture B-roll with smooth camera movements. To accomplish a stabilized aesthetic, the crew switched to an easy rig while capturing Ebron learning the tricks of the trade by suiting up in a fireman’s uniform, sliding down the firepole, and learning how to hold his own against the powerful water hose.
Thank you so much to The Players’ Tribune for letting our crew come in and help tell Eric Ebron’s story. We look forward to working with them again on upcoming shoots.