Video of the Day: Symmetry from Everynone on Vimeo.
Made by Everynone
in collaboration with WNYC | Radiolab
Video of the Day: Project Glass live demo at Google I/O 2012
At Google I/O 2012, the Project Glass team took product demoing to a new level. We worked with some of the world's top athletes, combined skydiving and mountain biking, and shared the experience -- through their eyes -- with the world.
Video of the Day: Seoul Time Lapse 2011 from Oh Choong Young on Vimeo.
Beautiful Seoul Project : Time Lapse in Seoul 2011
Camera : Canon 5D Mark II
RAW(Data) Control : Canon DPP, Flame(Discreet)
Color Grading : Baselight
BGM : Arirang (Dwar OST)
Format : Full HD, 4K
Video of the Day: LA Light from Colin Rich on Vimeo.
Music by the amazing Cinematic Orchestra (http://www.cinematicorchestra.com/)
Song is "To Build a Home" off of the Ma Fleur album.
Click to buy the album http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ma-fleur/id255464394
I sought out to capture the electric radiance of Los Angeles at night and paint a portrait of my city.
It took me 6 months of on and off shooting to finish this project.
Shooting time lapses is a labor of love and a study in patience.
This video is dedicated to the memory of my Grandmother. She spent most of her life bettering the lives of others and was exemplary of what humanity can be in its purest form.
Cinematography, direction, and editing by Colin Rich.
Our Production Company: http://www.pacificstarflight.com
Produced by William Ahmanson
Video of the Day: Traffic in Frenetic HCMC, Vietnam from Rob Whitworth on Vimeo.
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is an amazing up and coming city. This time lapse is a culmination of 10,000 RAW images and multiple shoots capturing some of the cities relentless energy and pace of change.
Everyone who has visited Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam knows part of the magic (love it or hate it) is in the traffic. Ever since I first set foot in HCMC I have been captivated by the cities energy. Saigon is a city on the move unlike anything I have experienced before which I wanted to capture and share.
Thanks to everyone who helped with the film and thanks also to the numerous kind people who allowed me access to some amazing locations.
Soundtrack to the video is the energetic Mondo'77 by Looper - http://z6.co.uk/sy
Used with permission.
The Word HCMC magazine has published a Q&A interview with some background information on the project: tinyurl.com/88jp6vn
Official selection at: Tiburon International Film Festival 2012, DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon 2012, Mudfest 2012 and ANIMAYO 2012.
Copyright © All Images Rob Whitworth 2011 - www.robwhitworth.co.uk
Video of the Day: Le Flâneur (music by The XX) from Luke Shepard on Vimeo.
Composed completely of photographs.
A project by Luke Shepard, a student at The American University of Paris.
Location: Paris, France
Camera: Nikon D90
Music: 'Intro' by The XX (http://www.thexx.info)
Special thanks to Henry Farrow Miller.
Video of the Day: BANGKOK - DUSK TO DAWN from Florian Böhm on Vimeo.
Several time-lapses i've shot in Bangkok in 2010/2011.
Song:Who am i - Animatrix Mix-Peace Orchestra, Peter Kruder
Camera: Canon 7D
Lenses: Tokina 11-16, Canon 35,50,85mm
Editing and color correction: Final Cut Pro, Looks
Video of the Day: TimeLapse Barcelona from Loyam
All the shots were taken in the city of Barcelona between may and june of 2011.
I used a Canon 400D+10-22mm+24-70mm+85mm 1.8+70-200mm
Sabbath by Mono
Video of the Day: District 1.5 from Drew Geraci on Vimeo.
HDR Time-lapse @ www.TheVoder.com
DC is one of the most difficult places to shoot. No tripods, no fancy equipment, only a single camera.
After planning my shots and figuring out what time would be best to shoot, I went out and started this HDR Time-lapse production.
During the course of the shoot I was stopped 9 times by NPS (national parks service) and three times by DC Metro police. Apparently there was a target on me... It does look suspicious though when a guy is toting around a giant blue time-lapse slider, 3 tripods and a battery. Because of the numerous roadblocks I wasn't able to use my Dynamic Perception time-lapse slider as much as I had intended, but the shots that I did get were pretty impactful (In my opinion).
This is my first project conceptualized completely in HDR. During the course of the shoot I was able to refine my HDR process and eliminate almost 30 hours of processing time by switching some settings around on both my camera and in certain programs. HDR is one of the most fun things to shoot and this production really opened my eyes to what it's capable of. It doesn't need to be all "Harry Potterish" but a simple and subtle blend of imagery will do the trick. This project is only the first in a long line of ideas I have brewing up in my head.
I hope you enjoy it! And if you like it, please share it!
Thanks so much!
A special thanks to all of those that helped get me access or supported my shoot (with ideas, time, and food!)
(Melissa Myers, Johnny Bivera, David Kosling)
Shot over a 3 day period; ranging from 4AM-12AM.
Rendered, edited and produced in 1 day.
Music by: Gregg Lehrman - "Spirit of the storm"
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II
Canon 50mm f/1.4
Tamron 28-300 f/3.5-5.6
Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
Adobe After Effects CS5
Custom HDR Software
and a Dynamic Perception Stage Zero
For licensing information please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Video of the Day: Metropolis - A New York City Timelapse from Will Boisture
New York City has been my home for seven years and as a filmmaker and photographer I can’t help but be in awe of the vibrancy and beauty of this place . I wanted to create a work that captures and conveys my love for it. This video is something that I have been working to create for two and a half years. As a freelancer, I shot this film in the little windows of time between work, looking for my next job, and getting engaged and married. I’ve shown some of these shots to friends along the way, but this single, unified piece has always been the focus of my filming and I’m very happy to present it now.
I want to thank two people who made this possible; first, my wife Pooja for putting up with my need to shoot sunrises and late-night shots when she’d really rather I didn’t and being my best critic, biggest fan, and muse. And secondly, my awesome friend and collaborator Brandon Bailey who was there from the very first shoot with advice, support and enthusiasm. Thanks for everything!
Filmed between May 2009 and September 2011.
The Whole Story:
Music: "Sweet Disposition" by The Temper Trap
Nikon D700, D7000, D90, D50
Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 ATX
Nikon 14-24mm f2.8
Nikon 20mm f2.8D
Nikon 35mm f1.8G DX
Nikon 50mm f1.4G
Nikon 85mm f1.8D
Nikon 70-200mm VR I f2.8
Nikon 105mm f2.8G
Video of the Day: The City Exposed: Jack the traveling cat
Follow the City Exposed:
A recent Friday at 10:12 a.m.:
Arriving too late for breakfast at their usual spot in the Grandviews restaurant at the Grand Hyatt hotel, Peter Pasquale lifted Jack, his 2-year-old tabby, onto his shoulder and set out in search of another option. Friday is Pasquale's day off from work, and he and his feline companion usually spend the day doing errands or sightseeing. The leash and carrying case are mostly for show, since Jack prefers to ride on Pasquale's shoulder.
Pasquale is a traveling consultant who teaches companies how to use digitized medical record systems. He sets up temporary residence in different parts of the country until his trainings are complete. Every six to 12 months he starts over in a new town. He gets back to Minneapolis to see his wife infrequently, and Jack has become his lifeline.
"It's a really lonely life being a consultant, when you only go home one or two weekends a month. This keeps me sane," he said, stroking Jack's neck while sitting on the edge of his hotel bed. "There is always someone waiting for me when I get home."
The workers at the Grand Hyatt, where Pasquale has stayed since January, are accustomed to seeing Jack and Pasquale together. They ask what's wrong when they see Pasquale walk alone through the halls.
The two attracted plenty of attention at Macy's. Several clerks gathered around making goo-goo noises and tickling Jack's nose while Pasquale picked out new socks and a tie. A cabdriver seemed unfazed as Jack purred on Pasquale's lap during a lunch excursion in the Mission District.
"Everywhere I think I can take him, I'll bring him." Pasquale said he didn't want a cat two years ago when his daughter brought the abused kitten home from a party. But after three days of bonding, he couldn't let Jack go. Since then, they have become inseparable travel companions.
"I don't know how anybody can be a consultant and not bring a cat with them. I don't know how they can stand it."
Video of the Day: Stargate Studios 2009 Virtual Backlot Demo from Stargate Studios
Stargate Studios' 2009 Virtual Backlot™ Demo Reel
Check out our 2010 VB Demo Reel: http://www.vimeo.com/9553622
Please visit our new VFX Channel at www.stargatestudios.net/channel for more cool videos and news!
Video of the Day: Mr. Smith's Peach Seeds from Stewart Copeland
In 1968 Roger Smith ate a peach during a break from work. When he was finished he took out a pocketknife and began carving the peach pit into a tiny pig. 43 years later the retired meter reader and cattle rancher from Culloeka, Tennessee has carved hundreds of peach seeds into hummingbirds, stingrays, gospel choirs, entire villages, even a baseball stadium with 100+ figures. “Given enough time,” says Smith, “I don’t think there is anything you can’t make out of a peach seed.”
Roger Smith’s unique art, inspiring talent, and fascinating life are the subject of a short (11 minute) documentary by filmmaker Stewart Copeland. The explores Smith’s process as well as his inspirations and presents a thoughtful portrait of a self-taught artist who’s distinctive art is as much a part of his rural Southern landscape as it is a reflection of it.
Roger Smith has been featured in the books TRADITION: TENNESSEE LIVES AND LEGACIES by Robert Cogswell and WEIRD TENNEESSEE by Roger Manley. His peach seed Santa Claus was selected as one of the ornaments of the White House Christmas Tree.
Stewart Copeland is a documentary filmmaker from Tennessee. His films have played nationally and internationally, including The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Atlanta International Film Festival, an extended international tour with the Rural Route Film Festival and national broadcasts on POV and The Documentary Channel. Stewart is also the recipient of the prestigious Individual Artist Fellowship through the Tennessee Arts Commission. His last two documentaries were JENNIFER and LET YOUR FEET DO THE TALKIN', both films are available through the Grammy Award Winning label Dust-To-Digital. www.stewstew.com
directed and produced by
interview audio mixed by
Video of the Day: OFFF Pescara & Webfest 2012 - Opening Titles from Physalia Studio
Engines are on, the machinery starts. Join us as we twist and turn to contemplate reality through a different glass.
The Opening Titles for OFFF Pescara & Webfest 2012 were created in a true Physalia spirit, striving to find new ways to move a camera in reality with a control only possible in CG. This time around, we created our biggest rig ever- a multi-sized orbital crane half human-powered, half computer controlled. The different sizes of our rig allowed us to engage in a multi-dimensional trip- from the macro shots taken inside the Lightbox, to the highest flights in the woods.
The Titles were shot in stopmotion with an infrared camera hacked by ourselves- more than 10.000 raw infrared images compose them. The final film has no CG imagery and was shot entirely in stopmotion.
Music: Fernando Dominguez
Special thanks to: Alex Farriol, Alex Trochut, Jacinto Barquin, Javo, Marc Ambros & all of Pamplona 89.
Join Physalia: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Physalia-Studio/312137322501?ref=ts
Video of the Day: Fortune Faded from Fex Schwarz
While smoking a cigarette, a man thinks about what fire destroyed a long time ago in his life. But going further back in time shows what's the real reason.
created at Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart | winter term 2011/2012
Christoph Bachmann | Rainer Bez | Benjamin Dongus, Thomas Drexel | Daniel Galiard | Alexander Heringer | Bianca Jürgens | Andreas Kraußer | Johannes Krieger | Achim Lenz | Felix Schwarz | Rosario Squillace | Michael Wünsch | Johannes Wünsch
Syntheyes | Nuke | Maya | Potoshop | AfterEffects | Premiere
Video of the Day: View From The Closet (Widok z Szafy) from Tomek Suwalski
View From The Closet
Polish title: Widok z Szafy
Some backstory: http://www.tomeksuwalski.com/index.php?/blog/view-from-the-closet-is-now-online/
Official selection Los Angeles Short Films Festival 2006
Official selection Magma Short Film Festival Sicily 2006
Runtime: 7 minutes
Starring Jan Frycz
Written and Directed by Tomek Suwalski (www.tomeksuwalski.com)
Produced by Lukasz Zielinski
Cinematography by Michal Grabowski
Sound Design by Justyna Musialska
Original Score by Lukasz Jaroszonek (www.soundcloud.com/aedes-recordz)
Shot on 35mm. Remastered for HD in 2011.
(Copyright 2006/2011 Diaspora, All rights reserved)
Video of the Day: Bob Colacello: How and Why I Sold My Warhol from boxerbabe llc
What to do with a giant portrait of yourself by one of the most famous artists of the 20th century? That’s the question Vanity Fair special correspondent Bob Colacello found himself asking last fall. In 1980 Andy Warhol, his then boss at Interview magazine, had painted a 40-by-40-inch likeness of Colacello as a gift for brokering a commissioned sale, but after 30 years, Colacello was finding it “hard to live with.” With Warhol prices continually hitting new highs—and with a mortgage to pay off—the writer decided to put his portrait up for auction at Sotheby’s. Videographer Jacques Del Conte headed to the auction house to witness the nail-biting sale and sat down with Colacello, who had plenty to say about the portrait and his mixed emotions in selling it.
Directed and Edited by Jacques del Conte
Music by Chris George
Produced by Dana Brown
Video of the Day: Peter Brings the Shadow to Life
The title of this video by Joe Pease comes from this essay - http://yhoo.it/IBn2mK - which contains paragraphs such as, "It is not uncommon for children to play with their shadows or to imagine that they are tangible. However, in order to grow up, children must leave behind this fantasy...no one ever fully grows up. Instead, growing up is a process that continues throughout life." Of course, it might just be a bunch of shadows. Music by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.
Video of the Day: Division
by johan rijpma
A piece of paper is divided by hand into an even number of pieces and then reassembled.
A photograph of this finished composition is then printed and divided again.
This makes the impossible possible, tearing the now included empty spaces that make up the tears in the paper. This feedback division process is repeated while the number of imprecise manual divisions gradually increase. Everything is created by division.
Video of the Day: ¿Te vas? (Are you leaving?)
Produced by: Think Mol Producciones (www.thinkmol.com)
Directed by: Cristina Molino
Main Characters: Laura Díaz, Pablo Castañón and Luis Muñiz
Editing: Cristina Laguna
Cinematography: Cristina Molino
Art Director: Luis Ramírez
Production Sound Recordist: Susana Castro
Sound Editing and Re-Recording Mixing: Roberto HG (www.findingthesound.es)
Original Score: Dani Molino (www.danimolino.com/)
Hair Stylist, Make Up and Costumes: Vanesa M. Suárez
Steadicam Operator: Amando Crespo
Digital Effects & Color: Dani Kei V. Kaneda (www.danikei.com )
63rd Locarno Film Festival (Switzerland) 2010
Special Mention of the Youth Jury
Festival Cineculpable (Vila-Real, Spain) 2010
Best Director Award
15 Festival de Cine de Zaragoza (Spain) 2010
Best Original Score Award
39 Festival de Cine de Cartagena- FICC (Murcia, Spain) 2010
Best Director Award
XX Muestra Internacional de Cine de Palencia (Palencia, Spain) 2011
Best Original Score Award
Go Short Film Festival (Nijmegen, The Netherlands) 2011
Best Short Film Award Online Competition
Maremetraggio International Short Film Festival (Trieste, Italy) 2011
Best Short Film Award Online Competition
Concurso Iberoamericano de Cortometrajes "La Mujer y El Cine" (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2011
Special Mention of the Jury
Mediterranean Short Film Festival Of Tangier (Tangier, Morocco) 2011
Special Mention of the Jury
Ko&Digital Festival de Cine Solidario 2011
Best Cinematography Award
Festival Nacional de Cortometrajes "Andoenredando" (Spain) 2011
Best Short Film Award
Asti Film Festival (Asti,Italy) 2011
Best Director Award
Shaan-E-Awadh International Film Festival (India) 2012
Best Cinematography Award
Shortcutz Madrid Short Film Festival (Madrid, Spain) 2012
Best Short Film Award
More info here: http://www.tevasshortfilm.blogspot.com.es/
Contact Cristina Molino: email@example.com
Video of the Day: Handmade Portraits: The Bone Carver
Sylvester Ayek (http://sylvesterayek.etsy.com) continues to uphold the traditions of his Iñupiat elders: hunting, foraging, and the craft of carving walrus ivory and wood.
Read the Etsy blog post: http://etsy.me/thebonecarver.
Music by Matt Abeysekera (http://bromeliadmusic.com)
Video of the Day: The Forty Story
The story of a boy born on the day Pentagram opened and how his life has been tracked (and kerned) by forty years of Pentagram design.
Written by Naresh Ramchandani and Tom Edmonds
Directed by Christian Carlsson
Additional animation by Simone Nunziato
Sound design by Iain Grant and Wam London
Music by Graeme Miller
Titles by John Rushworth
Design by Pentagram
Voiceover by Daniel Lapaine
Video of the Day: Stairs to no end
The stairs of knowledge leads to the light. A curious girl in a dark world tries to reach it,
but must face those for who light is an obstacle.
Made as a Graduation film form the "Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, 2011.
More info: http://stairs.daniellakoffler.com/
facbook page : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stairs-to-no-end/192258770860411
-Zinebi international festival of documentary and short films, Bilbao 2011
- Seattle 7th Annual Childrens Film Festival, 2012
- REDCAT International Childrens Film in Los Angeles,2012
-Tricky Women festival 2012, Vienna.
-Monstra animation festival, Lisbon 2012.
-FilmFest Dresden, Germany, 2012.
-Femina film festival, Brazil, 2012.
Video of the Day: ABROAD
Cinematographer and director John Lynch releases his newest film, ABROAD.
Known for capturing surf footage around the globe, Lynch digs deeper in this film to explore how being personally affected by the people you meet can change your perspective for the better.
Produced, Directed & Photographed by John Lynch
Edited by Darrin Roberts
With: Alejandro Rodriguez, Eeva Rydberg, Jimmy Richard Harris, Joss Syahrial
Surfing by: Kimbo, Lucas Vasquez , Jaime OʼBrien, John Florence, Pat Gudauskas, Antonio da Silva, Some Unidentified Chargers
To find out more go to lynchfilm.com the official ABROAD webpage.
Donate to Mercy Corps mercycorps.org/donate
Buy Portishead track here to support Amnesty International: 7digital.com/portisheadamnesty
"Gratitude to everyone who helped along the way and to anyone I handed the camera off to - thank you." - J. Lynch
"Love Cry", "Circling", She Likes to Fight"
Courtesy of Domino Record
"Chase the Tear"
Courtesy of Matador Records
Peter Bjorn and John,
"Objects of My Affection"
Courtesy of EMI, Almost Gold North America
Video of the Day: VISUATARI - 3d Videomapping installation
By Tonner Vi & veoseven
Visuatari is a work using the technique of 3D videomapping, in order to contrast this latest technology with classic sound and picture to video games, giving honor to that days, where children admired such technology could not fail to see and play in front of that virtual world so unknown and so interesting as well.
Video of the Day: Coffees
A short picture by Alex Beh
Love will make you do irrational acts of kindness.
Written, Produced and Directed by: Alex Beh
Produced by: Jory Cordy
Produced by: Christin Trogan
Exec Produced by: John Michaels, Mike Farah and Jonathan Cheeks.
Cinematography by: Morgan Susser
Edited by: Cory Livingston
Effects and Titles by: Protokulture
Color by: Ian Vertovec
Sound Design by: Joel Anderson
Music by: Justin Hori and Mark Scearce
Costume Design by: Chuck D. Willis
Watson Pictures presents, in association with Protokulture
"Full Speed Ahead" by The Rassle
Video of the Day: Shift, a new film by Max Hattler, 2012.
More info and full credits at http://www.maxhattler.com/shift/
Because Magazine review:
"There are certain moments created by artists where it becomes apparent that they have completed a period and are ready to shift up a gear; challenging themselves, challenging audiences and challenging the body of work that they have already produced. Filmmaker Max Hattler produced in 2010 a piece called Spin. This Busby Berkeley-style dance routine played out by plastic toy soldiers seemed to instigate a slight change in working practice, and he presents his latest work, open now, at Tenderpixel. This new installation of three moving image works is entitled (appropriately enough) SHIFT. Commissioned between Animate Projects and Channel 4, the work is the latest in a series of co-productions between the two organisations, in a strand called Random Acts, bringing the work of film and video artists to terrestrial broadcast television. SHIFT is a very strong work. The three minute animation exhibits influences as disparate as modernist abstraction to industrialisation and German Expressionism. The effect is jarring, and in the Tenderpixel basement a fitting mausoleum for sci-fi exploits played out under factory-esque, conveyor-belt conditions. Hattler's work has always been exuberant and anticipatory; SHIFT presents an abstract apocalypse, hearkening back to the fears of the modern age. It's beautiful, and it's scary, and it's utterly engrossing." (http://becauselondon.com/culture/2012/03/max-hattler-shift.aspx)
Video of the Day: VESSEL by Clark Baker
VESSEL is a very ambitious scifi / horror short in the vein of Alien, The Thing and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. VESSEL features a blend of old school, practical creature effects and slick, modern day VFX. The story focuses on Liberty Airlines' Flight 298 and its passengers. Shortly after takeoff, the passengers encounter an otherworldly force and are thrown into a fight for their lives!
Director/Producer: Clark Baker
Producer: Ashley Friedlander
Writers: Matt and Ross Duffer
Director of Photography: Kyle Klutz
Composer: Austin Wintory
VFX: Jeremy Hunt
Creature FX: Mark Villalobos
Editor: Brad McGlaughlin
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.vesselmovie.com for more information!
Video of the Day: Shattered
When you've given everything, what do you have left?
After achieving his dream summit, an elite climber finds himself empty. Broken and untethered, he searches for a fulfillment more lasting than a faraway peak.
Shot entirely on the Canon EOS 1D X
See the behind the scenes of the film here:
Starring: Steve House
Produced and Directed by: Tyler Stableford
Cinematography by: Tyler Stableford and Draper White
Associate Producer: Kate Rolston
Editor: Dave Wruck
Assistant Editor: Ben Thomas
Field Audio: Ben Thomas and Matthew Van Biene
Riggers: Hayden Kennedy and Matthew Van Biene
Music by: Paul Fran-zik
See more by Steve House and his award-winning book Beyond The Mountain at: www.stevehouse.net
See Tyler Stableford's portfolio at: www.tylerstableford.com
Video of the Day: Terra Sacra Time Lapses
An around-the-world time lapse journey celebrating our Sacred Earth. Six years in the making... seven continents... 24 countries.
Photographed & Edited by Sean F. White http://www.seanwhite.net
Original score by Roy Milner http://www.roymilner.com
Full details and locations shot-by-shot:
Versión en español
My life as a filmmaker has blessed me with the privilege of seeing some of the most surreal and timeless places on the planet. These images of our Sacred Earth set to music are my way of sharing some of the magic I've experienced along the way...
"Terra Sacra" ~ Latin for Sacred Earth.
Terra Sacra Time Lapses is a short film featuring remote landscapes and ancient monuments from around the globe. These images were photographed during my assignments and personal travels between 2006-2012.
I've combined my favourite shots from these trips into non-narrative film that touches on a theme close to my heart: Sacred Earth.
The visuals are driven by an original score by composer Roy Milner (roymilner.com). The six-minute film is a journey through three distinct Acts: (I) Primordial Earth (II) Past meets Present and (III) Eternal Universe.
This film is a personal project to share the beauty and awe I witnessed at these locations. I hope viewers will be moved by the intangible power of our Terra Sacra.
Endless thanks to Art Wolfe for hiring me to as the cinematographer for the public television series Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge and taking me to the ends of the Earth where most of the shots from Terra Sacra were made. Art, you are an inspiration and the most driven photographer I have ever known! I learned so much working on this show with our amazing crew and have stories to tell for a lifetime!
Never-ending thanks to friends and colleagues Ian Herring and Maija Leivo of Parallax Film Productions for permission to us shots I took for the television series Ancient Megastructures (National Geographic Channel / History Television) and Battle Castle (Discovery/History Television/ BBC). These assignments provided unprecedented access to some of the world's most iconic ancient landmarks
Infinite thanks to my amazing wife Deddeda for her love and constant encouragement to pursue this project.
Most of the time lapses were shot with a Canon 5D at the maximum resolution using a TC-80N3 intervalometer. A few shots were taken with a Canon 7D and Canon 5D mk II.
All images are single manual exposures, no HDR composites.
Original full resolution images were colour corrected and processed in 16-bit in Adobe Bridge using Camera Raw and exported as JPEG sequences at maximum quality. The rendered JPEG sets were then opened in Quicktime Pro as image sequences and exported at their native full resolution (up to 5K) as Quicktime movies at 23.98 fps with the Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) codec. The ProRes 422 (HQ) files were then edited in Final Cut Pro 7.0.3 on a ProRes 422 (HQ) timeline at 23.98. The master file is ProRes 422 (HQ) 1920 x 1080.
Selected time lapse sequences were also processed using Adobe Bridge and LRTimelapse to smoothen aperture flicker apparent in some shots with large depth-of-field.
If you are interested in licensing any of the shots from the film, please contact me so I can direct you to the appropriate agency.
I would love to revisit many of the locations in this film and other powerful sacred sites around the world to create a feature-length "Terra Sacra". The film would combine real-time, slow-motion, and motion control time lapse imagery - all in stereoscopic 3D. If you are an angel investor, potential sponsor, broadcaster, distributor or someone deeply passionate who would would like to get involved, please don't hesitate to contact me.
- Sean F. White