Video of the Day: RUARRI JOSEPH :: Till The Luck Runs Dry from LIGHT COLOUR SOUND on Vimeo.
Tony Plant is an Artist like no other. What you see here is just a small cherry on a cake to the Artwork Tony has done over the years. It was during the making of this film i realised the depth to Tonys Artistic talents as he explained to me that in one of the shots there was a pole he had painted red over 6 years ago. He saw the Pole was rotting and the texture of the dyeing grain represented the veins of life decaying away. By painting them Red the Veins stood out. It would only be the Passer by with open Eyes and mind that would see the Pole and see its future within its surroundings....The intention wasn't to Look at the pole. But to stop, and see the beauty we are surrounded by.... Shot in the beautiful setting of Park Head, Near Bedruthen steps on the north coast of Cornwall. A winters day was spent following Tony Plant and capturing one of his amazing Beach Drawings for this music video of Ruarri Joseph's 'Till The Luck Runs Dry'. To see more from Tony Plant :
WEBSITE : www.tonyplant.co.uk
FACEBOOK : www.facebook.com/tony2plant
TWITTER : www.twitter.com/LastTreeOnEarth
Music Video made by Light Colour Sound for Ruarri Joseph's performance of 'Till The Luck Runs Dry' from the Album 'Brother'.
Film Commissioned to Light-Colour-Sound
Director's : Tim Boydell and Ruarri Joseph
Director of Photography : Tim Boydell
Grip : James Keith
Post : Tim Boydell
WEBSITE : www.lightcoloursound.co.uk
FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/LightColourSound
TWITTER : https://twitter.com/LCSODC
LUCID from Jack Haslehurst on Vimeo.
Exploring the ideas of sight and imagination.
In this film I wanted to let the viewer project themselves onto the character and experience these locations as almost dream like space, beyond their control.
Shot over a four day period in various locations around south of England. I used a GoPro HD action camera for the majority of the shots and also a Canon 60D.
Water & Rocks, New Zealand from Metron on Vimeo.
New Zealand, South Island
Thank you for watching,
Music: Water by SaReGaMa
Hot Air Balloon Pilot: Hugh McLellan
Sunrise Balloons, Queenstown
Aoraki / Mt.Cook, Mt.Tasman, Milford Sound, Lake Matheson, Lake Tekapo,
Castle Hill, Arthur's Pass, Tasman Glacier Lake, Hooker Glacier Lake,
Gillespies Beach, The Remarkables, Queenstown
Set of "Making Of" photos can be found here:
Ashes and Snow by Gregory Colbert from Gregory Colbert on Vimeo.
Gregory Colbert’s Ashes and Snow feature film captures extraordinary moments of contact between people and animals as seen through the lens of the artist’s camera on more than thirty expeditions to some of the earth's most remote places. Written, directed, produced, and filmed by Gregory Colbert, it is a poetic field study that depicts the world not as it is, but as it might be—a world in which the natural and artificial boundaries separating humans from other species do not exist. The viewing experience is one of wonder and contemplation, serenity, and hope.
Edited by two-time Oscar-winner Pietro Scalia; narrated by actors Laurence Fishburne (English), Enrique Roche (Spanish), and Ken Watanabe (Japanese). Musical collaborators include Michael Brook, David Darling, Heiner Goebbels, Lisa Gerrard, Lukas Foss, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and Djivan Gasparyan.
Overture from Dan Sachar on Vimeo.
(All the tips from the "Tip Jar" would be used for my upcoming short, Nostalgia!)
"Ever since I saw it last June it has haunted my thoughts like almost no other film this year, short or feature... a poetic sci-fi at its very best."
- Ben Umstead, Twitchfilm.net
The abstract story about a lone survivor lost in a dying world. A man struggles to connect pieces from his daily scavenging routine and bits from his repressed memory. When a woman appears in his desolate forest world, she's intent on making him face his past and consequent fate.
-Twitch's BEST shorts of 2011 (bit.ly/T8rtIY)
-Film Court's BEST shorts of 2012 (bit.ly/TjYczx)
-3rd place winner - Fano International Film Festival (Fano, Italy)
-2012 Comic-Con Independent Film Festival (San Diego, USA)
-2012 IBAFF International Film Festival (Murcia, Spain)
-2011 Stockholm International Film Festival (Stockholm, Sweden)
\\ The soundtrack by Dror Shiman is available here: http://bit.ly/ZagvX2
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PRINZENZEIT * KORSIKA from david babendreyer on Vimeo.
This film is dedicated to my girl and our fantastic dog…
Everyting was shot during our vacation on the wonderful island Corsica.
Three really inspiring weeks - camping underneath eucalyptus trees, wandering on wide beaches and wonderful landscapes which were breathtaking.
It´s always the same when i´m travelling - always having to compromise between gazing through the viewfinder and taking time to relax from work.
More about PRINZENZEIT in early 2013 ... stay tuned !!!
Music: Sigur Ros "Samskeyti"
Tools: Canon 5d mk 3, Fuji X10, Leica M3, Canon 24-105mm, Nd Fader, small hd dp4 evf, Zoom H4n.
more Pictures on my blog: http://jumpcuts.de/blog/
Faenger from Fabian Koppenhöfer on Vimeo.
This is my last short movie. Have a seat, enjoy and please drop me a line what you think...
Character Design in collaboration with Markus Färber • http://holob.blogspot.de
• Sounds mainly from freesound.org, rearranged and mixed.
• Done in Cinema 4D, After Effects and Element 3D
"Making of" and all other infos and credits soon on www.fabiankoppenhoefer.com
NOVEMBER NÖVELET | USELESS /// projet de fin d'étude. from matthieu chauvirey on Vimeo.
A voir en full screen et HD.
Projet de fin d'étude réalisé dans l'optique de me confronter virtuellement à ce que j’espère connaitre un jour dans le monde du travail: les gros projets vidéos compliqués qui font péter les plombs.
After effect et Camera tracker ainsi que Particular ont été utilisés. Les simulations de fumées, le temple ainsi qu'un plan ont été réalisé avec Blender.
Trip to Mexico from Andrew Julian on Vimeo.
I brought my new Blackmagic Cinema Camera with me on a recent trip with my wife to the Bahia de Banderas area of Mexico. We stayed in Mismaloya, about 20km south of Puerto Vallarta. If I had it my way, the camera would have been glued to my hands for the entire trip, but considering it's not water-proof, I had to leave it at the hotel quite a bit.
We did a day trip north of Puerto Vallarta and explored towns, beaches, and did a small jungle hike. In Valle De Banderas, they were celebrating their town's anniversary, or at least I think that's what a banner said. At any rate there were many people out celebrating.
I love shooting with the BMCC! Little issues aside, it is an amazing camera! I love how it makes me slow down while shooting. Considering I'm getting about 25 minutes of raw footage on each 240gb SSD, and the fact that you can't delete clips or format the drive from the camera, makes me feel as if I'm shooting film. On this trip I had no way of downloading footage or formatting the drives. It felt like having an old slr film camera with me and just a couple rolls of film.
I shot all raw and processed the images in Lightroom. I had thought to take Resolve for a spin, but my main workstation stopped working and Resolve won't run on my laptop. I used a calibrated HP monitor.
I experimented with different color grades and you will see different styles in this film. There's even a single random BW shot in there. Uncompressed raw and 13 stops of dynamic range is a powerful mix. Being able to process the raw images in a variety of programs is freeing, and re-processing old footage with new color correction tools is something I look forward to.
Download the original if you want to see the full quality. Not much else to say really. It's good this camera will be shipping in larger quantities soon. Sorry to use an already over used phrase, but this camera is a game changer and needs to be in more people's hands! I can't wait to see what people shoot with it, and what the other camera manufacturers come up with to compete.
P.S. The reality of owning a camera called the Blackmagic Cinema Camera is at times a bit awkward. I'm finding myself saying things like, "No, I'll use the Black Magic." which tends to make strangers in the vicinity raise an eyebrow. Oh well. It's a small price to pay.
Music: I Wanna Go by Summer Heart
Canon 24-70mm (no iris control yet, so all wide open at f2.8)
Canon 70-200mm 2.8 IS Mark II
B+W ND Filters
It was the light from Jeff Morris on Vimeo.
Please watch in Fullscreen HD with sound for best quality.
"It was the light" is a time lapse piece consisting of over 40,000 still photographs shot on the Canon 5D Mark III and Canon 5D MarkII.
I've always been fascinated by how diverse San Diego county is. You can visit the beach, mountains and desert in less than a two hour drive. I could take you to every single location in this film in the same day!
Directed: Jeff Morris
Filmed & Edited: Jeff Morris
Canon 85mm 1.2
Dynamic Perception Stage Zero dolly
"A Dream in Death" by Tiny Telephones