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We know, you’ve been holding your breath. Here it is. Unicorn Picnic presents the Pretty Faces trailer….turns out it does exist.
Special Thanks To: Eddie Bauer, REI, GoPro, FlyLow, Smith Optics, Backcountry.com Glacier City Media, Stella Media, Stohke, Earlyups, Blister Gear, Mike Doyle, FatBlades, Teadora, SlideWright, the Toast, Centro, Coalition Snow, Liftopia, Heidiskis, PowPowPow
For more information including tour information head to unicornpicnic.com
FEATURING: Rachael Burks / Lynsey Dyer / Ingrid Backstrom / Elyse Saugstad / Angel Collinson / Nadia Samer / Lexi Dupont / Louise Lintilhac / Jacqui Edgerly / Suzanne Graham / Tatum Monod / Izzy Lynch / Leah Evans / Kristen Ulmer / Wendy Fisher
Devin Logan, Claire Smallwood, Pip Hunt, Hadley Hammer, Katie Rowenkamp, Paige Fitzgerald, Rebecca Selig, Amie Engerbretson, Crystal Wright, Mckenna Peterson, Ane Enderund, Sydney Dickinson, Nicole Yavis,
Cristy Watson, Eva Walkner, Kellie Okonek, Hilaree O’neill, Jess Mcmillan, Dania Assaly, Jamie Crane-mauzy, Brita Sigourny, Julia Krass, Kimmy Sharp, Carly Davis, Kim Havell, Molly Baker, AJ Cargill, Marja Persson, Andrea Binning, Langley Mcneal, Sophia Schwartz, Brooke Edwards, Sophie Pearson, Hannah Lutzker, Karen Girouard, Kit DesLauriers, Meghan Kelly, Cheryl Hickey, & many more!
Shot on location: Alyeska * Jackson Hole * Retallack * Eagle Pass * Revelstoke * Mike Wiegele Heli Skiing * Utah * Whistler * Baker * East Coast
Music: “Don’t Wait” as performed by Mapei, provided courtesy of Downtown Records, Downtown Music Publishing and Universal Music Publishing
Based on who this person is I knew I would scrutinize this image far more than any other portrait that I had ever made. During this project “The Making of a Celebrity Portrait,” it redefined how I view celebrities. It made me question if celebrity culture influenced us so greatly that we want to be portrayed like them. In a world that revolves around social networking and selfies I started wondering what these images really say about us.
NOW IT’S YOUR TURN. I’m asking you to include a photograph of yourself for this project. The idea is to collect many images so we can create one picture of who we really are. On Instagram, #iamthecelebrity with a portrait of you. Follow @ian_ruhter and @Profotoglobal for project updates. All month long we’ll be cataloguing and commenting on these images. Once this is done we’ll create the final project—stay tuned for updates!
The Powell-Peralta team invaded Western Canada on their “Nice Beaver Tour” for Concrete Skateboard Magazine’s Issue #132. This is part 1 of their journey. Thanks to Bones Wheels, Stiffy’s, Stuntwood and Authentic Boardshop, and to Squamish, Poco and Surrey for having us.
Cover Photo By: Brian Cassie
Filmed By: Kolby Harris, Terry LaRue
Video By: Kolby Harris
“Pushing through the darkness” is a short video project about skateboarding in the city night.
Practicing skateboarding during the daylight hours is the normal routine for skateboarders: they meet at the skatepark to chill with the friends and to play game of S.K.A.T.E. match or to try to learn new tricks. Especially during the summer, when the days are hotter and longer and just try to do a kick flip makes you sweat, discovering the city night with your best friends is the best thing to do as skateboarder. Night session can be the best option to skate with a cooler temperature, with less traffic, and to access some skate spots that are off limits during the day. When the sun sets and the night falls over the streets, skateboarders begin their night life. Sharing passions and challenges practicing skateboarding can become something special, something rare and unforgettable. Approaching a night session as a skateboarder is different from a normal daytime session: there are many difficulties in practicing during nightime and darkness obviously being the main one.
Trying to focus on a trick is harder, solving the problems on the in run, on the landing or on the sketchy flat, and generally navigating the spot are more difficult. For all these reasons concentration, determination and perseverance must be at their highest during a night session.This is what makes a simple grind down a rail or a tech line on a street curb special, intense and amazing.
This project lays between the action-sports video and the documentary genres. Focusing on the emotions and the intense relationship between skateboarders and the streets of their cities, “Pushing through the darkness” gives a bright vision of skateboarding in the city night.
Name of the project: “Pushing through the darkness”
Director: Silvio Ottonello
Produced by: DLQ creative factory
Protagonists: skateboarders based in Liguria (Italy) - skateboarders in general Location: mainly street spots and local skateparks in Liguria
Supported by: Homies Skateshop - Skatetoua crew - Wild Skateboarding - Alone Collective
Soundtrack: “Pushing through the darkness” produced by Disorder Logo design: Leandro Muda - Makeimage
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The X-Double Toskana Tour presented by: Muckefuck, Dragon, X-Double, Decay, PlanB, Destructo and GoPro
Starring: Norbert Weitenbacher, Arian Kindl, Alban Millaku, Katharina Neuwirth, Jan Kössl, Ralf Edlinger, Patrik Pittl and Steve Ebner
Filmed and edited by: Peter Mader
Photography by: Dominique Huter Photography
Panasonic GH4 test
Nikkor and Tokina lenses with Speedbooster Metabones
Cinema 4K 24P 4096 x 2160
Profile CINE D -2-1-5-1-0
i.D OFF - i.R OFF - Pedest. 0 - Light/Shadows -1+2
-Tokina AT-X Pro 11-16mm f/2.8 DX II -
-Nikkor 35mm f/2-8 ai-s
-Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 G
-Nikkor 70-200 f/4 G
Here is a short time-lapse of fans leaving Wembley Stadium after Brazil played England in an international friendly on February 6, 2012. I was positioned on a bridge over the walkway in front of the Wembley Park tube station. The police use the horses to regulate the flow of people in to the tub station, so the platforms do not become dangerously crowded.
The match was obviously a sold out stadium of 90,000. The time-lapse begins about 20 minutes after the fans started leaving and about an hour elapses in it, so this is approximately 75% of the fans that left in this direction. A police officer told me that the space from the horses to the first black pole will have approximately 2,000-2,500 people when they are stopped.
5D Mark II
16-35mm @ 35mm f/8
1 second shutter
Nico Vink and his crew from Belgium worked on some of the biggest jumps ever built for MTB. Big enough for FMX and huge for mtb.
The first tries on the first part went perfect, everything rides really smooth with no breaking or pedalling.
Riders: Nico Vink, Andreu Lacondeguy, Kurt Sorge, Jeff Herb, Nick Pescetto, Vincent Tupin, Thomas Genon
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Director: Aaron Green
Rollerblader: Elaine Green
Music: Sleigh Bells “Straight A’s”
Shot with Panasonic GH4
Demo footage I took with the new Logmar Super 8 camera prototype and a Schneider Optivaron 1.8/6-66mm lens on Kodak Vision 3 50D Film at 24fps.
2K Scan made by the great Perry Paolantonio from gammaraydigital.com
Color graded in FCPX by me.
Isn’t the registration awesome?
In June of 2014, we spent 11 days surfing the Mentawai Islands. The conditions were perfect the entire trip with light offshore winds and plenty of swell to go around. I was able to capture some pretty interesting angles using Phyllis (name of my drone). Enjoy the highlights of our trip and experience the beauty of the Islands from above. Music by Mashti, Mapusa from the Album Danish Delights. The Bird
A film by Michael Bidinger and Michelle Kwon.
Production Management- Sarah Kambara
Run Time: 3:52
Sound Design- Nick Ainsworth
Vocals- Ed Skudder, Lynn Wang
Original Score- Mason Self
Produced At Ringling College of Art and Design
Copyright Michael Bidinger, Michelle Kwon 2014