En décembre 2013, un crew de skaters européens s’est envolé pour Panama City. Accompagnés par le vidéaste Ben Chadourne et rejoints par les skaters locaux Bredio Alfaro et Valentin Escobar, Julien Béchet, Manu Margreiter et Jesus de Pedro ont exploré les spots de la capitale du Panama avant de s’offrir quelques heures de détente sur la côte caraïbe du pays. De l’asphalte fatigué du ghetto de Panama City jusqu’aux plazas immaculées du centre ville, pas un spot n’a échappé à leur motivation.
Une vidéo produite par Beach Brother Mag et réalisée par Ben Chadourne.
At Terry Fox-BC Place
A day with Mattia Tosello telemarketing on the slopes of Limone Piemonte, Italy.
inFORM is a Dynamic Shape Display that can render 3D content physically, so users can interact with digital information in a tangible way. inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it, for example moving objects on the table’s surface. Remote participants in a video conference can be displayed physically, allowing for a strong sense of presence and the ability to interact physically at a distance. inFORM is a step toward our vision of Radical Atoms: tangible.media.mit.edu/vision/
Mostly filmed in Vienna during Summer 2013
Cameras: Panasonic GH2, GH3, AG-AC90
Lenses: Panasonic 14-140mm, 20mm , Walimex Fisheye 7,5mm
DIY Dolly, DIY Crane, 2” Slider
Photography by Ulrich Sperl
This is a montage of timelapses taken around Louisville, Kentucky over the course of roughly a year and a half.
I started this project off on February 28, 2012 and took my last shot on September 13, 2013.
Through this video I’ve explored more of Louisville than I ever thought I would, and met some friendly people along the way.
This was originally going to be my first timelapse video, but I didn’t have enough to finish it in 2012. While waiting for leaves to return to the trees in Louisville, I headed to eastern Kentucky and shot for a week around there and released the second timelapse video I started on before releasing this one. When you don’t place a time limit on yourself you can get some really good shots, but end up taking a long time to make something as close to perfect as possible.
If you want to read some stories behind a selection of shots check out my site at:
Music is provided by “Interstates”
Footage is available for licence at up to 5K resolution @ oceanllama.com/?page_id=184
If you have any questions or comments message me or write something out below.
Here are some technical aspects of the video.
Manfrotto 535 legs
Sachtler FSB-8 head
Kessler Pocket Dolly Ver1
Kessler Shuttle Pod Mini
Oracle controller and motors
Adobe Production Premium CS6
2 x 2TB Hard Drives
610GB worth of photos
208.9 hours of shooting/driving/set up time
40 hours of edit time roughly
79 hours color correcting
20 hours on final exports
10 hours figuring out analytics
357.9 hours spent on video not including:
Shoots I didn’t even bother to capture
Rendering each scene into a video file from a series of still photos
Of the 120 locations I saved, 79 made it into the final video.
If anyone really wants to see the locations of any of the spots I’ve included a spreadsheet that include Google Maps locations at the following link:
Official video for Tricky - Hey Love.
Selected by Tricky (Adrian Thaws) and guest judges as the official video on Genero.tv
Hugo Goudswaard - Director / Cinematographer / Producer
Nella Ngingo (Ego’s models) - Model
Čiska Jansz - Production
Florine Eijgenraam - Styling
Mariska Virginia van Kasbergen - Make-up
Simon Ruesink - Gaffer
Jabe Oost - Assistent
Wende van de Heide - Delicious food
John Twigt - Support
Thanks to Francis and Monique (Studiorama) for giving me the opportunity to shoot in their studio.
A short docu of the building process of the first Greenhorn. Handmade in Germany - handmade in Pforzheim. The frame is made of Reynolds 725 steel and fillet brazed. The parts are from tune and Schmolke Carbon.
Please check out our website for more details:
Framebuilder: Alex Clauss with the lovely help of Maria Clauss and Felix Moser
Camera and edit: Roman Bodendorff
Music: Sum-1 - Always keep a backup
We are proud to present our latest action snowboard film and want to invite you to join a surreal trip following a
tight group of riders such as Gigi Rüf, Marco Feichtner, Kalle Ohlson, Elias Elhardt, Fredrik Evensen, Sami Luhtanen, Werni Stock, Niels Schack and Martin Kalijola.
After the great success of „Unique8“ the goal was to top the production values and bring you an unforgettable
snowboard viewing experience either on the big screen in cinemas or on your laptop screen -
Red cameras, dollies, steady cams and helicopters - you name it!
Fall/Winter 2014 collection overview.
Available from October 2013.
Concept: Andrea Codoro
Camera/editing: Cristopher Breda
Graphics: Antonio Dei Svaldi
A short film about Daniel Albuquerque
directed by Alessandro Miniotti
music: “Every teardrop is a waterfall” (Coldplay)
performed by Duo Cellos
Read all about the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera in my “evolving pocket camera review” blog post. Parts 1 (and very soon part 2) of the video review plus loads of other stuff is there! gopb.co/pocket
i took a break from editing part 2 of the Blackmagic pocket camera review to spend the afternoon with my family down in Kent. Although taking a break for me doesn’t mean leaving the camera behind of course! Last time with them it was medium format film and my Leica M 240. Yesterday it was the pocket camera.
i really wanted to try out my vintage Angenieux 17.5-70mm zoom as well as an OIS lens on the camera. The 14-140mm kit lens. Plus I had dug out my old wooden “rifle butt” shoulder support from my 8mm bolex. This way I could get more stable shots and lose that fine vibration that mars the camera without a rig or IS.
It’s a great little rig, you can see pictures of it on my blog. It’s for when I want to look utterly unprofessional whilst being professional! The lovely Zacuto Marauder rig looks far too pro for filming in places where I shouldn’t. This simple piece of wood does what I need when shooting in basic mode with the camera!
This is taken from part two of the review and was shot actually after I shot part 2 which technically breaks the idea of the review being evolving but I had this lovely footage and I wanted to use it!
Part 3 hasn’t been filmed at all yet so don’t expect it for at least a week. I am off to Venice tomorrow. Maybe I will do some filming there? :)
Music courtesy of The Music Bed. gopb.co/musicbed
“My my love” by Joshua Radin
Graded with FilmConvert 2 within Premiere CC. 10% off with code bloom or via this link gopb.co/filmconvert
The Red Dragon sensor has 3 F STOPS more than before. 1 in the hight lights which rolls over wonderfully !, 2 solid extra stops in the darks…. maybe 3 once the colour science has been perfected.
But there is still noise, but nothing like before. I ran some 250d 2k film rushes next some of my 4000asa stuff, And silly as it sounds, it looks like film grain, not noise. Don’t ask me how, as I wouldn’t have a clue. But it looks great !
Red Dragon now has the best highlight fall off I have ever seen from any digital camera. Beating film! Big call I know, but after shooting film and pushing it around in telecine chains for more than a decade, I can categorically say that this new sensor has a better range than film ever had.
Single still frames compared to a top of the line professional 35mm Digital stills cameras, I’m going to say that the EPIC matches, if not betters most. Don’t ask me how they do it, but every single frame from the DRAGON is 109meg !! @16bit when saved as a tiff from RCX. and at 100 Frames per second, I tell you this… someone has sold there sole to the devil.
If you are a pro photographer, you are mad if you don’t have this camera in your tool box. You quite literally will never miss a single shot.
Is Dragon better than 65mm Film…. (with good lenses) YES. No shit…
The images out of the Dragon are so smooth now… so so smooth, like low asa large format film.
The Dragon is more stable than my current MX EPIC’s.
The SONY F65 I rate as having the best sensor in the market for a production cine camera. Yes.. it’s better than the EPIC- MX. (I’m not going to harp on about the size of it or the price comparisons).
Even Jim knows that Sony have done very well with the F65 sensor and that was obviously pissing him off, because his new Dragon sensor has just given the the F65 notice.
All the F65 SONY purists out there will dispute this. But I have Sony files here with me, and I’m looking at both side by side… and Dragons grain (noise) structure is cleaner and it has more range.
Dragon is now the King. (AND… I’m not going to harp on about the size of it or the price comparisons). or did I ..ha !
The single one sentence i can say that can sum up everything is this..
It’s the first camera ever that I have used that captures exactly what I see with my own eye.
Never have I seen this before. !
pink 4 dinner!