1. Logmar Camera & Kodak Vision 3 50D from Friedemann Wachsmuth on Vimeo.

    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?

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  2. The Best Mentawai Islands Surf Video from my drone, Phyllis. June 2014, by Paul Borrud from The Bird on Vimeo.

    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

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  3. Jinxy Jenkins, Lucky Lou from Jinxy Jenkins, Lucky Lou on Vimeo.

    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

    Facebook: facebook.com/jinxyjenkinsluckylou
    Tumblr: jinxylucky.tumblr.com/

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  4. "A Truncated Story of Infinity" - A Short by Paul Trillo from Paul Trillo on Vimeo.

    A look at the infinite possibilities within the everyday. Following a day in the life of Vincent, “Subject X” and his many variations that exist throughout the universe. The story begins to fracture into different threads when he follows a would be lover down the street.

    This piece was created for the “Everyday Adventure” series originally commissioned by Nokia Brand Labs.

    Directed by Paul Trillo
    Co Produced By Keith Ferreira
    Director of Photography Andrew Georgopoulos
    Sound Design and Score by Noah Cunningham
    Executive Producer Costas Syrmos (Nokia Brand Labs)

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  5. Marilyn Myller from Parabella on Vimeo.

    Marilyn maketh, Marilyn taketh awayth.

    Directed by MIKEY PLEASE

    A year in the making, the full six minute stopmotion short features the voice of Josie Long, one zillion hand carved tiny things, literally tens of carved foam puppets, two eye fulls of in-camera, long-exposure light trickery and a pair of tiny dolphins, smooching.
    Produced by - BLINK INDUSTRIES / HORNET FILMS
    Filmed at - CLAPHAM ROAD STUDIOS
    Executive Producers - PETER MEDLOCK / MICHAEL FEDER / BART YATES / MIKEY PLEASE
    Produced by - JAN STEBBINS/ JAMES STEVENSON BRETTON / MIKEY PLEASE
    Animated & Photographed by - MIKEY PLEASE / DAN OJARI
    With animation from - TIM ALLEN / STEVEN WARNE
    Music Composed by - BEN PLEASE / JOOLS SCOTT / BETHANY PORTER
    Sound Design - ADAM JANOTA BZOWSKI
    Voices - JOSIE LONG / JAMES STEVENSON BRETTON / THEODORA VAN DER BEEK / JOSEPHINE GALLAGHER
    Model Makers
    JEN NEWMAN / NADIA OH / KATY BEVERAGE / DAN OJARI
    MIKEY PLEASE / CARMEN MASON / ANNA GINSBERG / LAURA BATEMAN / KIM SWALLOW
    Puppets
    MIKEY PLEASE / LIZZY DALTON / JEN NEWMAN
    Set Design
    NADIA OH / MIKEY PLEASE / JEN NEWMAN / DAN OJARI
    Supervising DOP
    MATTHEW DAY
    Studio Manager
    ELIZABETH DAY
    Incidental Lighting
    MAX HALSTEAD
    Technical Support
    TOBY GOODYEAR
    Musicians
    ANDREW DOUGLAS FORBES / CATHERINE HURLEY
    EMMA HOOPER / BENEDICT PLEASE
    BETHANY PORTER / JOOLS SCOTT
    IAN VORLEY / JAMES WATTS
    Soloists
    AMADOU DIAGNE / MARIA DANISHVAR BROWN
    Recording Engineers
    BEN PLEASE / JACK SEDGWICK
    Mixed by
    SIMON HARRIS @ OFFSET AUDIO
    Post Production
    YUSSEF COLE / ELISA CIOCCA / JON GALLAGHER
    MARTY GEREN / RACHEl KWAK / MICHAEL LUZZI
    JOEY McCORMICK / MIKEY PLEASE / LEANDRO SANTINI / TED WIGGIN
    Grader
    RACHEL RARDIN
    Developed at the JAPIC RESIDENCY with the JAPANESE MINISTRY FOR CULTRAL AFFAIRS
    Thank you
    CAROLINE WATERLOW / DAN CHESTER / DAVE PROSSER / KEV HARWOOD /
    GREG HALAMA / SANG JIN BAE / JACK ROBINSON / DITOGEAR

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  6. Urban Isolation from Russell Houghten on Vimeo.

    REDirect is a celebration of skateboard filmmaking between Red.com and TheBerrics.com

    Prints are available for purchase. All proceeds will be donated to LA county animal shelters. 1 for $50, 3 for $100 shipped within US. Visit the blog on my website for a selection of prints available and paypal checkout

    Directed, Filmed and Edited by: RussellHoughten.com
    Assistant camera/edit: James Messina

    Music by:
    RichardHoughten.com
    “Empty”
    Bandcamp goo.gl/DXj2ao

    A Cosmic Gift
    “Dreams of the Sea”
    Itunes goo.gl/ed6Rvv

    Red BTS vimeo.com/100021445

    The berrics - Artist Statement
    theberrics.com/redirect/artist-statement-russell-houghten.html

    All donations to the tip jar will be donated to Los Angeles County Animal Shelters.

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  7. saVer-animaciones from simon gerbaud on Vimeo.

    Le regard mange. La coupe dessine et fouille les objets familiers, souvent opaques, jusqu’à leur disparition complète.
    La mirada come. El recorte dibuja y excava los objetos familiares, a menudo opacos, hasta su desaparición completa.

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  8. OFFF Cincinnati 2014 Main Titles from OFFF, let’s feed the future on Vimeo.

    What happens when you mix the greatest ideas, a bunch of names, simplicity with pure human being hands? You get an incredible fun CRAZY titles for OFFF Cincinnati 2014 by Bradley G Munkowitz aka GMUNK in collaboration with the kick-ass AUTOFUSS. Enjoy the madness because this is pure human-creativity!

    OFFF Cincinnati 2014 is proudly part of OFFF on Tour’s third edition.

    Director: Autofuss
    Creative Director: Bradley G Munkowitz
    Director of Photography: Joe Picard
    Producer: Andrew Devansky
    Fabrication Advisor: Andrew Devansky
    Editor: Ashley Rodholm
    Colorist: Carey Burens
    Music: Harald Boyesen
    Anton & Irene by: Peter Clark
    Yuko Shimizu by: Kirsten Ritschel
    Lobulu by: Ryan Chen
    Digital Kitchen by: Nate Costa
    James White by: Jason Kerr
    Sougwen Chung by: Rowan Ogden & Kenny Johnson
    Cocolab by: Conor Grebel
    GMUNK by: Bradley G Munkowitz
    OFFF Cincinnati 2014 by: Ian Colon
    Lightbox Fabrication: Barry Bradshaw
    DMX Master Control: Michael Beardsworth
    Key Grips: Dakota Wilder, Branson Stowell

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  9. Flowers opening timelapse from David de los Santos Gil on Vimeo.

    After 9 months and 50,000 shots (only using 5.000 for the final video), my first flowers timelapse has finished. After a long work looking for flowers that would open fast, here is a list of the flowers that have been part of the timelapse: Lillium, hibiscus, carnations, orchids, dandelions, lilies, daisies, alstroemeria, peonies and nigella damask.

    Here is my web: daviddelossan.com
    You can follow me on twitter: twitter.com/DaviddelosSan
    If you want to license any of my images or videos, contact me at david4112@hotmail.com

    Music of Roger Subirana - Point of no return
    ————————————
    Después de 9 meses y 50.000 fotografías (de las cuales solo han formado parte del vídeo final unas 5.000), mi primer timelapse de flores ha terminado de formarse. Tras un largo trabajo buscando flores que abriesen rápido, aquí esta la lista de flores que han formado parte del timelapse: Lillium, hibiscus, clavelinas, orquídeas, dientes de león, lirios, margaritas, alstroemerias, peonías y nigella de damasco.

    Aquí tenéis mi web: daviddelossan.com
    Podéis seguirme en twitter: twitter.com/DaviddelosSan

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  10. CREAMLAPSE from Mateo Cabeza on Vimeo.

    facebook.com/mateocabezamakesfilms
    Short experimental film made up of over 3500 photos of ice cream.
    Music: Bobby Vinton - “Mr. Lonely”
    Camera: Canon 5D markII
    Canon 24-105mm

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  11. Around Town Vol. 2 from Anthony Walsh on Vimeo.

    The second episode of a video series throughout the summer. Keep an eye out for Volume 3 dropping next month with some new rails! Big thanks to Planks Clothing and the Hudsen Collective for their support.

    Riders:
    Anthony Walsh
    Kyle Dougherty
    Rocco Walsh

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  12. Glacier Season # 2: Beerhat from Adrian Dingle on Vimeo.

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  13. Just the Tips from Matt Philippi on Vimeo.

    2014 POV edit from my winter in Wyoming and Montana.

    I hope you enjoy the ride.

    Check out some non-POV skiing —-> The Buddy System from me and EpicTV #skibuddysystem

    epictv.com/media/podcast/this-skier-takes-a-ridiculous-fall-then-keeps-shredding-%7C-the-buddy-system-with-matt-philippi-ep-2/275904

    epictv.com/media/podcast/think-your-ski-season-was-nuts-check-these-guys-%7C-the-buddy-system-with-matt-philippi-ep-1/275323

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  14. CREATURES OF THE NIGHT 2014 from WASTED YOUTH on Vimeo.

    Creatures of the Night 2014

    Cradle Skatepark, Austria ,Tyrol

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  15. GH4: C4K Profile Settings Test from Zachary Surprenant on Vimeo.

    GH4 4K Profile Tests

    I looked around online to find a number of different Profile Settings for the GH4. I tried Natural on another day, but didn’t like the results, and plan to stick with Cine D and Cine V. Shots are taken with an 80-200mm FD Lens (Which tends to be a little soft and renders image a little milky), and a 34mm Jackarr Snapshooter Lens (Which has some interesting Bokeh).

    I was originally going to use Film Convert to do a quick grade, but I had to use the computers at work for a much faster render, so I ended up using Lumetri Looks in Premiere CC (Cinematic 2) as well as an RGB Curve. I like to grade as much as the next guy, but I wanted to see what a single unified look by a professional would look like across the board with an added curve to push the image. When you see Film Convert in the Settings in the Video, it simply means Film Convert’s Profile Setting that they have listed. I also added Sharpen to all settings that had it turned down, and all Slow Mo Shots at the end.

    I originally had another test, but due to it’s shaky-ness, decided to redo it with the camera sitting on my camera bag.

    Settings Explained:

    All shots are 0-255 converted to 16-235 in post. Shot in Camera C4K 8Bit converted to 1080p.

    iDynamic/iResolution off for all settings

    The opening MISC Setting was the Dragon (Later explained) setting without the color shift or Sharpness and Noise Reduction turned down, I later use that.

    James Miller: Cine D, everything turned down to -5. Shadows and Highlights +2, -2 respectively. He has some test videos along with some settings made for Philip Bloom and I see great results on his end.

    James Miller: Cine V, everything everything turned down to -5. Shadows and Highlights +2, -2 respectively, Master Pedestal +15. Again, has videos with great results, but I’m not sure how I feel about turning up the Master Pedestal, but his results are great.

    Dragon: Cine D, only Sharpness and Noise Reduction Turned down to -3, Shadows and Highlights +1, -4 respectively, and WB Adjustment 2Amber 2Green. Found in a RED Dragon User Forum from someone who tested GH4 and RED Dragon attempting to match. Prioritizing saving highlights, but only barely raising shadows to reduce introducing noise.

    Driftwood: Cine D, Everything turned down to -2 like a GH2. The Infamous Nick Driftwood has a few videos out, and seemed to like this setting straight out of camera.

    Film Convert Low Contrast: No Changes except to Shadows and Highlights +5, -5 respectively. Listed on their site as the setting for Low Contrast.

    Slow Mo:
    I threw in a few slow mo shots, one at 96 another at 60, both are over crank in camera at 24.00 FHD 100/Mbs. Will do a test with them against each other later.

    Take Aways:

    C4K Profiles Test

    Cine D- Great profile as is. I like how sharp the image is, it grades well, no noise is being introduced. I kind of prefer this setting as is. It just works and can give you a rich look.

    Cine V- Not my favorite, but both Cine’s are better than the other profiles (including natural). Doesn’t have the color richness that Cine D does.

    James Miller D- This might be another go to setting as it gets a flatter image without too much noise. For both James Miller D and V the F8 (blown out) shots I added saturation back, but the F11 (Less blown out) I couldn’t get to look right, and only added a deeper RGB Curve.

    James Miller V-

    Dragon- The major changes to this setting are really lowering the highlights and barely lifting the shadows, along with the WB Adjustments. I have to say that this setting is giving me a great look that I really like. Probably my main setting from now on.

    Driftwood- While I didn’t dislike this setting, I felt it was just a waste of time looking at it, as it is very similar to plain Cine D and Low Contrast, but in a weird middle purgatory.

    Film Convert Low Contrast - This profile came out much better than I thought it would. I expected a lot of noise and the image to not hold up in grading, especially since I wasn’t using Film Convert, but I must say that I will definitely continue using this setting for a really flat image, it really makes the colors pop out.

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    I know that I added a STEEP RGB curve to the footage which some might say is too digital or unrealistic, or too green etc, but I wanted to push the footage to see what I could get for a range, and I also didn’t have much time, and the Cinematic 2 Look from Lumetri in Premiere just wasn’t doing enough. I do really love all the color in these images though. A side note it was very hard pulling focus on the 80-200mm (Later tests show difficulty on other lenses as well due to the lower res) in 1080 96fps or 60fps, had to not include them because of it.

    At F8 for the 80-200mm the camera was a little blown out on the Histogram, so i restarted at F11 with the histogram only dead center, but in post some became a little blown out when adding a little to the RGB Curve.

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