The human eye...better than any camera out there except in one key "feature", modern cameras are more sensitive than our own eyesight!
The equivalent megapixels of our eye when you calculate what it can see in it's peripheral vision is around 576 megapixels depending on the person...my megapixels are reducing by the day...and taking into the adjustments our eye makes with it's iris we can see the equivalent of 20 stop of dynamic range. Better than an Alexa? Not that much better than Red HDRx! For now the eye still wins in all but low light sensitivity where the average equivalent "ISO rating" for our eyes are around 800 ISO (again depending on the person) The native sensitive of my F3 with S-Log is one stop faster at 1600 ISO!
One day cameras will better our eyesight in every way, although we won't actually be able to see it ;)
For more about the human eye check out articles like this one here and many others, fascinating stuff: clarkvision.com/imagedetail/eye-resolution.html
Shot on the Canon 1DC in 4k at 24P. Lit with one Litepanel 1x1. Starring the 25 attendees of the 2013 Brussels Workshop, the organiser Haroun Souirji, the whacking king James Miller and myself. Can you spot the shots of me? I actually have a second edit which I am decided whether to put it up or not. It's pretty gross!
One lens used. The Canon 100mm Macro F2.8 L series with IS
Graded in Premiere with Colorista II. Edited native in 4K in MJPEG. I cannot tell you how for now ;) I will do an upload of the 4K version here if I can get it at a reasonable size, although it's a bit pointless as most of you won't be able to see it in 4k...I can't !
I used warp stabilise on some of the shots for a slightly unnatural feel...
For my review of the Canon 1DC go to gopb.co/1DC
To see this projected at 4k come see me talk about the pro and cons of the camera and why I seem to be shooting just about everything I can with it at BVE 26, 27,28th of February. Free registration although my 3 talks are first come, first served, so get there early!
HUGE thanks to everyone who is in this video...Canada next in March...what should I do with them? gopb.co/canadaworkshops
Watch our latest work "Amazônia Manauara", a travel trough the Amazon: vimeo.com/imagemoov/amazonia
Watch our work "Mar de Luz" (Sea of Light): vimeo.com/imagemoov/mardeluz
Time of Rio is a taste of our project about Rio de Janeiro, nature, city and life.
Produced using different image production techniques, like slow motion sequences, Time Lapse, Hyper Lapse, Rails and Motion Controllers.
Captured along the last months is the beginning of our first movie.
Edited in Lightroom, After Effects, Final Cut X.
Music "Oh Wee" by Immortal Beats and "Whispering Through" by Asura
Thanks for everyone that help us specially our wives for the patience!
Contact us for footage license or request your production.
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Time of Rio é uma breve amostra do nosso projeto sobre o Rio de Janeiro, a cidade, sua natureza e vida.
Produzido com diferentes técnicas de captura de imagem, como seqüências de slow motion, time lapse, hyper lapse, trilhos e controladores de movimento.
Capturados ao longo dos últimos meses é o início de nosso primeiro filme.
Editado em Lightroom, After Effects, Final Cut X.
Música "Oh Wee" por Immortal Beats e "Whispering Through" por Asura
Obrigado por todos que nos ajudaram e especialmente nossas esposas pelo apoio e paciência!
Entre em contato para licenciamento de imagens ou solicitar algo especial para sua produção.
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As a climber sometimes our biggest job is to try to do justice to the amazing stories of our friends and peers. For this piece I worked with our crew at camp4collective.com to tell thenorthface.com athlete Jimmy Chin's jimmychin.com story as he in turn highlights modern day climbing in Yosemite for a National Geographic feature story.
It seemed so serendipitous to be 'on assignment' in a place that we all cut out teeth as adventurers and which also ended up becoming the namesake of our collective!
As always, thanks for tuning in! ~reo
Camp 4 Collective on vimeo: vimeo.com/camp4collective/videos
Green Button Music
"As The Clock Turns"
"K'Khana" (Featuring Rigzin)
Some of the images taken by me, in recent years, in this enchanted world where we live.
Music is everything
Music: "Home part II" by Armand Amar
Late winter at Heston’s pristine and quiet hideaway on the Minnesota/Canada border.
Music is Chris Zabriskie’s Prelude #6, available in the Vimeo Music Store.
Welcome to this Channel!
Creation,Nature, time Lapse,
films produced,Animations,Music videos
Travel & Events, Art & Entertainment
love,life, all favorites welcome.
the Channel will Feature quality films.Thank you.
Browse This Channel
SOUTH INDIA FROM TWO PERSPECTIVES vimeo.com/100452840
Calling for entries: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CREATIVE Award 2014,
Organized by Knowledge Capital, Osaka, Japan
The International Students Creative Award is an international award contest for both Japanese and foreign university, graduate school, and vocational school students in the fields of art and information media.
Knowledge Capital’s mission is to promote “industrial creation, culture dissemination, international exchange, and human resource development”. The purpose of the International Students Creative Award is to discover and nurture the creative ideas and talents of today’s youth to enable them to become tomorrow’s stars on the world stage.
Selected films and the film makers will be invited to attend the award ceremony, and pre-event party in Osaka in November 2014, with free air tickets and accommodation.
Winners of the award could win prize money up to US$3000 plus other prizes. Your creative work would also gain great exposure at the event and in Japanese media, and media industry.
Last year, winners from Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, Hong Kong, France, and Spain had joined us for a wonderful award event together with other Japanese student creators.
We are now calling for entries for this year’s INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CREATIVE Award. Kindly download the application form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, together with any questions you may have by
AUG 19th 2014.
• Application form download: bit.ly/1qQgcTL
• ISCA Application Guide download: bit.ly/1qFDhXD
• ISCA Official Website: kc-i.jp/en/award/isca/
• Corresponding contact for overseas applicant: email@example.com
• For applicants outside Japan, please include a URL to your video when you fill in the Title. No DVD submission is needed at this stage.
• You may also submit as an individual instead of a school, kindly fill in the school portion to your best knowledge.
We look forward to seeing your creative works.
Overseas application correspondent
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