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Oneness New Zealand is the first art offering from Shawn Reeder and Kirsi Ranto in their Oneness Mission. Oneness Mission is a global movement sharing beauty, love and light through visuals, music and writings. Please join us on facebook and share in this journey with us.
Oneness New Zealand is comprised of 8640 individual images from over 100,000 that were taken as I traveled around New Zealand for 3 months this past spring. The inspirational music of Shaun Paul accompanied by the compelling poetry of Kirsi Ranto uplifts you with its message of love, and is the perfect complement to this magical landscape.
"I (Shawn) am a destination visual artist who specializes in photography, timelapse cinematography, & filmmaking. I love to travel, so if you have a project anywhere in the world, let's talk. If you would like to license any of my clips or contract me to shoot for you, please get in touch. I also have 4k footage available for licensing as clips and showreels."
"I (Kirsi ღ Deepthi) am a music artist and writer, and founder of the Be The Light You Are method, which is a tool of the heart for self discovery and awareness. I'm constantly traveling giving concerts, retreats, lectures and workshops. India also has a special place in my heart."
For a more complete experience, please check out Oneness New Zealand on Reelhouse where you can purchase and download the film & soundtrack, and where you'll find a spectacular collection of additional images & behind the scenes videos. Reelhouse.org/ShawnReeder/OnenessNewZealand
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A big thanks to Drew Geraci of District 7 Media for producing the beautiful opening title sequence for us! district7media.net
It's worth the drive to the Southern Highlands in NSW when it's for a wedding and couple like Ashley + Marie-Luise. Stunning spring weather, England-like fields and a lot of love in the air! Terrara house hosted the intimate reception for family and friends from around the world. A highlight was filming the couple practise their bridal waltz ontop of a outdoor chess set.
The surfing scene was actually filmed post wedding day... the story from the best man on how he was introduced to Marie-Luise while surfing off Manly was too good not to capture appropriate visuals. So we headed down there one blustery morning to finish off the film.
In this Getting Started tutorial, Richard Harrington shows you how to use Red Giant PluralEyes 3 with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.
For videographers and filmmakers with audio and multi-camera recordings, PluralEyes revolutionizes the workflow of films, weddings, events, music videos, commercials and documentaries. The new PluralEyes 3 takes the tedium out of syncing audio and video footage, accomplishing in seconds what used to take hours or days.
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filmed and edited by Jon Armendariz nyfilmworks.com
This Rock the Dress film was shot with Canon 5D MKII and 7D in low saturated colors, low contrast (neutral profile setting). Music for this piece was found before production. Once I heard it, I knew it was the perfect song for this film. Prior to shooting that day we listened to the song on an iPhone which helped the couple understand what l was going for. I already knew the 'feel' I wanted before the shoot but didn't know where we were exactly going and what specifically we were shooting. Luckily we came across these giant lights on the streets of Manhattan at night that I utilized as best I could to capture the dramatic visuals. I kept it to extreme tight shots by pairing the 7D w/ 50mm or 5D+100mm/70-200 with the intention of going for an intimate feel. Wides were captured only a few times to show each scene once and for a few Glidecam shots (most Glide shots were on a 50mm). I kept it as shallow as possible for closeups to further isolate the couple from the background and added a slightly reddish-orange tint to the mid tones while pulling the highs to teal in hopes of slightly 'warming' up this Black & White piece (which further added to the soothing, intimate feel) in COLOR + overlaid a 16mm stock clip (very little) to add some texture to the otherwise super-smooth DSLR footage which I felt went well with the music. Thanks for watching
::: Equipment :::
Glidecam on 24mm 1.4 + 50mm 1.2
70-200 2.8 and Zeiss 100mm for closeups
Monopod (561 BHDV) and tripod
Cinevate Atlas 30