What started off as a creative video birth announcement for my daughter, has blossomed into a annual birthday tradition. Each year I select one of my favorite movies released the previous year and use it as inspiration for my video.
This year's video was inspired by "Safety Not Guaranteed."
All the videos in this series can be seen here:
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MK OUTLIER is an Indie Sci-Fi Action movie
Private James Conroy is unable to commit to his girlfriend or his military career, when a mysterious apocalyptic event suddenly wipes away everyone and everything. Fighting off mutant creatures, and his own inner demons, he is all consumed by his fight for survival.
When he finally reaches someone even more isolated than himself, they have to learn to work together if they're going to save themselves, and maybe all of civilization.
Music video for John Maus' track "Lost" from his album "A Collection of Rarities and Previously Unreleased Material".
Original video footage by Rowan Lee Hartsuiker: vimeo.com/rowan
Footage is used with permission, and was re-cut to the beat of "Lost".
Shot in Northern Ontario this spring. Most of the locations while I was out with my photography club.The footage is SOOC as far as color grading. Video and sound edited in Vegas. Music is made up from Pro Scores clips
Canon 5D Mark 2
Canon 24-105mm F/4
Sony Vegas 10
I went to Temagami with my photo club and a few of us climbed the fire tower. It was pretty windy up there and it was swaying a bit.. I really don't do well with heights but I made it up to the top again this trip.
the video is unedited and just a quick clip handheld. I held the camera out from me at arms length. I'm trying to decide if I'm 1/3 winded from the climb and being out of shape and 2/3 fear of heights or the other way around...lol
Again wind noise is an issue and I'm looking for recommendations on a good mic to eventually purchase
Canon 5D Mark II +24-105L
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