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  1. Ross Breen ~ a silhouette so familiar Director/DP ~ John McGrath

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    Ross Breen ~ Songwriter from Co.Kildare Ireland, for more check out...... http://www.rossbreen.com/

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    • Pronaca - Institucional

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      Produtora: Yeti Films Diretor: Guido Antonini Diretor de Fotografia: Thiago Cauduro

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      • Behind the Scenes with Hanna Jameson & Emma Watts

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        A few weeks ago I did a personal photo shoot with my friends Hanna Jameson and make up artist extraordinaire Emma Watts. We did two very different set ups: one based on Warhol's polaroids of…

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        • Into The Light

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          A first go at Lens Whacking. My dad gave me an old pancake, prime lens from his old kit. It doesn't fit my 550d but thought I'd give lens whacking a try. Letting light pour in by holding…

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          • River Boys

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            Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge A 5 x 5. Five clips, five seconds each, original sound. Stimulus: The Great Outdoors. Lens whacked on Canon 500D.

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            • Dance Of The Sugar plum Fairy

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              • Just A Spek

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                I started this video thinking it would be abstract, then the music became abstract. Thomas Gotchy helped on this one, with two time-lapse,turtles and the red headed bird

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                • Introducing Mollie

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                  Mollie, the newest member of the family shot with Canon 7d and a vintage Nikon 35mm using lens whacking technique. Light colour correction in Magic Bullet Looks Song Copyright of Mountain Man…

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                  • Summer Part 1

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                    The First Half of the Summer is already over and here is the footage I've shot this summer! Keep watching! A Short Film will be made by the end that I've been working on.

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                    • Hafizul & Syazana

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                      • The Raglan Tee

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                        Skatedium clothing is proudly to present you a new collection of shirt that is going to be released soon: The Raglan Tee Instagram : skatediumclothing

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                        • Dude Sufi - Can You Feel It In The Air Tonight? (Probably Not)

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                          http://www.parkermaimbourg.com

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                          Lens Whacking

                          James Miller Created by James Miller PRO

                          Off lens (disconnected) filming.

                          Filming with the lens disconnected from the camera body, producing a tilt shift, flare look. Focusing is achieved by moving the lens in and out with the left hand whilst holding on to the camera body.

                          For best results use a lens upto 50mm and a focusing aid like the Z-finder to stabilize the camera and allow your left hand to focus.

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