1. 08252011


    from Charles Bergquist / Added

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    • 09232011


      from Charles Bergquist / Added

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      Part of the Everyday project - a personal project consisting of an image or video [almost] everyday. Project Title: Everyday, 09232011, "Skate" Project Type: Experimental Film Location: San Diego, CA More Info: http://www.work.charlesbergquist.com/#1741459/Everyday-Project ________ Director : Charles Bergquist Toolset : Olympus iSpeed 3 from www.Jordy.com Featuring : Jason Hunt, Anthony Levas, Mike Pittman Production Assistant : Katrina Adair Audio : Neon Indian "Heart : Decay"

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      • A slow motion test video - Canon 7D


        from pani / Added

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        Shot with Canon 7D, 24-105mm Shutter ~2000 Was shot in the evenings, ISO was bumped to >800 Color correction in Looks Processed in After Effects with Twixtor Credits: As mentioned in the video

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        • Beyond A Blink Of An Eye


          from Samuel W. Hefti / Added

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          Various super slow motion tests, shot on 1080p at 2000 frames per second. The shots were part of a high-speed camera workshop by "Creative Docks". Camera: Weisscam HS-2 by P+S Technik

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          • B&W


            from White Noise Productions / Added

            The revival of the Black and White edit that I used to annually release. The whole point is to take away the colour and focus on the raw essence of the riding in the video, let the BMX do the talking kind of thing. I hope you guys like this! Johnson and Mason were a perfect fit, they ride so well together and have similar yet contrasted riding styles and I think it plays well in the video Canon 7D Canon 24-105 f4L Canon 85 f1.2L ii Canon 70-200 f2.8L Run Boy Rub-Woodkid All rights reserved to Woodkid "like" us on Faceook! facebook.com/whitenoiseproductions

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            • Canon 60D slowmotion 2000 fps


              from brothanekm / Added

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              shoot in 1280x720 50

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              • Clare Bowditch — Thin Skin (dir: Kess Broekman-Dattner)


                from Kess Broekman-Dattner / Added

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                Artist: Clare Bowditch Label: Universal Director/Producer/Editor: Kess Broekman-Dattner (www.kessbd.com) Director of Photography: Edward Goldner (http://edwardgoldner.com/) Assistant Producer: John Hallford Camera Assistant: Emily Jade Barr Gaffer: D. & K. Parkinson Sound And Lighting Production Assistant: Fergus Davison VFX: Michael Shanks (http://www.youtube.com/user/timtimfed) Shot in Paris End Studios (www.parisendstudios.com/) on the Olympus iSpeed PL. Lenses by from Gear Head (www.gearhead.com.au). A forever thank you to the people before the lens of Thin Skin. Without your bravery and bare skin, this would be naught.

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                • 2 Clips of Richard at Duncan Creek


                  from Brandon Andersen / Added

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                  Iris test Set at 2000 FPS. Note Not HD b/c Vimeo only allows 1 HD upload a week

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                  • Color Red


                    from Jorge A. Guardado / Added

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                    Single drop of red food coloring in water shot at 2000 frames per second.

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                    • dana


                      from Andrea D'Altoè / Added

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                      http://andreadaltoe.blogspot.it/ Camera: Canon 550D. 60 fps. Twixtor 1%.

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