1. TheChapel. A short film by Patryk Kizny. (HDR timelapse)


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    TheChapel is a short film paying tribute to an exceptional protestant temple in Zeliszów, Poland, designed by Karl Langhans and built in 1796-1797. Please enjoy also the "Making of The Chapel": http://vimeo.com/19107357 Credits: Production company: LookyCreative www.lookycreative.com Direction, direction of photography and post: Patryk Kizny paco@lookycreative.com Cinematography: Agnieszka Gonczarek (VID) Robert Paluch (TL) Patryk Kizny (VID & TL) Music composed by Tomas Leonhardt tl@tomasheonhardt.com www.tomasleonhardt.com Motion-controlled shots achieved using DitoGear Sliders. www.ditogear.com Video copyright © LookyCreative Music copyright © Tomas Leonhardt Filmed in September and October 2010. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. www.facebook.com/kizny www.twitter.com/PatrykKizny www.twitter.com/AgaGonczarek www.facebook.com/agnieszka.gonczarek P.S. My timelapse post production workflow if you missed that in past: http://lookycreative.com/lang/en/know-how/timelapse-compendium/timelapse-postproduction-workflow -------------------------------------------------- Now you may check also www.thechapelfilm.com www.facebook.com/TheChapelFilm

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    • CATEN . David Letellier


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      Caten . 2012 Kinetic sound installation by David Letellier www.davidletellier.net Created for the Saint Sauveur chapel in Caen, Caten is a levitating sculpture, determined by gravity and guiding the evolution of a sound composition. 300 fine wires suspended from two ropes, connected themselves at each end to a slowly rotating arm, form an evanescent surface which interacts with the architecture. By a symbolic mirror effect, the curves of the wires, created by the gravitational force, reflect the shapes of the church arches. Caten opposes the ephemeral to the eternal, the movement to the static, and produce a tension between the lightness and the millenary stability of the space. The sound composition is inspired by the medieval solmisation prayers, especially the first verse of "Ut Queant Laxis", also known as the "hymn to St John the Baptist", used in the eleventh century to determine the names of the notes of the scale used in latin countries. At each turn, the engines emit one of the first 4 notes of the scale (Ut, Re, Mi, Fa), creating a sequence of intervals, constantly reconfigured. Low frequencies resonate in the space and emphazise the transcendental character of a place once dedicated to faith. The name is derived from the term catenary, which describes the plane curve formed by a rope hanging between two points. Caten was produced for the festival Interstice, with the support of the Station MIR. www.festival-interstice.net www.station-mir.com

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      • Rebirth


        from Patryk Kizny / Added

        Viewing notes: • Secure 15 minutes of uninterrupted time. • Put it fullscreen. Sit back and relax • Please feel encouraged to share. We need audience and you can help. Don't miss the director's commentary: https://vimeo.com/114369449 Media Pack: Film-related media, posters, images, etc… http://kizny.com/rebirth-pack -- “Rebirth” is a philosophical story of human desire for transcendence and a Faustian dream of achieving immortality through creation at a symbolic level. It is a story of the cycle of life - from birth of an idea through its materialisation, adolescence to decay and finally - a rebirth. Through “Rebirth” Kizny continues the endeavour started back in 2010 in a short film “The Chapel” (https://vimeo.com/16414140), set in a unique space of an abandoned Protestant temple in Zeliszow, Poland, supposedly designed by a famous German architect Carl Langhans, known for the Brandenburg Gate and numerous other famous designs in Europe. “Rebirth” develops the subjects further on a multiple new layers - starting from the idea and the narrative to an impressive range of applied visual techniques. In the film, besides of “standard” cinematography of dance scenes in the final act and motion-controlled HDR timelapse visuals known from “The Chapel”, used to render the glory of the temple as perceived by the artist, Kizny in an innovative way makes use of laser scans of the building directly as a means of expression and a novel element of film language. Through this technique the audience can witness the process of creation of an architectonic object as imagined by a genius architect long before the object is materialised. An industry insider will trace lots of other techniques applied, such as particle simulations, motion capture or photogrammetry. However, this project is is much more than the film. As far as “The Chapel” was intended as an artistic tribute and a testament, it turned out to be a salvation for the abandoned decaying chapel, triggering a chain of events: from grabbing wide public and media attention, raising the awareness of the temple, through establishment of an independent foundation “Twoje Dziedzictwo” (http://twojedziedzictwo.pl) taking over the temple and carrying out the first work towards preserving and renovating the building. “Rebirth” touches very universal subjects posing a question of responsibility of the mankind for its history and for the future. Although the work on the film spanned over a 4-year period and the first steps had been executed while the future of the temple was not clear, today it becomes a proof for artist’s belief that through art and vision one can impact and transform reality. http://kizny.com/rebirth http://facebook.com/groups/440194806087543/

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        • Steadicam + Tiffen Dfx Demo


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          A little promo we threw together for Tiffen showing what we can do with the Tiffen Dfx filter suite. We used Dfx version 2 for this piece. All of the footage was achieved with the steadicam flyer and pilot. We tried to throw in a nice mix of steadicam shots to really show how much value they add for us. The versatility in these filters is rather remarkable- but more than that is how much of a look you can achieve with much less render time than other common filter sets. With this piece we tried to do some more basic looks on some of the clips and some more advanced secondary grading on others. Their basic color corrector filter is very robust and work very well in conjunction with the gel filters or some of the other film like filters. What we really enjoyed about this software was how well thought out the names and functions were. It was very easy to identify what a filter would do based on what it was called- which makes much easier to get familiar with a plug-in suite. Individual filters acted much more like building blocks than all in one looks as well, which lets you create a custom look and feel and get exactly what you want. In this way, it is also much more repeatable and leads to a much more thorough understanding of what your actually doing to your footage. P. For licensing inquiries, please contact discovery@storyandheart.com

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          • Baroque: São Roque Objects


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            Liturgical objects from the Chapel of St John the Baptist in the Church of São Roque, Lisbon, as used in the traditional Mass. Featured in the V&A exhibition Baroque: Style in the Age of Magnificence. Art Direction: Land Design Studio Filmed and edited by Mara Colombo and Simona Piantieri By courtesy of the Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa / Museu de São Roque

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            • Chapel In The Woods - BMPCC


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              This chapel was built in 1851and is located deep in the woods, up on a mountain in St. Koloman (Salzburg/Austria). The area surrounding this chapel is considered a ritual place, which goes back to the Hallstatt period and is said to be the most mysterious place in the state. I shot this with my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and a Walimex 14mm lens. Colored with Visioncolor LUTs

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              • Tim Keller Feb'09: Preaching the Gospel


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                • The unknown Mallorca


                  from Pedro Fiol / Added

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                  Majorca has so many things to see and do all year around! Take your self to those less known places of the island: The Unknown Mallorca Technical information: The camera used for all but one the shots it's the Canon 550D/T2i. The other camera used was my old Canon 300D/Rebel. Lenses used: Canon 18-135mm Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 Edited using Sony Vegas 11. Lightroom was used to edit the timelapses. Photomatix was also used to edit the only HDR timelapse of this video. Music is "Missing home" by a catalan composer named Cesc Vila. Check out his work at hipasonic http://www.hispasonic.com/mordekay_hs Special thanks to Qimp Beloso and Nino Leitner for their advices during the last days of edition.

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                  • NEST - Inspired by Homer's Odyssey


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                    NEST was a performance event commissioned by new arts organisation Stone Nest to mark the end of a period of inactivity for the Grade II listed Welsh Chapel on London's Shaftesbury Avenue. New Movement Collective were commissioned to breath life into a hugely atmospheric space with a colourful and wide-ranging history. Working in collaboration with digital artists Marshmallow Laser Feast, architects Studio Weave, composers Anna Meredith and Christopher Mayo, animator Fillipe Alcada, and costume designer Georg Meyer-Wiel, architecture, dance, animation and interactive light technologies were combined to create a promenade audience experience of exploration and adventure. www.newmovement.org.uk

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                    • peter zumthor's | bruder klaus feldkapelle | a model


                      from giulio zanetti / Added

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                      oh, yes, a model of the well-known chapel by peter zumthor located in köln, deutschland. I tried to reproduce the real building process, with wooden sticks and chalk. It took approximately one month. danke schön

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