1. A Day in California

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    from Ryan Killackey / Added

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    See the Sequel, called Imagine California, here: https://vimeo.com/78562451 A Day in California is comprised of 10,000+ individual photographs, taken on beginner Canon equipment. It is the result of a year and a half of travel around Southern California to capture some of the wonderful and unique locations that this great state has to offer. To learn more about the story behind A Day in California, check out my Huffington Post interview: http://huff.to/qdnc4O This video has been featured on CBS, NBC, Gizmodo, CNET, LAist, and many others. It is a Vimeo Staff Favorite, and received recognition by being #1 on Facebook, Google+, and Reddit. To have a video made or licensing opportunities, send me an email. Email: ryan@ryankillackey.com Web: RyanKillackey.com Twitter: twitter.com/RyanKillackey Music by Cinematic Orchestra (Song: Arrival of the Birds): http://amzn.to/A9NJxw

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    • Welcome to The Magic - A Disneyland Timelapse

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      more work www.mattgivot.com A Disneyland Timelapse by Matt Givot and Dan Douglas Over 20,000 images to show the one and only Disneyland Anaheim. In our latest time-lapse showcasing Disneyland and California Adventure, we combined artistry with technology to capture the magic Walt Disney has created. In one afternoon, we used timelapse photography to show some of the enchanting experiences guests from all over the world come to Disneyland to enjoy. The film gives a unique perspective of the colorful lights, moving crowds and entertaining rides. Our goal was to showcase the magic experienced only at Disneyland Anaheim, showing how Walt Disney’s theme park vision from the 1930’s has become the world’s most popular theme park. We hope you enjoy this glimpse into his magical world. And now the gear - over 75% of this was shot using the Carl Zeiss 21m f2.8 Distagon T*. It is almost hard to put anything else on the camera after shooting with this glass. Not only is this the sharpest lens we have shot on, It also has some of the best color rendering we have ever seen. In addition to the that glass, another important element was the Formatt Hitech 3.0 Prostop IRND filter. This would allow us to stop the camera 10 stops so we could get natural looking motion blur in the middle of the day. The motion control was created by using the emotimo Tb3 http://emotimo.com/ And the Dynamic Perception stage one http://www.dynamicperception.com/ The music was made by the very talented Nick Bertke (Pogo) Follow our adventures. Instagram @mgivot @danpvp Facebook https://www.facebook.com/givot.m https://www.facebook.com/DanTDouglas

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      • Disneyland Paris - Tilt Shift

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        Official Disneyland Paris Link : youtube.com/​watch?v=WhieInBgTq8 Could there is a better way to illustrate the tilt-shift technique but by photographing a theme park ? With its various settings, numerous parades and constant excitement, Disneyland Paris was only waiting for the Audiovisual Service to meet a team willing to apply the tilt-shift technique and reduce the park to its original model look. Director, Céranne Gantzer Director of photography , Daniel Meyer et Christian Van Hanja ----------------------------------------------------------------- Quel sujet pouvait aussi bien se prêter à la technique du tilt-shift qu'un parc d'attractions? Avec sa variété de décors, ses nombreuses parades et sa constante animation, Disneyland Paris n'attendait plus qu'une envie commune entre le service Audiovisuel du parc et une équipe désireuse d'exploiter la technique du tilt-shift pour être réduit à l'échelle d'une maquette. Réalisateur, Céranne Gantzer Directeurs photo, Daniel Meyer et Christian Van Hanja

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        • SuicideGirls Video Blog: October 12, 2010

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          Missy and Rambo are back in this weeks video blog! Tomorrow we've got a new interview going up: with the creator of CSI, Anthony E. Zuiker. Check out his new book (out Thursday) and Level26.com for a video sure to put you in the mood for Halloween and "scare the pants off you". We also had an interview with Janeane Garofalo go up this week, and Missy talks about the day she met her. Ohio SGs are throwing a party on November 6th to wrap up the Halloween festivities. We've got some new sets going up with some new SGs and some familiar ones too! Oh and Missy and Rambo made it to Disneyland this past weekend! YAY!

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          • Disneyland 1990

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            A short film created for Vimeo's Weekend Project: Memories Revisited. It's about my family's 1990 visit to Disneyland and the VHS tape that miraculously never wore out.

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            • Soundworks Collection: Walt Disney Imagineers

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              The vision and showmanship of Walt Disney has touched more corners of the world and hearts through his many films and theme parks. Since opening his first park "Disneyland" on July 17, 1955, Walt and his team of dream makers known as "Imagineers" have created many theme parks around the world. The SoundWorks Collection pulls back the curtain on the talented Imagineers who are responsible for the sounds and music of the Walt Disney theme park properties. In our exclusive video profile we explore the history and role of the audio team as they share their stories and creative challenges. We also take a visit through the original John James "Jimmy" MacDonald sound effects collection, which explores some of the classic Disney sound effects. "Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world." - Walt Disney For more exclusive videos check out www.SoundWorksCollection.com Join the SoundWorks Collection Vimeo Channel: www.vimeo.com/​channels/​soundworkscollection

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              • Noël / Christmas à Disneyland Paris

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                Les photographes et réalisateurs de Travelpics vous donnent des cours de photo ou vidéo accessibles à tous les niveaux sur http://www.photoprof.fr ****** Morceaux choisis de la saison de Noël à Disneyland Paris et du parc Disneyland : - Extraits de la Parade des Rêves Disney - Parade de Noël avec le Père Noël - Onride de l'attraction Big Thunder Mountain - Un morceau du show Place à la Fête avec Mickey et ses Amis - Cérémonie d'Illumination du Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant - Illumination du Sapin de Noël sur Town Square Vidéo issue de l'article disponible ici : http://www.travelpics.fr/2009/11/disneyland-resort-paris-lance-sa-saison-de-noel-en-grandes-pompes/ Images et montage : Stéphane Hacquin pour TravelPics.fr Filmé avec le Canon EOS 7D Ce n'est qu'un petit aperçu de Noël à Disneyland Paris. D'autres vidéos et reportages : http://www.travelpics.fr N'hésitez pas à nous donner votre avis sur nos reportages dans les commentaires, ou par mail : contact@travelpics.fr

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                • Johnny Cupcakes LA shoppe: Webisode #1

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                  ::::please wait for entire video clip to load, before watching:::: The first sneak peek / webisode #1 of the Johnny Cupcakes LA shoppe. Working closely with a company that builds, fabricates and engineers various things for Disney Land/World, Universal Studios as well as other international artists + architects. They're helping me bring my crazy ideas to life. This new LA Johnny Cupcakes shoppe will be quite the memorable experience. My parents and select friends think I'm insane for putting so much time, energy and money into my LA shoppe. I really just want it to be a fun, different, memorable experience. Whether people are or are not into my brand, every time they see a bakery or a cupcake they talk about Johnny Cupcakes. "Oh my - there's this kid who's been opening up bakeries on expensive streets, and he doesn't even sell real food!" - Instantly friends of the upset hungry people, become very curious & have to check out this Johnny Cupcakes thing. Now how about this; After going into my new LA shoppe and seeing 36 vintage oven doors that move & steam - as well as witnessing a giant 10' foot tall oven that employees walk in and out of... EVERY time those happy and/or unhappy people see an oven in their lifetime, my name/brand will probably come up in conversation. Every human looks at an oven at least two times a day, every day. "Oh my - there's this kid who opens up bakeries on expensive streets & doesn't even sell real food! On top of that, he has a poo poo load of moving/steaming vintage ovens in his store. This kid even has a 10' foot tall oven that employees walk in and out of! I don't get it?!" Yadda yadda yadda... anyways - I just still have that prankster inside of me. I almost feel like the Willy Wonka of t-shirts. I enjoy making people feel like kids again. And I want everyone to remember me when I pass away. I don't plan on passing away anytime soon, but it would be nice to be some sort of historic wise tale that gets passed down. And if/when I do pass away, it would be nice to go down in an adventurous way - via a great white shark eating me whole. Most companies try to cut corners to turn a huge profit, and don't think twice about making the customers happy via spending extra time, energy & money on attention to details & experiences. Well I'm ALL for the little (and BIG) details. It is all about the experience, because at the end of the day we're all just humans hustling a product to consumers. Why not make it an unforgettable adventure for both parties? Anyways, that's my two cents. Bon Appetit! Johnny Cupcakes johnnycupcakes.com

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                  • Johnny Cupcakes LA shoppe: Webisode #2

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                    ::::please wait for entire video clip to finish loading, before watching:::: The second webisode / sneak peek of the Johnny Cupcakes LA shoppe. Working closely with a company that builds, fabricates and engineers various things for Disney Land/World, Universal Studios, Jeff Koons, Ellsworth Kelly, as well as other international artists + architects. They're helping me bring my crazy ideas to life. This new LA Johnny Cupcakes shoppe will be quite the memorable experience. My parents and select friends think I'm insane for putting so much time, energy and money into my LA shoppe. I really just want it to be a fun, different, memorable experience. Whether people are or are not into my brand, every time they see a bakery or a cupcake they talk about Johnny Cupcakes. "Oh my - there's this kid who's been opening up bakeries on expensive streets, and he doesn't even sell real food!" - Instantly friends of the upset hungry people, become very curious & have to check out this Johnny Cupcakes thing. Now how about this; After going into my new LA shoppe and seeing a wall of 27 vintage oven doors that move & steam - as well as witnessing a giant 11' foot tall oven that employees walk in and out of... EVERY time those happy and/or unhappy people see an oven in their lifetime, my name/brand will probably come up in conversation. Every human looks at an oven at least two times a day, every day. "Oh my - there's this kid who opens up bakeries on expensive streets & doesn't even sell real food! On top of that, he has a poo poo load of moving/steaming vintage ovens in his store. This kid even has a 10' foot tall oven that employees walk in and out of! I don't get it?!" Yadda yadda yadda... anyways - I just still have that prankster inside of me. I almost feel like the Willy Wonka of t-shirts. I enjoy making people feel like kids again. And I want everyone to remember me when I pass away. I don't plan on passing away anytime soon, but it would be nice to be some sort of historic wise tale that gets passed down. And if/when I do pass away, it would be nice to go down in an adventurous way - via a great white shark eating me whole. Most companies try to cut corners to turn a huge profit, and don't think twice about making the customers happy via spending extra time, energy & money on attention to details & experiences. Well I'm ALL for the little (and BIG) details. It is all about the experience, because at the end of the day we're all just humans hustling a product to consumers. Why not make it an unforgettable adventure for both parties? Anyways, that's my two cents. My buddy Dan Dobi added his special filming ingredients and skills - I hope you enjoy! Re-post this video + spread the word about the coming grand opening of my Los Angeles shoppe; Saturday August 2nd. Doors at 3pm. 7959 Melrose Avenue. There are already a ton of people flying out from all around the U.S. to camp out for 3 days prior to the grand opening. Yes, 3 days. Bon Appetit! Johnny Cupcakes johnnycupcakes.com

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                    • Johnny Cupcakes LA shoppe: Webisode #3

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                      ::::please wait for entire video clip to finish loading, before watching:::: The third webisode / sneak peek of the Johnny Cupcakes LA shoppe. Working closely with a company that builds, fabricates and engineers various things for Disney Land/World, Universal Studios, Jeff Koons, Ellsworth Kelly, as well as other international artists + architects. They're helping me bring my crazy ideas to life. This new LA Johnny Cupcakes shoppe will be quite the memorable experience. My parents and select friends think I'm insane for putting so much time, energy and money into my LA shoppe. I really just want it to be a fun, different, memorable experience. Whether people are or are not into my brand, every time they see a bakery or a cupcake they talk about Johnny Cupcakes. "Oh my - there's this kid who's been opening up bakeries on expensive streets, and he doesn't even sell real food!" - Instantly friends of the upset hungry people, become very curious & have to check out this Johnny Cupcakes thing. Now how about this; After going into my new LA shoppe and seeing a wall of 27 vintage oven doors that move & steam - as well as witnessing a giant 11' foot tall oven that employees walk in and out of... EVERY time those happy and/or unhappy people see an oven in their lifetime, my name/brand will probably come up in conversation. Every human looks at an oven at least two times a day, every day. "Oh my - there's this kid who opens up bakeries on expensive streets & doesn't even sell real food! On top of that, he has a poo poo load of moving/steaming vintage ovens in his store. This kid even has a 10' foot tall oven that employees walk in and out of! I don't get it?!" Yadda yadda yadda... anyways - I just still have that prankster inside of me. I almost feel like the Willy Wonka of t-shirts. I enjoy making people feel like kids again. And I want everyone to remember me when I pass away. I don't plan on passing away anytime soon, but it would be nice to be some sort of historic wise tale that gets passed down. And if/when I do pass away, it would be nice to go down in an adventurous way - via a great white shark eating me whole. Most companies try to cut corners to turn a huge profit, and don't think twice about making the customers happy via spending extra time, energy & money on attention to details & experiences. Well I'm ALL for the little (and BIG) details. It is all about the experience, because at the end of the day we're all just humans hustling a product to consumers. Why not make it an unforgettable adventure for both parties? Anyways, that's my two cents. My buddy Dan Dobi added his special filming ingredients and skills - I hope you enjoy! Re-post this video + spread the word about the coming grand opening of my Los Angeles shoppe; Saturday August 2nd. Doors at 3pm. 7959 Melrose Avenue. There are already a ton of people flying out from all around the U.S. to camp out for 3 days prior to the grand opening. Yes, 3 days. Bon Appetit! Johnny Cupcakes johnnycupcakes.com

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