Check Out The Latest Fortnight Lingerie Videos At: vimeo.com/fortnightlingerie Fortnight Lingerie Presents Super Sexy CPR: Now that we’ve got you interested in learning CPR and the Abdominal Thrust, go get properly certified by taking a class through one of the many certifying authorities in your local area... Then go get some lingerie... make sure it says Fortnight Lingerie on the label... cause it may just save your life. www.fortnightlingerie.com Title: SUPER SEXY CPR Director / Cinematographer: CURTIS WEHRFRITZ Stylist: HEATHER LAKE / VANESSA FISCHER Make-Up: KRISTEN BROWNING Original Music By: ADAM ALL Song Title: 'FLATLINE' The Official Track Is Available At iTunes: bit.ly/bWOG7z Advertiser: FORTNIGHT LINGERIE Product/Service: LINGERIE Company: RED URBAN CANADA City/Country: TORONTO, CANADA Year: 2010+ More details
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I've seen tons of plans for these things. Here's mine! This project can be done for under $100 (if you don't screw it up like I did). The audio is horrid, I know. Don't care though! Below is a list of parts you will need, you can figure out what tools to use. I include some footage at the end, using this dolly. If you have a slow computer, or you don't have the most recent copy of flash installed, panning and side motions (hell, any motion) will look like crap! Viewed this video on a computer other than mine & I couldn't watch it. Too damn jerky! And YES, this is "No Budget" compared to what you would pay for a pro setup. PARTS: (1) 32" square x 3/4" thick piece of plywood (8) Soft inline skate wheels (2) 32" pieces of 1 1/2" angle aluminum (1/8" wall thickness) (8) 1/4" / 20x2" hex bolts (8) 1/4" flat washers (28) 1/4" nuts (16) 1 1/4" fender washers (4) 1/4"x2 1/2" carriage bolts (2) 10' pieces of 1" sch. 40 PVC pipe (1) 5/16" drill bit (1) Medium size drill bit (smaller then your 5/16" bit) (1) Small drill bit (I used a 9/32" bit for my starter holes) More no budget tutorials here: http://www.vimeo.com/album/11663+ More details
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Got this one from Eugenia vimeo.com/eugenia here at Vimeo. Sorry for the crapy sound! 1) I use two thin, stretched out rubber bands (about 2 inches when relaxed) work the best, a gossamer connection between you and the tripod 2) In general cranking the pan resistance up yields the best results. 3) The smoothest pans happen when the tension is enough that the ruuber band is stretched to 75% of it's max (about 8-10 inches) when panning. 4) The rubber band also allows the head to slowly come to stop as the band contracts after you've stopped panning. 5) You can bundle several around the pan arm on your tripod and never be without. More no budget tutorials here: http://www.vimeo.com/album/11663 Happy Panning, Jay Boy+ More details
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The IndiSlider is a unique piece of production kit. This video is my attempt (I'm no on-camera talent!), to try and share how I use it. I don't mount it the way it's supposed to be mounted, so this is just my way of doing it! I find I get more versatility mounting it this way. Including using it as a 3 foot jib once it's mounted! There are drawbacks, there is a slight tilt as it slides along the path this way, and ground shooting is difficult with the plate stuck on the bottom, but I explain a solution to that! The Indislider tends to slightly slow down in certain spots along it's path. I find keeping the rails clean really helps. Wipe them down before each use with a lens cloth. UPDATE: I've removed the 5th braking block from the bottom of the slider, the one with the turn knob on it. This seemed to be causing much of the binding I was experiencing. You need to remove one of the end blocks, then slide the whole plate out, the one that falls loose is the one you want to remove. Give it a try, your mileage may vary! This is shot in 720p 24fps on an EX1. I show my V1 with a Letus extreme and Zacuto rails being mounted on the slider. I'm not endorsing in any way this device. I just want to share my experiences with it. Visit here for a video made with the IndiSlider: http://www.vimeo.com/1487027+ More details
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An attempt at a DIY video to instruct people on how to capture HD video from a PlayStation 3. This video is jittery on this page and in the encoded download. There's nothing I can do to fix this since it always reverts to the jittery version even if the file is replaced. For the 30p version, go to my Viddler page. This was made when I was on a Intel E2180 and nForce 630i. I am now on a Intel Q6700 @ 3.2Ghz (320x10) and a Intel G33+ICH9 and a dedicated SATA capture drive so I don't get any dropped frames. Note: The Vimeo staff said this can stay, and will not be deleted on Sept 1st, 2008. But, if you do get it working, please do NOT post your results here at Vimeo due to the new rule. A alternative site to host your encoded files is Viddler.+ More details
Check Out The Latest Fortnight Lingerie Videos At: vimeo.com/fortnightlingerie Fortnight Lingerie Presents Super Sexy CPR: Now that we’ve got you interested in learning CPR and the Abdominal Thrust, go get properly certified by taking a class through one of the many certifying authorities in your local area... Then go get some lingerie... make sure it says Fortnight Lingerie on the label... cause it may just save your life. www.fortnightlingerie.com Title: SUPER SEXY ABDOMINAL THRUST Director / Cinematographer: CURTIS WEHRFRITZ Stylist: HEATHER LAKE / VANESSA FISCHER Make-Up: KRISTEN BROWNING Original Music By: ADAM ALL Song Title: 'FLATLINE' The Official Track Is Available At iTunes: bit.ly/bWOG7z Advertiser: FORTNIGHT LINGERIE Product/Service: LINGERIE Company: RED URBAN CANADA City/Country: TORONTO, CANADA Year: 2010+ More details
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This is my attempt at showing you how I made my 20-80 Igus Slider. The steps will be the same if you are using the smaller 16-60 rail. In the end I did put a quick connect plate on the end as one stopper and wheels on the other end for easy portability. This rail is massive and it gets a lot of attention when I'm shooting with it. If you plan on shooting in public, plan on getting a lot of questions about how people can get one of these. Featured in igus slider references album https://vimeo.com/album/1512166/ If you have questions please contact me at email@example.com. Photos can be found at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bigboxpro/sets/72157624640343570/+ More details
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I decided that I would share whatever knowledge I have in my brief time with my EX1 and Letus Extreme 35 mm lens adapter by doing a video blog. I am not an expert, but I have logged some serious hours on both of them. I created my website initially to get my name out to potential clients and sell my television skills as a freelancer. I have found jobs because of this website, but I have also discovered that there is a huge community of people who are interested in producing quality television. Most of them have commented on my videos and sent me comments through my chat room, forum, vimeo and email. Many people have emailed me and asked me several questions regarding my homemade dolly system, my modified telescope panning time lapsing, features on the ex1, color grading using Magic Bullet and shooting with the Letus Extreme. I have found it very difficult to email answers to these questions. The best way to help people understand is to show them. This is what I am planning to do with Video Blog entries. This is my first. I will try to do more as I get some time off this summer. I have shot this video in the “Surviorman” technique with multiple cameras alone in the wild (where I like to shoot). I decided to answer the vignette question that many people have asked me. I own cheap lenses, so some of my vignetting could be inside the film lens and not in the Letus. This “webisode” details using the EX1’s zoom lens to push past the Letus innards and remove the black on the sides of the frame. It is important that the ground glass window is close to center in the frame as you push through it. You will see that it is not and I need to calibrate it. I did not talk about or fix any of this in the video. I am currently having trouble with edge sharpness on the Letus. This is because I adjusted the Letus ground glass back-focus and by doing so, the ground glass plate is not perfectly straight anymore. I will try to fix this (or I may have to send it back to Letus). One thing to look at here is the fact that the EX1 blows the Sony Z1U and the Sony HC3 HDV cameras away in color and general imagery. When I was cutting this together, I could not believe how bad the Z1U looks against the new Sony CMOS chips in the EX1. I tried to be as clear as possible, but if you have any questions, please use my forum. For more information on the Letus Extreme (or to purchase one) please check out http://www.letusdirect.com. My webpage is located at http://www.tomguilmette.com+ More details
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Update: check out Fstoppers 2011 Behind The Scenes Video Contest. We are giving away over $20,000 in prizes for the best 3 BTS videos: www.fstoppers.com/2011contest Sports and Concert photographer David Bergman takes us backstage with one of the biggest bands in the world as he talks about making great live event photographs. Topics include shooting for Sports Illustrated, creating the most viewed presidential inauguration photo of all time, and gaining tour access to produce compelling concert photographs. Check out more of David's work at www.davidbergman.net and www.Tourphotographer.com and more Behind the Scenes videos at www.Fstoppers.com Click LIKE on the top right if you enjoyed this video+ More details
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