1. I LOOK & MOVE

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    from Constantine Konovalov / Added

    Stop-motion animation Camera Sony a33/a550 Tamron 17-50/2.8 Soft Apple Motion 5/Final Cut Pro X Every second our planet is spinning you, but you can begin to spin our world yourself. Every day you are able to go ahead in order to be happy and make happy others. Yes, it is not so simple. There are many obstacles in the way. Life is not a movie. Although it as a movie has a physical end. Nobody knows what will be in the end of our life. And while you live you are the director of each moment. Our new Stop Motion Animation "I LOOK & MOVE" about all those people who were able to turn this world, to change something, build something, create something and do something that tracks on our planet. The process of creating this stop-motion animation is described in the blog of our site: http://teeter-totter-tam.ru/i-look-and-move-en (English) О создании ролика: http://teeter-totter-tam.ru/i-look-and-move-ru (Rus) Our group in Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Teeter-totter-tam-Animation/132633960134183 Animation: http://teeter-totter-tam.ru Music and Sound Design: http://fabmartini.com

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    • Terra Sacra Time Lapses

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      from Sean F. White / Added

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      An around-the-world time lapse journey celebrating our Sacred Earth. Six years in the making... seven continents... 24 countries. Photographed & Edited by Sean F. White http://www.seanwhite.net Original score by Roy Milner http://www.roymilner.com Full details and locations shot-by-shot: http://www.TERRA-SACRA.com Versión en español http://www.beyondgravity.whsites.net/ioe/wordpress/?page_id=441 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/seanfwhite
 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sean-F-White-Photography-Films/291134517608278 -- My life as a filmmaker has blessed me with the privilege of seeing some of the most surreal and timeless places on the planet. These images of our Sacred Earth set to music are my way of sharing some of the magic I've experienced along the way... "Terra Sacra" ~ Latin for Sacred Earth. Terra Sacra Time Lapses is a short film featuring remote landscapes and ancient monuments from around the globe. These images were photographed during my assignments and personal travels between 2006-2012. I've combined my favourite shots from these trips into non-narrative film that touches on a theme close to my heart: Sacred Earth. The visuals are driven by an original score by composer Roy Milner (roymilner.com). The six-minute film is a journey through three distinct Acts: (I) Primordial Earth (II) Past meets Present and (III) Eternal Universe. This film is a personal project to share the beauty and awe I witnessed at these locations. I hope viewers will be moved by the intangible power of our Terra Sacra. THANKS TO: Endless thanks to Art Wolfe for hiring me to as the cinematographer for the public television series Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge and taking me to the ends of the Earth where most of the shots from Terra Sacra were made. Art, you are an inspiration and the most driven photographer I have ever known! I learned so much working on this show with our amazing crew and have stories to tell for a lifetime! http://www.artwolfe.com http://www.travelstotheedge.com Never-ending thanks to friends and colleagues Ian Herring and Maija Leivo of Parallax Film Productions for permission to us shots I took for the television series Ancient Megastructures (National Geographic Channel / History Television) and Battle Castle (Discovery/History Television/ BBC). These assignments provided unprecedented access to some of the world's most iconic ancient landmarks http://www.parallaxfilm.com Infinite thanks to my amazing wife Deddeda for her love and constant encouragement to pursue this project. TECHNICAL: Most of the time lapses were shot with a Canon 5D at the maximum resolution using a TC-80N3 intervalometer. A few shots were taken with a Canon 7D and Canon 5D mk II. All images are single manual exposures, no HDR composites. Original full resolution images were colour corrected and processed in 16-bit in Adobe Bridge using Camera Raw and exported as JPEG sequences at maximum quality. The rendered JPEG sets were then opened in Quicktime Pro as image sequences and exported at their native full resolution (up to 5K) as Quicktime movies at 23.98 fps with the Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) codec. The ProRes 422 (HQ) files were then edited in Final Cut Pro 7.0.3 on a ProRes 422 (HQ) timeline at 23.98. The master file is ProRes 422 (HQ) 1920 x 1080. Selected time lapse sequences were also processed using Adobe Bridge and LRTimelapse to smoothen aperture flicker apparent in some shots with large depth-of-field. LICENSING: If you are interested in licensing any of the shots from the film, please contact me so I can direct you to the appropriate agency. WHAT'S NEXT? I would love to revisit many of the locations in this film and other powerful sacred sites around the world to create a feature-length "Terra Sacra". The film would combine real-time, slow-motion, and motion control time lapse imagery - all in stereoscopic 3D. If you are an angel investor, potential sponsor, broadcaster, distributor or someone deeply passionate who would would like to get involved, please don't hesitate to contact me. Thank you. - Sean F. White http://www.seanwhite.net

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      • Good Morning Chicago - Your daily sunrise for the month of June

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        from Craig Shimala / Added

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        June was the first month this year that I had no travel plans so I challenged myself to wake up everyday at around 5am to capture the sunrise on downtown Chicago. I'm pretty proud I was able to wake up 29 of the 30 days at such and early hour of the day. Each shot you see in the video is in sequential order. 9 of the 30 days Mother Nature did not cooperate and provided either rain or heavy overcast skies. As a result, those days were left out since the captured footage wasn't much to look at. I used two cameras with a number of different lenses. A Canon 7D and an old Canon Rebel directly connected to a laptop. Unfortunately, the Rebel had some dirty sensor issues so some shots are not perfect. The majority of the shots were taken every 5 to 10 seconds and then stitched together as a sequence using Quicktime Pro at 60 fps. The final edit was done in Sony Vegas Movie Studio. I wish the final render was better. Too many random chunks of compression. Maybe my way of rendering the original QuickTime into a AVCHD Mpeg2 video was a horrible idea. It's never let me down in the past. Any advice? What's next? - I would like to setup a camera that is never touched and capture the exact same shot at the exact same settings every day. - Another version I would like to setup at a different location in the city each day. Music: Spark Mountain by umber http://www.soundsofumber.co.uk

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        • I LOOK & MOVE

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          from Irina Neustroeva / Added

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          Every second our planet is spinning you, but you can begin to spin our world yourself. Every day you are able to go ahead in order to be happy and make happy others. Yes, it is not so simple. There are many obstacles in the way. Life is not a movie. Although it as a movie has a physical end. Nobody knows what will be in the end of our life. And while you live you are the director of each moment. Our new Stop Motion Animation "I LOOK & MOVE" about all those people who were able to turn this world, to change something, build something, create something and do something that tracks on our planet. The process of creating this stop-motion animation is described in the blog of our site: http://teeter-totter-tam.ru/i-look-and-move-en Create a stop-motion animation, time-lapses and video arts: Teeter-totter-tam Animation: http://teeter-totter-tam.ru/ Music&Sound Design: http://fabmartini.com Our group in Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Teeter-totter-tam-Animation/132633960134183

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          • Metamorphosis

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            from Daniel Balteanu / Added

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            Metamorphosis is an experimental short film, filmed in and around Dublin, Ireland. It is based on the fast, changing and ever-moving world around us, a world in constant transformation. It begins with a mixture of shots that contemplate nature, with it's tranquility and beauty. Ensuing shots of fast-moving time-lapses of human activity create a sharp contrast with the nature shots. The experimental short film builds in momentum and leaves us with an almost dizzying effect of busy-ness and constant motion that we might not always be aware of, and that takes us further away from nature and our deepest sense of self. Music: "Veloma"- by Fabrizio Paterlini (http://www.fabriziopaterlini.com).

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            • My Backyard

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              from Stone Hut Studios / Added

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              www.stonehutstudios.com The sights and sounds of my new backyard - the forests and buildings of The Grand Traverse Commons. Formerly the Northern Michigan Asylum for the Insane built in 1885 (and later renamed the Traverse City State Hospital), the Commons is now one of the United State's largest historical preservation and redevelopment sites. Find out more about the place, the community and the history at TheVillageTC.com Filmed and Edited by Aaron Dennis Time-lapses shot using the awesome Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly and MX2 DollyEngine. Find out more at www.DynamicPerception.com Filmed using a Panasonic GH2 and a Canon 7D. ----------------------- Stone Hut Studios' mission is to help good-for-the-world organizations, companies and causes tell their stories through short online videos. www.stonehutstudios.com

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              • Soterion: Your Adventure Awaits

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                from James Knightly / Added

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                A commercial for a chartered sailboat in the British Virgin Islands. Director/DP/Editor: James Knightly GoPro Operator: Kenny Abbott Music licensing: With Etiquette Special Thanks to: Laura Knightly, Melissa Abbott, Sasha & Tara Bouis, Adam Mason, Rick Sebeck Shot on the Canon C100, GoPro Hero 3, and Canon 7D (time-lapses)

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                • Tokyo & Yokohama - A High Speed Journey

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                  from Andreas Doppelmayr / Added

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                  This video was filmed during a couple of nights in Tokyo and one evening in Yokohama. It begins with a few clips from/of/around the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (overlooking the area that supposedly inspired the movie Blade Runner), continues with a short clip from the Akihabara electronics district, then a few shots of some construction work near Shibuya, some clips from Ginza, a shot of Shibuya, a few clips near the Imperial Palace, some stuff in the metro, and finishes off with a clip of the Yokohama Bay Bridge and skyline. I wish I had some more time in Tokyo and Yokohama, they are great cities to film time-lapses in! Song: "Hand to Phone" by Adult.

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                  • Apartment Time-Lapse Montage

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                    from SMK Media / Added

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                    Here is a short edit that I made consisting of time-lapses that I filmed off of my back deck. It consists of clouds, sunsets, snow storms, and sunsets. I played around with all of my cameras to shoot this video. In one case I set up all three cameras at once filming the same snow storm. One camera filmed the storm, another camera filmed that camera shooting the storm, and the third camera was used to film the two cameras that were already set up. I used two Canon Rebel T2i's and a Panasonic HVX200. I hope you like it and I would love feedback. Filmed/Edited by: Scott Klumb

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                    • Experimental edit

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                      from Proper Films / Added

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                      http://proper-films.com Julia and I have been experimenting with different camera effects, here is some stuff we've been messing with. The effects are all real, hardly any post production besides color grading and slow motion. Some of the things we tried are Bokeh Slow motion Wiggle Stereoscopy 3D HDR Lensbaby Time-lapses Pin-hole photography

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