1. A short leisure trip to Bali, May 2012.

    Shot & edited by Dick Chua
    Music: "A Million Lights" by Mike Koch & Peter Larsen

    # vimeo.com/42752052 Uploaded 21.7K Plays 26 Comments
  2. The movie from our (me and my girlfriend) trip to Thailand (+ few days in Cambodia). This time I want to make typical movie from holiday. Only for us. As a souvenir :)

    1300 LIKES :)) THANK YOU!

    SEE MORE OF OUR VIDEOS:
    Teleport Through Norway vimeo.com/23507229
    Going to Cappadocia vimeo.com/37444779

    Places:
    Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Lipe, Koh Tarutao, Angkor Wat

    Camera:
    Canon 5D mark II

    Lenses:
    Canon 24-105mm L
    Canon 16-35mm L
    Canon 50 mm f/1.4

    Gears:
    Lee graduated nd filters
    Self made dolly (inspired by GlideTrack)
    SlikPro Tripod

    Edited in FCP & Apple Colors

    Self made dolly?
    My dolly looks like this: flickr.com/photos/inspbylife/5697600132/#/photos/inspbylife/5697600132/lightbox/ It has only 0,5 m long. I made it from igus parts igus.com/wpck/default.aspx?pagename=drylin_w

    The dolly is extremly mobile. With Slik Pro 340 DX tripod & head it weighs 2,5 KG. Not so much :)

    It's cost about 160 euro:
    - Slik Pro tripod with head: 60 euro
    - Parts from Igus (rail + guide carriage): 100 euro

    # vimeo.com/23383691 Uploaded 156K Plays 217 Comments
  3. New Zealand, South Island

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    Music: Water by SaReGaMa
    http://saregama-music.blogspot.com/

    Hot Air Balloon Pilot: Hugh McLellan
    Sunrise Balloons, Queenstown
    http://www.ballooningnz.com/
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    Aoraki / Mt.Cook, Mt.Tasman, Milford Sound, Lake Matheson, Lake Tekapo,
    Castle Hill, Arthur's Pass, Tasman Glacier Lake, Hooker Glacier Lake,
    Gillespies Beach, The Remarkables, Queenstown

    Set of "Making Of" photos can be found here:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/vmetron/sets/72157625617931498/

    # vimeo.com/17808185 Uploaded 587K Plays 163 Comments
  4. Hooray and hello...last year I promised and now here we go :)

    After one year of abstinence, I finally finished the fifth part of my "Natural Wonders"-sequel:

    [elements] HAWAII

    In September 2011 my girl and me spent one month on the four Hawaian islands Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island.
    I don´t think, I have to say too much about Hawaii.
    It´s a fantastic piece on earth with absolutely stunning landscapes, perfect hiking trails, wonderful rainforests and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

    Lemme say, that we shot more than 57.000 (!) photos (incl. timelapses) and tons of videos.
    We gathered more than 2 terabyte of data and it was a pain in the ass to sort all the stuff out.
    (which is still in progress;)

    We did see the Mauna Kea and Kilauea volcanoes, visited the Napali coast and walked the famous Kalalau trail, which is 11 miles long and which shall be one of the hardest hiking trails in the world.

    Sometimes we even took the risks to see places, one usually don´t get to see, as we walked strictly forbidden trails like Oahus "Sacred Falls Trail".

    We damaged so much of our equipment, so my 7D and some lenses as well as tripods and videoheads.
    For example, I was flushed away while taking a 360 degree panorama of a cliff at the Koko Crater Head Park, when a huge wave came up, which I stupidly pretty underestimated :D
    (you can see the 360 here:
    http://www.360cities.net/image/east-shore-at-halona-point-koko-crater-oahu-hawaii#283.00,0.10,70.0 )

    We crouched through mud on the ground, under trees and walked through bamboo forests to see nearly every worth-to-see waterfall, the perfect beach and hidden or ancient places.

    [elements] HAWAII just gives a short overview of all the isles, showing the nicest places (of course not all;) with its four elements, earth, water, air and fire (OK, not really fire, but plenty of sun;).

    Unfortunately we didn´t see lava on our lava tour, not even steams or whatever.
    Anyway...I hope you enjoy this movie.

    I spent quite a lot of time on the sounddesign, of which I´m really proud of.
    Normally this movie has a 6 channel audio, which lets explode your speakers, but for Vimeo its just a stereo downmix.
    If you wanna get the full blast, just drop me a mail and I´ll provide you with the AC3 file.
    (mediaplayer classic is able to play both without muxing...so no stress;)

    Technically this project was straight forward (once, I had a workflow *g* ).
    As my tripod just weights 900 gr., most of the shots (especially Mauna Kea and Kilauea) were shaky because of the blasts of wind,so you can imagine what happened to my TL´s (After Effects did such a phenomenal job on stabilizing all the stuff).

    The rest of the shots were mostly shot in guerilla style (too much hassle with the bad working MH055M8-Q5 PRO Photo-/Videohead, so I decided to forget it and to film the rest with just my hands, hoping that the stabilizing later on will work ;)

    To cut a long story short: grab your popcorn, turn on your speakers and enjoy!
    ...and..if you like... don´t forget to put a "like" on it :)

    Equipment used:

    .Canon EOS 7D,
    .Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ38,
    .B+W MRC Polarizer, slim,
    .Tokina AF 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro DX,
    .Kenko Polarizer,
    .Sigma 17-50mm, F2,8 EX DC OS HSM,
    .Kenko Polarizer Digital Pro,
    .Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 USM L IS,
    .B+W MRC Polarizer, slim,
    .Walimex Pro 8mm, f3,5, Fisheye,
    .Bilora Photo Geotagger GT-01,
    .Set of Macro Rings,
    .Sirui 1204X Travel Tripod,
    .Manfrotto MH055M8-Q5 PRO Photo-/Videohead,
    .JJC-TM-A remote switch/timer,
    .LowePro Shoulder Harness & Waistbelt,
    .Zoom H2 Audiorecorder,
    .LCD-VF Viewfinder,

    Shot mostly at ISO 100, 30 fps, Technicolor Cinestyle picture style, edited in Canopus Edius, graded in Lightroom and stabilized in After Effects.

    For my photogallery visit:
    http://www.iedn.de/hawaii.htm

    and here are the 360 degree panoramas:
    http://www.iedn.de/360_hawaii.htm

    Music-Licensing sponsored by e·Sence® - digital department | http://www.e-sence.de

    # vimeo.com/34706209 Uploaded 20.8K Plays 43 Comments
  5. A movie shot in Bali but also Gili Air and Lombok. We travelled during 3 intensive weeks and tried to do everything possible, Indonesia is awesome !
    I used my new Canon 5d Mark III with a simple monopod, 2 lenses (Canon 50mm f/1.4, Canon L 70-200mm USM), 2 batteries and a cameone (to shot under water). I hope you will enjoy my first movie with a DSLR.

    - Selected for the Driven Creativity Competition 2012
    - Selected by CCTV America for Americas Now during the Apec Summit : youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=-9IDaEKHtHo#t=135

    - MUSIC -
    M83 - Midnight City

    - THANKS TO -
    Julia Castanier
    Myriam Charroy
    Brice Morisse
    and BALI !

    Over The Moon Productions // overthemoonprod.com
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    Ce petit film est tourné à Bali et aussi sur Gili Air et Lombok. Nous avons voyagé pendant 3 semaines intensive et j'ai essayé de faire tout ce qui était possible, ce pays est génial!
    J'ai utilisé mon Canon 5d Mark III avec un monopode, 2 lentilles (Canon 50mm f/1.4, Canon L 70-200mm USM), 2 batteries et une cameone (pour filmer sous l'eau). J'espère que vous apprécierez mon premier film en DSLR.

    Vidéo sélectionné pour le concours Driven Creativity Competition 2012

    - MUSIQUE -
    M83 - Midnight City

    - REMERCIEMENTS -
    Julia Castanier
    Myriam Charroy
    Brice Morisse
    Et aussi à BALI!

    Over The Moon Productions // overthemoonprod.com

    # vimeo.com/49368502 Uploaded 19.8K Plays 13 Comments

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