1. This is a short longboard film I recently produced. The idea behind it was to marry some slow motion longboard sliding to a 'glitch' track and mash it all up to the beat. I wanted the images and audio to become one. Also wanted to try some super slow shots and see how far I could push optical flow.

    Camera // Canon 7D, GoPro HD
    Lenses // Canon 24-105mm L f4, Canon 50mm f1.8, Tokina 11-16mm f2.8
    Software used // Final Cut Studio, Photoshop CS4

    Shot/directed/cut by Benjamin Dowie
    Music written and produced by Oliver Dowie

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    ©2010 BEANPOLE PRODUCTIONS

    # vimeo.com/13359521 Uploaded 306K Plays 275 Comments
  2. This audiovisual explores longboarding as a sport, from the slow motion perspective.
    Taking time remapping as leitmotiv, we search the way of making contrast between the movement and the tricks of these riders.
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    Este audiovisual explora al longboarding como deporte, desde el recurso del slow motion.
    Tomando el remapeo de tiempo como leitmotiv, buscamos el contraste entre el desplazamiento y los "tricks" de los corredores.

    Music by StrangeZero

    # vimeo.com/17143672 Uploaded
  3. A special thanks to the girls from Pearl London and Pure Storm.
    If you like this film please take a look at our website: photography-factory.co.uk

    We had the use of Sophia for a few moments... so we thought we would give a quick test to our equipment.

    In this test we were using a Vision Research Phantom HD slow motion camera shooting to a 120 gig ram stack at 1000frames per second, the lens was a 35mm Carl Zeiss Planar T* wide open. Please forgive the slight loss of focus at 1.35 the depth of field was less than 5cm, sophia (skipping in 15cm high heels) seems to have missed her mark very slightly and at the same time our focus puller seems to have been briefly distracted somehow?

    If you are inspired by this or any or our videos and would like to get some slow motion photography - please get in contact we are a lot of fun to work with. At photography-factory are are very experienced in slow motion, quite reasonable, and make our livings from creative photography. Plus we need money to pay for more tests...

    # vimeo.com/25808035 Uploaded 1.2M Plays 39 Comments
  4. A portrait of dancer Tim Persent.

    Cinematic poem brings an ode to dancers and what they are able to do with their body, by showing what our eyes normally can't see in real time.
    Shot on a Phantom high-speed camera, filming over a 1000 frames a second to create ultra slow motion.
    This fascinated me and I hope it will fascinate you...

    Credits;
    Director / D.o.P.: Daniel Gallenkamp n.s.c.
    Editor: Allard Zoetman
    Music: Andre Ettema
    Grading: Beer Buijsman
    Phantom tech.: Flip Bleekrode
    Gaffer: Eugene Sprik, Frank Berger
    Focus puller: Floris v.d. Lee, Danny v. Deventer
    Airbrush artist: Peter Evers
    Make up: Ingrid v. Wakeren, Fieke Brokkelkamp
    Ass. Make up: Denise Boon
    Electrician: Tjeerd Oosterhuis
    Set assistance: Kick Schlüter, Michel Koenders, Ronnie Boelens
    production manager: Wiarda Postma

    Idea & concept: Daniel Gallenkamp
    Produced by Smit & Jansen

    Thanks to
    NTR & Holland Dance
    All the crew members
    MacGyver Amsterdam
    Charles McGough - CameraRentals Amsterdam
    Allard Bouman - Het Licht Amsterdam

    Special thanks to Tim Persent

    # vimeo.com/36286106 Uploaded 502K Plays 79 Comments
  5. I edited this for Action Figure in Austin, TX. Me and the co-workers getting punched at 1,000 frames per second. Shot with phantom camera. Directed by Mark Miks.

    # vimeo.com/1675008 Uploaded 148K Plays 41 Comments

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