1. Our goal was to set out and shoot a short film that was lit entirely by moonlight. We waited for the moon to become full and on the night of September 8th we set out to explore the coast in California and see what we could find.

    When we arrived at our location, the timing couldn't have been more perfect! It was around 12:30 AM and the moon was barely lighting the beautiful beach. The entire shoot took place between 12:30 AM- 2:00 AM.

    For the first two scenes were shot at a different location a few days before the moon became full. The first scene was shot at 1/25th, f/1.4, 25,600 ISO,
    The second scene was shot at 1/25th, f/1.4, 32,000 ISO

    Our settings for the rest of the video were around 1/30th, f/1.4, ISO 12,800. To give you a perspective of how dark it was, there are a couple photos in the behind the scenes below.

    We did not add any color grading, noise reduction, or sharpness.
    All of the clips are straight out of the camera shot in the PP2 setting.

    You will notice some purple fringing around the left side, The Metabones adapter that we rented had a light leak issue from what it looks like.

    Sony has done an amazing job in creating this camera especially after seeing the quality that has come out of this camera.

    Song used:
    Clouds over hills by A. Taylor

    Gear used:
    Sony A7s
    Metabones EF to NEX Smart Adapter II
    Zeiss 55mm 1.4 Otus
    Zeiss 28mm 2.0

    # vimeo.com/105690274 Uploaded 647K Plays 197 Comments
  2. Eden Valley, Cumbria, UK. See lintelfilm.uk for more of our work.

    Panasonic G6
    Lensbaby Tilt Transformer (Nikon F to MFT)
    Metabones SpeedBooster (Nikon F to MFT)
    Micro-Nikkor 55mm f2.8 AI-S (macro stuff)
    Nikkor 105mm f2.5 AI
    Nikkor 24mm f2.8 AI-S (just a couple of wide shots)
    Manfrotto 561BHDV Monopod

    Edit and grade in FCPX

    Music: 'String Improptu Number 1' by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons.

    # vimeo.com/105648612 Uploaded
  3. Directors Ilya V. Abulkhanov & Simon Clowes collaborate with Bungie to design and direct the opening cinematic to their new video game franchise Destiny. Set in present day Mars, the story narrates the first encounter, the discovery of an unidentified spherical object – The Traveler.


    Design and Production Company: Prologue Films
    Directors: Ilya V. Abulkhanov & Simon Clowes
    CG Supervisor: Lee John Nelson
    Producer: Armando Plata
    Executive Producer: Unjoo Byars
    Production Manager: Paul Alexiou
    Animation Supervisor: Mitch Gonzalez
    FX Supervisor: Allan McKay
    Lighting Lead: Daniel Hayes
    Compositing Supervisor: Sam Edwards
    Character Modeler: Dan Katcher
    Lead TD: Michael Fisher
    Rigging TD: Peter Christensen
    Animation: Brian Wyser and Colin Cromwell
    Lighting: Desiree Lunsford and Patrick Vidal
    Compositing: Siobhan Lo, Jessica Laszlo, Andrea Caretta, Sarah Brooke Grossmann, Nabil Schiantarelli & Ilya V. Abulkhanov
    FX: Hnedel Maximore, Benjamin Liu and Patrick Schuler
    CG Artists: Bora Jurisic and Jeffrey Dietrich
    Matte Painter: Matthew Gilson
    Concept Artist: Gavriil Klimov
    Texture Artist: Paul Fedor
    Previs: Zac Cavaliero and John Velazquez
    Storyboard Artist: Doug Stambaugh
    Storyboard Concept Art: Nadia Tzuo
    Editor: llya V. Abulkhanov
    Storyboard Animatic: llya V. Abulkhanov
    Colorist: Simon Clowes
    Systems: Brian Holmes, Dylan Harper and Kevin McCartney
    Managing Director: Kimberly Cooper
    Mocap Artists: Scott Levy, Mikal Vega and Mitch Gonzalez
    Motion Capture Services: Activision Capture Studio
    Additional Fluid FX : Fusion CI Studios

    Star Map Sequence
    Director: Simon Clowes
    Producer: Armando Plata
    Executive Producer: Unjoo Byars
    Designer: Christian Antolin
    Animator: Takayuki Sato
    Editor: Gabriel J. Diaz

    Client: Bungie
    Story / Creative Direction feedback: Jason Jones
    Creative Director / Project Lead: Christopher Barrett
    Producer: Dave Dunn
    Director of Marketing and COO: Pete Parsons
    Associate Producer: Scott Taylor
    Technical Feedback: David Parker
    Concept Support: Joe Cross
    Story / Brief: Joe Staten
    Budgets: Harold Ryan
    Character Art Feedback: Shikai Wang
    Localization Feedback: Tom Slattery
    Weapon / Vehicle Feedback: Tom Doyle
    Art Feedback: Ryan Ellis
    FX Feedback: Steve Scott
    Environment Feedback: Michael Zak
    Animation Feedback: Bill O'Brien

    # vimeo.com/105513191 Uploaded 51.5K Plays 25 Comments
  4. One man's cross-Atlantic journey reveals the truth about electronics recycling.
    To donate or sell electronics go here --> gizmogul.com/DONATE

    Directed by: Alex Gorosh - @Gogogorosh
    Produced by: Stephen Schneider
    Written by: Alex Gorosh + Stephen Schneider
    Original Score by: Vibe Mountain - http://tinyurl.com/mke799p
    Additional Music by: Gramatik - gramatik.net
    Audio Mix: William McGuigan

    Special Thanks: Kwame Owusu, Isaac 'Kochoko' Mensah, Ben Williams, Marisa Rico, Max Joseph, Kevin McElvaney, Pretty Lights Music

    A portion of every transaction will benefit the children of Agbogbloshie.



    # vimeo.com/104059452 Uploaded 242K Plays 153 Comments
  5. We recently collaborated with Kessler Crane to create a short film about the art form of engraving with master engraver Gerry Beathard.
    (This film received a Vimeo Staff Pick over on the Kessler page)

    Behind The Scenes:

    Production Company - the-delivery-men.com

    Gear Used:
    3' Cineslider
    Kessler Second Shooter (Formerly UniDrive)
    Pocket Jib
    Rev 2 w/ Oracle
    Movi M10
    DJI Phantom
    Canon C300
    Canon C100

    Special Thanks to Gerry Beathard and his family.

    # vimeo.com/103743509 Uploaded 2,731 Plays 2 Comments

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