1. starring léonore baulac and allister madin for the paris opera ballet

    director : louis de caunes
    producer : solal micenmacher
    choreographer : benjamin millepied
    director of photography : sophian belgarbi
    production designer : lola osorio
    1st assistant director : sonia monteiro
    1st assistant camera : martin neumann
    2nd assistant camera : loup lebreton
    electrician : nicolas cadot
    editor : lionel devuyst
    colorist : gabriel porier
    post production : nighshift
    music : toys

    production company : standard films

    thank you
    valentin adam
    julien pasquier
    mourad belkeddar
    nicolas lhermitte
    nowness

    # vimeo.com/116022179 Uploaded 295K Plays 78 Comments
  2. Learn how to motion track and replace a billboard on 360 footage. This tutorial covers many aspects of working with 360 degree footage: Assessing the footage for tracking method; Re orientating the footage for work; Extracting the footage; Syntheyes to Ae; Converting 3D tracks to cornerpin; Corner pinning Graphics; Sign edge replacement; Integrating the changes; Roto elements; Animating the graphics; Reversing transforms; Preparing for output/render.

    Try a free demo of SkyBox Studio: mettle.com/product/skybox-studio/
    Tutorial hosted by Tim Harris.

    # vimeo.com/160099058 Uploaded
  3. Shot 01:
    4k 100mbs, downgraded at 1080 in post-production
    Slog3, S-Gamut.Cine
    25fps, 1/50, F4, 1600 ISO
    Under exposed

    Shot 02:
    4k 100mbs, downgraded at 1080 in post-production
    Slog3, S-Gamut.Cine
    25fps, 1/50, F4, 51200 ISO
    Shot at +2 exposure, Edited at -2 exposure with FilmConvert

    Shot 03:
    4k 100mbs, downgraded at 1080 in post-production
    Slog3, S-Gamut.Cine
    25fps, 1/50, F10, 320000 ISO
    Shot at +2 exposure, Edited at -2 exposure with FilmConvert

    # vimeo.com/203606508 Uploaded 180 Plays 0 Comments
  4. The Atacama desert is home to the darkest and cleanest skies in the world. A view to the nightsky rewards with uncountable numbers of stars and fantastic nebulas in one of the most quiet a empty places on earth. Not a single noise distracts from the grand show the nightsky has to offer.
    The environment is harsh though. Filmed in freezing temperatures, altitudes up to 5000m/16000ft, salt lakes and icy slopes, the Atacama is not friendly to life and equipment. Though it provides without doubt for epic and vast vistas of one of the greatest landscapes on earth.

    CONTACT: martin[@]timestormfilms.net
    STOCK FOOTAGE: app.nimia.com/featured/collections/15576/
    WEBSITE: timestormfilms.com
    FACEBOOK: facebook.com/TimestormFilms
    INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/martin_heck/

    MUSIC: “ You'll Believe A Man Can Fly” - Mattia Cupelli: mattiacupelli.weebly.com/

    EQUIPMENT:
    Cameras: 2x Sony A7RII, Sony A7s, Canon 6D
    Lenses: Zeiss Otus 28mm f1.4, Canon 11-24mm f4, Tamron 15-30mm f2.8, Sigma 50mm f1.4, Zeiss Milvus 35mm f2, Canon 70-200mm f4
    Motion-Control: eMotimo Spectrum ST4, Dynamic Perception Stage Zero, iOptron Star Tracker

    # vimeo.com/231516166 Uploaded 277K Plays 105 Comments

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