1. A short tilt-shift time-lapse film featuring the city of Melbourne, Australia. This piece is 10 months in the making and features a range of different events and festivals held in the city throughout the year.

    Music: "Reflections" by Tom Day. Big thanks to Tom for his sound effects and audio mix soundcloud.com/tomday

    Equipment: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 17-40mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L and 70-300mm f/4-5.6 USM

    The tilt-shift effect and grading was applied in Photoshop, and the film was edited in LRTimelapse, After Effects and Premiere Pro CS6.

    Most of the shots were captured from the Eureka Skydeck, which is a lookout at the top of Melbourne's tallest building. Other locations were the Shrine of Remembrance memorial, car parks and bridges around the city.

    # vimeo.com/64783605 Uploaded 409K Plays 149 Comments
  2. TYPE-O-MATIC is an After Effects type animation tool for designers and motiongraphers developed by Hamo Studio.

    The Controller, Masked and Unfold. 3 different ways of animating type easy, quick and customizable.

    Download at:

    Animate any font in a few steps.
    1.- Import controller.aep, masked.aep or unfold.aep to the library.
    2.- Open change_font_HERE! composition, select all layers and choose font.
    3.- Open alphabet composition, select and copy the letters you need to form a word.
    4.- Create a new composition, paste and composite the letters.
    5.- Render scene

    # vimeo.com/48790180 Uploaded 478K Plays 31 Comments
  3. Motion graphic for pideo - video puzzle game for iOS.
    Check the whole presentation here: http://www.behance.net/gallery/Pideo-App/7032465

    Music and Sound Design: Alexander Dolapchiev vimeo.com/user1515367

    # vimeo.com/58363288 Uploaded 99.1K Plays 16 Comments



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