1. A slowed down look at a city consumed by snow, and the people who brave it. Filmed in variable high frame rates on the Phantom camera. Shot and edited on January 21st 2014 during a day long snow storm in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn.

    A House of Nod Production
    Shot & Edited by Robert Kolodny

    Phantom Camera rentals available @ houseofnod.com/high-speed-cinematography/


    Contact: rob@houseofnod.com

    # vimeo.com/84726577 Uploaded 12.6K Plays 15 Comments
  2. 20 Dec, 2013 to 13 Jan, 2014
    2050km from Hamilton (near Toronto), Ontario to Halifax, Nova Scotia
    Went through the Toronto Ice storm, -35C in Quebec, and snow/rain storms in New Brunswick/Nova Scotia
    full journal at: http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/CAN2013b

    # vimeo.com/84278636 Uploaded 1,029 Plays 1 Comment
  3. This is my attempt to document yesterday's blizzard. For a few moments or so, New York looked like this... and then it turned to grey slush like it always does.

    Shot, edited, graded and composed by Jake Oleson

    BTS Interview with Splice Community:


    Canon Mark iii with Technicolor Cinestyle
    Canon 24-70mm

    # vimeo.com/84790931 Uploaded 45.9K Plays 42 Comments
  4. https://roadtrippers.com/places/banff-national-park-banff-2/62310
    Take a trip with us to Canada's oldest National Park filled with glacial lakes, northern lights, mountainous terrain and gorgeous canyons!

    Turn the Volume up, HD on and enjoy the experience of Banff National Park!!
    *if you are capable of watching in a higher resolution than 1080p choose original as this film was finished in 4k*

    The mountains in Banff National Park are beyond spectacular and warrant anyone to visit here just to see them! But then at the base of the mountains are glacier fed lakes and gorgeous hikes through out the park. It was an experience unlike any other, especially with the added bonus of the Northern Lights! During the week while shooting this video the Northern Lights came out to play on the horizon while the moon ( :30 ) rose. Then three nights later, unexpected even from the prediction sites it came out in full force dancing away as you can see during the opening scene! It was clear even to my own eyes on the horizon!

    The town of Banff is also a rather worthwhile stop on a road trip through the Canadian Rockies as well! From the awesome locals, food and breweries to the mountainous terrain view able from the main street!!

    Equipment used:
    Canon 6d
    Canon 5d mark ii
    Canon 16 - 35, 24-70, 70-200.
    Rokinon 14

    Motion Control:
    Emotimo TB3 Black
    Dynamic Perception Stage Zero

    Film + Edit: Joel Schat (http://joelschat.com)
    Music: Todd Mowbray

    # vimeo.com/85019881 Uploaded 40.8K Plays 11 Comments
  5. In late December 2013 I visited Wisconsin, the frozen tundra, for my annual family vacation. I didn't know what to expect. And it was surreal. Cold wind. Snow. Icy landscape as far as you can see and everything was frozen solid with temperature below zero - fahrenheit as well as celsius.
    Despite the crazy weather I had the chance to watch a NFL game live - Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers at the famous Lambeau Field. Finally. A NFL game. Finally. Lambeau field, the stadium I visited, when I was 15 years old, back in 1996.
    Well, I'm a huge sports fan but never saw something comparable to a NFL game before. All I can say is, that it was a one of a kind experience. Packers fans are just unbelievable.

    Written, directed & shot by Oliver Würffell
    Edit & sound design by Vincent Urban
    Grading by Marcus Adam
    Voice Over by Daryl Jackson @ Orange Sound, Munich

    BTW. This is a none-commercial film. I'm just a fan of the NFL and especially the Green Bay Packers.

    # vimeo.com/86057443 Uploaded 510K Plays 73 Comments



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