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  2. When unpredictable weather conditions boast a 50/50 success rate, the odds are in your favour – at least, as far as BC-based surf filmmaker Ben Gulliver and surf photographer Jeremy Koreski are concerned.

    Times are changing, and a new breed of artists are closing the gap on their ambitions; relieved of obstacles that were hindering a decade ago. When a musician's Soundcloud uploads turn into a world tour, and a photographer's steady Instagram following evolves into an international campaign, it's clear to see that more than ever, being a creator is synonymous with being self-made.


    Ben Gulliver - @bengulliver
    Jeremy Koreski - @jeremykoreski
    Pete Devries - @petedevries
    Noah Cohen - @cohenscorner

    Directed, edited, and filmed by: Alex Craig
    With additional cinematography by: Ben Gulliver


    Alex Craig:
    Canon C100 camera
    EF 70 - 200mm f/2.8L
    EF 28mm f/1.8
    EF 85mm f/1.2L

    Jeremy Koreski:
    Canon 1D X
    Canon 5D Mark III
    EF 600mm f/4L
    EF 70-200m f/2.8L IS II
    EF 24-70mm f/2.8L
    EF 16-35mm f/2.8L
    EF 50mm f/1.2L
    EF 15mm f/2.8

    Chad Vangelaan - "Monster" (Courtesy of Sub Records and Sub Pop Publishing_
    Web of Sunsets - "Room of Monsters" & "Navey Blue" (Courtesy of End of Time Records by arrangement with Sub Pop Licensing)

    Atleo Air
    Josh Bradford
    Jay Bertin
    Lacey Swain
    Chad Vangelaan


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  3. Direction: Salva Borrego & David Pocull
    Illustration & Design: David Pocull
    Animation: Salva Borrego
    Production Company / Creative Direction: OuYeah!
    Client: TV3

    # vimeo.com/117150015 Uploaded
  4. London-based artist Jonny Epstein creates a reality TV alter ego for British songwriter and producer Royce Wood Junior.
    Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1zOhXAe

    # vimeo.com/115978246 Uploaded
  5. "Never Knew" - Sunken Foal Ft. Si Schroeder

    Director / Animator / Cinematography / Editor - Kevin McGloughlin




    To be released as a free single download from countersunk.org on 23/01/2015.
    Written & performed by Dunk Murphy & Si Schroeder, arranged and produced by Dunk Murphy.

    Taken from the forthcoming album "Friday Syndrome Vol. 3", 2015 countersunk.org

    Emerson Rosenthal talks about the video here :

    Video Info :

    Apparatus : Canon 7D / Canon 60 D / Canon EF 50 mm f/1.8 II Lens / Canon EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
    Software : After Effects Cs6 / Premier Pro Cs6.

    Director statement :
    This piece is based on the idea of time perception and the fact that our inner clock is constantly distorted by temporal and spacial illusion with emotion having a huge role ...

    A simple car journey of a set length can take extremely different measures of perceived time depending on the attributes of the trip the individual associates with.

    Funny to think how Emotion can change our lifespan....

    technical details:

    This video is a result of countless experiments in a similar vein.
    All footage/photographs were shot from the inside of a car.The most prominent effect is generated from the 50mm's depth of field,the use of 'echo' effects or 'mirror' effects were were not employed with the exception of less than 25 seconds...

    For my time-lapse sequences......I first shot long exposure time lapse's of a car journey . I then spread the photographs out in 3d space and flew a virtual camera through them , tracking the camera to a real camera on a separate car trip.
    For the footage sequences.....I shot various city lights , constantly shifting the depth of field,and pieced them together in a seamless video, I then set this video out in 3d space duplicating the clip multiple times and spreading them out ,playing each video 1 frame later than the video previous.(this gave the illusion of moving forward) I then set up a virtual camera and re - shot the scenes from new perspectives with an additional depth of field.

    For the morphing parts..this was a regular 2d time-lapse using pixel motion and time remap to generate a morph.


    # vimeo.com/116793476 Uploaded 113K Plays 84 Comments

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