1. Took my A7s on a 2.5 week journey to Japan for photos and couldn't help but shoot video. This short comprises the little I did get on this awesome adventure.

    Music: Melody Day, by Caribou (Four Tet Remix)

    Shot on A7s at 24, 60, and 120 FPS with the Zeiss 55mm f/1.8 and Voigtlander 21mm f/4

    Darker scenes were shot in S-Log as I did not have an ND filter to shoot the brighter scenes at ISO 3200

    Graded in DaVinci Resolve.

    # vimeo.com/118868568 Uploaded 4,730 Plays 12 Comments
  2. WATCH THE DOCUMENTARY: vimeo.com/queuepolitely/princesoftheyen

    blog: hushhushvideo.com/

    This is imagery from our recent trip to Japan for our forthcoming documentary feature “Princes of the Yen”. Based on a book by Professor Richard Werner, “Princes of the Yen” explores the function of Central Banks in the shaping of economic landscapes.

    It is largely set in 20th century Japan and includes an explanation of the origins of Japanese National Socialist and Military expansionist Ideology, and the economic system developed by the fascists, which the Author terms the “Total War Economy”. It was this economic order, the Author claims, which was at the heart of the “Japanese Economic Miracle”. Why did it implode at the end of the 20th Century? How was it different from our own economic system? What are the mechanisms, which lie at the core of any economic order? Can the Japanese experience provide us with an understanding of the crises in Southern Europe? Can it shed light on other historical and contemporary economic crises?

    Princes of the Yen is an Information Documentary* that reveals the role of Central Banks in the construction of the dominant contemporary religious belief of perpetual economic growth and the resulting claim of the necessity of structural economic and societal change to private ownership and universal commodification.

    A film for the modern day heretic.

    Brought to you by queuepolitely.com/ in collaboration with hushhushvideo.com/

    Director: Michael Oswald
    Producer: Mike Horwath

    * To avoid confusion, the filmmakers would like to stress, that this is not a film about the promotion of one particular type of economic system or the political ideologies that may be historically associated with them. Its aim is to provide an understanding of the underlying fictional nature of all economic systems and their resultant order of power and privilege.

    Music by Labradford

    Canon 550d - Magic Lantern Firmware Hack

    # vimeo.com/47447918 Uploaded 11.5K Plays 9 Comments
  3. Onbashira Matsuri (御柱祭)
    "Sacred pillars Festival"

    April 2016 - Nagano Pref. (長野県)

    Music by Madogarasu
    Album : green / strange
    Title : green 4
    ©LHW?

    ohmatsuri.com
    OH! MATSURi ©2016

    # vimeo.com/167217111 Uploaded 333K Plays 50 Comments
  4. A slow moving piece documenting the subtleties / importance of family and home life on returning back to Japan last March/April 2011.

    Camera: Nikon D7000
    Lenses: Nikkor 50mm 1.4G & Nikkor 18-200mm VR

    Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto - Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence
    Music available for purchase via iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/still-life/id393407249?i=393407294&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

    theartofandyellis.com

    # vimeo.com/25585194 Uploaded 95.1K Plays 96 Comments
  5. Wife and I went to Japan in January, it's a beautiful place and a beautiful culture.

    Music: Daughters by Tony Anderson.
    The Music Bed: musicbed.com/songs/daughters/8893
    iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/daughters/id1106674727?i=1106675562

    Places visited:
    Tokyo
    Kyoto
    Yudanaka

    What you'll see:
    Tsukiji Fish Market
    Gion District
    Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Tournament
    Shibuya Crossing
    Shinkansen Bullet Trains
    Yudanaka Outdoor Onsen
    Jigokudani Snow Monkeys
    Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony
    Tokyo Skytree
    Fushimi Inari Shrine/Gates
    Nijō Castle
    Ninomaru Palace

    Details:
    Camera: Canon 5DMK3 with Magic Lantern firmware and LightForm Cinema C preset, shot mostly at 60p.
    Lenses: Canon 24-105mm 4.0 IS and the Canon 50mm 1.4
    Edited on: Premiere CC
    Color correction: Colorista II and Film Convert Pro 2

    # vimeo.com/87008050 Uploaded 2.8M Plays 411 Comments

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