Holi Shit takes a team of freerunners, geared up with a bunch of “toys” which were as great to play with as they are to watch in slow motion and follows their adventures through the abandoned suburbs of Berlin.
During their three days journey, the freerunners and camera crew got lost more than once on the endless highways outside of Berlin Brandenburg. We also realized that the most interesting abandoned places are not only well concealed, but are well guarded by security and police. Ignoring those signs of warning the next days were packed with thrilling moments of spectacular runs and tricks but also, getting chased by ghost hunters at midnight, and getting arrested by the police while shooting a drone shot with smoke grenades on top of the tallest building in the area. Obviously not a good idea!
Every big city has one thing in common. After a while it is quite hard to get out of a place filled with so much energy. Chasing those abandoned buildings and feeling the calmness of a place once filled with so much life was truly inspirational.
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DIRECTED & EDITED
Son Lux - "Lost It To Trying"
Max Bawey, Henrik Dymke, Elvis Jung, Eric Terrey
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Sebastian Linda, Julian Glöckner, Christian Wohlfahrt,
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Alexander Mink, Stephan Baumann
- TECH-SPECS -
Sony FS 700 + Metabones Speed Booster
Canon 5DM3 + Magic Lantern RAW
Canon 14mm f2.8
Canon 24mm f1.4
Canon 50mm f1.2
Canon 70-200mm f4# vimeo.com/78921928 Uploaded 312K Plays 6,955 Likes 142 Comments
Introduction to the Quick Change System and EZ-Swap DC motors for Dynamic Perception Stage One and Stage Zero motion control dolly systems. As an example the system allows for a fast transition from low RPM motors for time-lapse shooting to real-time video shooting using faster RPM motors and the AT2 Motion Controller without requiring tools in the field.
Quick Change System: dynamicperception.com/products/quick-change-system-1-motor-bundle
EZ-Swap DC Motor Line: dynamicperception.com/products/ez-swap-dc-motor
AT2 Real-time Motion Controller: dynamicperception.com/products/at2-motion-controller
This video covers:
- Installation of the Quick Change System (QCS) on a Stage One dolly (similar process on Stage Zero)
- Tips on how to thread the dolly system belt
- How to swap motors once the QCS is installed
- Motor speed demonstration illustrating different RPM choices and their effects on real-time video footage
The Quick Change System provides:
- Easy swaps between motor speeds in the field, no tools required
- Fast transitions between time-lapse and real-time video shooting
- Frees the cart for quick in-setup shot framing
Works as a add on for all Stage Zero and Stage One dolly systems from dynamicperception.com/# vimeo.com/60193449 Uploaded 11.5K Plays 73 Likes 12 Comments
What is ETTR? and why do so many people recommend it as an exposure method for the BMCC?
This video hopes to answer both of those questions.
If you have any questions about this video or the subject, please ask in the comments box and I will try to respond.# vimeo.com/74387127 Uploaded 18.7K Plays 349 Likes 51 Comments
Shot with a Sigma 19mm F2.8 MTF lens, 800 ASA, no post-sharpening, no noise reduction.
COMPARING RAW WITH DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF PRO-RES: vimeo.com/107984784
From requests and my own personal curiosity, I decided to compare ProRes with the recently released RAW firmware from Blackmagic. I was very surprised by how much of a difference there was between the two. The 12-bit RAW looks alot better than some RED footage I've worked with, besides the ugly Moire which shows it's ugly head in this shot.# vimeo.com/79231766 Uploaded 51.8K Plays 356 Likes 122 Comments
Within the week of posting, my NYC test run of the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera went north of 3k playbacks, seeming sensible now to complement with a split-screen comparison of the untouched footage straight from the camera, alongside that finished product after color correction/grading. I have no delusions of being a studio auteur, who could justify a braggart director's commentary, but after thinking about the option to write a long, wordy blog post, I figured it's easier and better all-around just to talk over my footage. It's a visual medium anyway, and I'm sort of surprised there aren't more of these. Would love to see yours, too.
The video streams by default in full 1080p high definition, so if you get jitters, click the HD icon in-frame to reduce your playback resolution. For reference, here's the original seven-minute film: vimeo.com/hpmoon/nyc. As I say at the end of this commentary, please add your comments below, and please share your work as it happens by joining the User Group:
TECHNICAL NOTES: Filmed handheld on a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (bhpho.to/bmccpckt), using a single lens (Panasonic 12-35mm, continuous f2.8 aperture, optically stabilized H-HS12035 | focuspull.in/hs12035). Shooting was on September 1 and 2, 2013, with post-production on September 7 and this commentary on September 12. Edited and graded in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, with clip-by-clip balancing adjustments using Fast Color Corrector, then applying an Adjustment Layer over the entire sequence with FilmConvert Pro 2, using its Blackmagic Cinema Camera profile and selecting the classic film stock emulation of KODAK VISION3 250D Color Negative Film 5207/7207 (with vintage Super 16mm film grain to match the feel -- and the actual size -- of the BMPC's digital sensor). You can get FilmConvert for 10% off using promo code FOCUSPULLING at focuspull.in/filmconvert.# vimeo.com/74461805 Uploaded 13.2K Plays 113 Likes 30 Comments