1. "Awake" has been a passion project of mine since 2013.

    I could write a novel outlining my experiences while shooting this film but I won't subject everyone to that. So to keep it "short", these have been some of the best, worst and most important parts of my life for the last four years. I've made lifelong friendships, seen more than I ever thought existed and have had more bad luck than I knew was possible. I'm not the same person I was when I left Michigan (I'm three years older than that person actually)

    Music: If Stars Could Speak - Alexandr Fullin

    Want some stats? Everyone likes stats.

    "Awake" is comprised of 6,870 photographs which were selected out of roughly 50,000 photographs from two main cameras of which one is now on its deathbed. RIP

    Software Used:
    Lrtimelapse
    https://lrtimelapse.com/
    Adobe Creative Cloud
    http://www.adobe.com/
    Davinci Resolve
    http://www.blackmagicdesign.com

    Shot with:
    Canon 7D, Sony A6300, and a few shots from the Canon 5d mrk III and Canon 6D
    Tokina 11-16mm, Sigma 30mm, Sigma 85mm, Canon 16-35mm

    Dynamic Perception motion control equipment
    http://www.dynamicperception.com

    Follow Me:
    http://instagram.com/iamzachrogers
    http://facebook.com/thisiszachrogers

    Contact:
    http://www.iamzachrogers.com

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  2. Directed/Filmed: Megan Eleanor Clark
    Featuring: Andrew Upchurch

    Sony Alpha a7S II
    35mm f/1.5 Rokinon Cine Lens

    Footage available for licensing at Filmsupply.com/filmmakers/megan-eleanor-clark/181.

    "Goodnight, Daniel" – Chad Lawson
    "Relapse" – Riley, 1964
    Courtesy of the Musicbed

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  3. Steph Gilmore, Inside The Tempest.

    It’s hard to go past Indonesia for a strike mission in the middle of the liturgical year. We scoured the archipelago from the comfort of our office chairs in search of a wave that compliments Steph’s particular set of skills. Steph was after “cute slabs” – the definition of which you’ll discover in due course—and while we weren’t blessed with days of waves, the one day of money was well worth the wait, and near-death experience of the boat ride back to base. Here’s two days on a leaky boat through the rose-tinted specs of the eternally peppy, Miss Stephanie Gilmore.

    "Stephanie is an original badass. She surfs like people should surf and plays music from her soul. She's interested in a variety of topics outside of riding waves. She's got an eclectic and diverse group of friends and followers all around the world. She'd be just as comfortable in her skin if nobody knew who she was. My mom wrote me yesterday and said she is a Stephanie groupie and she just loves her whole deal. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone who has anything but praise for her. She's not complicated like most women seem to be and knows how she wants to live and what she wants. What else can I say?" Kelly Slater.

    monsterchildren.com

    Filmed & Edited by Jon Frank - vimeo.com/user8714719

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  4. Agency: 72 and Sunny
    Production Company: Epoch
    Director: Zachary Heinzerling
    Director of Photography: Stuart Winecoff
    Colorist: Tom Poole
    Editor: Sam Ostrove

    # vimeo.com/163841031 Uploaded 44.7K Plays 38 Comments
  5. A film from our maker series. Ben Harris is a traditional wooden boat builder based in Cornwall, UK.

    This film documents Ben Harris’ love of woodwork and boat building, how he acquired his skills, and how incredible it is to be able to take something that you’ve built with your own hands out onto the water and sail it across the sea.

    Who is Ben Harris?

    Ben has always loved wood. His mother said that his first word was ‘log’. He has been working with wood throughout the UK since the age of 15. First as an assistant to a cabinet maker, where he started by sharpening the tools and clearing up. He then developed his skills in furniture making and his passion for wood and forestry by working in broadleaf woodlands. Later he tuned his skills in bespoke oak-framed carpentry and went on to establish a sawmill and oak framing business in Scotland, sourcing timber from the local estates. In 2005 Ben moved to Cornwall to study boatbuilding. He has been building boats and sailing them ever since. benharrisboats.co.uk/

    Shooting from timber to tide

    We spent three days with Ben, staying with him in the idyllic handbuilt wooden cabin he lives in, in Constantine, Cornwall. When we arrived Wednesday, late afternoon, the plan was to make pumpkin soup and couldn’t believe our luck when we discovered the open fire cooking area in the garden. Within an hour after arriving we were already shooting some lovely material. The next day we covered the area around the house, the two workshops, the woods and recorded the voice-over. The real treat came on Friday morning when we took his self-built sailing yacht Alva out on Falmouth’s waters. First, we covered the beautiful yacht from a motor boat with skipper Matthew Dale and dog Ruben, before we stepped on board ourselves and got close to the action. What a great experience.

    Stills and behind-the-scenes pictures are available on our website: pixillion.com/our-work/film/from-timber-to-tide

    Credits and technical information

    Directed by Remco Merbis and Fern Scott.

    Cinematography, grade and edit by Remco Merbis.

    Sound recorded by Fern Scott.

    Music by Jonny Pryor. vimeo.com/pseudohaiku

    Thanks to Ben Harris, Jack Adair Bevan, Jacob Dodd and Matthew Dale.

    Sony PXW-FS7
    Metabones Speedbooster Ultra
    Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Lens
    Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 II USM Lens

    Manfrotto 546GBK with 504HD head tripod
    DJI Ronin
    Chinese Lantern

    Shot at 25 and 50 fps at 1080p and 4K.
    Graded in DaVinci Resolve, using Impulz cinematic film emulation 3D LUTs at 1080p HD with added 35mm film grain.

    # vimeo.com/144892147 Uploaded 163K Plays 58 Comments

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