1. FILMED AND DIRECTED BY CARBIE WARBIE!

    This is the Director's Cut of the official music video for The Mercy Kills - I Wanna.

    If any artists are interested in making a professional looking music video without costing thousands of dollars, just drop Carbie Warbie a line via email at carbiewarbie@carbiewarbie.com

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  2. Pinky Beecroft & The White Russian's new music video, "Rock Boots". You might know Pinky as the lead singer of Machine Gun Fellatio and he also wrote the award winning song for The Whitlams, "No Aphrodisiac".

    This music video was launched at the Bendigo Hotel in Collingwood and also shown a couple times at the final Roller Derby match with the Victorian Roller Derby League vs Seattle's Rat City Rollergirls on Saturday 19 November 2011 at Melbourne Showgrounds.

    It has been my biggest music video project so far, with the band, two roller derby teams, makeup girls and a bunch of cheering extras! It could not have been achieved with the the help and assistance from the VRDL (Victorian Roller Derby League). It was so great to have some of the lovely Roller Derby stars involved in this clip including B-Banger, Swish Cariboom, Acheron Styx and Boom Crash Oprah.

    The video footage was all shot in one day at Puckhandlers in Reservoir with my assistant Paul Griggs helping out with alternative camera angles. The equipment used were a Canon 5D Mk II and a 7D with a variety of lens from 10mm fisheye to 200mm telephoto. All of the video editing was performed by myself with the help of Pinky on my iMac using Final Cut Studio.

    Also here are a couple behind the scenes photographs of the video shoot captured by Paul Griggs and Laura Nerina Andrau:

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    Production Company: CarbieWarbie Photography

    Pinky Beecroft & The White Russians:

    Pinky Beecroft (vocals and keytar)
    Ben Jobson (bass)
    Ryan “Raz” Adamson (guitar)
    Damian Cafarella (drums)

    Roller Derby Girls:

    PINK & BLACK TEAM:
    SherriBomb
    Betty Fight
    Bella Dubois
    Tina Sparkle
    Acheron Styx

    BLUE & WHITE-SILVER TEAM:
    G-Banger
    Swish Cariboom
    Boom Crash Oprah
    Cylon No. 6
    Darth Ada

    Camera Operators:
    CarbieWarbie
    Paul Griggs

    This music video could not have been done without the help of Anthea Cohen of Nibbles Music.

    Ciao 4 now

    Carbie ㋡

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  3. I am very proud to present my first ever official music video!

    The band is the very underrated Australian group and the finest purveyors of power pop in the land, The Wellingtons. I always say that it all about the songs and The Wellingtons is one of those rare bands that once you see them play live, they will get your toe tapping and you will be singing along in no time. They are always a joy to watch and they are such a fun band, playing songs with catchy pop hooks. More famous overseas than at home they regular tour overseas to Japan, USA and Europe. In early July 2011, they have just released their third album, "In Transit" in Japan. This song will be the first single from this new release, a ripper of a song called "Keep Me Holding On".

    Some details about the shoot. The video featured the band and some actors over a two day period over a weekend. The whole video was storyboarded with almost 60 different scenes by Zac and Kate. The basic premise for the music video was following the storyline of the song lyrics, set in a busy city office environment. A nerdy office girl who desires her macho co-worker but eventually falls for the nerdy guy.

    All video footage was captured on two Canon EOS 7D digital cameras using a variety of different lens from a 10mm fisheye to a 200mm telephoto. All scenes were captured in the highest quality Blu-ray 1080p HD Video. Most scenes were shot from two different perpectives, with myself shooting the main shot and my assistant, Cera providing an alternative angle or a close up of one of the performers.

    Approximately 615 different HD Video clips were captured over the two day period. The final edit is made up of 75 different cut scenes. Total duration is 3 minutes 31.24 seconds. HD Video is Blu-ray 1080p quality, with a frame size of 1920 x 1080 pixels with 24-bit colour at 25 frames per second. Audio is from the original master recording of 16-bit stereo uncompressed WAV file, at a sampling rate of 48 khz.

    The editing was performed on my 27 inch iMac using the latest version of Final Cut Studio, in total collaboration with Zac & Kate from the band.

    I found the whole process of making a music video such a great joy. The band and the actors were a total pleasure to work with and I am extremely happy that at the end of the day, the finished product is a enjoyable and watchable music video that reflects the fun feel of the song.

    Production Company: CarbieWarbie Photography

    The Wellingtons:
    Zac Anthony - lead vocals and guitar
    Kate Goldby - bass
    Gustav Lindstrom - drums
    Koji Asano - guitar
    Anna Dobbyn - keyboards

    Cast:
    Nerdy Guy - Zac Anthony
    Rachel Simmons - Nerdy Girl
    Rob Barone-Nugent - Office Stud
    Christos Salaoras - Office Worker
    Danna Simmons - Office Worker
    and The Wellingtons

    Camera Operators:
    CarbieWarbie
    Cera Lai Yan Wen

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  4. Officially this is my second music video but the raw footage was recorded a month before my Wellingtons music video. The Wellingtons jumped the queue as their latest CD was suddenly in every major record retailer in Japan!

    Some details about this shoot. The video features the Bitter Sweet Kicks and was shot at The Vault in St Kilda. This is a band rehearsal room that a lot of the local St Kilda bands use. It was dark, pokey and a very confined space. Not exactly the ideal location to make a flashy music video.

    After a band meeting, it was agreed that would shoot a performance video. Having seen the band in action and loving their outrageous performances, my aim was to capture the Bitter Sweet KICKARSE essence. It's like being caught up in a rock'n'roll tsunami!

    I tried to use the limited dark space to my advantage by shooting certain scenes up close with my fisheye lens and getting the members of the band to jump from an out of focus perspective to an in focus shot. Having witnessed some destruction at some of the Bitter Sweet Kicks concerts and seeing them getting BANNED from certain venues, I felt it was important to have some quick edits of Jack Davies smashing up a guitar. The only thing missing was Johnny Kick's bare arse!

    All video footage was captured on my Canon EOS 7D digital cameras using a variety of different lens from a 10mm fisheye to a 200mm telephoto. All scenes were captured in the highest quality Blu-ray 1080p HD Video. I captured the full song five times using a variety of lens and filters. Other scenes of band members playing instruments and the singing were also captured.

    Approximately 25 different HD Video clips were captured during the afternoon. The final edit is made up of 42 different cut scenes. Total duration is 2 minutes 59 seconds. HD Video is Blu-ray 1080p quality, with a frame size of 1920 x 1080 pixels with 24-bit colour at 25 frames per second. Audio is from the original master recording of 16-bit stereo uncompressed WAV file, at a sampling rate of 48 khz.

    The editing was performed on my 27 inch iMac using the latest version of Final Cut Studio and variety of plug-ins.

    Bitter Sweet Kicks are the greatest band in the land. I am so glad to be a part of the legacy that they are going to create.

    TEAM ROCK'N'ROLL FOR EVER!

    _________________________

    Production Company:
    CarbieWarbie Photography

    Bitter Sweet Kicks are:
    Diamond Jack Davies - lead vocals
    Brendan Charlie - guitar
    Chris "how do you pick up hot chix?" Taranto - guitar
    The almost always NAKKID Johnny Kicks - bass
    Joe Cunliffe AKA Jerry Cola - drums

    Cast:
    Stacey Pommer of Vice Grip Pussies has a little cameo as a dead body behind Jerry Cola on drums at approximately the two minute five second mark. If you blink, you might miss it. It's my official homage to WEEKEND AT BERNIES!

    And an EXTRA special thank you to Bitter Sweet Kicks manager, Ryan McCluskey.

    Director, Final Cut Studio Editor, Camera Operator and Produced by:
    CarbieWarbie

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  5. Bitter Sweet Kicks music video for "Bed Time Blues".

    An ACE cut from their forthcoming new 7 track mini album, "Línea de Fuego" on Beast Records. This clips features my concert footage of the greatest band in the land from the past couple of years. Everything from The BOOGIE festival in Tallarook, Cherry Rock at The Cherry Bar in AC/DC Lane, a mad gig at the Prince Of Wales front bar, Ding Dong and many more. Excellent video editing by Jerry Cola.

    The second Bitter Sweet Kick EP will available at the launch next Friday on the 13th July at the Prince Bandroom. The EP is out on BEAST RECORDS, the home to Spencer P Jones, Six Ft Hicks, Dan Brodie, etc. So they are in good company. The band is about to embark on their first overseas tour in late July. ㋡

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CΔRBiΞ✯WΔRBiΞ's Music Video Production

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I know what you're probably saying? If this guy photographs over 200 gigs every year, how in hell does he find the time to also produce official music videos for bands.

My philosophy is this. Everybody thinks that making an official music video for


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I know what you're probably saying? If this guy photographs over 200 gigs every year, how in hell does he find the time to also produce official music videos for bands.

My philosophy is this. Everybody thinks that making an official music video for a band takes FIVE GRAND or more. That's is simply not true anymore. With today's high tech digital SLR cameras, you can capture a pristine 1080p Blu-ray quality HD Video! There is just no reason why you can't make an exciting music video for an affordable three figure sum!

I like to get involved with the band. Fully storyboard the clip. Work out the shots and frame the scenes. Go in, hire some fancy lights and do the shoot in one day. Then edit the music video with Final Cut Studio (the flagship version of the Final Cut Pro series) and also get the band involved in the final cut. I am definitely not musician but I am a good visual creator! So what might look good in the clip, could be the band playing a wrong part of the music, so I need that interaction and feedback from the musicians.

In 2011, I created FIVE official music videos. My first project was with the power pop band, The Wellingtons. There are two music videos with the Bitter Sweet Kicks. An exciting visual delight with those hard rockers The Mercy Kills. Finally a big production with Pinky Beecroft of Machine Gun Fellatio fame with an all star array of hot Roller Derby skaters.

If you are in a band and you want me to create an exciting music video, let me get my team together and make one for you.

I am only an e-mail or phone call away.

Thank you for listening.

Ciao 4 now

Carbie
carbiewarbie photography

"Rock'N'Roll Photographer
For The People"

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