1. El centenario de Machu Picchu

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    from Didier PH Martin Added 1,093 13 5

    Primer corte de una película corta sobre el 100 aniversario del descubrimiento de Machu Picchu por Hiram Bigham en 1911. Imágenes exclusivas tomadas durante 2011 y la luz espectáculo de sonido en Machu Picchu. First cut of a short movie about the 100th anniversary of the discovery of Machu Picchu by Hiram Bigham in 1911. Unique images taken during the 2011 light and sound spectacle on Machu picchu. Camera: 7D handheld or with a Tiffen Merlin. No tripod was used to preserve the Machu Picchu site.

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    • Schott - 100 Years an American Original

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      Schott NYC has been making outerwear in the USA for 100 years now. They invented the motorcycle jacket. It was our pleasure to make a short profile piece highlighting this amazing milestone. Keith Aumont & Aaron Knapp Song Title: "Miles of Trees" ▶ By Great Wilderness ▶ Music courtesy of Marmoset in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

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      • Schott - 100 Years an American Original (CL)

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        Schott NYC has been making outerwear in the USA for 100 years now. They invented the motorcycle jacket. It was our pleasure to make a short profile piece highlighting this amazing milestone. Keith Aumont & Aaron Knapp Song Title: "Miles of Trees" ▶ By Great Wilderness ▶ Music courtesy of Marmoset in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

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        • [special reorganization]thegood movie 100th anniversary_Radio Star

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          from Jonghyun Na Added 123 8 0

          Title : [special reorganization]thegood movie 100th anniversary_Radio Star Running time : 15' 15'' Date : Feb. 2013 Credits Client : CH CGV Production Company : CR MEDIA (Seoul, KOR) Producer : Kim Taeryong, Han Songyi, Jeong Yeji Writer : Joe Euni, Lee Eunmi Direction, Edit, Subtitles Design By Kim Taeryong, Han Songyi Design, Animation, Compositor By Jonghyun Na Software : Edius, After effects, Illustrator Official Website : thegoodmovie.interest.me/ Description : This work program is being broadcast on Channel CGV movie information. Lee Dong-jin film critic of Commentary, a little more fun, watch a movie, please. Thank you. : D

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          • Splendid Splinters

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            The Boston Red Sox tapped local shop Brickyard VFX to create a series of spots celebrating the 100 year anniversary of iconic Fenway Park. The first spot in the series, "Splendid Splinters,” was concepted and directed by Brickyard co-founder Dave Waller and is airing now. “Splendid Splinters” takes viewers on a journey of fan euphoria throughout the years, as legendary slugger Ted Williams gears up to hit a home run in front of a packed crowd in the Fenway Park of yesteryear. Mid-swing, Williams morphs into present-day icon David Ortiz – and the crowd, announcer, uniform and Fenway itself morph into their present day iterations as well. Red Sox management selected rising star Chris Shaw to play Ted Williams. Shaw studied Williams’ signature swing to perfectly replicate it in action at the Fenway shoot, where he was filmed in a 1950s vintage Sox uniform using an actual vintage Williams bat. Waller filmed Shaw on a Phantom camera at 1,200 frames per second, slow enough to capture every minute movement throughout the swing. Waller and crew returned during an actual Red Sox game and set up the camera in the exact same position to shoot Ortiz. From there, Brickyard digitally replaced Shaw’s head with Williams’ by tracking Shaw’s head in 3D using Boujou, sculpting and texturing a model of Williams’ head in Zbrush from hundreds of reference photographs, and then doing the final replacement renders in Flame. The Brickyard team also used Flame to precisely line up Shaw’s body with Ortiz’s for a seamless slo-mo transition. They also digitally replicated footage of 50 extras in seven different ways to achieve the look of a packed crowd of 350 unique fans behind home plate. This had to be done twice – once for the vintage fans and once for the contemporary. Brickyard composited all these elements together in Flame to achieve the final product, and also built the “100 Years” end tag logo in CG. “Baseball is all about history, fantasy, and fulfilling dreams,” said Waller. “I wanted this spot to embrace all the legendary memories of Fenway in one powerful moment. It was fantastic to have so much support from the Red Sox to bring the magic of Fenway to life in every detail of this spot.” Waller also directed another spot in the series, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” which will air closer to the end of the season. Source: http://www.awn.com/news/business/brickyard-vfx-hits-home-run-boston-red-sox

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            • Benelli TNT 899

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              Find out more at http://benelli.com.au/

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              • Benelli R160 1130

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                Find out more at http://benelli.com.au/

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                • Fanfare for Fenway - John Williams, Boston Pops

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                  Composed for the 100th Anniversary of Boston's legendary Fenway Park, John Williams' work for brass is a fanfare in every sense of the word. Here, to amplify our story here is a clip from the rehearsal he recently held, downloaded with permission of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (where I once toiled in the pr department.) To read the story on the recording session and the history of the Boston Pops and Fenway Park, read the article in Berkshire On Stage http://wp.me/pT8Qm-4H1

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                  • Seattle Is My Home (AAPA Conference 2011)

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                    Mind Opera created this video for the Port of Seattle, which was the host for the Annual AAPA convention. Our plan for the video was to tip our hat to the Port's 100th birthday at the beginning, then slingshot the audience into modern day Seattle showing them the heart and soul of the city over one Seattle summer. This video only scratches the surface of our beautiful city and the people that live here, so there is still much to discover. If you haven't been to Seattle, perhaps this will act as inspiration to make the trip. There was a lot of great footage left on the cutting room floor and some of the time lapse is not on screen long enough to see the interesting patterns form. I intend to rectify that in the coming weeks by adding just the time lapse and tilt shift footage separately along with some more comments about my experience using the Canon 5D II.

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                    • Harley-Davidson "110th Anniversary Motorcycles"

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                      Harley is celebrating their 100th birthday and introducing a limited edition series of motorcycles for the occasion. For this shoot, we shot real riders on brand new 2013 motorcycles in sunny San Diego. Director: Dan Brown Creative Director/Production Designer: Craig Denham Producer: Lisa Shaw Cinematographer: Shane F. Kelly B-Cam: Tod Campbell Agency: VSA Partners Creative Director: Jeff Cruz Art Director: Jesse Rea Agency Producer: Lisa Gildehaus

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