1. Holiday Valley


    from Miroslaw Chalupka / Added

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    holiday valley ellicottville new york It was 54 years ago in the winter of 1957-58 when the brand new ski area named Holiday Valley first opened for business. Skiing wasn't new to Ellicottville; Doc Northrup and Karl Fahrner started the first organized skiing in Ellicottville on Fish Hill in 1935. The Ellicottville Ski Club was formed in 1938 and adventurous men and women began to flock to Ellicottville from Buffalo, Rochester and Cleveland. The all important social aspect of skiing took place in the Lincoln Hotel, now the Ellicottville Inn. A rope tow was built on Greer Hill where the skiing and the ride up were more demanding. In 1956 Dick Congdon, John Fisher and Bill Northrup decided to persue their dream of opening a larger, modern ski area. Shares of stock were sold for $100 from a card table in the parking lot in 1956 and 1957, 4 slopes were cut and a T-bar was built. A mild early winter delayed opening until January 7, 1958 when the first skiers rode the T-bar up to ski down Yodeler, Champagne, Holiday Run and Edelweiss. Now, Holiday Valley boasts 13 lifts, 58 slopes and trails, 3 base lodges, two hotels, a golf course, pools, aerial park, mountain coaster and numerous amenities. The resort has become a leader in the ski industry and ranks among the favorites of skiers in the East.

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    • The Mashatu Hide - an elephant bazaar!


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      Entering a reinforced steel shipping container positioned next to a scarce water supply in the wilderness of Mashatu was an exciting, daunting prospect. We could have never predicted the encounter we were about to have with one of the animal kingdoms most imposing and glorious creatures... Film produced by: www.untitledfilms.com.au Follow our upcoming Africa films on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/untitledfilmworks To book a photographic safari visit: www.denisglennon.com Tech details: Filmed exclusively on Canon 5dm3 cameras Canon EF lenses: 14mm 2.8, 24mm 1.4, 50mm 1.2, 70-200mm 2.8 II, 300mm 2.8 II. Audio: Roland R26, Rode video Pro Viewfinder: Zacuto Z finder 3.5" Tripod: Miller Solo DS20 carbon fibre Music licensed: "Amadinda" by Evelyn Glennie through Audio Network Thank you to: Iconic Images, C4 safaris, Denis Glennon, Shem Compion + Mike Dexter

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      • THE PLACE


        from Nenad Djedovic / Added

        Filmed and edited by Nenad Djedovic (2012)

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        • Micro-Macro


          from Miroslaw Chalupka / Added

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          I used Nikon D4 2.7 crop mode to be able to get closer. Micro lens 200mm f4 ( with crop mode it is near 600mm micro lens)I used also 300mm 2.8 with 2x converter and for birds I used Canon XF300.

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          • Tibbetts Brook Park


            from Miroslaw Chalupka / Added

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            I used nikon 300mm 2.8 lens with 2x converter on Sony FS100. Novoflex adapter. Tibbetts Brook Park in Yonkers NY

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            • Untitled


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              • Full Moon Close Up


                from Anthony Connors / Added

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                Shot on a Digital Betacam with a 300mm 2.8 Tamron with a B4 adapter with a 2x converter.

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                • Vertical fast tilt with 1dMKIV and 300mm 2.8 lens


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                  Today I wanted to try filming with the 300mm f2.8 IS. Its a bit of a monster lens to go swinging around on a video head. But the contrast and detail this lens produces is like nothing I've ever seen in photos, and it seems to show some of this in the video too. 1dMKIV with the 300. Rider:Chas Guldemond You have to be... a bit careful panning DSLR cameras but the 1dIV is better than the 7d and 5d for this. If you pan vertically, like in this video you wont get the jello vision. That only happens with horizontal pans so remember that!

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                  • Son's Soccer Practice


                    from Ryan Hayudini / Added

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                    Taken with a Nikon D5000 and a Nikkor 300mm f/2.8 Ai-s

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