1. Death Cab for Cutie - Little Bribes


    from Ross Ching Added 476K 4,656 339

    For this video, I pulled out every time lapse, stop motion and live action camera trick that I could think of. The goal was to create a fresh, new direction to take my work to. More information can be found at http://rossching.com/little-bribes I'm also on twitter at twitter.com/rossching

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    • Landscapes: Volume One


      from Dustin Farrell Visual Concepts Added 808K 7,387 322

      Follow me twitter.com/Dustin_Farrell and facebook.com/dustin.farrell.dfvc For stock footage or work inquires please contact me at 602-722-9288 or dustin@dfvc.com A year's compilation of my time lapse work. All shot on the Canon 5D2 and processed in Adobe After Effects. The majority of the shots are in my beautiful home state of Arizona. Goblin Valley State Park and Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah also make an appearance. Every clip is a RAW image sequence (5616 x 3744) that I rendered out as a 1080P 23.976fps Quick Time movie. The motion control is achieved using servo motors.

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      • Another Cloud Reel ...


        from Delrious Added 253K 3,619 298

        Footage I shot over the summer of 2009 mostly in the San Francisco bay area. Music by His Boy Elroy.

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        • Images of the West Kimberley


          from Michael Fletcher Added 68.9K 1,436 242

          This is a production I have put together for my brother Christian who required something to showcase the ability of the 5D Mk2 to audiences eager to hear about his life behind the lens. We were lucky enough to be teamed up together for another adventure on True North. www.northstarcruises.com.au Most of this footage and stills was taken on this trip with some familiar clips I had taken on my first trip. Once again we were treated to the splendor of the Kimberley and of course the magnificent True North and it's amazing crew. It's something you must do if you ever get the chance. It is a trip of a lifetime. For those interested in the gear used we had 2 x 5D Mk2, Canon 16-35mm f/2.8, 24mm f/1.4, 50mm f/1.2, 85mm f/1.2, 400mm f/5.6, TS-E 17mm f/4, 100mm Macro f/2.8, Manfrotto T/Pod, Monopod, Millars DS10, Rode mic's, MacBook Pro, Lee Filter kits, Grads, polarizers etc. Follow Christians Blog at christianfletcher.wordpress.com and our website www.christianfletcher.com.au for more info on us. Also If you want to follow the adventures of True North look up Mark at truenorthmark.wordpress.com he's Da Mann when it comes to that boat. Tell him I sent ya.

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          • Images Of Western Australia's Kimberley


            from Michael Fletcher Added 83.8K 676 228

            Sorry guys, this is a bit of a long one. If you start the movie and then read my ramble it should be ready to watch. I was fortunate enough to be invited aboard possibly the greatest adventure cruise boat in Australia if not the world. The boat for those of you who have not heard of it is the "TRUE NORTH" and it circumnavigates the Australian continent visiting some of the most remote coastline in Australia and also ventures past these waters to many unseen Pacific Island destinations. "TRUE NORTH" is designed for pure adventure whilst providing a 5 star luxury platform for those hours not spent diving off spectacular coral atolls, catching elusive Barramundi, swimming in pristine waterholes, or taking in a cultural experience first hand. All these things are achieved by the incredible design of the "True North" with its shallow water ability and possibly the coolest thing ever, the Bell 407 helicopter. I can only speak of my personal experience on the East Kimberley expedition, and from the moment I landed on the heli deck I was in awe of this amazing vessel. True North cruises effortlessly through the maze of waterways of the Kimberley placing you in the most amazing locations to maximize your experience. For those locations that can only be visited by helicopter True North's skillful pilot Rob would place you precariously on the edge of an amazing waterfall for a picnic lunch like no other or take you to a waterhole full of Barra that have never seen a fisherman. The icing on the cake for me was the crew of the True North. Without a doubt these guy's and gal's are a credit to the whole experience of adventure, luxury, comfort, and endless excitement. With 1 crew member for every 2 passengers every need was covered and nothing was left wanting. I have never seen such an awesome place as the Kimberley and I hope you can get a small sense of what it is like to visit here from my video. This was a once in a lifetime opportunity for me and I must thank Mark and Craig for placing their faith in me to capture some amazing footage for them. I hope it can help in spreading the word about this amazing country and this truly unique experience. "GO WILD IN STYLE" and check the boat for yourself at www.northstarcruises.com.au For those of you interested more in how this was shot I used the following gear. 2 x Canon 5D MK2, Canon Prime lenses 24mm, 50mm, 85mm, 400mm, Miller Tripod, Lee Filter Kit with grads, Fostex field recorder, Rode Mics, (Sorry about the audio in the fishing segment. That was straight from the camera as I wanted to catch a fish so I didn't set up proper sound.) Edited in Final Cut Pro Music from "The Rabbit Proof fence" by Peter Gabriel "The Thin Red Line" by Hans Zimmer These guys know how to write film scores. For those of you who are interested check out our website www.christianfletcher.com.au christianfletcher.wordpress.com Thanks for being patient to wait and watch this. I think it is worth it. Mike

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            • Quebec City


              from Dominic Added 291K 1,648 212

              / About the Project In 1953, Alfred Hitchcock and his Hollywood crew flew to a small French Canadian town called Quebec. There, they filmed one of the “Master of Suspense” most underrated movies: “I, Confess”. Hitchcock said he chose Quebec City mostly for convenient reasons. It was a perfect substitute for his beloved Paris with its Gothic churches and Old World charm. The French Canadian city was a cinematic natural. Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Quebec is one of the oldest cities in North America and definitely has a European feel to it. More than 30 years after the filming of “I, Confess”, I developed a fascination for Alfred Hitchcock’s suspenseful and masterful movies. I was thrilled and surprised to find out that he shot one of them in my hometown, for the most part not very far from where I lived as a young boy. It inspired me to rediscover my city. Armed with my camera and a good winter coat, I braved the frozen winter months and began filming scenes of my own. With Hitchcock’s movie soundtracks in my headphones, I walked every street and looked everywhere for the perfect point of view of Quebec. What came out of my quest was my first time lapse video. An homage to “Hitch” but also an homage to my hometown “La Vieille Capitale”. / Technical Info Camera: Canon 5D Mark II Lenses: Canon 24 II, Canon 135, Canon 70-200 / Licensing For licensing information please visit: www.dominicboudreault.com/licensing / Connect with Me Website: www.dominicboudreault.com Twitter: twitter.com/domboudreault Instagram: instagram.com/dominicboudreault

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              • The Maestro


                from Tony Gardiner Added 172K 4,252 208

                A destitute man, living on city streets liberates a device and escapes to a symphony of light and sound. The idea came about by wanting to play with timelapse as a way of showing different realities. The Maestro obviously sees things differently than most people and by working the timelapse effect into the narrative, it allows us to see the world from his point of view. The Maestro was shot in Sydney, Australia with a crew of four people on the Canon 5D Mark II using only available light. The visual effects featured were all shot in-camera and later composited in post. Filmmakers: Director / Producer / Writer / Editor / Art Director / Costume Designer - ADAM ANTHONY Co-Producer / Co-Writer / Visual Effects - EDWARD COPESTICK Cinematographer - TONY GARDINER Second Camera - NATE MARTIN Composer - BENJAMIN SPEED Sound Designer - ROSIE CHASE Sound Mixer - SAM HAYWARD Colourist - TRISH CAHILL Hair and Make-up - JODI GARDNER Additional Hair and Make-up - KATY CLUCAS / RACHEL COENEN Wardrobe Aged by - MARC BAROLD Location Sound - CHRIS FRITH Roto Artist - OLIVER STOKE-HUGHES Violinist - ANNE THOMPSON Cast: The Maestro - GYTON GRANTLEY Squeegee Kid - NICK MARICIC Motorist - RORY WILLIAMSON Double Bay Kid #1 - ALEX THOMPSON Double Bay Kid #2 - KIRSTY O'CONNER Double Bay Kid #3 - OLIVER LEIMBACH Security Guard - JUSTIN STEWART-COTTA Awards and Screenings: Tropfest 2011 - 3rd Prize, Best Cinematography New York City International Film Festival - Official Selection St. Kilda Film Festival - Official Selection Palo Alto International Film Festival - Official Selection Edmonton International Film Festival - Official Selection Shnit International Film Festival (Bern, Switzerland) - Official Selection

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                • Images Of Papua New Guinea - Scene 1


                  from Michael Fletcher Added 171K 1,432 196

                  As promised this is the first installment of my journey to the remote islands and villages of Papua New Guinea on the vessel the True North. I was asked by owners Craig Howson and Mark Stothard to record the journey through the lens of my trusty 5D mk2 in a way that highlights the beauty of this spectacular country. I was slightly nervous about PNG as you hear stories about it being an unsafe travel destination but this could not be further from the truth. It was so the opposite that I hope my short productions can dispel any doubts people have about this wonderful country. Northstar Cruises have been building and fine tuning their Adventures in Paradise PNG tour for 5 years now and it's a credit to the crew of True North for it's well planned, interactive, and safe tour through one of the most remote places in the world. Papua New Guinea is one of the most beautiful, clean and friendly places I have ever visited and am hoping to return one day to see more of this spectacular land. It's a photographers paradise and as with the remote Kimberley of Western Australia one of the best travel experiences available. For all of you who care this production was shot by me using the following equipment. Boy was I tired after I got back. Two Canon 5D mk2's, Canon lenses 16/35mm, 24mm, 85mm, 18mm tiltshift, 400mm. Fostex FR2LE Field Recorder, Rode Mic's, Azden Wireless Mic's, Aqua Tech Water Housing, Various filters, Lee, Polarizers etc. Macbook Pro, MacPro, Final Cut Studio 7. For details on Da Boat go to www.northstarcruises.com.au or check out Mark's blog at truenorthmark.wordpress.com For those interested in our business check out www.christianfletcher.com.au or christianfletcher.wordpress.com Music was by Hans Zimmer from the movie "The Thin Red Line"

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                  • g.


                    from J. Xavier Velasco Added 82.8K 1,899 162

                    G. remembers how he came up with an idea and devoted his life to make it happen. Now he is making progress and achieves an extraordinary act, only with the power of his mind. Short film by J. Xavier Velasco IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1613088/

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                    • 5D MK2 Firmware Update Test Footage


                      from Michael Fletcher Added 77.3K 601 160

                      Canon have done what they should of done before the 5D Mark 2 came out, that is give us full control over, aperture, and ISO settings. The camera with the new firmware is now the real deal giving us the power to style our shots how we want them. It was the second most exciting thing that came out from Canon, the first being the camera itself. FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVEN'T DOWNLOADED IT YET DO IT NOW!!!!!!!!! This is some footage before and after the firmware update. You cant tell the difference because I was tricking the camera before the update by using the "Old Twist The Lens On The Camera Trick" I don't have to worry about dropping the lens off the front anymore. THANK YOU CANON..... NOW GIVE US REAL VIDEO CAMERA WITH THE 5D TECHNOLOGY...... Luv Fletch www.christianfletcher.com.au

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