1. Chiangmai Thailand

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    from cm108 / Added

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    Shot in chiang mai, Thailand , ถ่ายไปเรื่อยครับ เรียกว่า "โฮ๊ะเจียงใหม่" ก็แล้วกันนะครับ โฮ๊ะ ก็เหมือนแกงโฮ๊ะ มีอะไรหลายๆ อย่าง ใส่มั่วไปเรื่อยครับ เหอๆๆๆ มันจึงดูไม่เป็นเรื่องเป็นราวอะไร 555 ยังมีต่ออีกครับ แล้วจะมาเพิ่มอีก ตัดค้างไว้ อัปไปก่อนวัยรุ่นใจร้อน Canon 5D mark2

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    • Pokerstars Big Game Submission

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      from Productionology / Added

      Productionology shot, edited and distributed the final project for an online poker competition.

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      • The Outline | Isolene

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        from Thomas Sobel / Added

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        FROM YOUR FAVORITE BAND'S NEW EP, "WHO YOU LOVE" Thomas Sobel - Director John Swartz - Producer Devin Doyle - DP Nicole Vaskell - Editor Spencer Houck - VFX Shot on the Canon 5D Mark II in the basement of The Kennedy/Marshall Company, with a production budget of $60 http://theewebsite.com http://www.myspace.com/theoutline

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        • Sugar Jesus - Solarize

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          from Andrew Nicholas (frarl.com) / Added

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          Sugar Jesus - Solarize www.myspace.com/sugarjesus Taken from the Sugar Jesus EP, Out Now on iTunes! Shot on Canon 5d Mark II www.myspace.com/sugarjesus ravenblackmusic.com by Andrew Nicholas at Frarl.com Here is the debut video for Sugar Jesus for the track 'Solarize'. This video came out in a somewhat random way, I knew I was due to film them one Thursday playing live, they wanted some live tracks to put out as they were planning to release a self-titled EP, the one from which Solarize is taken, which is out now in fact. On the Tuesday I was checking out their music beforehand to see what the key tracks to film were and somehow the idea for this video came to me. It was naturally very loose but the idea was there nonetheless, a young chap falls for a pretty girl but gets thwarted, only to go on his own journey to become a man and win her back. I emailed the band who loved it and we decided to make a video on the Thursday before the gig...in a day and a half's time! So Wednesday rolled round and I made some preparation, as good as one can in such circumstances, and the band managed to arrange the people to be in it. I met our hero Nick on Thursday, with an idea of what I wanted to film, though not a particularly clear one. I did know by this point I wanted the hero to be in a costume, spaceman/robot or something like that, basically something bizarre, hopefully a little amusing, but that we could 'play straight' as all comedy should be. We met in Camden, North London and, after a coffee, walked around about before going to a fancy dress store and finding the main outfit, I then grabbed a wrestling mask and some oversized shutter shades (sorry Kanye!) and we headed off to Hampstead Heath to shoot the outdoors bits. I wanted to shoot with the sun setting, firstly because of the theme of the song, but also for beauty, but knew I wouldn't have long to do this, especially with the shoots to shoot that night. We managed to get it done though, mostly by making it up as we went along! It was just me and Nick. Here my Redrock Captain Stubling came in handy. At first I wasn't a fan of this as I felt it didn't make the footage more stable, but actually I think it is very useful because it allows you to move and focus, all the while keeping your hands from the barrel and therefore keeping pretty stable. It's still handheld, but it's stable-handheld. Another plus is for the Divine Secret shoot I'd picked up a magbag2 b/c I felt I needed some weight and although, as it happens, I didn't use it, I did find the Capt Stu fits perfectly in the magbag2 when disassembled, it's a tight fit, but I can get everything in there, which is fantastic! This is especially true b/c that bag can then go in my Domke F-3X bag on the top, which means I can take the Capt Stu with me anywhere with no greater imprint than not taking it, which is excellent. As the sun was setting we walked back to Hampstead tube and grabbed some shots along the way, like the reflective bit by the river, which was a quick-grab shot but perfectly fitted the moment in the edit. Not only was this fortunate but I think it highlights how both the excellent low-light of the Canon 5d mark ii and the quick setup of this camera can prove their worth. If I had've had my Sony Ex1 and Letus Extreme combo, which has been sold, then not only would I have not been able to get the shots because it would've been too dark, but also the setup time of that system would've meant it would be even darker by the time I was ready to go. This is also echoed with the night time shots at the beginning and end, which were shot in the streets of Shoreditch and in Bar Music Hall, Shoreditch, where the band were playing. The street shots were lit by natural light and my litepanels micropro on top of the camera before the gig. The shots in the venue were the same. It's a testament to these cameras that I was able to do this, I can't imagine being able to walk through a crowd to the bar and then to the front of the stage with any other camera setup. The shots with Andrei singing in the spaceman's outfit were actually shot the next day - we were chatting over text and I said it would've been good to get him doing a performance to camera somehow. He normally lives in Manchester, but he had half an hour to kill in London before heading back so we quickly met up and, using a store bought kids spaceman helmet, filmed the performance a few times walking around, with me having got him to hold my elbows, which were holding the camera, for a semi-snorri cam type viewpoint. At one point I had to keep spinning him around because we had a crazy man following us muttering, not only was I bizarrely worried, in the moment, that he might stab us with a screwdriver(!) but more importantly I was worried he'd ruin my shot! After two run throughs of the song, I grabbed the one or two helmet down shots and that was that! Post was, as ever, converted to PR422 and edit in FCP. These days I've been trying my best to give the footage a filmic look, please tell me what you think of this! It currently consists of Misfire grain effects, Magic Bullet Looks tricking things up, including some diffusion to spread things a bit. I've also got some 8mm film grain which I composite over the top as an overlay which adds to it! Ideally I'd like 16mm grain stock but no-one seems to have this. Andrew

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          • 10h fast project. canon 5dmk2 + 7d + 550d.

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            from Rafal "MoVeR" Machelski / Added

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            credits: Szymon Dołmatow Mateusz Bugaj Rafał Machelski

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            • Sorry Sidney

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              from Thievery Studio / Added

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              Filmed in Auckland NewZealand in 2010 as part of the V48 Hours competition. Directors - David Costigan & Sophie Daum DOPs - Garth Badger & Dan Max Actress - Marcia Neureuther Actor - Adam Custins Music - C.P. Moore Editing - David Costigan Special thanks to Kingsize studio Auckland costigan.david@gmail.com danmax@me.com www.garthbadger.co.nz www.sophiedaum.com www.kingsize.co.nz

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              • Nesting Mason Bees

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                from Rob Ault / Added

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                23rd May 2010. I hadn't planned on getting my camera out today but I grabbed my 5D Mark II when I noticed some Red Mason Bees (Osmia Rufa) busying around a nest kit that I hung last year. The nests in my garden seem more popular this Spring, which I hope is a good sign… Shot with a Canon 5D Mark II and the Sigma 180mm f/3.5 Macro lens. In post I removed sections of the footage where the bees were inside the nests.

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                • After School Specials - Season 1 - Episode 2

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                  from Brent Watts / Added

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                  • Clip Tongas

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                    from François de Domahidy / Added

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                    A clip for TONGAS, shoot during friend's band rehearse. The video was edited in After Effects, from 1080p footage and picture sequences. 2 days later, this punk nugget was ready.

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                    • Andrew Wallace; Wakeology

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                      from Nathan Pickett / Added

                      Wallace doing moves like it ain't no thing - showing off his new wakeology wakeboard. Credit to: http://wakeology.com/

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