1. Alyssa & James 5.16.15


    from Brandon Paul / Added

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    Congratulations to the new Mr & Ms Hanshew! Married at The Bayanihan Center in Tampa, Florida 5.16.15 Shot with Canon 5D Mark III and 6D www.brandonpaulphotography.com

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      • Wushu League Final


        from Hamid Lotfi / Added

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        The last day of the Iranian Wushu league competitions I got the invitation from one of my old friends, Hossein Ojaghi to go and visit him. So as usual I took my camera with me and gone to see him. This video is the result of couple of hours that I spend there!

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        • Baluchistan - IRAN


          from Hamid Lotfi / Added

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          A Short Demo of Baluchistan - Iran Documentary.

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          • Camila II


            from levi walton / Added

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            Behind the scenes footage from my collaboration with Majo Andrade. Model: Camila Aybar Music: Kippenberg by Isuzu Kochiwa (http://birdsong.co.il/)

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            • Blodsgard - Sjeler Vil Brenne


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              Written & Directed by Cameron Crothers Produced by Christian Harker For Shining Dark Productions Cast. Chloe – Melissa Jade Pengilly Overseer/Twin – Amara Young Overseer/Twin – Clare Mansfield Special Thanks to: Bess Simper-Brown SA Water Levon Hudson The Franklin Hotel Blodsgard The Oath Records Video uploaded for portfolio purposes only please visit original video here: https://vimeo.com/80825053

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              • Sirie + Jonathan


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                Congrats to Sirie & Jonathan on getting hitched! Music: "Hearts Beat in Twos" by Joe Moralez (via www.musicbed.com). Shot on Canon 5Dmk3 and 7D. Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

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                • ML Raw 5D Mark III Exposure Test


                  from Goran Ljubuncic / Added

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                  This is a short test I did in order to learn how to properly expose when using ML Raw on 5DmkIII. Apparently in order to get a cinematic image with the 5DmkIII the exposure is EXTREMELY important. Well exposure is always super important but it turns out that with 5DmkIII exposing in a certain way can lead to either a very cinematic or very video-ish image. I don’t have any scientific explanation for this, but in my testings I found that underexposure is the key to a cinematic image with the 5DmkIII. Again I stress in MY testings. This works for ME and the way I shoot. This might not work at all for you. Here’s what I did: I shot 5 clips. One at correct exposure and the others where either over or under exposed. Here are the exposures: 1. f/4 (this one is overexposed by one stop) 2. f/5.6 (this is the correct exposure according to incident light reading) 3. f/8 (well obviously this is underexposed by one stop) 4. f/11 (well two stops underexposure) 5. f/7.1 (underexposed by 2/3 of a stop) The shutter was at 1/50 and this was shot at 25fps, 1920x1080 ML Raw. Workflow: 1. Converted from Raw to DNG using mlrawviewer. 2. Opened DNGs in Davinci Resolve lite 11 3. Applied the same LUT for all clips 4. Adjusted exposure on each clip (except for f/5.6 which remained untouched) to match the exposure amount on models face, specifically forehead in the f/5.6 clip. I adjusted the exposure mainly by changing the exposure value in Camera Raw tab but also by adjusting the shadows and highlights. 5. Development setting for DNG where: Decode: Clip, Color Space: BMD Film, Gamma: BMD Film 4K, White balance was As Shot which was 5400K. I checked “Highlight Recovery”. 6. Exported as ProRes 422 stitched together in Premiere Pro and uploaded to Vimeo. To me it looks that the proper way to expose 5DmkIII for cinematic image is to expose for highlights (to the right) and than underexpose by about 1.5-2 stops depending on the scene contrast. In post you must increase exposure and correct highlights and shadows. I increased the exposure by about 1.5. Highlights were increased by about 30 and shadows increased by about 10. Without increasing highlights it looks a bit lacking contrast. This changes everything in my opinion. The highlights look nicer, they roll-off nicely and the same goes for the shadows. This puts the middle grey at a more balanced place. Overall the image looks more organic and pleasing. The colors look less “Canon” this way and more “cinema”. Of course this may introduce noise, but in my testing you’re good to go up to about 1600 ISO. Maybe I’ll publish my other test at some point. I’d like to hear what do you think of it? Recently I’ve been able to intercut the 5DmkIII with Alexa on a commercial shoot (just for kicks) and they played nicely together.

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                  • The Smoker's Club 4/20 Concert featuring DJ RellyRell x Joey Bada$$ x Pro Era


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                    The Smoker's Club 4/20 Concert at Terminal 5 in New York. DJ RellyRell x Joey Bada$$ and Pro Era. 3,000+ in the building. Rell had the place shaking. Keep posted for more videos with this lineup. Contact: jmlvisuals@gmail.com Follow JML Visuals: Instagram: instagram.com/jlazzara89 Twitter: twitter.com/jmlvisuals Facebook: facebook.com/jmlvisuals YouTube: youtube.com/jmlvisuals

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                    • I AM EVERYTHING


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                      I am you! I' m your friend or I'm someone else. I'm a whisper, I'm the wind, I'm the sea.. Camera: Canon 5D Mark3 + ML RAW , Panasonic GH4 + Metabones speed booster Lense: Canon 135mm f2l, 24-105mm f4l, 50mm f1.8 Samyang 14mm f2.8, 24 f1.4 sigma 18-35 f1.8 Audio: Zoom h6, Rode Stereovideo mic pro, Rode NTG1, Rode NT1A Editing: Davinci Resolve, Premiere, Audition Video by 7ep productions http://7eptv.com

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