1. Bokeh


    from Danny Cooke / Added

    56.2K Plays / / 98 Comments

    Everyone has experienced fireworks. It is truly a magical sight. I set out to capture them, not as we know them normally, but in a way that many of you may not have seen them before. For this, I used Bokeh, which originates from the Japanese word "boke", which means "blur" or "haze". Soundtrack by Cliff Martinez

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    • Sun+Day


      from Scott Foley / Added

      11K Plays / / 82 Comments

      The sun is a creepin'. Camera: Canon Rebel T2i Lens: Canon 50mm f/1.8 II & Stock Lens Mode: 1280 x 720 - 60 fps Software: Sony Vegas Pro 9 Music​: Dirty Gold - California Sunrise http://LAURAPIERCEHORTON.BLOGSPOT.COM/ for beautiful prose written by my beautiful girlfriend. SCOTTBFOLEY@YAHOO.COM for work related inquires. TWITTER.COM/SCOTTBFOLEY for fun related inquires.

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      • Johanes Kurnia FX Reel (Spring 2012)


        from Johanes Kurnia / Added

        19.6K Plays / / 80 Comments

        A note about the reel: In this collection of work, I tried to be clear of my involvement in each shot as you can see in the breakdown part (the half end of the reel), but as always it is a group effort :) This piece wouldn't be possible without my mentors, Blur peeps (FX dudes especially), the supervisors, generous people who made tutorials, software makers and coffee.

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        • Astigmatismo


          from Troshinsky / Added

          87.1K Plays / / 76 Comments

          If you like the film, please consider supporting my work by purchasing a full HD copy from my website: www.astigmatismo-shortfilm.com Watch the Making Of video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RX5Csypuj8 "Astigmatismo" An animation short film by Nicolai Troshinsky Music by Shogun Kunitoki Sound design by Pierre Sauze Character design by Gina Thorstensen Background design by Cecilia Ramieri Experimental animation Award – Animatou Best Visuals – Animated Dreams Best Debut Film - Primanima Best technique – Animage Most innovative animation – Giraf Special Prize – Hiroshima Animation Festival Special jury prize – Krok Animation Festival Special jury prize – Malaga Spanish Film Festival Special mention – Zagreb Animafest Special mention - Cinanima Special mention – Fantoche Special mention – Interfilm Berlin Special mention – Balkanima Special mention – Bradford Animation Festival Special mention – Supertoon Special mention - Animasivo Official selections: 2013: Annecy, Fest Anca, Encounters, London International Animation Festival, Guanajuato International Film Festival, Chilemonos, Linoleum, Anibar, Animation Bloc Party, DOK Leipzig, Fantoche, Milano Film Festival, Message to Man, AnimEst, Animanima, Belo Horizonte, Animatou, SoDak Animation, La Guarimba, Uppsala International Film Festival, CutOut Fest, Cinanima, Bradford Animation Festival, Animage, Filma Oviedo, Sitges, Balkanima, Bankaluka Anima, Giraf, Primanima, L´Alternativa, Alcine, Tindirindis, Fida, Interfilm Berlin, Golden Orchid, Sommets du Cinema d'Animation, Animateka, 3D Wire, Etiuda & Anima, Anilogue, ReAnimania, 2014: Sundance Film Festival, Anima, Ciné-court animé, Rotterdam Film Festival, Monstra, Animex, Animated Exeter, Offscreen, Creatrivas, Flatpack Film Festival, International Trickfilm-Festival Stuttgart, Dallas International Film Festival, Filmfest Dresden, Festival de Cine de Málaga, Nashville Film Festival, Future Film Festival, Animafest Zagreb, Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, Athens Animfest, Toronto Animation Arts Festival International, L´Inconnu Festival, Animayo, Northwest Animation Festival, Leiden International Short Film Experience, Olhar de Cinema – Curitiba Int’l Film Festival, Rooftop Films, Seattle International Film Festival, Bang Awards, LA Film Fest, Southside Film Festival, CinemaJove, Hiroshima International Animation Festival, New Horizons International Film Festival, Animasivo, Supertoon, Concorto, Krok, Chicago International Film Festival, Tallgrass film festival, Philadelphia Film Festival, Animated Dreams "A boy, having lost his glasses, can only see one thing in focus at a time. His sight gets attracted by the sounds that surround him. He will have to explore a blurry world of unknown places and strange characters." “Astigmatismo” is a short-film about the feeling of being lost. This feeling is created thanks to an extreme blur effect, leaving only a very tiny space in focus. The focus shifts and moves rhythmically, synchronized with the sounds and the music, revealing a constantly changing landscape. The optical effect of blur is at the core of the film, so to make this effect as beautiful and authentic as possible "Astigmatismo" is shot in a 5-level multiplane using a special lens. The animation involves cut-out marionettes and paint on glass. Everything is entirely made by hand and there are no post production effects. It is, however, computer-assisted. The camera and the lens were entirely controlled by computer making it possible to adjust the focus and the depth of field with extreme precision, allowing for a variety of focus effects that wouldn't have been possible to create otherwise. In this way, the film combines old school animation techniques with recent advances in camera technology.

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          • Subways, City Lights, and Singapore.


            from Colin Cabalka / Added

            10.3K Plays / / 72 Comments

            Shot on location in Singapore. See volume one @ http://vimeo.com/4175201 4000+ Still frames. Locations: Singapore MRT Subway Orchard Street Esplanade Theaters Marina Bay Shot on Canon 40D

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            • Dancing ghosts


              from dunun / Added

              106K Plays / / 60 Comments

              Interpolated long exposure. 7 à 7 - may 2013 with students of the Cie "Corps é cris" - Montpellier, Music : Peder, timetakesthetimetimetakes, Photos : Micaël Reynaud Gifs : http://j.mp/Dancingif01, http://j.mp/Dancingif02, http://j.mp/Dancingif03

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              • Graham Coxon "What'll It Take" // DIR: Ninian Doff


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                113K Plays / / 55 Comments

                Made up of videoclips sent in by 85 fans from 22 countries Graham Coxon What’ll It Take (Parlophone) Director: Ninian Doff Editor and VFX: Ninian Doff Producer: Stacy Vaughan Prod co: Pulse Films Commissioner: Oliver Hammerton

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                • Jabberwocky - Game Cinematic (unreleased)


                  from Leo Santos / Added

                  199K Plays / / 43 Comments

                  Blur Studio's Cinematic for an unreleased game, based on Lewis Carroll's original poem and with design by Todd Harris. I worked as Animation Supervisor, Layout artist and animated a couple of shots to shake off the rust a little bit.

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                  • Balloons - MTV


                    from Dulcidio Caldeira / Added

                    This is a spot I directed to celebrate the 21st anniversary of MTV Brazil. Created by Dulcidio Caldeira, André Faria and Guga Ketzer. Agency: Loducca. Production company: ParanoidBR. Music: Raw Audio. Animation: Daniel Semanas. Finish house: Sindicato

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                    • RSMB Vectors from C4D to AE


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                      17.6K Plays / / 41 Comments

                      •• Note if your C4D project is set to linear mode and 32bit .exr you dont need to use the Preserve RGB data, just use the linear workflow in your AE comp •• •• Also If you render with other geometry behind your object to be blurred, render out an object buffer and use that instead of the alpha, to cut out your moving objects •• In this tutorial you will learn how to utilise a motion vector pass from Cinema 4D to introduce motion blur in to your final comp, with RE: Vision Effects Reel Smart Motion Blur Vectors Plugin. Plugin Site http://www.revisionfx.com/products/rsmb/ Audio Recording and Mix: Carly Zuckweiler

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