1. Bottled History


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    Ray Gascoigne has been around boats his whole life, as a shipwright, a merchant sailor, and now as a ship builder on the smallest dry dock there is: a bottle. This short film, by Smith Journal and Melbourne-based production studio Commoner, picks through the wood chips to tell the story of a craft honed over 60 years, and the man behind it. A step-by-step account of the process was featured in Smith Journal volume six. Find out more about the project: http://bit.ly/10eWkuF Learn more about Smith: http://bit.ly/sDgUHh Presented by Smith Journal, a quarterly Australian magazine for guys (smithjournal.com.au) A film by Commoner (vimeo.com/commonerfilms) Music by Ben Yardley

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    • Behind the scenes - OPG "Summer" & "Winter"


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      6,981 Plays / / 4 Comments

      A behind the scenes look at Peter Sluszka's handcrafted miniature worlds for OPG. Newsletter Signup: eepurl.com/t_kpf • Like: facebook.com/hornetinc • Follow: twitter.com/hornetinc

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      • Substantial Does Stakeout


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        Rarely will you find the Substantial Boys dabbling in the arts of "PLAY" boating...but there is a time, and in that time, there is a place, and in that place, there is a saying...HAPPY STAKEOUT! Enjoy some amazing wave surfing from some of the sports best (not including me)...The Ruins wave is one of the greats in big wave surfing...it's like the feeling you get when you take a first sip of an ice cold beer after a long day of work...Once it hits your lips! Enjoy! WaaaaaaAAHHHHHHHHAAAAaaaaaaa!!!!!!!

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        • The Boat Ramp - Letus Extreme Film - HDTV


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          I had the day off today and it was finally warming up. The temperature was 85 degrees F with high humidity. I thought that the Ashland State Park in Massachusetts would be full of people in boats and I was right. I brought my Sony EX1 with the Letus Extreme 35mm film lens adapter to the lake. I am using the EX1 acromat upgrade kit. This time, I brought my dolly with twenty feet of track, my super-secret EX1/LEX underwater system, my home-made jib, my Vinten Vision 3 tripod and some lenses. I only used the short arm today on my jib. I also have a long arm that lets me extend to almost 20 feet off the ground! I also brought my Glidecam 4000 with body pack, the panning telescope head and my super-secret motor to pull my dolly down the track for motorized time lapses. I did not have time to use any of these contraptions. I will incorporate them all in my next short. I hung out by the busy boat ramp and shot on or near the sloped dirt where people load in their floatables. I moved my jib to about four different places, used only the Sigma 18mm (on the jib) and the Nikon 200mm lens (long shorts) with a gradient filter and a polarizer. The Sigma lens is cheap and I only use it because it is so wide. I will be using my Nikon Nikkor 24mm f2.8 for these jib shots in my next short because it is better glass. The lake people were very pleasant and very interested in my jib. They would come over and check it out and ask a few questions. This entire short was shot in 720p 30p and the camera was overcranked to 60 FPS. This gives you the sliky smooth slow motion. I dialed the EX1 camera picture profile to “Cine2” and set the HiSAT to +99 for a lot of in camera saturation. I messed with the saturation and black levels in Final Cut and used Magic Bullet Looks to color grade and add blue to the sky. Try to find the fish jumping in the video. I will soon reveal my secrets for putting the EX1 with the Letus underwater and I will also post pictures of my jib to my blog on my website, http://www.tomguilmette.com Music: James Newton Howard - OST Water Horse TRT: 3 minutes

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          • Played By The Game


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            So I have built up some carnage clips over the years...

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            • Authentic Bahamas - Crooked Island & Acklins


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              Authentic Bahamas - Crooked Island & Acklins

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              • Lake Powell 2013 short clip


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                Getting ready for Lake Powell 2014, so I was going through last years media, and wanted to upload a few select clips. Enjoy.

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                • Island Hopping with De Eendracht


                  from Harm Millaard / Added

                  17K Plays / / 15 Comments

                  A short impression of an island hopping trip in the Caribbean on board De Eendracht from Sint Maarten to the British Virgin Islands, Jost van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, The Baths, The Bitter End and Saba back to Sint Maarten. An incredible sailing trip, best enjoyed with a tropical cocktail in hand. Shot with a Sony Z1, edited with Premiere Pro CS3.

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                  • A Model Day At Waikiki Marina


                    from Mark Stockbridge / Added

                    2,448 Plays / / 3 Comments

                    Tilt shift time lapse of the Waikiki Marina, Honolulu, Hawaii

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                    • Perth Nudists Social Group River Cruise


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                      PNSG member highlights from the 2012 BENCI Nude River Cruise

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