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.: Postcard from Bali Shot, edited and graded by Stephan Kot :: Camera : Canon 5D Mk II :: Lenses : Canon 50mm 1.4 - Canon 100mm 2.0 :: Indislider Mini :: Editing/Grading : After Effects - Magic Bullet Looks :: Music : Helios - Bless This Morning Year+ More details
***Winning entry for Chapter 4, The Story Beyond the Still Contest*** A short film by Director and Director of Photography Jeff Turick which was voted the Chapter 4 Winner for Canon's "The Story Beyond the Still Contest." The film screened to standing room only audience at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival with the other seven chapters in the series. Here's the link to view all the chapters in their chronological entirety, including "Corridors", the Winners-written collaboration directed by Vincent Laforet: https://vimeo.com/19096657 Chapter 4 Director's commentary with technical notes and extended beach scene here: http://vimeo.com/11806174 New York based DP Jeff Turick and his company 422 Films provides production services and camera crews for small- to mid-sized digital and video productions. You can view more of Jeff's work at http://www.NewYorkDirectorofPhotography.com. CAST Cabbie: Steven Nelson Beachcomber: Clark Middleton Allison: Daphne Ciccarelle Thug 1: Solomon Shiv Thug 2: Rory Dunwoody Scientist: Tom Knutson Babysitter: Kristen Turick CREW Director of Photography: Jeff Turick Producer: Kristen Turick Gaffer: Stephen Cannella Jib Operator: Ian "The Finger" McGrew Grip/Electric: Tom "Tommy Boy" Bartlett, Paul Carmine, Kenny Pelczar Best Girl Electric: Kim Formisano Makeup: Barbara Whitchurch asuitableimage.com Production Coordinator: Stephen Stuart Audio Engineer: Greg McKean Original score by Jesse Solomon Clark jessesolomonclark.com Some equipment provided by: Chris Anderson nevessaproduction.com Special thanks: Sarah Haas, Nicoelle Cohen, Ralph Umhoefer, Kirk Nehring, Pablo Riera. Dan Welch Additional voice talent, Prisoners: Ana Alexandria Knight, Cheryl Pickett, Arthur Harold Shot on a Canon 5D Mark II with Canon f/2.8 EF lenses: 16-35mm, 24-70mm, 70-200mm, and 100mm macro. Jeff Turick and his company 422 Films provide production services and camera crews for small- to mid-sized digital and video productions in the greater New York City area, New Jersey and beyond. You can view more of Jeff's work at http://www.NewYorkDirectorofPhotography.com.+ More details
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This year the fireworks moved crosstown to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the exploration of the Hudson River by Henry Hudson. Shot from Hoboken, NJ, it was spectacular. For tech info, please visit my blog, http://www.mikekobal.com/blog/?p=179 follow me on Instagram,daily feeds http://instagram.com/mikekobal/ Music: Mozart, Turkish March, you can buy it here: http://www.amazon.com/Mozart-Rondo-Turca-Turkish-March/dp/B000JIDN5W+ More details
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my first video with the 5D mark II. for technical info, please visit my blog, http://www.mikekobal.com/blog/?p=147 follow me on Instagram,daily feeds http://instagram.com/mikekobal/ Music: Max Roach, from the Album “speak brother speak” buy the album here: http://www.amazon.com/Speak-Brother-Max-Roach/dp/B000000YUR. hope you like it. thanks for watching.+ More details
Mino-City : Gifu Pref. Mino City is located in southwestern Gifu Prefecture. It has been known for centuries as a production center for traditional Japanese paper. Dir : Yasuhito Tsuge Music : Nao Kakimoto -thanks Coordinator : Koichi Tsuji (Marujyu Paper Company) Mino Handcraft Paper : Tatsuo Ichihara (Daikou-koubou)） Mino city sightseeing association (Gifu) 美濃市観光協会 SAKE Brewery Kosaka 小坂酒造場 Mukae-jima Bungalow 迎島バンガロー+ More details
Lizna & Farhan - May 27, 28 & 29, 2010 A Pakistani wedding with a blend of contemporary and traditional ceremonies, rituals, and colors. Lizna & Farhan’s wedding took place over 3 days, ending May 29, 2010. With their natural beauty, colorful attire, and lavish locations, the stage was set for a very unique wedding film. From the first day as they welcomed us into their home we really became immersed in their culture; by the end we felt like we were a part of their family. That being said it was a very challenging wedding for us to film, mainly because our goal for the 3 days was to produce an instant edit, combining the footage from 3 different cameras, and additional POV cameras. We had not until now produced an instant edit of this magnitude in such a short time frame (only 4 hours of editing time!!!). The video was screened to all the guests at 11:00pm and the response was phenomenal! This was the ultimate wow factor, especially because the instant edit even included the couple’s pre-reception ceremony and their entrance into the hall! One thing that made this instant edit come alive was the underlying lovestory that was shot in old montreal. We had alot of fun with Lizna & Farhan. They were so natural and gave us complete creative freedom; working together with them was a breeze. With the use of our new DSLR cameras, we found ourselves re-inventing the way we work and produce wedding films. Putting a video like this together wouldn’t be possible without a solid team, which we are grateful for. Filming weddings like Lizna & Farhan’s requires more than technical ability. The beauty of what we do lies in capturing the essence of a couples love and their spirit. That is our passion. Their Story: Lizna and Farhan met July 2005 at BJ’s Restaurant in Addison, Texas during a dinner with several mutual friends. But it wasn't until they met again on a cold November night in Toronto 2008, that they expressed their feelings for each other and fell in love. Filmed over 3 days in Montreal, edited on-site on the last evening reception and presented as you see it here. Mehndi & Pithi - Holiday Inn – Midtown Montreal Nikkah - Jamat Khana - Montreal Reception - Le Windsor Ballroom - Montreal Enjoy! Filmed by Riccardo Marrone Tanya Rembacz Anthony Sarracco Johnny Pisaturo Edited on location by Riccardo Marrone event management by Milestones Montreal (Tabish Bhimani) Marrone Video Productions www.marronevideo.com+ More details
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This is my first car rig experience and just one hour after I left the equipment store the rig was ready to rumble. Check it out and FEUER FREI ! (We used a loooot of duct tape + Canon 5dmk2 + 14mm f2.8L, 15mm f2.8 fish, 50mm f1.2L)+ More details
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