For booking & contact : Lightfieldvideo@gmail.com Directed, shot & edited by Lightfield Lewis. http://lightfieldvideo.tumblr.com/ JASON EVIGAN: "CINEMA" - on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/cinema-single/id582805993 Youtube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ri3EBDvbYXA Featured songs: "Cinema" Benny Benassi - Skrillex Remix. "Cinema" Jason Evigan - cover. "You are All I See" Active Child. "Sleepyhead" Passion Pit. "Beach Baby" Miracle Fortress. "Dead Hearts" Stars. "Soft Collared Neck" (Instrumental) Helios.+ More details
BEST VIEWED IN FULLSCREEN HD - SCALING OFF - This is a compilation of timelapses I did in western Norway last summer. - Locations include Ålesund, Trollstigen, Geiranger, the Briksdal glacier and Urnes & Kaupang stave churches. Available in 4K resolution If you would like to see more of my work, check out these links: Facebook - facebook.com/stianrekdal 500px - 500px.com/plan9 Flickr - flickr.com/photos/stianrekdal/+ More details
Director: Will Boisture www.willboisture.com New York City has been my home for seven years and as a filmmaker and photographer I can’t help but be in awe of the vibrancy and beauty of this place . I wanted to create a work that captures and conveys my love for it. This video is something that I have been working to create for two and a half years. As a freelancer, I shot this film in the little windows of time between work, looking for my next job, and getting engaged and married. I’ve shown some of these shots to friends along the way, but this single, unified piece has always been the focus of my filming and I’m very happy to present it now. Music: "Sweet Disposition" by The Temper Trap http://www.thetempertrap.com http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/the-temper-trap/id202033981# Cameras: Nikon D700, D7000, D90, D50 Lenses: Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 ATX Nikon 14-24mm f2.8 Nikon 20mm f2.8D Nikon 35mm f1.8G DX Nikon 50mm f1.4G Nikon 85mm f1.8D Nikon 70-200mm VR I f2.8 Nikon 105mm f2.8G+ More details
Inhale the fresh air, smell the refreshing scent of the green pine forests glowing above black volcano sands, no sound but the wind in the trees. A deep blue sky matches with the blue atlantic ocean far below. Epic volcanic trails lead trough an unique archaic landscape. Feel the elements. Be yourself, at the “Island in the Sky”. This short film, a homage to the beautiful Island of La Palma - "Europe's Hawaii" - was like a never ending project for me. More than one and a half years of work.... photographing, processing, re-processing, selecting and de-selecting footage, some weeks filming… I had certain pictures in mind - the scenes, locations, and moods. Every interesting place I had spotted during many stays on the Island while Hiking or guiding Bike Groups was considered. As often as possible I returned to Palma to let the film get reality (http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2011/08/15/new-astro-timelapse-video-the-island-showcases-astronomy-haven/), but more than once got thrown back - bad weather, equipment malfunction or whatever. I hiked up Volcanoes, stayed awake all night on stormy ridges, slept like a dead on the beach next morning. Pre-processed nights footage at the Apartment later, to validate what scenes worked, or needed to be repeated. Hurried back up the mountains before sunset for new setups. Finally got some rest and watched the clouds and stars move. Feeling small in the universe. And tired and dizzy, as well. Night-Timelapse filming is an art, a struggle to live from, tough on your biorhythm – and needs a lot of passion, love and dedication. Passion for the work, love for nature and wilderness, being alone in the night. Back at the office in the timelapse studio it needs dedication and endurance in front of my workstations working trough the image data. Which is the toughest part for me - I am not the office guy. I hate sitting in front of a Computer screen too much. And that is what you do with Timelapse. Way too much. After cleaning up the project, 906.65 GB and 83846 RAW images and movie-sequences remained for processing. And there is no automatism, each software at the workflow needs to be fed with each sequence separately, to deliver results... On some key scenes of this film I have even worked over several months, trying different variations on color-reprocessing, iterating them many times. I am still not sure if they are good now. You judge. Thanks to all who support me, especially my family. Thanks to Babak Tafreshi of Twanight.org for providing the legendary GRANTECAN Intro and MAGIC-from-the-side Footage (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAGIC_(telescope). Props to the Folks at IAC.es and Visitlapalma.es! Horay to the team at TWANight.org for tips and feedback! Awesome to Nikon NPS! Jesse Hozeny has provided an awesome soundtrack with "Miles High"! This ended a long search! https://itunes.apple.com/at/album/niyama-volume-one-two/id39888393 Equipment: Nikon D4, D700, D7000, D3s, AFS 14-24/2.8, AFS 24-70/2.8, AF 50/1.8, AF 16/2.8 and AF-DX 10/2.8 Fisheye. Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly and MX2 Merlin Interface, Vixen Polarie: http://www.vixen.co.jp/en/lp/polarie_movie.html Processing: Nikon View NX, Adobe Lightroom LR4, LRTimelapse, Apple Motion, Final Cut Pro X. Introduced on Slate, Wired, NG aaaand Dr. Brian May of QUEEN (awesome!!): http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2012/11/26/time_lapse_video_clouds_and_stars_over_the_volcanic_la_palma_canary_island.html http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/11/time-lapse-island-in-the-sky/ http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2012/11/29/starry-nights-in-quick-time/ http://brianmay.com/brian/brianssb/brianssbnov12.html Now dive in, put your earphones on and relax... Cheers. Christoph Malin That Guy with the Tent Christophmalin.com P.S.: Check some of my other films: "Astronomer's Paradise", http://vimeo.com/36972668 "Urban Mountain Sky", http://vimeo.com/40969904 "ISS Tronized", http://vimeo.com/51499009 Fine Art Prints of "Island in the Sky - http://christophmalin.zenfolio.com/p710558537 facebook.com/christoph.malin twitter.com/#!/christophmalin twanight.org/cmalin http://christophmalin.zenfolio.com+ More details
Part two of a 50 minute demonstration of the Nikon D7000 DSLR by Gordon Laing of Camera Labs. In part two, here, I'll put the 6fps continuous shooting and 39-point AF system to the test, showing how they perform under real-life conditions, photographing jet boats racing past. I'll also take a look at how the EOS 60D compares in this regard, along with when you'd use the alternative AF modes and why AF Fine Tune could end up being one of the most important new features on the D7000. Please check out my full review for sample images, sample videos and direct quality comparisons between the D7000, D90 and Canon EOS 60D, along with an in-depth discussion about which is the best mid-range DSLR. http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Nikon_D7000/+ More details
BEST VIEWED IN FULLSCREEN HD - SCALING OFF - Music: Burnt City by One hour before the trip - http://www.ohbtt.gr - This is a collection of timelapses and video I shot with Nikon D700, D7000 and GoPro cameras over 16 days in May 2012. In total, we covered around 2500km by car and ended up with more than 116000 pictures and video (over 2TB of data). The motion-control sequences were done with a Dynamic Perception stage zero dolly and a Celestron Skywatcher backpacker 80/Merlin tracking head. Post processed with Adobe Lightroom, Adobe After Effects, SNS HDR Pro and LRTimelapse. Individual scenes available in 4k resolution on request. Locations: Athens, Meteora, Zagori, Zakynthos, Olympia, Dimitsana, Argos, Nafplio, Epidavros and Santorini. If you would like to see more of my work, check out these links: Facebook - facebook.com/stianrekdal 500px - 500px.com/plan9 Flickr - flickr.com/photos/stianrekdal/+ More details
Part one of a 50 minute demonstration of the Nikon D7000 DSLR by Gordon Laing of Camera Labs. In part one here, I'll show you around the design and controls of the camera, demonstrating the Quiet release mode and taking a look through the menus and playback system. Please check out my full review for sample images, sample videos and direct quality comparisons between the D7000, D90 and Canon EOS 60D, along with an in-depth discussion about which is the best mid-range DSLR. http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Nikon_D7000/+ More details
Here is the first episode of a creative photoshoot (involving fire stunts) by the very talented Von Wong. I had the chance to be part of this very unique experience. Here is a short BTS video, hope you enjoy it. Also watch -The Stuntman-, the second episode of this fire photoshoot, involving reknown montreal based stuntman: Felix Famelart. http://vimeo.com/34364427 Photographer: Benjamin Von Wong Video: Erwan Cloarec http://www.facebook.com/pages/Erwan-Cloarec-Creative-Images/390004701036949 Stuntman: Jo Gorsky 2nd Camera: Shiloh Sheray 3rd Camera: Pakdi Decnud BTS photographer: Monique Guilbault http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.339239499426547.101574.100000214982840&type=3 Assistants: Nadia Zheng Sylvia da Costa ------------------------------------------------------------------ Also visit: Benjamin Von Wong's: http://www.facebook.com/vonwongphotography vonwong.com/ Felix Famelart stuntman: http://www.facebook.com/stunt.ca stunt.ca/ ------------------------------------------------------------------ Shot with a 7D and D 7000 Edited in fcp Music : Cherry by Ratatat+ More details
Part four of a 50 minute demonstration of the Nikon D7000 DSLR by Gordon Laing of Camera Labs. In the fourth and final part, here, I'll discuss and demonstrate the D7000's new 1080p movie mode, complete with external microphone input, manual control over exposures and continuous AF while filming. This entire video was shot with the D7000, and most of the sample clips can be downloaded for viewing on your own computer on our Nikon D7000 Movie Samples page. Please check out my full review for sample images, sample videos and direct quality comparisons between the D7000, D90 and Canon EOS 60D, along with an in-depth discussion about which is the best mid-range DSLR. http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Nikon_D7000/+ More details
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