1. The Phoenix Haboob of July 5th, 2011

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    from Mike Olbinski Added 1.8M 1,076 68

    No words to describe this. I've lived in Phoenix for 35 years and seen tons of dust storms. This was something else entirely.

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    • Cityscape Chicago

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      from Eric Hines Added 1M 7,613 359

      Please watch in Fullscreen & HD with sound for best quality. Cityscape Chicago is a personal timelapse piece consisting of over 30,000 still photographs shot on the Canon 5D Mark III incrementally between July and October 2012 around downtown Chicago, Illinois. The inspiration of this piece was my fascination with the city of Chicago, particularly at night. For me, there has always been a mysterious sort of feeling to Chicago at night, so I decided to explore and capture it. Special thanks to Kessler Crane for the motion control equipment used in the making of this video. www.KesslerCrane.com Also, thank you to Hotel 71 and the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago www.Hotel71.com www.HardRockHotelChicago.com Music: "Transcendence" by 'The American Dollar' | http://www.facebook.com/theamericandollar Download a free compilation of 9 of their best tracks here: http://tinyurl.com/freeAMD Instagram Instagram.com/EricHinesPhotography/ Website www.EricHinesPhotography.com Twitter www.Twitter.com/EricHinesPhotos Facebook www.Facebook.com/EricHinesPhotography Copyright: Eric Hines Photography This video may not be used without permission. Embedding this video into a commercial website is not permittable without the consent of Eric Hines Photography. YouTube 4K: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZjmjT5SLYs Licensing Details - Available in 4K EHinesNWI@Gmail.com

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      • Phoenix Jones Stops Assault

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        from Ryan McNamee Added

        Uncut footage of the events under the viaduct. (c)2011 Ryan McNamee Productions & Phoenix Jones No reuse without permission

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        • Keep On Pushin'

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          from Ricki Bedenbaugh Added 552K 6,175 247

          Keep on Pushin' represents what skateboarding means to me, it is my way of thanking skateboarding for all that it has given me. Keep On Pushin' is part of REDirect, a celebration of skateboard filmmaking between www.red.com and www.theberrics.com. Showcasing twelve of the most renowned skateboarding filmmakers in the world, each filmmaker had 2 months to shoot and edit a short film about skateboarding. The contestants were kitted with all components needed to shoot on RED. Thank you Berrics and RED for the opportunity to be a part of such an amazing project. Shot entirely on RED Epic-X Mysterium-X with a Canon 24-105 lens Lowepro Pro Roller x200 AW was used to transport all my gear. Directed/Camera/Editor | Ricki Bedenbaugh Music | Ike and Tina Turner "Keep On Pushin" Ray Barbee "Shape and Forms" Narrated by | Ian MacKaye Recorded at the Library of Congress Washington, D.C. Colorist | Michael Mintz for Margarita Mix Hollywood Drivers | Vicky Coleman Brad Parker Cole Mathews Ryan Muldowney Skateboarders in order of appearance | Ray Barbee Natas Kaupas Matt Hensley Pat Duffy Eric Dressen Kris Markovich Salman Agah Levi Brown Stacy Lowery Shiloh Greathouse Chad Tim Tim Rob Gonzalez Danny Montoya Collin Provost Julian Davidson Ryder Parker BTS I https://vimeo.com/95321308 http://www.theberrics.com http://www.red.com http://www.lowepro.com/pro-roller-x-aw http://www.keeponpushin.com

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          • Very Little Stars

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            from Timelapse, Inc. Added 424K 4,432 175

            Music "The Alley" by DeVotchKa. Photographed and edited by Ben Wiggins. Contact: info@timelapseinc.com

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            • Pon De Floor featuring Afro Jack & VYBZ Cartel

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              from Mad Decent Added 352K 361 24

              Official Video for Major Lazer's hit single Pon De Floor. Directed by Eric Wareheim and starring Skerrit Bwoy! Purchase on iTunes here: http://bit.ly/69sPT Amazon: http://amzn.to/9KOrm4 Beatport: http://bit.ly/a23U9S

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              • NIGHTRUN - Box One Collective

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                from Box One Added 262K 1,619 76

                Tsuki No Usagi goes for a Nightrun. The Nightworld is his free zone. We've all been there before. Nightrun is a collaborative effort between myself and Reggie Mah. It’s something that every car guy can relate to. Being up late, bored, with nothing to do. You go for a nightrun. Everyone has their favourite route, or their favourite destination to drive to late at night. Just being alone, driving your car with no one on the road to slow you down is the best feeling. Nightrun is our interpretation of that feeling. Concept and Directed: Jonny Sundell and Reggie Mah Film/Grade/Edit: Jonny Sundell Tick of the Clock - Chromatics Fight to the Top - Lazerhawk @the.tsukinousagi @jonnytokyo theboxone.bigcartel.com nightrunner.bigcartel.com facebook.com/boxonecollective

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                • RED Redirect (No time for Dreaming)

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                  from Jason Hernandez Added 215K 3,858 116

                  RED gave 12 skateboard cinematographers the opportunity of a life time. RED supplied all of us with the same camera package, and told us to come back in 2 months. We had a week to complete our edit, with no guidelines, and total freedom. The Berrics http://theberrics.com/dailyopsn is hosting our videos on their site 1 week at a time. Artist statement: http://theberrics.com/redirect/artist-statement-jason-hernandez.html?autoplay Ret BTS: https://vimeo.com/93197568 Thanks RED, the Berrics, and Nike SB, and of course Trevor Colden for killing it. Music: Charles Bradley, Song: No time for dreaming.

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                  • Louisville In Motion. A timelapse tour of Louisville Kentucky.

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                    from Eric Stemen Added 204K 624 97

                    This is a montage of timelapses taken around Louisville, Kentucky over the course of roughly a year and a half. I started this project off on February 28, 2012 and took my last shot on September 13, 2013. Through this video I've explored more of Louisville than I ever thought I would, and met some friendly people along the way. This was originally going to be my first timelapse video, but I didn’t have enough to finish it in 2012. While waiting for leaves to return to the trees in Louisville, I headed to eastern Kentucky and shot for a week around there and released the second timelapse video I started on before releasing this one. When you don’t place a time limit on yourself you can get some really good shots, but end up taking a long time to make something as close to perfect as possible. If you want to read some stories behind a selection of shots check out my site at: www.OCEANLLAMA.com http://oceanllama.com/?p=171 http://oceanllama.com/?p=159 Music is provided by “Interstates” http://interstates.bandcamp.com/ Footage is available for licence at up to 5K resolution @ http://oceanllama.com/?page_id=184 If you have any questions or comments message me or write something out below. Eric Stemen. Here are some technical aspects of the video. Camera Gear: Panasonic GH2 Panasonic 7-14mm Panasonic 20mm Panasonic 45mm Panasonic 14-140mm Panasonic 100-300mm Support Gear: Manfrotto 535 legs Sachtler FSB-8 head Kessler Pocket Dolly Ver1 Kessler Shuttle Pod Mini Oracle controller and motors Computer: Windows 7 LRTimelapse Adobe Production Premium CS6 GBDflicker Intel i7-3770 32GB RAM 2 x 2TB Hard Drives 610GB worth of photos Time Spent: 208.9 hours of shooting/driving/set up time 40 hours of edit time roughly 79 hours color correcting 20 hours on final exports 10 hours figuring out analytics 357.9 hours spent on video not including: Location scouts Shoots I didn’t even bother to capture Rendering each scene into a video file from a series of still photos Of the 120 locations I saved, 79 made it into the final video. If anyone really wants to see the locations of any of the spots I’ve included a spreadsheet that include Google Maps locations at the following link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AmQVKqkZtujedHhUNTJNcERvV2pWZUhuLVNHZHFBSXc&usp=sharing

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                    • Downtown Los Angeles

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                      from Ian Wood Added 166K 1,384 61

                      Above the grit and noise of the street, downtown Los Angeles quietly provides some of the most amazing visual detail in its buildings and public art works. This is a selection of those buildings and public arts filmed across some 50 different locations in the immediate downtown area and the arts district. There are many many more locations that are not included and are equally if not more impressive. Some of the buildings are in disrepair, some have been restored to their full glory while others have been transformed into artworks. In all of them, there is character, color and detail that makes the area a never-ending source of intrigue. Music by Chassol - Odissi, Pt. II (Emotif) [Yuksek Remix] http://www.beatport.com/track/odissi-pt-ii-emotif-yuksek-remix/4903089 https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ultrascores/id739702794 A mostly accurate map of the locations: http://goo.gl/W3Z6NS All content is copyright of its respective copyright holders. Video and natural sound copyright Ian Wood, 2014. This video may only be reproduced in its entirety, unaltered with accreditation. No portion of this video may be duplicated, altered, reused and/or unaccredited without explicit permission. For queries regarding my aerial filming, please contact me by email, aerial@ianwood.com. A note about aerial filming, safety and best practices. These shots were obtained with a lightweight remote controlled quad-copter and camera system. The following measures were in place during the filming: - Following all applicable FAA regulations (the ones that actually exist). - Avoiding controlled airspace and TFR restricted airspace. - Staying below 400ft AGL. - Avoiding any and all air traffic, airways, airports, etc. - Maintaining awareness for helicopter traffic and proximity to helipads. - Flying just above or along rooflines to stay out of usable airspace for helicopters. - Maintaining visual LOS to the quad-copter at all times. - Shooting mostly during early morning when possible to avoid crowds and traffic. - Not directly overflying groups of people. - Being sure to have direct ability to alert any people nearby in case of potential incident. - Being prepared to ditch in order to prevent injury or accident. - Maintaining a minimum height of 100ft above any private property. - Deleting any shots inadvertently revealing private activities or people in a place of privacy.

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