1. Nick • Laura- Wedding Film 2013


    from Janssen Powers / Added

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    Directed by Janssen Powers | www.janssenpowers.tv 2nd Shot by Zach Wingfield | facebook.com/zwingfilms Cameras: Blackmagic Cinema Camera and 5d mkii Lenses: Canon L Series and Rokinon's Cine Series Color Grade: Davinci Resolve Music: Matt Corby- Resolution

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    • Kodak 2393 Emulation LUT Test + LUT Download Link


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      Quick test of the Kodak 2393 emulation LUT. Footage shot on the Epic using the Samyang / Rokinon 85mm T1.5 lens, mostly at 50 or 75fps. Download the LUT for free and read instructions on how to use it here: http://juanmelara.com.au/print-film-emulation-luts-for-download/ Using a film emulation LUT is a quick and accurate way to give your footage the film look. This is how the pros do it on feature films! I've used this Kodak 2393 LUT on all the grades in my Vimeo videos. This time I've kept grading to a minimum so you can see the effects of the LUT. Also included in the package are Fujifilm 3510, Fujifilm 3513 and Kodak 2383 LUTs. Update: First colour grading tutorial finally released: http://juanmelara.com.au/the-summer-blockbuster-colour-grading-tutorial/ twitter.com/JuanDMelara http://instagram.com/juanmelara http://juanmelara.com.au contact: juan@juanmelara.com.au

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      • First Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera - Cinema DNG raw Footage


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        watch the second part: https://vimeo.com/79845153 marcoschott.com After I installed the new firmware 1.5 on my Pocket Cinema Camera, I shot some footage to check how this little camera can hold up the image in different scenarios. Coming from a Sony FS700 (without raw) I decided to shoot some scenes where I usually have to stress the 8-bit codec with artefacts, banding, etc. First scene (dark mood): Handeld with small Rig 19mm Sigma 2.8 Lens (no aperture control!) Mostly shot with 800ASA, the last pictures with 1600ASA and a bit of Neat Video to reduce the noise Macro shots: Shot on tripod with lots of extension tubes for macro Helios 44M2 (M42 Leica Mount) Pentacon 29mm 2.8 Sadly, I underexposed these shots about two stops - fixed it in Davinci Resolve, used a bit of Neat Video, too Daylightscene: Shot at 800ASA No noise reduction! Tokina 11-16 (stopped down to F6.3) Samyang/ Rokinon 35mm 1.5 Cine Version Samyang/ Rokinon 85mm 1.4 Heliopan Vario ND I tested out different LUTs from Vision Color Osiris in Resolve. Workflow: Cinema DNG -> Davinci Resolve 10 Lite -> ProRes Proxy Premiere XML -> Davinci Resolve 10 Lite -> ProRes 4444 & XML Premiere -> ProRes Proxy -> Vimeo (Philip Bloom method, thanks btw!) Music: The XX - Intro Thanks for watching!

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        • Coast of Arabia


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          Travelogue of the various landscapes I encountered in Oman, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. My goal was to capture the startling visual contrasts: from barren to lush, anceint to ultra-modern. I wanted to show some of the lesser-known corners of a region with a complex personality. Winner of Smithsonian Magazine's In Motion travel video contest. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/announcing-winners-2014-smithsonian-in-motion-video-contest-180952315/ Shot on Canon 5dmkIII with Magic Lantern Raw. Music: Her Name is Calla "Dreamland" Amon Tobin "Mighty Micro People"

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          • Turkish Fantasia


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            A twisted, surreal journey through Turkey. I shot this on an impromptu trip to my friend's wedding in Ankara. Featuring the lunar landscapes of Cappadocia, the mosques of Istanbul, streets of Ankara, wild dogs, whirling dervishes, flying kites, and of course a Turkish wedding. Music Gyorgy Ligeti: "Requiem" Keith Kenniff: "For Skies" Sleeping at Last: "Saturn" Camera: Canon 5dmkIII in ML Raw Edit: FCP X and DaVinci Resolve

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            • Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera RAW Performance


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              checkout my first Pocket raw test: vimeo.com/79355285 marcoschott.com This is a personal test, tried to get the most out of the Pocket Cinema Camera. I will cover other topics in another test video. If you are interested in special testfootage, please let me now! Lenses: Samyang/ Rokinon 8mm Tokina 11-16 2.8 Sigma 19mm 2.8 Sigma 30mm 1.3 Samyang 35mm T1.5 Cine Nikon 50mm 1.4 Samyang 85mm 1.4 Used: Davinci Resole Lite 10 Different LUTs, sometimes started from scratch, Vision Color Osiris no noise reduction at all! For more information about workflow working with CinemaDNG files, checkout the description of my other testvideo. Music: Data Romance - Elements Thanks for watching!

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              • Rigging the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera: HolyManta, Rapid ND, Contineo Cage, Zacuto Z-Finder, Tascam DR-60D & Rokinon Lenses


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                GEAR LIST (in order of appearance): Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera - http://focuspull.in/bmpckit Panasonic 12-35mm f2.8 zoom lens - http://focuspull.in/1235mm Rokinon Cine lenses for EF mount - http://focuspull.in/rokincine HolyManta VND - http://focuspull.in/holymanta Light Craft Workshop Rapid ND - http://focuspull.in/RapidND (use my coupon code LC-1308 for 10% off) View Factor Contineo cage - http://focuspull.in/contineo Tamrac N-45 padded leather quick-release camera strap - http://focuspull.in/Tamrac Zacuto Z-Finder - http://focuspull.in/zbmpc Ikan battery adapters - http://focuspull.in/ikanbatt (choose desired battery & mounting) 5.5 x 2.1mm female (Ikan) to 2.5 x 0.7mm male (BMPC) adapter - http://focuspull.in/bmpcpwr Tascam DR-60D audio pre-amp/recorder - http://focuspull.in/DR-60 Rode NTG-2 shotgun mic - http://focuspull.in/ntg-2 Polaroid shotgun mic mount - http://focuspull.in/shckmnt Flolight 1/4"-20 Stacker for mic mount - http://focuspull.in/Flolight Tether Tools Jerkstopper thread mount - http://focuspull.in/Jerkstop Roxsen Focal Reducer EF to Micro-4/3 - http://focuspull.in/focalred FilmConvert film stock emulator software/plug-in - http://focuspull.in/filmconvert (use promo code FOCUSPULLING for 10% off) NOTES: Last year, when the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera arrived, I made a video to break it in - www.vimeo.com/hpmoon/nyc - and laid down a commentary to share some insights - www.vimeo.com/hpmoon/bmpc. Not the newest thing now, it's still the only option for capturing 10-bit 4:2:2 log video without a big rig, and costing under a grand. But it's always needed a bit of rigging, and while filmmakers keep using it to make amazing films - examples at vimeo.com/groups/blackmagic - there's still a lot to talk about, in terms of rigging it right. Following up the commentary I made last year that went sort of viral, here's a similar chat: because sometimes showing stuff, and talking over it, works better than writing an article. For a streaming clip, it does run long, but it covers lots of ground - and I'm looking forward to your comments below. The first and main theme is that it's wise to choose Canon EF-mount manual cine lenses, so that you can adapt them to the Micro-4/3 mount on the BMPC (and E-mount on Sony cams) with gadgets that take advantage of the conversion, enabling behind-the-lens ND filters and focal reducers. But it's also true that typical Canon EF-mount lenses that aren't fully manual will lack aperture control this way. Important to clarify! (There is not currently any Metabones solution specific to this need.) For more exploring after this, visit the portal to these user groups at http://www.focuspulling.com where you'll see daily user contributions of sample videos, tips, and news on your favorite gear.

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                • Made in Australia


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                  Winner - Best Editing/Colour: Chronos Film Festival 2013 Official Screening - Blue Mountains Film Festival 2013 facebook.com/timelapsetheworld facebook.com/tataridephotography www.tataride.com In October 2012 we embarked on an epic project to capture Australia through the mediums of timelapse photography and slow motion. The journey has been dedicated to this purpose. We’ve travelled by car, sea and air in excess of 43,000 kilometres, taking more than 300,000 photos. The hours have been long, the distances travelled have been vast but the landscapes have been inspirational. I’m thrilled to show you MADE IN AUSTRALIA in a way that is rarely captured. I’m also thrilled that BOY ROBOT has graciously given me permission to use their soundtrack, LIVE IN VANILLA, as the score for this short film. I think that it complements the Australian landscapes perfectly. The music can be purchased at https://itunes.apple.com/album/rotten-cocktails/id69903493 Many people and businesses need to be thanked for their invaluable contribution to the project. Most importantly, I’d like to say a huge thank you to my assistant, Sarah. Her contribution has been immeasurable. To the many hotels, motels, friends and relatives that provided accommodation along the way, thank you. To the businesses that welcomed us, thank you. I urge you to support them in your own travels. Their details are listed on my website. To the providers of photographic equipment, thank you. In particular, Western Digital, Lexar Professional, Lensbaby, Lowepro, Joby, Velbon and Rode. To continue following the journey, please visit facebook.com/timelapsetheworld For a detailed rundown of the clips, please visit my website. Equipment used: Western Digital 3TB My Book Essential External Desktop Hard Drive Western Digital 6TB My Thunderbolt Duo Dual-Drive Storage System Western Digital 2TB My Passport USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive Western Digital Nomad Rugged Case Canon 60D Canon 5Diii Sony FS700 Lensbaby Composer Pro - Edge 80 Optic, Sweet 35 Optic Canon 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 Canon 24-105mm f/4 L Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 L Canon 70-200mm f/4 L Rokinon 8mm Magic Lantern

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                  • Epochs: Timelapse


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                    Information about and the stories behind each scene can be found at http://sgphotos.com/portfolio/timelapse/makingepochs.html . Music: "Echoes" by God is an Astronaut

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                    • JANE Motorcycles Brooklyn NY


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                      Meet Adam Kallen and Alex DiMattio two friends who come from very different backgrounds but are united in their dream of opening a new kind of motorcycle shop. Taking all of the things they love, coffee, clothing, accessories and of course motorcycles the friends found a space in Brooklyn and got to work. Filmed a few short weeks after opening... this is JANE's story. Score: "The In-Between" by A New Normal. Licensed by The Music Bed www.musicbed.com Second in a series of short films for Whiskey Grade. www.whiskeygrade.com www.janemotorcycles.com Featured by: Megadeluxe: http://megadeluxe.com/motorcycles/jane-motorcycles Splice Community: http://www.splicecommunity.com/projects/jane-motorcycles/ BikeExif: http://www.pinterest.com/bikeexif/the-best-motorcycle-films/ Fuel Tank TV/Tank Moto: http://fueltank.tv/portfolio/jane-motorcycles-brooklyn-ny/ Selectism: http://www.selectism.com/2014/01/27/inside-jane-motorcyles-store-brooklyn/

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