1. Covet Design Promotional Video

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    from Matte Box Media / Added

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    This is a promotional video we shot for Covet Design. "Covet Design is an Interior Design company which offers clients a broad range of services and products. We provide services ranging from consulting, to new builds and renovations. Focusing on the residential and hospitality industries, Covet Design provides design concepts and processes with the use of top quality products, to not only meet the requirements of the client’s brief, but to also remain within budget. Covet Design offers a service to meet any clients interior design needs. We inspire and enable the client to create a space which truly expresses their personal taste and style, while providing the resources, furniture, fabrics and accessories to make the concept a reality." Gear used: - Sony A7s - Samyang 35mm - Samyang 14mm - Samyang 85mm - Syrp Genie - Konova K3 1m Slider - Aviator Travel Jib - Manfrotto with 501 head - Amaran 528 w LED light

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    • BALLOONS OF CAPPADOCCIA

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      from CEM TALU / Added

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      • SYRP Genie and Magic Carpet Slider

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        from PixelHobo.Photography / Added

        A number of folks have asked what the heck I'm tweeting and updating about when I tag #SYRP in my posts and social media updates of late. I am now supported by a New Zealand based manufacturer of a motion control system that aids motion and timelapse control shoots in both photography and video. The main unit is called the Genie and allows me to program both long and short duration timelapse and video sequences by way of an ingeniously designed piece of hardware. To round out the panning or sliding motion options the company also makes a smooth as silk set of sliders dubbed the 'Magic Carpet' which really give any production access to another dynamic plane. I'm planning to be working more indepth on a filming project of mine in the coming months so will be looking forward to employing this gear during that shoot. I just wanted to show those with any questions the gear I was referring to in those, and future, updates. For the 'techies' I have a Canon 5D3 with a Nikkor 14-24mm f2.8, by way of Novoflex adapter, sitting on the Genie. For the timelapse I was shooting one image every ten seconds at f5.6 on ISO640. As I was shooting the day to night transition using what is called the 'Holy Grail' technique I went from 1/1600th of a second during the day down to a 1.5" shutter at the end. Post production was handled in Lightroom and the LRTimelapse plug in. The GoPro Hero4 timelapse was set up using the default shot every two seconds. Post production was done with Lightroom and LRTimelapse, assembled in FCPx.

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        • Yokohama Crossing

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          from PixelHobo.Photography / Added

          A walkway overlooking a busy intersection on the sea front at Minatomi Mirai in Yokohama. In the near distance one of the largest skyscrapers in Japan that has an observation tower some 200m+ in the sky, not the best place to be during an Earthquake maybe? Will be heading up there for a night timelapse in the near future. Once I get over my vertigo! This sequence was shot with a Canon 5D3 plugged into a SYRP Genie motion control unit. The plan was to go with some motion but I changed that due to infrequent gusts of wind that would have rocked the slider tracks. This is a cool establishing shot for a short urban timelapse piece I'm working on that will reinforce the need for motion over static shots to add the dynamic of a vibrant, moving city. One shot every 3 seconds. Will be attempting to do the same again but with a Holy Grail transition from day to night. Fingers crossed.

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          • Sunset on the Waterfront

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            from PixelHobo.Photography / Added

            I revisited this scenario to get the sun passing between the buildings, also to have the tail end go more into the night. Happy with the sequence except for an errant hair or object that ghosts in part of the sequence. Just another reason to shoot it again. The shoot was controlled by a SYRP Genie riding on a SYRP Magic Carpet slider for the initial motion segment, the static was controlled by the SYRP Genie. If you hadn't noted, this was two timelapse sequences joined. The system was set to snag an image every ten seconds with a short move between each shots, totaling 1.3m for 2 hours. Shutter speeds varied as I was at ISO320 f16 on a Canon 5D3 from 1/400th to 1.3" as I ramped to ISO1250 for the darker shots. Editing wise I used Lightroom with the LRTimelapse plugin which makes working with timelapse a breeze.

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            • Carouselle

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              from PixelHobo.Photography / Added

              Another timelapse test from Yokohama. Just a bit of fun really...

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              • Old Rag Summit Timelapse

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                from Silverman Media Services LLC / Added

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                • Old Rag Sunrise Timelapse

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                  from Silverman Media Services LLC / Added

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                  • Day becomes Night

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                    from PixelHobo.Photography / Added

                    My first foray into Urban setting timelapse. Happy with the result. As we have moved from Bali to Japan I headed to a local setting with water and great lighting, this is the waterfront at a district of Yokohama named Sakuragicho. Shot on a Canon 5D3 with a Nikkor 14-24mm f2.8 at 14mm and attached via a novoflex adapter I shot 648 photos ranging from 1/2000th of a second at the first frame through to a 1" shutter for the last frame. I set everything manually and monitored the complete shoot manually, the way I prefer. The shoot was controlled by a SYRP Genie riding on a SYRP Magic Carpet slider for the initial motion segment, the static was controlled by the SYRP Genie. If you hadn't noted, this was two timelapse sequences joined. The system was set to snag an image every ten seconds with a short move between each shots, totaling 1.3m over 1 1/2 hours. Editing wise I used Lightroom with the LRTimelapse plugin which makes working with timelapse a breeze. Personally I think the start is too long, the transition to night is cool but I'm left wanting a longer night phase. This was trial #1, Now I have the location and time frame dialed in I should be able to grab a cool clip when the skies allow again, hopefully in a couple of days. Good weather on the forecast.

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                    • BUILDER - Official Teaser 2

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                      from Scott Secco / Added

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                      Builder tells the story of trail building, through the eyes of some of our sport's best riders and builders. Directed by: Scott Secco. Starring: Darren Berrecloth, James Doerfling, Garett Buehler, Aaron Chase, Geoff Gulevich, Chris Kovarik, Brian Lopes, Ryan Berrecloth, Matt Macduff, Mark Matthews, Mike Kinrade, Adam Hauck, Jackson Goldstone, Seth Sherlock, Peter Matthews, and Stephen Matthews. Builder is supported by: Hayes Components, Knolly Bikes, Joyride Bike Parks, Contour Cameras, Maxxis Tires, Five Ten, Intense Cycles Inc, SYRP, Adidas Eyewear, Leatt Protectives, Evil Bikes, iXS Sports Division, Mountain Equipment Co-op, SR Suntour Inc., The Sensus, O'Neal, and Novatec.

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