1. The Ridebook: The Prohibition Tour


    from VITA BREVIS FILMS Added 168K 3,445 153

    Check out the whole Prohibition Tour story at: ridebook.harley-davidson.com/#!/prohibitionTour Production: Carlo Mondavi & VitaBrevisFilms Direction: Skylar Nielsen Cinematography: Ian Rigby 2nd Unit Camera: Mike Hall Music: Butch Walker and the Black Widows

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    • Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. - "Simple Girl" (lyric video)


      from Tyler Rumph Added 70.1K 1,021 115

      This is the lyric video for Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.'s "Simple Girl". Enjoy! Actress: Jennifer Plotkin Motion Tracking: Dru Korab DP/Editor/Titles: Tyler Rumph Shot on 7D with Canon 16-35mm L II and Glidecam 2000 Pro Edited in FCP Colored in Magic Bullet Motion tracking in AE © 2011 WMG Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. About the band: "With an ear for Brian Wilson-esque harmony, the irreverently named Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. swirl indie pop, folk, and electronic elements into one breezy package. Based in Detroit, MI, the duo of Joshua Epstein (also of the Silent Years) and Daniel Zott came together in 2009. Working out of a basement studio, the pair worked to create a sound that is danceable without sacrificing anything in the songwriting department, merging intricate and airy melodies with solid programmed beats and synth atmospherics. Their hard work bore fruit in 2010 when they released their debut EP, Horse Power, on Quite Scientific. That same year, the pair was also tapped to do a remix of Moby's 'Wait for Me'." ~ Gregory Heaney, Rovi

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        from Adam Neustadter Added

        A short film by Chris McCoy & Adam Neustadter Cast: Shawn Christensen, Lou Bernstein, Sarah Heyward, Michael C. Hsiung, Tim Bennett, Chris McCoy, Tom Sykes, & Ivy Strohmaier. Matthew Waterson as the voice of The Bicycle. Director of Photography: Todd Banhazl 1st AC: Justin Cameron 2nd AC: George Nienhuis Costume Designer: Audrey Neustadter Art Department: Jake Frank Editor: Adam Neustadter Sound Design: Elliot Thompson Foley Mixer: Stephen P. Chesley Composer: Dominic Matar Colorist: Kevin Cannon @ Prehistoric Digital Official Selection: Austin Film Festival Florida Film Festival Mecal International Film Festival of Barcelona LA Shorts Fest Woods Hole Film Festival Interfilm Berlin Film Festival The Bicycle FIlm Festival

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        • Venice: "A Carnival without the Rides"


          from Colin Cabalka Added 4,923 86 52

          Shot in one day, all handheld. Love the people, love the place. Panavision Lenses and Custom built Rig. Music By Thievery Corporation All raw footage, rendered to Prores 422 @ 720p Panavision Standard Speed Primes - 14, 35, 55, 85, 100

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          • Cj Wellsmore ' SEBA Tour in the USA '


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            After few days in Paris and few days in Moscow, here we go to NYC ! (CJ Wellsmore, Miriam & myself (Anthony Finocchiaro ) We went there for 3 reasons, the first one was the New York Battle (B.Oneil invitational), the second was to make some pictures in this awesome city and the third one was to test the latest prototypes of CJ promodel street skates. It was a long time since I came here, and I was still amazed by the city which never sleeps. CJ is not a "Broadway movie star", but as soon as we started walking in the main streets, we were approached by a guy "Hey ! CJ Wellsmore !!??" and this happened few times during our trip ! Weird ! After a ton of buffalo wings, a 5th place at the competition, few gaps & wallrides, and many bottles of coke, our next stop is California. Our landing point is LAX, straight to Santa Monica, where we are going to stay for few days ; our first job here is to enjoy this little paradise : shopping, sightseeing, beach, … and of course few sessions in Venice beach's bowl. The next days, we decided to start a little road trip ; so after signing some papers, we found ourselves driving an old Chevy to Woodward West, where Miguel, after being contacted by CJ, took good care of us as we could spend the next 2 days in a deluxe bungalow and with Pro passes for the whole venue. We spent two days using trampolines, enjoying games and of course shoot some pictures. Our next stop will be Las Vegas ; invited by Tony Rivituso (local skater and friend of CJ), we arrived in the middle of the night and in the middle of a nice birthday party ! With the hot temperatures, we only skated during the night at the bowl, and visited of course some clubs and casinos ; the problems started when we decided to skate Tony's "box" that we put in front of his house : CJ fell badly on his arm, hurt his shoulder's ligament very painfully and couldn't skate at all for the next few days ! We still had to continue our trip and thank Tony, friends and family for the good times ; next stop : San Diego. We stayed there one day, met Beau Cottington at the bowl in the evening, and had a very nice dinner with him at a good restaurant, where the owner decided to show a part of Vine Street video on his big screen, after finding a good friendship with CJ. We finished the night at Beau's, drinking and talking about skating. The next day is time to meet Sebastien (from Seba skates) at LAX airport, and finally exchange our old Chevy for a brand new Camaro ! As CJ couldn't skate, we spent time for sightseeing and went to the beach like tourists, waiting for the "blading cup". The D day of the blading cup, I wasn't sure that CJ recovered enough and could skate 100%, but you already know the story : after having a hard time in the qualifications, where his shoulder was extremely painful, he forgot the pain to make it to the final. He showed the crowd and the judges amazing tricks and lines, which sent him directly at the first place. We could all celebrate his victory during an epic after party at the Yost theater. We spent the next days with Roman Abrate, in Santa Monica, and after skating few spots around, our best session was at the Long Beach's bowl, where CJ landed few crazy tricks. After these 4 good weeks in USA, it is time for everyone to go back home, and already prepare our next big trip to Europe, for Winterclash and others… waiting for this, you can follow the evolution of CJ skates on our page dedicated to street skating. Directed By - Anthony FINOCCHIARO - CAMERA: - 5DMKIII MUSIC: 1 - Everydayz , 360° / Mise en Abime - https://www.facebook.com/pages/EVERYDAYZ/102838644048 2 - Minitel Rose - LINK: youtube.com/user/sebaskates flickr.com/photos/sebaskates/ http://www.sebanews.com/ facebook.com/SEBASkatesStreet facebook.com/pages/SEBA/219452931431618 http://anthonyfinocchiaro.com/

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            • The Hat Maker


              from Dean Bradshaw Added 100K 1,048 36

              We arrived at the shop early in the morning as the first light entered the room. Dust particles danced through sunbeams as we began to move items around the space, debating wardrobe and the shot sequence. Nick entered and listened to what we had planned. He nodded his head, pulled a piece of beaver felt down from a shelf, set it on the table and began to work. Worries of the wardrobe, makeup, and set dressing fell away. It didn't matter who he was, what he was wearing, or whose hat he was making - in front of the camera camera was a man and his craft, the beauty of his work uncluttered. Watching Nick work froze our day in time and if it weren’t for the light blinking on the camera we would have had no reference to the year. In a society that often forgets the importance of making something by hand, Nick Fouquet’s artistry is a reminder of what is at the core of this country. We left inspired and grateful to be able to capture a timeless discipline passed down through generations. Director | Cinematographer: Dean Bradshaw Creative Director | 1st AD: Dersu Rhodes Editor: Chris Sowick Assistant Editor: Charles Thi Colorist: Juan Melara Sound Designer: Vidar Grande 1st AC: Alek Parker Music by Yann Tiersen Shot in Venice, California. www.nickfouquet.com www.deanbradshaw.com www.dersurhodes.com

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              • Venice Beach Breakdance d16 Digital Bolex by Kurt Lancaster


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                Shot a short documentary on Venice Beach with the beta production model a couple of weeks ago (it had an uncalibrated sensor) of the Digital Bolex d16 using vintage 16mm c-mount lenses. Equipment: Manfrotto monopod, 5-in-1 reflector (for interviews), audio with a Tascam D-40 and Rode NTG-2 microphone (Michael Plescia) (beta test model did not have audio firmware installed). Color grading through Adobe Camera Raw. Special thanks to Joe Rubinstein and Elle Schneider of Digital Bolex for letting me be the first to shoot with the camera outside of the Bolex team. My intention: Can the D16 be used as a run and gun documentary camera in the field? As you look at the image, remember that this is shot around noon--the worst shooting conditions possible--and no ND filters, but despite a few clipped values in the highlights I'm still seeing details and skin tones that would have fallen apart on an 8-bit compressed camera (DSLRs, prosumer video cameras). Also take note of the whip pan at end of video, how it has no rolling shutter issues. My test shows that this camera can be used for documentary work.

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                • Testing the Canon XA10


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                  Testing my new camera the Canon XA10 in Venice Beach

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                  • Life in Los Angeles


                    from Tyler Rumph Added 4,762 84 24

                    This was a spec commercial for a popular restaurant in Los Angeles. The goal was to show intimate glimpses of life within the seemingly unapproachable city. Hope you enjoy it! Canon 7D FCP Music: Riceboy Sleeps - All the Big Trees http://tinyurl.com/4m5cvsz

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                    • Venice Beach Skate Park - Factec TS3Cine


                      from Jon Carr Added 23.4K 361 24

                      For more info about me please visit http://blog.vincentlaforet.com/2012/11/07/shooting-with-the-ts3-cine/ Michael Sutton (twitter.com/MNS1974) and Boston Rule Camera (www.rule.com) sent over the TS3 camera to Vincent Laforet's office. With Vincent away on business, Justin Hamilton (twitter.com/justinphamilton) and I met up with Mauricio Lizazaburu to shoot some skaters in Venice beach. The TS3 shoots 718fps at 720p. http://ts3cine.com/ We used all Zeiss glass and stuck to two CP2 lenses, the 18mm and 35mm. We used these lenses because we could switch them to PL mounts. The sensor of the TS3 is small so the 18 was as wide as we could go. I processed the raw files in After Effects and cut the video in Premiere CS6. Thanks to all involved including Michael Sutton, Boston Rule, Mauricio, the Venice skaters, and Vincent Laforet (twitter.com/vincentlaforet) for the help in letting us have a little high speed fun.

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