1. Story of a Fish


    from Karen Abad Added

    Whoa...this video is pretty old, it's the first video I made in undergrad for a film festival. This was made for the Calvin College 44 Hour Film Festival, Fall of 2005, I believe. This was created with my roommate at the time, Jeff. This is the film that I was forced to learn Avid and After Effects on, over the course of 3 hours. Music used with permission and courtesy from Volcano, I'm Still Excited!!! Stipulations: 1) Prop - Bottle of Pills 2) Line - "What's with today, today?" enjoy.

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    • Kidnapped Cuisine - India Town


      from Calvin College Media Production Added 192 1 5

      On this episode Chris kidnaps Tony Singh of India Town. He will teach Chris how to make Chicken Curry and a Mango Lasse.

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      • Calvin College in HD: Nature


        from Travis Gosselink Added 828 2 5

        I have been filming some stock footage around campus for the new HD campus cable channel so I decided to slap on some music and color grading and post it here :] This one was done w/o a tripod and the trucked shots were done with the camera on my lap in a golf cart :P

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        • Dance Guild 2008: Advanced Hip Hop


          from Travis Gosselink Added 448 4 4

          My roommate's Michael Mandeville's dance at Dance Guild 2008 at Calvin College.

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          • 7D Exercise 3 & 4- Exterior Exposure


            from Mark Kevin Jones Added 64 1 4

            Exercise 3- Flowering Tree Goal- proper exposure and color balance Take 1 results- proper exposure, color balance correct but coloration is "flat" or "dull" Take 3 results- proper exposure, richer color. Maybe slightly warmer than "true" color but aesthetically pleasing Factors for change- Color balance presets were experimentally changed using the on-camera LCD as a color reference until a pleasing look was obtained. I discovered the CLOUDY preset has a nice warming effect when shooting outdoors in heavy overcast lighting. It seems to add a little color punch without looking too artificial. Both shots would have benefitted from a much shallower depth of field but my research told me that due to the shutter speed required to prevent an artificial movement look (normal shutter angle= 1/50th sec) this would require using a strong ND filter, which was not available. Exercise 4- People Walking Goal- proper exposure and color balance Take 1 results- Color balance acceptable but moderately underexposed, causing dull, grey whites and "flat" colors Take 5 results- proper exposure with white (but not burned out) whites and richer color. (No change made in color balance). Factors for change- The initial exposure looked dark in the on-camera LCD so I increased exposure using aperture. (This risked losing some depth-of-field in the scene but I didn't want to add noise by increasing ISO and my shutter had to stay at 1/60th sec to maintain a normal shutter angle again. Although a 2-stop increase in aperture still gave a meter reading of 1/3 under 0, the colors and whites on the on-camera LCD looked much improved at this setting. After these exercises I have found that personally, I prefer to shoot using manual color balance settings, starting at a known normal for the lighting and dial it in from there. This does rely heavily on the on-camera LCD but I have found it to be quite consistent in variable lighting situations. I would likely only use the color balance presets if shooting in run & gun situations (ENG or action documentary).

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            • Out of Print


              from George Visser Added 39 0 3

              CAS 249 Audio Design and Aesthetics final Project. The unusual meeting of old high school friends.

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              • Fort Wayne


                from Bryan Added 79 2 3

                PROBABLY NOT GOOD TO WATCH JUST NOW - sounds cuts out. only public so that Vimeo staff can maybe have a look and share their wisdom. Hopefully fixed soon. A silly little mockumentary I made for the 44 Hour Film Fest at my college. A college student cracks under the pressure and takes on living habits that inspire both pity and hatred in his housemates. Apparently I was yet to learn the term "white balance" at this point in my college career.

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                • James Karsten - Calvin College Introduction (Full)


                  from Reid M. Petro Added 132 0 3

                  Kalamazoo Christian alumni, and good friend, James Karsten shows us what's going down here at Calvin College, and even gives us a little tour! Hope you enjoy! Reid Petro

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                  • The Legal Lens: Delegation


                    from Travis Gosselink Added 390 0 3

                    Video I put together for a nursing class.

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                    • FFM Promo 02


                      from Eric Buist Added 207 4 3

                      A promo for the festival of faith and music at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. To register or learn more check out their website: calvin.edu/go/ffm

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