1. New York

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    from Vicente Sahuc Added 388K 5,910 413

    Directed and edited by Vicente Sahuc Music: "Numb" by U2 (zooropa album)

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    • Video review of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera

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      from Philip Bloom Added 189K 1,749 394

      Head over to my blog for loads more info, photos, kit used etc... http://philipbloom.net/2012/09/05/bmd/ This review was done on my own time for the readers of my blog and the vimeo community. If you feel it has been of use to you feel free to use the new tipjar feature on vimeo! No obigation! All money received goes into making future reviews as they take so much time and resources...for a more detailed explanation please visit my page here: http://philipbloom.net/2012/09/28/tipjar/ Edit. I have just checked out the just announced micro four thirds version at IBC. Looks great but it's passive so no iris control through the camera. You need a manual lens like the Voigtlanders. The good news is with a M43 mount you can put on any lens with easily available adaptors for PL, M, Nikon, Canon. C mount (make sure they cover sensor). It's a much more flexible camera lens wise and makes more sense than the EF version here. This review was done in my own time and WAS not paid for by anyone. It was made for the readers of my blog and the community. For more on my ethics statement please read the top of the above linked blog post.

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      • The Camera (short film / original score)

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        In an abandoned beach house, a solitary girl finds a mysterious camera that reveals something unexpected. ------------------------ "Perfect in its simplicity, beautiful and haunting in its visuals, The Camera is a reminder that a great film is in everyone’s grasp, as long as he/she has the creative capacity and appropriate willpower to drop pretension, and quite simply, make something." —Short of the Week "From its delicate shot composition to an emotionally stirring score, Peter Lewis‘s The Camera is a crash course in great filmmaking." —Film School Rejects Short Film of the Day "A compelling example of what’s possible when perseverance and resourcefulness meet." —DirectorsNotes.com "Awesome ... 'The Camera' proves that beautiful movies can be made simply and makes you want to get out and make your own!" —Mitch Aunger, planet5D "Haunting" —FStoppers.com ------------------------ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheCameraShortFilm Behance: http://bit.ly/Yhsthe Follow me on twitter: @thispeterlewis Listen to the original score here: https://soundcloud.com/peterlewismusic/the-camera-original-score-1 Aside from a few unfinished running-around-in-the-woods-with-guns experiments from my early teens, this is my first film. I made it because I love all the different aspects of filmmaking, because I was tired of my fear of failure, and because I wanted to see what would happen if I just finished one. Maybe this will lead to bigger and better films; maybe not. Either way I learned something. The story was largely born from its constraints. It had to be doable in my free time, and I had to be able to shoot it during my vacation in Nags Head, NC—with a budget of only $50, to cover the props (I'd previously owned the Canon T2i, lenses, and Logic Pro, and used the free 30-day trial of FCPX). I wanted it to be a simple story with a mysterious twist or two. I got lots of advice from fellow filmmakers—Andrew, Mitchell, Kyle, Brian, Shepherd, Drew, David, and others. If you like the film, thank you Andrew, Mitchell, Kyle, Brian, Shepherd, Drew, and David. If you thought it was rubbish, they only tried to make it better than it was. And thanks again to Abbie and Gabe, without whose talents I couldn't have made it. Some have asked about Emily; the film wasn't written about her (she passed away while it was in post-production), but she was a dear friend of my family and many others, and it was an honor to dedicate it to her memory. Many of you know far more about filmmaking than I do, so please feel free to offer any critique. The Lights Film School blog interviewed me about the making of the film and overcoming fear of failure: http://www.lightsfilmschool.com/blog/short-film-canon-t2i-low-budget/1780/ FILM FESTIVALS - HollyShorts - DC Shorts - Beloit International Film Festival - Fire Reel Film Festival - Blue Lab Creative Industries Symposium - Juggernaut Film Festival - Shortcutz International Short Film Exhibition - Rochester Museum of Fine Arts Short Film Series - Filmbooth International Short Film Screening (Gurgaon, India) - Surrey International Film Festival - Winner, Best of Fest, Fandana Film Festival - Festival du Film de Vacances - Low Country Indie Shorts - Choice Cuts (London) - Write.Shoot.Cut - MudasFest - Shortlisted for the Forster Film Festival - ClujShorts International Short Film Festival - Love Fest FEATURED - PBS Digital Studios Top 5 No Budget Short Films - Short of the Week - planet5D - Digital Convergence podcast (http://tinyurl.com/l3a5jxml) - PetaPixel - Impossible Project - FSTOPPERS - Film School Rejects - Directors Notes - Making the Movie - Charlotte Viewpoint - The Veda House - Movie Playoffs Favorite Shorts - New American Storytellers Screening Room - WriteShootCut - Independent Filmmakers Channel - 01SHORTFILM Channel - 200+ additional blogs Also used in Basic Cinematography and Reflexive Film classes at universities including Syracuse. ------------------------ Director / DP / Editor / Composer / Colorist / Sound Designer / Foley: PETER LEWIS Girl: ABBIE LEWIS Boy: GABE LEWIS ------------------------ Camera: Canon Rebel EOS 550D T2i Lenses: Canon 50mm 1.4, Tamron 28-200mm Editing / Color Grading: Final Cut Pro X Sound Design / Foley / Original Score: Logic Pro 9 Polaroid film: The Impossible Project

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        • skate - shot on red #1347 - 120 fps

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          • Dungeness shot on the Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera

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            from Philip Bloom Added 177K 1,171 327

            Please note. This is graded. This is not flat out of the camera! Here is some footage I shot in Dungeness, Kent (my favourite location and often used by me) in ProRes HQ for the Blackmagic cinema camera review which you can see here: http://philipbloom.net/2012/09/05/bmd/ One thing I found on this pre-release camera is there is a touch of pink in the highlights when using ProRes HQ. BMD are aware and it will be fixed for release. This doesn't happen in the raw. The ProRes is beautiful. Sharp, flat as hell (very log-c alexa like) and way easier workflow than raw. Sharpened a tad in post to make it ping and all shot on the internal battery is 2 hours. Review will be here when it's ready: http://philipbloom.net/?p=27131

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            • Blackmagic Production Camera 4K - Beta Footage

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              from A Couple Of Night Owls Added 138K 1,128 323

              /********/ UPDATE #2 - My new LUTs for the BM4K and BMCC/Pocket are released! http://www.captainhook.co.nz/blackmagic-cinema-camera-lut/ UPDATE - Here's a link to the UHD file, big thanks to BMD for helping me host the file ! When i changed the project settings back to UHD to export, a couple of the tracking masks fixing black dots etc were shifted which i didn't notice until after sending the file off (typical), so please excuse that: http://video.blackmagicdesign.com/Camera/4K_HookDemo_Grade_UHD_422HQ.zip /********/ I've had the pleasure and privilege to be testing out the BMD 4K the last little while. I went out and grabbed footage like with the previous two cameras just to see how it did 'out in the wild', but i also arranged with my good friends Tanya and Lance from The Storyboard to bring the camera onto a music video they were working on with me as 2nd Unit DP. Kent Belcher was the main DP for this shoot and a Red MX was to serve as 'A Cam' with me operating the 4K as 'B Cam'. After the first couple of shots of the shoot, Kent and Tarn (Director) were loving the 4K and it basically became 'A Cam'. :-D The shots i've included in this video are random clips i picked myself and don't reflect the edit or final video (still in progress as i write this). What was interesting to me is that this was a night shoot and i had the camera set at ASA400 (had already tested at night with 800 which is at the end of this video) and the red was at 1200 yet Kent and I were both surprised the Blackmagic looked brighter on the monitors! The rest (and bulk) of the footage as i said is just me grabbing footage when i had the chance (busy time of year for everyone!), but i'm still impressed with this camera. I didn't think global shutter would be a big deal for me, but i LOVE the motion from this camera, and the colour is what i would expect from BMD (i REALLY like it). Honestly i kind of went into this thinking i probably wouldn't like this camera as much as the other two, but right now i like it more! The images are really nice, really really nice. This time the BMDFilm coming from the camera has a lot more contrast and saturation than the previous two, so you don't have to do anywhere near as much to grade it (but yes i already have a LUT i've made/been using with it to speed things up even more). I went for quite a contrasty/saturated grade with most of this to see if i could push it 'there' (combined with my LUT i made it for it). I think it holds up really well. I can see people LOVING the images from this camera, i know i do. Thanks again to Blackmagic and the hardworking team there for everything they're doing and for allowing me to be a part of the process, it's truly appreciated. All footage was shot Prores 4K. I don't normally say this, but even compressing this video for upload was a disappointment compared to the Prores from Resolve. You need to play with files from this camera yourself, vimeo truly is the great equalizer and i can't wait for the H265 replacement to H264. An UHD version/link will be coming soon. Lenses used: Sigma 18-35/1.8 - Canon 35/1.4L - Canon 50/1.2L - Canon 85/1.2L (YES IT WORKS!!!) - Canon 100/2.8L - Canon 70-200/2.8L IS Thanks also again to Tarn and Lance at http://www.thestoryboard.co.nz/ MUSIC: Atomic Tom "Break my heart around you"

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              • Leave Me

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                from Ryan Dunlap // Daros Films Added 561K 3,467 290

                A recent widower deals with his grief through his wife's broken camera. Find Daros Films on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/darosfilms Shot the weekend after the wrap on the feature film Greyscale - greyscalemovie.com Greyscale Trailer - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWg7twhd4_s www.darosfilms.com www.LydiaAshton.TV NearsightedProductions.com *WINNER of the 2009 36-Hour ChristianFilmmakers.org Contest *Honorable Mention for Drama at the indieProducer Film Fest (10/1/2009) *WINNER of the Best Short Film category at the 2009 Script2Screen Film Fest in Tulsa, OK! (10/4/2009) *Official Selection of the Mammoth Film Festival *WINNER of the Best Narrative Short for the Trail Dance Film Festival (1/24/10) *Placed on the Paste Magazine Quarterly DVD Lineup for subscribers *WINNER of the Best Short Film Award by HOSFU at the Gideon Media Arts Conference & Film Festival (6/6/10)

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                • the camera collection

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                  from antonio vicentini Added 477K 10.7K 282

                  animation antonio vicentini // http://antoniovicentini.tumblr.com illustration billy brown // http://robobilly.com music ben hantoot // http://benhantoot.com

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                  • The PEN Story

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                    from PENStory Added 245K 4,762 281

                    This is the Olympus PEN Story in stop motion. We shot 60.000 pictures, developed 9.600 prints and shot over 1.800 pictures again. No post production! Thanks to all the stop motion artists who inspired us. We hope you enjoy :-) Free download of the music at http://olympus.eu/penstory/

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                    • My Favourite Things

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                      from kidswithcrayons Added 256K 4,253 258

                      'My Favourite Things' 2009 2009 - Chapel Allerton Film Festival - Official selection 2009 - Exposures Manchester Film Festival - Official selection 2009 - BBC Big Screen showcase - Official selection 2009 - Eye Candy for Strangers - Official selection 2010 - BECTU Talent Short Film Competition - Official selection 2011 - Opuzen Film Festival - Official selection 2011 - Little Big Shots International Film Festival - Official selection A production by 'kidswithcrayons' Starring Amelia Cook & Theo Styles Directed by Edward Styles Produced by Lucy Owens Cinematography & Colouring by Jamie Havill Production Design by Charlotte Sintrat Editing by Carey Moyle Music Composed by Stephen Wright A big thankyou to Daniel Beckett, Thomas Handforth, Robert Cook, Jayne Cook, Neice Cook, The gentleman with the camera & John Bull chocolatiere

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