1. Remnant Memory

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    from Ismael Lawrence / Added

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    At the speed of light. 299 792 458 m / s Music: No Cars Go - Arcade Fire

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    • Desert Daze Canon 5D with 50mm lens and the Vintage Looks Filter

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      Playing around with the Vintage Looks Filter available at http://www.vid-atlantic.com/products/vintage-looks-filter while at Desert Daze Festival 2014 in Mecca California. Filmed with the Canon 5D Mark II, Nikon 50mm f1.2 and the 77mm Vintage Filter.

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      • Shh...utter

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        An experimental film that reveals an object. Directed, Cinematography, Edited, Scored, Mixed by Mida Chu. Starring Megan Walters. Shot on Sony NEX-FS100, with Canon 55mm f/1.2 FD, Zeiss 28mm f/2.0 ZE, Zeiss Flektogon 35mm f/2.4 M42, and Sony 16mm f/2.8 E-mount. Some shots were done with a 58mm vid-atlantic cinemorphic filter for the stretched bokeh.

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        • Flare / Streak Filter from Vid-Atlantic Testing

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          Night time testing of the new Flare/Streak Filter from vid-atlantic.com/flare (Available in 58mm or 72mm sizes $99 USD) Daylight Testing Here http://vimeo.com/34595797 It's on a rotating frame similar to the CineMorph Anamorphic Looks Filter, but without the Bokeh Shaper Element, making it much more compatible with many more cameras and a wider range of lenses as well as no light loss. Filmed using the Canon 5D, the 72mm Version of the Flare Filter with a Helios 44 58mm f2, Canon 20mm and a Nikon 50mm f1.4 lens. (Helios and Nikon using a 52mm-72mm Step Up Ring).

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          • 2011 Vid-Atlantic Demo Reel

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            Updated 2011 Demo Highlight Reel. Vid-Atlantic Media Productions www.vid-atlantic.com contact: info@vid-atlantic.com Music: Kitten - Chinatown

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            • Desert Light (CineMorph NAB)

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              Filmed with the CineMorph Anamorphic Looks Filter from http://www.vid-atlantic.com/products/cinemorph While at NAB 2011 we stepped away from the bright lights to collect some b-roll for a project in the works. Filmed, Edited & Colored by Eddie Enciu for VAMP Colorista II, Magic Bullet and a bit of Misfire all from Red Giant Software. Music by Hammock Canon 5D Mark II Nikon 85mm F2 CineMorph 58 Daytime ISO 100 Evening/Night ISO 640 to 1600 The Filter costs $139, it keeps your image at a 16:9 ratio and only morphs the bokeh or vertically smears the areas of the image that are not in focus and it allows you to rack focus your lens like normal! Rack focusing is impossible with most anamorphic lenses and the vertical bokeh can not be recreated in post production without a ton of rotto brushing and affecting the areas in focus. It's also a streak & flare filter all on one smooth rotating frame. You will lose 2 stops of light, so we recommend fast speed prime lenses with smaller fronts. Old Nikon primes and Old M42 Pentax Mount (Russian and Japanese) work the best. Those lenses are ideal with or with out our filter as they work more like true cinema lenses, they're sharp, fast and cheap on ebay. Just like an anamorphic lens these filters are meant for use on Prime photographic lenses. 50mm and tighter for cropped frame cameras like the 7D & T2i and 75mm and tighter for full frame cameras like the 5D More info www.vid-atlantic.com/cinemorphic

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              • Desert Light (CinemaScope)

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                from Eddie Enciu / Added

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                A few days running around the desert collecting footage while at NAB 2011. Filmed with the CineMorph (Anamorphic Looks Filter) Filter from www.Vid-Atlantic.com/cinemorphic Canon 5D Mark II Nikon 85mm F2 CineMorph 58

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                • Loxahatchee Sunset (CineMorph 58 filter)

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                  The CineMorph 58 filter on the Nikon 200mm f4 and a 2x Extender using a Canon 5D Mark II. No color grading, no sharpening...straight out of the camera and cropped. CineMorphic Filters are a new product from www.vid-atlantic.com that give your lenses that Anamorphic lens look without actually using an Anamorphic lens. No super dramatic flares like a real anamorphic lens on this video.

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                  • Late Night Carnival (Anamorphic)

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                    Canon 5D Mark II, Nikon 85mm f2.0 with Anamorphic attachment...Can you guess which one? SEE www.vimeo.com/18647636 FOR DAYLIGHT VIDEO UPDATE: The Easiest, Most Affordable way to get that Anamorphic - CinemaScope Film Look, without using an additional Lens!!!! Available only at www.vid-atlantic.com

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                    • Late Night Carnival - Cinemorphic Filter Adapter

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                      The Easiest, Most Affordable way to get that Anamorphic CinemaScope Film Look, without using an additional Lens!!!! Available only at www.vid-atlantic.com Q) What is the CineMorphic FIlter Adapter? A) It's a high quality glass optical filter that mounts to the front of your Photographic lens to give you Anamorphic Flares as well as all of the other characteristics of using an Anamorphic Lens, like Oblong and Oval Bokeh and the areas that are out of focus will be vertically smeared. And YOU CAN RACK FOCUS!!!! Q) Why? A) Watch the movies Heat, Die Hard, Close Encounters, or 50% of major motion pictures filmed in Hollywood and Music Videos on MTV, and you'll see why.

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