After an amazing first year in 2011, The Bank is back again in 2013, this time even bigger better with ground shaking bands such as LZ7, the likes of GuvnaB and MC Breaker as well as the Accelerate Band. When? Saturday 4th May 2013 Where? Lincoln City Football Stadium, Lincolnshire Time? 4:00pm - 10:00pm Cost? £7 per ticket The year is going to be off the roof, with more young people, better bands & best of all, more souls won for Christ! So to get involved, visit out website @ http://citychurch.co.uk/media/events/the_bank_2013/+ More details
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Chef Raymond Vandergaag showcases his Wood Fire Roast Chicken at The Tasting Room at CityCentre in Houston. This dish is a part of the Houston Restaurant Weeks menu for 2012 at this restaurant which donates a portion of the proceeds of each ticket sold to the Houston Food Bank. Find this video and the full recipe when you copy and paste this URL into your browser: https://theblackdoor.com/videos/wood-fire-roast-chicken-at-the-tasting-room-at-citycentre/+ More details
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In cinematography, available light or ambient light refers to any source of light that is not explicitly supplied by the filmier for the purpose of shooting footage. The term usually refers to sources of light that are already available naturally. The use of available light may pose a challenge for cineast. The brightness and direction of the light is often not adjustable, except perhaps for indoor lighting. This will limit the selection of shooting speeds, and may require the use of shades or reflectors to manipulate the light. It can also influence the time, location, and even orientation of the film shoot to obtain the desired lighting conditions. Levels of ambient light are most frequently considered relative to additional lighting used as fill light, in which case the ambient light is normally treated as the key light. The relative intensity of ambient light and fill light is known as the lighting ratio, an important factor in calculating contrast in the finished image.+ More details
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In late September and early October 2011 the United Kingdom experienced record breaking temperatures. With weather warmer than the Bahamas and Hawaii a pleasantly surprised British public headed outdoors. This short film documents those heady days as experienced by the people of Birmingham, in the heart of England. Two possibly interesting facts. Firstly, the font used for the titles is Baskerville; designed in Birmingham by John Baskerville circa 1752. Baskerville House - a public building named after John Baskerville - appears in the film in a dolly shot which begins at around 2.40. (Also thanks to the couple in that shot who kissed at exactly the right moment as they walked towards the camera, whoever you are). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Baskerville http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baskerville http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baskerville_House Secondly, towards the end of the film we see people playing tennis in Cannon Hill Park. The modern game of lawn tennis was developed in Birmingham between 1859 and 1865 on Ampton Road (about a mile from Cannon Hill Park). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennis Photography: Ed Lawes and Alan Dołhasz Post Production: Ed Lawes Music: Duke Pearson - Christo Redentor Produced by Ed Lawes and Alan Dołhasz for 144 Picture, Sound & Music ©144 - 2012 www.1-4-4.com+ More details
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Are you also this kind of traveller searching viewpoints during a visit of a big city? I found some good places to see Madrid from above during my stay and used the chance to spot some parks in the city. In this videoblog episode i'll tell you where to go to take some good pictures and where to relax and go out for a walk in the capital of Spain. Camera: GoPro HD Hero 2 Music: "Falling Hard For The Girl" by Lanky (http://www.musicalley.com/music/producers/producerLibrary/artistdetails.php?BandHash=843ced81dea2930b5f61dd35a8038400) "Cold as Ice" by Edwin Derricutt (http://www.musicalley.com/music/producers/producerLibrary/artistdetails.php?BandHash=c38c4d4270fbcc3f8a401337d9530250) "How Can I Be Sure" by Douglas Kay Band (http://www.musicalley.com/music/producers/producerLibrary/artistdetails.php?BandHash=80db612e20e74edfef9cbdacf462bca0) "All Your Sina" by Amplifico (http://www.musicalley.com/music/producers/producerLibrary/artistdetails.php?BandHash=cdef1ecef0d12844ed816b922fcada5d) Follow me: www.back-packer.org twitter.com/BackPackerSteve facebook.com/BackPackerBlog+ More details
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After having a delicious breakfast with Churros in the popular bar San Gines, a visit of the Plaza Puerta del Sol and a short stop at the Royal Palace in the first part it is now lunchtime! The second part of my Videoblog about the Center, Food & Culture in Madrid covers the second part of the Day in the spanish metropole with a visit of the Ham Museum, the Plaza Mayor and many other sites. Camera: GoPro HD Hero 2 Music: "Summertime" by Brother Love (http://www.musicalley.com/music/producers/producerLibrary/artistdetails.php?BandHash=8aae87c75cf4d26e0e49eda11627628f) "Merrigan's (Reel)" by Jim Fidler (http://www.musicalley.com/music/listeners/artistdetails.php?BandHash=47833890912c3123be4d7455c9c2a17b) "Restless for the Sun" by The Rev Jimmie Bratcher (http://www.musicalley.com/music/listeners/artistdetails.php?BandHash=145d70adcea1e09d55fe1e6a8379fb15) "The Beach! The Beach!" by Holy Coast (https://vimeo.com/musicstore/track/42881) Follow me: www.back-packer.org twitter.com/BackPackerSteve facebook.com/BackPackerBlog+ More details
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