1. ENG Demo Reel 2014

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    from Gage Fletcher / Added

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    Some of my favorite shots from working with Global News in 2014 Email: gagecfletcher@gmail.com Twitter: @GlobalGageENG

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    • What to Keep & What to Toss in Your Medicine Cabinet?

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      There is no better time to purge the medicine cabinet than now: the change of the seasons. From beauty products to medicines to personal hygiene items, the medicine cabinet can become a cluttered catch-all for families making it hard to locate and store the items that are actually needed!

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      • 5 Tips To Prepare Your Home for Fall Weather

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        from United Structural Systems, Inc. / Added

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        Avoid damage to your home this fall and winter by following these 5 tips from the experts at USS.

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        • CROSSING TERRITORIES - KODIAK SHOWREEL

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          from KODIAK CINEMA / Added

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          Let us take you on a journey beyond your comfort zone. The Kodiak territories are vast and wild. Jump from mountain trails on to urban pavements. Hang in there. Nothing good comes easy. This is a collage of film material produced for our clients. http://kodiakcreative.com http://www.kodiak.de/leistungen/film-fotografie/

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          • Dressed For Cold

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            Heff is dress for the winter.

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            • I Am Aryaman Khanna (final version)

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              from Shaquille Kessi / Added

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              The above video illustrates my roommate's experiences prior moving to the United States to go to college from India. He is a Film major at Syracuse University who likes jazz, sports and prefers warm outdoors. Other than my roommates voice for the audio, I used sound segments to create a slightly playful atmosphere that is not distracting. Sound clips’ links: freemusicarchive.org/music/Kevin_Ma…/Vibe_Ace_1278 freemusicarchive.org/music/Revoluti…s_of_elevation

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              • An Early Spring Storm Brings Unsettled Weather To California (March 31, 2014)

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                from William Justo54 / Added

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                This video shows a cold, early spring storm bring unsettled weather to the Bay Area, including our area of San Jose, CA. (March 31, 2014) Breezy and rainy conditions occurred as this system's main cold front moves thru. A brief satellite image of the entire storm system was shown in the beginning, image courtesy of NASA. One lightning strike within this front was also picked up (as shown in photo of lightning flashes on weather.com). The front's main rain band finally arrives, bringing rainy conditions for pretty much the entire afternoon. This day, we felt the system's cold front. The unstable airmass proceeding right behind the front was the main concern for t-storm development for the next day of Tuesday. Despite the beneficial rains, it presented a hazard for motorists on the road, including myself. Coming late afternoon, the rain continued but not for long. The cold front had then finally started to drift eastward, out from our area. Blue skies can finally be seen. Then as sunset neared, and from out behind the front, the skies showed off its last stormy look, as I headed to Fowler Creek Park. Then just before 7 p.m., the video shows us right behind the cold front. Very chilly temps was felt, cold enough for me to see my breathe. It was like winter has arrived momentarily! I also never seen the sky so clear and clean! Now we were in an area of the storm system where instability was higher. Thunderstorms occurred around the Bay Area the very next day (shown in another video, but no lightning was seen for us here). By sunset, the cold front had made its last stunning display of classic thunderstormy displays...with mammatus and wispy anvil-like cloud formations. Photos of the beautiful departing clouds were shown on the video. This same cold storm system that brought rain this day had then brought t-storms the very next day... Weather forecast summary overview: **Unsettled weather was forecast for this week in the Bay Area, with rain, hail and even some lightning... all in which were noticeably absent this winter! Unfortunately, the storms that had come and gone didn't come close to ending California's historic drought. After a lull Sunday, rain had returned to the Bay Area on Monday (this day). The rain had arrived in two pulses, one lasting through Monday afternoon and early evening, the next arriving at night and continuing into Tuesday. The second pulse was colder and more unstable. Also, it had brought thunderstorms to parts of the Bay Area! Scattered showers were forecast to persist across the state into Wednesday, before all shower activity ends by late Wednesday. Despite a wet end to March and a rainy start to April, dryer and even warmer weather was forecast for the upcoming days.**

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                • A Rainy, Unsettled First Day of April 2014 in San Jose, CA (4-1-14)

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                  from William54Graciano / Added

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                  This video shows our area of San Jose, CA get some more rain and unsettled weather on this first day of April 2014. Even some thunderstorms did occur in parts of the Bay Area this day. The same cold, early spring storm system that had brought rain to our area with its main cold front just the previous day had brought more rain and even a few t-storms for the region this day due to its unstable airmass. A satellite view of the unstable airmass over our area and the storm itself is shown in 0:23 in the video, image courtesy of NASA. A few pics on the video also shown some of the forecasts that indicated unusually high thunderstorm potential for our region! By early afternoon, (after taking my CIT exam), thundershowers have developed around Silicon Valley, just to the west of our local area! Perspective seen from around Fowler Creek Park. No lightning was seen unfortunately. A time lapse of clips showed the thundershowers passing by. Then light rain started to fall. More isolated rain showers/thundershowers popped up in and around the region as an unstable airmass was currently aloft, triggering easy storm development. Then coming the later afternoon hours, a line of thunderstorms had approached in from the Pacific. Radar pics in the video show the line of storms. A few lightning was actually detected with the storms. Unluckily, no lightning was observed from here. Areas just north actually have observed some lightning and thunder, including San Francisco and Oakland...they always have the fun, ugh! I watched the storms slowly approach closer to our area from up at Fowler Creek Park. The line of rain/storms finally arrived to our area by late afternoon. The rain was falling in big drops. Despite all this beneficial rain, there was a risk of flash flooding. The current drought has left much of the ground starved of moisture, making it easier for rainwater to simply run over without actually getting absorbed into the earth. Due to the cold nature of this storm, snow was also forecast to fall over higher elevations. Finally, the rain had subsided a bit coming sunset. Lighter rain showers have continued as the sun shined and slowly set, giving a brief "after the storm" mood. Even a brief rainbow was seen around the same time. This has ended a rainy/stormy day in the Bay Area on the first day of April 2014. However, despite all the rain, California remains in a deep deficit, precipitation-wise... Weather forecast summary overview: **Unsettled weather was forecast for this week in the Bay Area, with rain, hail and even some lightning... all in which were noticeably absent this winter! Unfortunately, the storms that had come and gone didn't come close to ending California's historic drought. After a lull Sunday, rain had returned to the Bay Area on Monday (this day). The rain had arrived in two pulses, one lasting through Monday afternoon and early evening, the next arriving at night and continuing into Tuesday. The second pulse was colder and more unstable. Also, it had brought thunderstorms to parts of the Bay Area! Scattered showers were forecast to persist across the state into Wednesday, before all shower activity ends by late Wednesday. Despite a wet end to March and a rainy start to April, dryer and even warmer weather was forecast for the upcoming days.**

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                  • An Isolated Rain Shower Around San Jose, CA (March 30, 2014)

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                    from William Justo54 / Added

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                    In this very short video, it just shows a developed, early evening isolated rain shower around the southern edge of San Jose, CA. We had just came from Santa Cruz, CA in part to celebrate Richie's birthday and of course enjoy the great outdoors for a bit over there with a few family and friends. Another storm system was to move into the area the very next day bringing in more rain and unsettled weather. Our area was in between storms this day, with the latest one just leaving our region, which brought rainfall just the previous day (Saturday). Leftover instability in the atmosphere was likely the cause of this developed, isolated rain shower. (Sunday early evening, March 30, 2014)

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                    • A Cold Front Brings More Beneficial Rain To California (March 29, 2014)

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                      from William Justo54 / Added

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                      Gloomy & rainy conditions were experienced in and around California as a frontal system moved in from the Pacific, bringing in more much-needed rainfall to the state. Me and my mom were on the way to Stockton for Lola's birthday party. Rain was encountered while leaving San Jose but the rain had lit up while along the way. The rainy conditions later returned shortly after we passed thru Tracy, CA. It was a bit harder to see the road as the rain got thicker near Lathrop, CA. The rain seemed relentless as we finally arrived to Stockton, CA during the mid-afternoon. The rain was falling in big drops. Also, while driving by Downtown Stockton, we saw a few debris on the road. This rain may be beneficial but it can be a hazard for motorists such us ourselves. Once we arrived safely to Auntie Sharon's place for Lola's celebration, gloomy and damp weather conditions persisted, although we had some fun and great food with the family inside. Thunder was possible for the Central Valley during this afternoon. Then as late afternoon came, me and my mom headed back home. It was early since we didn't want to drive in the rain and thru the mountains when it's pitch black outside. The rains had lit up by the time we reached Tracy once again. Even a thin line of color was seen towards the northwest, indicating this frontal system was finally starting to move out of the region around sunset. Ultimately, we made it home safely... More rain/unsettled weather was forecast for the next upcoming week as another storm system approaches by Monday... Sunday was to be a break from the rain, since we were to be in between storms. We really need rain since our area was still under an extreme drought. Was it a miracle March at last? (Footage and pics taken Saturday, March 29, 2014)

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