1. Lyla Foy- Feather Tongue


    from Oscar Hudson Added 3,601 37 5

    Director: Oscar Hudson www.oscarhudsonfilm.com Director of Photography: Ruben Woodin-Dechamps 1st AC: Michael Hobdell Steadicam Operator: Tom Wilkinson Art Director: Daisy Azis Art Department: Chloe Taylor Make Up: Vivienne Helene Tattoo Artist: Elena Boils Casting Director: Merry Colchester Producer: Zenon Clements Runner: Dexter Turner-Ramsey Runner: Amy MacLellen Cast: Tattooed Man: Merry Colchester Priest: Daniele Montagner Towel Lady: Alice Fernandez Corporate Crier: Ralph Bogard Cellar Man: George Ramsay Angry Woman: Pia De Laborde Hooligans: As Themselves Also Featuring: Joe Mulcrone, Miles Samarante, Andy Goodall, Oli Deakin, Jill Colchester, Kristina Epenetos, Robert Reed, Bex Wood, Alex Mattinson, Juan Cely, Trisha Radly

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    • Cuddles


      from Tree House Humane Society Added 2,181 2 0

      Cuddles was living in a warehouse with several other cats for years before a nice man began caring for them and admitting them to us. She seems to have recurring skin issues that cause her to groom herself raw in places, but we are working with her to treat her. She's doing very well! She loves chin rubs more than anything (except for treats). Cuddles is the queen of her domain, waddling laps around the first floor, head high and tail flicking back and forth. She looks tough, but Cuddles is a sensitive lady. When the shelter is too much for her, she'll sequester herself in an office, curl up on the softest, warmest bed, and wait to be doted on.

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      • Eight - A lomokino's film


        from Patricia Palermo Added 148 1 0

        For the music go to : http://naivemind.bandcamp.com/ For the editing : http://www.youtube.com/user/Andz4nD

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        • Lonely Bear


          from Fizzy Toucan Added 24 0 0

          My wife's bear. He never gets any cuddles or attention, he just sits on the bed in a lonely room waiting for someone, anyone to give him any little bit of attention. .

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          • Colour Correction and Grading done with the use of a 'One Shot' reference chart


            from Kieren Wuest Added 978 3 0

            Footage of my girl and I taking the dogs for a walk. Yes another puppy video! Haha R&D: I've been working at the arcane art form of colour correction and grading for a while now, there are so many variables I see why there are dedicated experts called Colorists. It's an area I'm very interested in. This video aims to demonstrate how easy it is to correct colour and then apply a grade using a One Shot colour reference card. I've not used this method before and it makes the whole process so much faster, simpler, accurate and scientific. I wish I had used this on many of my shoots previous. In the beginning of the clip you see the reference chart and then the workflow I use. 1. During the shoot I set the white balance to the 18% grey on the card, which gives good in camera white balance as a good starting point. 2.. In post - I de-saturate (Black and white) and then set the contrast tones from the card. the white to about 80%, the grey to 40% and the black just touching the 0% (IRE) which gives a slight black crush which I like. 3. I then resaturate and go to the vector-scope with the card colours. I can then adjust the individual colour balance and line up the colours to where they should sit using hue and saturation adjustments. This is tricky and takes some eyeballing, but I'm still getting used to the fine tweaking part of this with the different colour lightness values. Each camera seems to have variations in colours it is 'stronger' or 'weaker' at than others, this process helps to level the playing field. To which you can then add a colour grade, which is a style element, this is the creative part. In this case I went for a filmic contrast curve and colour cast, with a bit of extra saturation (which you usually reduce for a filmc look) just to match the bright and fun feeling of the shots. This chart makes it very painless to match footage from two different cameras (which typically have different colour balances). The Panasonic GH2 camera has a very different colour cast to the NEX-7 I will have to try this comparison NEXt. This footage is shot with the NEX-7 and the Minolta 300mm 2.8 APO

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            • Cuddle Monster Animatic


              from Marko Bajic Added 100 0 0

              A Pirate Captain runs into an affectionate Sea Monster.

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              • th1ng: 'Bliss' Fairy - Sylvain Chomet


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                • th1ng: 'Cuddles' Fairy - Sylvain Chomet


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                  • Cuddles


                    from RCHS Added 40 0 0

                    Cuddles is a sweet and gentle little girl who adores everyone she meets. She is used to living with other dogs and would love a home with a nice soft lap and maybe another dog for company. Of course, she loves to cuddle! You can meet Cuddles and her friends at Rancho Coastal Humane Society in Encinitas, CA www.sdpets.org

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                    • Hug You Like Koalas


                      from Simon Panrucker Added 69.5K 669 37

                      Download song: http://simonpanrucker.bandcamp.com/track/hug-you-like-koalas IMPORTANT! Koalas can find it very stressful and exhausting to be handled by humans, so if you want a hug you should wait for the koala to make the first move. It's just simple etiquette. More facts about koalas: 1. Koalas have a very low metabolic rate which means they have to conserve energy by sleeping for around 20 hours a day. 2. Koalas are not bears, they are marsupials of course. 3. The best Youtube comment I found while looking for koala videos was this: 'I WANT TO FEED A KOALA A SANDWICH END OF DISCUSSION' (Koalas only really eat eucalyptus leaves so it probably wouldn't want that nasty old sandwich, but it's a nice image.) I used a lot of videos from Youtube and Vimeo to make this. By way of crediting them, here is a list of videos used in the order they appear: https://vimeo.com/9925570 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk66WfMQspg https://vimeo.com/9067902 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K30CVdPSCQY https://vimeo.com/44628819 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JXrdxM0_V8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCnmoK_O7VM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KW3E9uikgI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGH8qCrMSRY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJW6evqd4Oo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuIv3w-xnDg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weqsBVdwsdg https://vimeo.com/19861546 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Irrr4ISn5ps http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGKomvAY8oU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qc0wInifnos https://vimeo.com/36545764 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mULFIc7E1OM https://vimeo.com/34719677 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtfxgWtvn7c http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWptrCqsijg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uog3AwBhfjI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXHAvfAASGQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zHWQQ7I40k https://vimeo.com/2255031

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