See the Sequel, called Imagine California, here: https://vimeo.com/78562451 A Day in California is comprised of 10,000+ individual photographs, taken on beginner Canon equipment. It is the result of a year and a half of travel around Southern California to capture some of the wonderful and unique locations that this great state has to offer. To learn more about the story behind A Day in California, check out my Huffington Post interview: http://huff.to/qdnc4O This video has been featured on CBS, NBC, Gizmodo, CNET, LAist, and many others. It is a Vimeo Staff Favorite, and received recognition by being #1 on Facebook, Google+, and Reddit. To have a video made or licensing opportunities, send me an email. Email: email@example.com Web: RyanKillackey.com Twitter: twitter.com/RyanKillackey Music by Cinematic Orchestra (Song: Arrival of the Birds): http://amzn.to/A9NJxw+ More details
more work www.mattgivot.com A Disneyland Timelapse by Matt Givot and Dan Douglas Over 20,000 images to show the one and only Disneyland Anaheim. In our latest time-lapse showcasing Disneyland and California Adventure, we combined artistry with technology to capture the magic Walt Disney has created. In one afternoon, we used timelapse photography to show some of the enchanting experiences guests from all over the world come to Disneyland to enjoy. The film gives a unique perspective of the colorful lights, moving crowds and entertaining rides. Our goal was to showcase the magic experienced only at Disneyland Anaheim, showing how Walt Disney’s theme park vision from the 1930’s has become the world’s most popular theme park. We hope you enjoy this glimpse into his magical world. And now the gear - over 75% of this was shot using the Carl Zeiss 21m f2.8 Distagon T*. It is almost hard to put anything else on the camera after shooting with this glass. Not only is this the sharpest lens we have shot on, It also has some of the best color rendering we have ever seen. In addition to the that glass, another important element was the Formatt Hitech 3.0 Prostop IRND filter. This would allow us to stop the camera 10 stops so we could get natural looking motion blur in the middle of the day. The motion control was created by using the emotimo Tb3 http://emotimo.com/ And the Dynamic Perception stage one http://www.dynamicperception.com/ The music was made by the very talented Nick Bertke (Pogo) Follow our adventures. Instagram @mgivot @danpvp Facebook https://www.facebook.com/givot.m https://www.facebook.com/DanTDouglas+ More details
Song: Radiohead - Videotape (From the Album "In Rainbows") Purchase: itunes.apple.com/album/in-rainbows/id270079778 Another test video. Just mucking around and experimenting. If there is a theme in here somewhere I don't know what it is; I just felt like a marionette with a camera at the time. Canon 7d with the 17-55mm 2.8 IS shot 100% Handheld at 720p 60fps and conformed to 24fps for editing. I used the "superflat01" custom picture profile. Thanks for checking it out!+ More details
I had the opportunity to once again team up with the awesome team at The Academy. Working with Director Colin Hesterly, I brought the stunning designs of Dan Matutina to life and the end result is a beautifully fluid ode to a simpler time; referencing things like The Worlds Fair and Disneyland's World of Tomorrow. Hoping to make the world a better place through the magic of animation, paired with the message of love, I hope you enjoy the result as much as we enjoyed the process. Credits: Directed By: http://academycreative.com/ Creative Director: Colin Hesterly http://colinhesterly.com/ Executive Producer: Mike Holm Production Coordinator: McKenna Turner Design: Dan Matutina http://twistedfork.me/ Animation: Jordan Scott Additional Animation: Colin Hesterly Score: Cyrille Marchesseau http://www.cyrillemarchesseau.com/ Sound Design: HEARby Sound+ More details
Simple little video cut together of my family and I at Disneyland. Wanted to get some test footage out of the Rebel T2i Using the kit 18-55mm lens ISO 100-800 Using just what came in the box, nothing more. For more about this visit rusticred.com/blog For those interested I now have a teaser for a wedding that was shot entirely with the T2i http://vimeo.com/11544799+ More details
Eager to test out a newly acquired vintage Switar lens, the wifey and I headed out to Disneyland to catch the sun going down and capture the warm lights. This was shot during one of our many (many) visits to Disneyland on the BlackMagic Pocket with the Kern Paillard Switar 16mm f1.8. This combination of the amazing sensor and the vintage look of the Switar gives a creamy soft glow to all the dark and brightly lit scenes. The footage was graded with Film Convert with just a touch of grain to soften the image up in the noisy bits. I found the tiny lens was hard to pull focus with but it certainly helped create a tiny overall package that was very stealthy and light - this definitely helped with the ease of use. I wanted the smallest footprint I could fit in a small bag so I came up with 3 battery packs, a tiny carbon (Sirui) tripod, and a small 18" Varavon slider. This lens gives you around a 50mm full frame equiv fov and I think it's very usable in the daytime - in low light just be aware this lens blooms quite strongly around bright objects (and that might be a great thing) BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera Kern-Paillard Switar AR 16mm f1.8 Sirui CF sticks Varavon S Lite slider (special 18" version) 24 P, 400-800 ASA variable iris+ More details
In 2011, my girlfriend and I went to Disneyland a couple times and each trip I brought my camera. I had all this footage from our trips just sitting on my hard drive, so I just decided on a whim to cut it together into a montage of our journeys. The title is an homage to the plaque you walk under on your way into the park. A lot of visitors overlook it which is too bad since it sets the tone for the rest of the experience. "Here You Leave Today and Enter the World of Yesterday, Tomorrow, and Fantasy." Song // Je te laisserai des mots ~ Patrick Watson Buy it here: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/je-te-laisserai-des-mots-single/id391153772+ More details
The vision and showmanship of Walt Disney has touched more corners of the world and hearts through his many films and theme parks. Since opening his first park "Disneyland" on July 17, 1955, Walt and his team of dream makers known as "Imagineers" have created many theme parks around the world. The SoundWorks Collection pulls back the curtain on the talented Imagineers who are responsible for the sounds and music of the Walt Disney theme park properties. In our exclusive video profile we explore the history and role of the audio team as they share their stories and creative challenges. We also take a visit through the original John James "Jimmy" MacDonald sound effects collection, which explores some of the classic Disney sound effects. "Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world." - Walt Disney For more exclusive videos check out www.SoundWorksCollection.com Join the SoundWorks Collection Vimeo Channel: www.vimeo.com/channels/soundworkscollection+ More details
Well, four months after our trip to the USA, here is the video of our road trip. Our adventure begins in Los Angeles, on the evening of our arrival, we had dinner at Bubba Gump at Santa Monica Pier and the next day a quick visit to Disneyland history of playing tourists to the end! Then toward San Francisco via the coastal road. It was long, very long! But fortunately there was beautiful scenery. We visited San Francisco in 3 days but it was too short (I think 5 days is a minimum benefit). Visit the city center, the Saturday market at the Ferry Building, stroll in Cable Car and the "famous" Golden Bridge (a bridge is a bridge). And finally our odyssey ends with the sulphureous Las Vegas! Hoping that you enjoy this video and that is not too "vacation movie!" - - - - - - Voilà, 4 mois après notre voyage aux USA, voici la vidéo de notre road trip. Notre aventure commence à Los Angeles où, le soir de notre arrivée, nous avons dîné au Bubba Gump à Santa Monica Pier et le lendemain un petit tour à Disneyland histoire de jouer les touristes jusqu'au bout ! Puis direction San Francisco via la route côtière. C'était long, très long même ! Mais heureusement il y avait des beaux paysages. Nous avons visité San Francisco en 3 jours mais c'était au pas de course (je pense que 5 jours est un minimum pour en profiter). Visite du centre ville, le marché du samedi au Ferry Building, petit tour en Cable Car et le "fameux" Golden Bridge (un pont reste un pont). Et enfin notre odyssée s'achève avec Las Vegas la sulfureuse ! En souhaitant que cela vous plaira et que cette vidéo ne fasse pas trop "film de vacances" !+ More details
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