1. The Manhattan Project 4K


    from Cameron Michael / Added

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    COPYWRITE: CAMERON MICHAEL PRODUCTIONS This time-lapse production has been a wild and exhilarating ride, with a lot of physical work lugging my 120-130 pounds of gear around all of Manhattan. I bent (broke) some laws and made a ton of friends. Thank you all for your support and please feel free to help out a starving artist and share this video with the world. Music Provided by: BLACKMILL Licensing and purchase of "The Manhattan Project " is available http://www.facebook.com/CameraCameron https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cameron-Michael-Productions/160014703460?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/cameronmichaell Instagram CameronMichael Support by: http://www.dynamicperception.com/#oid=1006_1 Reddit http://www.reddit.com/user/CameronMichael/

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    • A Day in May



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      This is a simple but we hope spectacular little film depicting the coming of spring to the Wirral peninsula, set to music by Amon Tobin. It was not, however, so simple to produce, employing timelapse, motion control, and other tricky techniques in pretty challenging conditions. It was made really as a little bit of a thank you, to all the people who've helped us while we've been out shooting this last year. Photography by Andy Schonfelder and Alastair Dicks http://www.lightandtime.co.uk Music by Amon Tobin Easy Muffin from the album Bricolage http://www.amontobin.com The film was produced, not in a day, but over several months in spring 2013. Shot in various locations around the wirral, but mainly on the Dee estuary, at Red Rocks beach and in Dibbinsdale woods. The video was all shot using the Magic Lantern RAW video hack, on Canon 5D mkII and mkIII. The timelapses were shot as RAW still sequences on a range of Canon and Nikon DSLRs. Motion control was thanks to Dynamic Perceptions kit. Ramping was handled by TriggerTrap Mobile Dongles. Post was via a combination of the Adobe Creative Suite, LRTimelapse, and DaVinci Resolve. Thanks to: Bridget, Ayşegül and the BBC 'Seasons' team. a1ex, a.d., and all the Magic Lantern crew. Alex at digitalSTAGE, Haje at TriggerTrap and Gwegner at LRTimelapse. And to all those who've taken the long way around for the sake of our shots. Thank you. http://www.magiclantern.fm/ http://www.dynamicperception.com/ https://triggertrap.com/ http://lrtimelapse.com/ http://www.digitalstage.co.uk/

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      • The Beauty of Earth and Star: Timelapse of the Night, Kolob Canyon & Joshua Tree


        from mark melnyk / Added

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        Play Full screen, HD and turn the volume UP. Oh, almost forgot, enjoy. Timelapse shot mainly in Kolob Canyons of Zion National Park and the White Tank Campground area of Joshua Tree National Park over the last 3 months. My favorite part of this whole project was sitting out under the stars with friends while the night sky would unfold before me, and all during this my equipment was busily working away capturing on a ccd (or is that c-mos) what my eyes were capturing for me. Equipment includes: Canon "modified" XSi and T3i, Dynamic Perception Stage 0 Dolly and MX2 controller, Losmandy Starlapse, 8-15mm f4 Canon lens, 24mm f1.4 Canon lens, 11-16mm f2.8 Tokina lens. Music by: Audiomachine, song: Reaching Check out my astronomy website @ http://www.melnykastro.com Also Riverside Astronomical Society's website @ http://www.rivastro.org

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        • N A T U R A


          from Hugo Camara / Added

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          Pequeno video realizado na Ilha da Madeira- Portugal. Short film from Madeira Island - Portugal. Equipamento/Equipment Canon 5D2 Samyang 14mm Carl Zeiss 21mm Canon 17-40 Canon 400mm Stage Zero Dolly Magic Lantern Musica/Music MARK PETRIE

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          • Visit Your Pacific Northwest National Forest Lands


            from Uncage the Soul Productions / Added

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            The Pacific Northwest Region 6 of the US Forest Service contains 17 National Forests, a National Scenic Area, a National Grassland, and two National Volcanic Monuments, all within the states of Oregon and Washington. The forests provide timber for people, forage for cattle and wildlife, habitat for fish, plants, and animals, and some of the finest recreation lands in the country. For a complete map of all locations featured in this video click here: http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r6/home/?cid=stelprdb5372231 Produced 2012 by Uncage the Soul Productions http://www.uncagethesoul.com Music by Peter Bosack http://www.peterbosackmusic.com

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            • The Big Island


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              Marika and I were on the Big Island of Hawaii for two weeks working. We traveled all over getting shots and this is sort of a "best of" montage! Magic Lantern with CBR at 3.0x was used for most of the shots. Some timelapses used the FPS override function at 4fps and several HDR shots at Exposures of ISO 100-1600 were used. Equipment Canon 5D Mark II Canon T3i Nikkor AIS 20mm, 50mm f 1.2, and 80-200mm f 2.8 Dynamic Perceptions Stage Zero Dolly Aerial Video with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters Music Song #1 - Hans Zimmer - Unreleased Instrumental - Jisas Yu Holem Hand Blong Mi (The Thin Red Line OST) Song #2 - Luke Neumann - The Beacon Follow Neumann Films on Facebook or Twitter. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NeumannFilms Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/Neumannfilms

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              • Madeira Island


                from Hugo Camara / Added

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                Equipment Canon 5D2 Carl Zeiss Distagon 21mm 2.8 ZE Canon 17-40 4.0 L Samyang 14mm 2.8 Stage Zero dolly Music Away free sample from PianoMusicChannel.

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                • Portland Parks & Recreation


                  from Uncage the Soul Productions / Added

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                  Portland Parks & Recreation recently was nominated as a finalist for the National Gold Medal Award. This top national recognition is awarded by the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration (AAPRA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). AAPRA and NRPA are regarded as the country's most prestigious park professional organizations. Portland is one of only four communities of its size nationwide to receive this recognition. "We are delighted to earn this recognition," says Parks Commissioner Nick Fish. "Portlanders care deeply about our parks, natural resources, and recreation facilities. This national recognition is a tribute to the hard work of PP&R employees, private partners, and dedicated volunteers." As part of PP&R's application for the Gold Medal Award, the bureau contracted Uncage the Soul Video Productions of Portland to produce a video highlighting PP&R's environmental stewardship, program development, long-range planning, resource management, volunteerism, professional development, and agency recognition. Award candidates are divided into five categories, based on community population. Four finalists are chosen from each category. The Rose City falls into AAPRA's Class I, the largest division, which includes all U.S. park and recreation departments serving populations of 250,000 or more. The other Class I finalists include Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Parks and Recreation Department; Miami-Dade County, Florida Park and Recreation Department; and Kansas City (MO) Parks. The Grand Award winners will be announced during the NRPA's Annual Congress & Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia, November 1-3, 2011.

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                  • Maryland Nights II


                    from Mark 'Indy' Kochte / Added

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                    This astrolapse (night-sky time-lapse video) took about 6 months to shoot, and nearly 9 months to find both the time to work on and to learn new software to put the video together. But after a LONG wait, it is finally done! These sequences were shot in dark(ish) areas around the state of Maryland. Unfortunately, due to Maryland’s size, shape, and population centers/metropolises in and immediately around the state, there are very few truly dark locales in which one can visit to enjoy the night sky. The closest to me were 2 to 2-1/2 hour drives away, making for a very committing evening to get any shots taken (so I had to be very picky about what weather I was shooting in). Since my last video (West Virginia Nights - https://vimeo.com/33280344) I’ve put on another 35,000 miles to my car. A good chunk of it due to this and other astrolapses I was shooting all last year. Some factoids: As you can see from watching the video, light pollution just pervades the horizons. All the naked-eye visible planets except Mercury make an appearance in this video Venus is in many of the sequences (e.g., 0:18, 0:46, 1:14, 1:52, 2:40) as a very bright star-like object. Jupiter appears at 1:52, 2:40 Saturn is center bright yellowish star-like object to the left of the other bright star (Spica) at 1:05 Mars is the yellowish-orange bright star-like object just down right of center at 2:15 The final sequence features a crescent Moon, during a conjunction with Jupiter and Venus, forming an isosceles triangle shape. At 0:12 a satellite drifts through the opening between the tree branches right of center (note: most of the rest of the fast streaks you see in the video are planes) I caught the tail-end of a thunderstorm on the horizon at 1:52. It lasts only for a fraction of a second in the video, 20 minutes in real life. The red streak of light on the underside of the telescope was from the red light on the battery powering the dolly. The telescope at 2:05 is a Meade ETX-125 that I brought along to look through while I was doing an astrolapse shot. Did not use it while I did that sequence, though. The Point Lookout State Park sequences were acquired with special permission from the Head Park Ranger Christy Bright. Technical Details: Cameras used: Nikon D7000 ISOs: ranged from 1600-3200 Exposure times: ranged from 15-25 seconds Lens F-stops: ranged from f/2.8 (14mm Rokinon) to f/3.5 (18-105 Nikon kit lens) Post-processing: Lightroom 3 Video creation and rendering: Final Cut Pro X Sequence motion courtesy of Dynamic Perceptions Stage Zero Dolly, except the sequences at 1:05 and 2:15 which was done using a Celestron Sky-Watcher telescope mount. Sequences shot at Cornfield Harbor, Paw Paw Tunnel, Point Lookout Creek, Point Lookout State Park, Point Lookout (Green Ridge State Forest), Tanner Creek Music by Sarah Schachner (www.sarahschachner.com), “Requiem For A Planet” (short version)

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                    • Arkansas Razorbacks Film Series Trailer


                      from Brad Kremer / Added

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                      This is the trailer for a short film series for the Arkansas Razorbacks Football Team. From conception to completion we travelled to Arkansas six times for games, interviews, scenics and more. We wanted to take the idea of a college football team film to the next level through storytelling, camera and editing techniques. Personally I tried to bring the excitement of an action sport film to the world of football. Given my long history of producing snowboard films I wanted to bring a level of production to the team that has not been seen before. To see more go to www.arkansasrazorbacks.com We shot the films with a series of different cameras platforms including a Phantom Flex, Red Epic and Canon/Nikon DSLRs. Time lapses for shot with Dynamic perceptions dollies and the Emotimo moco head. Subject: University of Arkansas Razorbacks Football Production company: Tytan Client: University of Arkansas Razorbacks Football/BMG Director/DP: Brad Kremer Producer/AD: Jim Stone Executive Producer: Andy Wagner Producer: Steve Kennedy Producer: Scott Jacobs Cameras: Brad Kremer, Jim Stone, Roxy, Neil Goss, Dustin Farrell Phantom Flex Operator: Brad Kremer Editor: Josh Jasso Graphics: Aaron Legere. Mark Nguyen

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