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    In summer of 2012, Mammoth spent two weeks in Rwanda, Africa filming for the country's tourism department. After delivering the finished video, we decided to create another edit to include all the bonus footage and outtakes. This video is NOT the edit currently playing in their airports and welcome centers. If you wish to visit this beautiful country, contact us and we'll put you in touch with our guide, Amani. Music in this portfolio edit: "Equestrian" by U.S. Royalty "Still Life" by The Horrors www.MammothMedia.tv

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      Trevor & Ashly left on a 34 day adventure across the eastern states of America and Canada. This is their story. As our longest video to date, let us know if you make it to the end. Created by MammothMedia.tv

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        Caleb Quanbeck, Seth Kimbrough, and Karl Poynter hit up Louisville Skatepark for a late night session while on a trip through the South. Filmed by Tristan Afre Edited by Ryan Chadwick

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          This is meant to be funny and sarcastic. Just a few ideas on how many video makers can improve their web videos.

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            Those who have followed me via Twitter, this is the first commercial series from my huge shoot in the Eastern Sierra Nevadas, California & Nevada. We generated more than 500GBs of HDSLR footage. From run-n-gun style shooting to locked down magnificent vistas, this was an epic shoot. Not to mention it was all at above 6000ft. I wanted to post this here to show the production value of the shoot. Special thanks to Ben Paull & Keith Brauneis, my other two camera operators for their amazing persistence to get the shot. Also, big kudos goes again to Ben Paull for helping me tackle the giant task of logging & transcoding all the footage *whew* And last but not least a HUGE thanks to Dan Mehta for scoring the piece. He is truly a great artist. Enjoy! http://www.facebook.com/mehtamusic - Dan Mehta

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            • DCSHOECO UK Team - PA Trip - Leo Forte (GoPro)


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              Last week the UK DC BMX team took a trip to Eastern Pennsylvania. Here's a GoPro clip Leo Forte filmed on the westside line at the infamous Catty Woods.

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              • Heart Beat - Chase & Status featuring Nneka


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                Visual production for Chase & Status live tour in 2009 by The Light Surgeons. more info: http://www.lightsurgeons.com http://www.myspace.com/chaseandstatus Credits: Direction: Joe Greenaway Graphic Design: Mitchy Bwoy Post production: Jude & Joe Greenaway Producer: Chris Allen

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                • Eastern Bikes Inside/Out Minneapolis


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                  Insiders Eric Holley and Nick Anderson invite outsider Seamus McKeon to Minneapolis Minnesota to hang out and ride bikes for a couple of days. easternbikes.com

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                  • Eastern Bikes Zachery Rogers 2012 Edit


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                    The winter has been pretty mild here in North Carolina. That's been good for Eastern Bikes' Zachery Rogers. He has been filming a lot over the winter and put together this great edit. Western North Carolina spots have been blowing up lately! Editing by: Zachery Rogers Filming by: Phil Jones Additional Filming: Dave Mcdermott, Latane Coghill, Luis Pinzon, Gerald Norman, Zachery Rogers

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                    • Screaming Swamp - Letus Ultimate Film


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                      I shot this video a few hours ago. Please visit my website for more info: http://www.tomguilmette.com This video is different from all the other Letus videos I have ever made for Vimeo. This video was shot with the Letus Ultimate 35mm lens adapter. It works brilliantly and I am very happy that I have it. I was a little worried using it so close to the waters edge, this one is a demo from Letus! I do not want to return it with water pouring out of it. For those of you who do not know, the Letus Ultimate is much different than what I have been using, the Letus Extreme. The Ultimate uses a spinning ground glass element, instead of a vibrating one, to work its magic. The spinning glass keeps dust and debris off the film plane and also results in a sharper and cleaner picture. Unlike the vibrating glass in the Extreme, the Ultimate does not show any “wax paper” pattern ever! I tried everything and the only way I could see the ground glass in the Ultimate was to simply turn it off. Even when I stopped way down, closing the aperture on the film lens to a pin hole, my depth of field was deep and no patter appeared. I cannot do that with the Extreme. This video was shot because the opportunity simply presented itself. I was going for a bike ride along the power lines and whilst at the parking lot getting ready, I heard a strange sound. I looked through the chain link fence behind my car and saw hundreds of frogs in a little swamp jumping on top of each other. The were expanding their necks and “screaming” their mating calls. I got back in the car, drove a few minutes to my house and got my camera. When I returned, the frogs were not as active, but there were still plenty of them to shoot. They got use to my camera after a few minutes and some swam right to me. Most of them were on their own, making quite a bit of noise. I used the Zoom H4 solid state stereo recorder to get all the wild sound and I also used the great bit of gear for my voice over. I shot this short with the Sony PMW-EX1, Letus Ultimate, Vinten Vision 3 tripod system, and Nikon manual 35mm film lenses. I used three lenses: Nikon 200mm f4 tele, 105mm f4 macro, and the 16mm f2.8 fisheye. I color graded in post with my own secret brew using Magic Bullet Looks. I also used Twixtor to slow down some of the frog footage to 26-55 percent. The ripples in the water look great when processed with the Twixtor 4.5 plug-in. I shot most of this film in 720 30p in over crank mode (60 frames per second). A few of the shots were shot at 30p. Two things, I do not know what type of frogs or toads these are, so please educate me... and also, note my cameo in the reflection of the frog at the end of the film. I was about six inches from him with my face in the mud! I got a few emails about this video and wanted to thank Dale Allen for pointing out the fact that these are "Eastern American Toads". Whilst I was editing, I looked them up in a New England field guide, but was not completely sure. I had always thought that toads did not go into the water! It looks like they do when they breed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_toad for more information. TRT: 2 minutes 19 seconds Size: 49.6 MB Type: Quicktime mpeg4 720p HDTV

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