1. Portrait of a boxer

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    from Philip Bloom / Added

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    2013 Regrade using FIlmConvert. 10% off with code bloom or by clicking here: http://gopb.co/filmconvert Shot for Sony Extra.Ordinary promotion on the FS100 with Zeiss ZF Glass. See the BTS films for all three pieces here which shows how they were made: http://philipbloom.net/2012/12/08/extra/ Sound recorded in camera using a RODE NTG-3 microphone. Please watch with great sound system or headphones. The volume needs to be cranked up! View on the Sony website here: http://tinyurl.com/7sv6549 and also read the tip sheet and watch the BTS videos there (below is direct link) http://www.sony.co.uk/biz/content/id/1237484931962/section/videography-extraordinary-filmstutorials You need to register on the Sony site but it's worth it! Very in depth!! Edit: there is an issue on Sony site with watching these. It will be fixed soon! Music by Niklas Aman Read more and see loads of BTS photos on my site here: http://philipbloom.net/?p=24739

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    • A Life Well Lived | Jim Whittaker & 50 Years of Everest

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      Fifty years ago, Jim Whittaker became the first American to summit Mt. Everest. Directed by Eric Becker. www.weareshouting.com. This film was made possible by support from Seattle University. Archival footage courtesy Eddie Bauer and The Whittaker Family.

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      • Tom van Steenbergen :: Rise

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        • 40mm underworld

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          from James Miller / Added

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          Low slung upside down mount of the Sony NEX FS100 lens approx 40mm from ground (centre). Lens used 50mm Sigma macro. Just for fun. Total lighting overkill from a Blonde, Red and a tiny Rosco LitePad 3x6. View full frame! images at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/m​illerandmiller/sets/7215762718​0814422 Download 1920x1080 frames at: http://bit.ly/phz1yN Other shots in this album taken same day with same setup. Music: Jean Michel Jarre / Oxygene (Part I)

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          • Warbird Pilot: Behind the Visor

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            from Rob W. Scribner / Added

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            Some people see pilots as fearless, confident, arrogant, but they are no different than you or me, just willing to put it all on the line to keep our warbirds legacy alive at their own personal sacrifice. This mini doc. is to show what it’s like to be a warbird pilot. These guys are keeping our history alive by flying and maintaining these legacy aircraft for future generations. Some of these guys were born into the life style, while others that have worked their way into the small community. Most pilots come off as fearless, confident, and sometimes arrogant but there is a reason for this. Fear can get you killed up in the air but confidence can get you home safely! We explore the aspects of flying these birds, the bad/difficult parts, the passion behind it/why they do it, the tragedies, the joys and the fears of this life style. John-Curtiss Paul talks about the life of maintaining and flying the old birds but also the life he potential leaves behind with each flight. There are only a handful of people in the world that are even capable of doing what John-Curtiss Paul does. Directed by - Rob W. Scribner Director of Photography - Rob W. Scribner Producer - Melissa Thompson, John-Curtiss Paul Camera Operators - Rob W. Scribner, Melissa Thompson Editor - Rob W. Scribner Post Audio Producer - Eric Bower Talent - John-Curtiss Paul, Mark Peterson, Chauncey Reese, Gavin Thompson, Sander Curtiss Paul Music From - The Music Bed Music By - Tony Anderson - Open Arms Dexter Britain - Did you feel Mark Doubleday - Sunrise Most of this project was filmed on the FS100 but we also use a 7D, 60D, and Go-pro Footage. The FS100 was the A cam; we did not have a ton of lenses to work with...mainly the 18-200mm Sony E-mount and a 20mm Sony E-mount 2.8 which worked great for fast shooting. The trick for us was making good use of the Tiffen ND filters. We shot all the interviews at 24p and most of the Broll in 60p (S & Q). There were a few times I change to 1080 60p internal to the cam because I wanted to capture audio that I could use later in post but also want to slow it down to 24p. The 7D, which was our B cam also had a stock lens, the 18-135mm Canon EF. This was also the cam we used for the time-lapse shots. We had to be scrappy when making this project which was actually really fun. The project was finished up and edited in Premiere Pro CC.

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            • RUARRI JOSEPH :: Till The Luck Runs Dry

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              Till the Luck Runs Dry is a celebration of Life and Cornish Landscape. A moment of personal realisation following the loss of a close friend by singer/song writer Ruarri Joseph led to this beautifully shot, unexpected combination of ephemeral art and music. ‘Till The Luck Runs Dry’ is a Newquay based collaboration between musician Ruarri Joseph, Cinematographer Tim Boydell and artist Tony Plant WEBSITE : www.tonyplant.co.uk FACEBOOK : www.facebook.com/tony2plant TWITTER : www.twitter.com/LastTreeOnEarth Music Video made by Light Colour Sound for Ruarri Joseph's performance of 'Till The Luck Runs Dry' from the Album 'Brother'. Film Commissioned to Light-Colour-Sound Director's : Tim Boydell and Ruarri Joseph Director of Photography : Tim Boydell Grip : James Keith Post : Tim Boydell WEBSITE : www.lightcoloursound.co.uk FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/LightColourSound TWITTER : https://twitter.com/LCSODC

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              • Magnetic Void

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                from James Miller / Added

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                Some brief shots I filmed at the site that was formerly, 'The British United Shoe Machinery Company' (BUSM) in Leicester. Part of a larger project. Filmed with the Sony FS100 at 50p. History of BUSM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_United_Shoe_Machinery Soundtrack: Clint Mansell / Moon - Welcome to Lunar Industries

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                • Portrait of a boxer 2013: FilmConvert B&W version

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                  from Philip Bloom / Added

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                  10% off FIlmConvert with code "bloom" or via this link http://gopb.co/filmconvert Re-grade of my micro doc made for Sony that was a Staff Pick back in March last year using www.filmconvert.com to B&W. Something I always pictured as working on this piece The original colour version is here: https://vimeo.com/39453069 Shot for Sony Extra.Ordinary promotion on the FS100 with Zeiss ZF Glass. See the BTS films for all three pieces here which shows how they were made: www.philipbloom.net/2012/12/08/extra/ Sound recorded in camera using a RODE NTG-3 microphone. Please watch with great sound system or headphones. The volume needs to be cranked up! Music by Niklas Aman Read more and see loads of BTS photos on my site here: www.philipbloom.net/?p=24739

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                  • Between

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                    from James Miller / Added

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                    First tests with the new firmware. Random selection of clips Sony NEX-FS100 / Firmware V2.00 Filmed on a Nikkor-s 50 1:4 Download Link (Win / Mac): http://support.pro.sony.eu/software/detail.aspx#download Picture Profile: MMPP3: Black Level: +11 Gamma Cinematone2 Black Gamma: high, +7 Knee: (too taste) Color Mode: Cinematone2, +8 Color Level -1 Color Phase +1 Color Depth: R+4, G-3, B+2, C+1, M+1, Y-1 WB-Shift: LB-1, CC-1 Detail +4 On / Type3 Limit 7 Soundtrack: Don't Say / Hannah Cohen

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                    • 194 grams

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                      from James Miller / Added

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                      First test with the Metabones 'Speed Booster' prototype - Detailed information on this adapter on Philip Bloom's site. http://philipbloom.net/?p=28349 Filmed from inside my car as it was raining and cold!. Tripod slung on the passenger seat, window open and monitor in view. Shots start along Brighton sea front on the South coast of the UK and over the Sussex Downs back home to Cuckfield. I tried to match the frame of people in shot as I drove by. Everything is cross faded together at cut points the collide, bringing the fade to just one side allows the image to pull away from it's self. I'm sure I upset a few drivers trying to get a smooth ramp in acceleration. The nice thing about this type of observationally filming is that you can watch it many times and see different things. It's lovely when things just work. The guy on the bike clocked me in the end and saluted me, well thats what I think he did. Graded to black and white with slights drifts of hues, but very subtle. Secondary colour and grain added using 'Film Convert' Adobe Premiere plug-in or standalone application. - http://www.filmconvert.com '194 grams', the weight of the Metabones adapter. I'm sure there is a movie there ;) I really miss filming for the love of it. When you get busy with paying work it's easy to let things slide. I'm going to try and change this as I love filming of the cuff. It’s a really quick test with the new Metabones adapter. Filmed on the Sony FS100 over cranked in camera. Single lens used, the EF Canon 17-40mm L f/4 lens. Shot at 24mm to crop out the window frame as I couldn't get the sticks any closer. I really just wanted to test to see if the adapter was usable. Other tests to follow as soon as possible. Philip has the adapter back now, and I'm sure he will shot some great tests. I would have done more with other lenses if I have had more time, hopefully I can do this soon. Soundtrack - 'Still Here', Kerry Muzzey Licensed through 'The Music Bed' - https://www.themusicbed.com James

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