1. Music video "Destiny" for metal core band 2 Years to Apocalypse


    from Martin Wilmsen Added 85 0 0

    Music video shot for Amsterdam based metal core band 2 Years to Apocalypse. Shot with a Nikon D750 and a 24-70mm lens (mostly on 35mm). Gear used, DJI Ronin, Lanparte rig, Hague mini jib. Edited with Premiere CS6.

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    • Hague K3 Mini Camera Jib Traveller


      from Hague Camera Supports Added 1,021 2 0

      Available now and shipping worldwide - www.cameragrip.co.uk The Hague K3 Mini Jib Traveller is small, compact, lightweight and easy to take anywhere. Measuring just 82cm for transit, and weighing just 2kg, this jib is ideal for people on the go. It’s ideal for both DSLRs and all handheld camcorders under 3kg, or could be used with action cameras such as the GoPro for an even more lightweight set-up. The Mini Jib is fastened directly to the video head of any sturdy tripod, in the same way you would attach your camera. It can be mounted using both 1/4” and 3/8” screws. On the end of the jib is a camera plate mounted on a pulley with a control cable coming down the jib to a second pulley at the side of the video head on the tripod. It is this control cable that keeps the camera level as the jib is raised or lowered. Tilting the tripod’s video head controls the camera pulley on the end of the jib, enabling the camera to be tilted up or down. The radial ball bearings in the pulley ensure a very smooth tilt movement. The jib has a telescopic weight bar which can be adjusted to counterbalance the camera with standard bar weights (not supplied) or a sandbag used for counterbalance. An additional feature of the Mini Jib is the ability to mount the jib horizontally so you can create sideways tracking movement, similar to a slider, or the camera can be positioned to move forward or back. Combine this with using the pan bar on the video head and some very unusual shots can be achieved. Specifications: Up and Down Crane movement - 140cm, Length from tripod to camera - 72cm, Telescopic weight bar length 20 - 70cm, Total maximum length 146cm, Transit Size: 82 x 10 x 7cm, Weight: 2kg.

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      • Investigating The Paranormal: A Short Documentary


        from Robert Goulding Added 2,893 29 12

        Shortly after the production of this documentary we we're given the sad news that owner of Haunted Southampton LTD had passed away. He was an extremely enthusiastic and humble man who was a pleasure to work with. RIP Pete Collins. This mini documentary looks into the paranormal activities of Southampton's well known hotel; South Western House. Ghost researcher Peter Collins (Haunted Southampton LTD) and Psychic Medium John Taylor, use their many years of ghost hunting experience along with professional equipment to conduct a thorough investigation. Soon discovering the truths of the famous building as well as its historical links to the Titanic. Technical notes - Equipment; Canon EOS 60D, 7D & 6D DSLR's (VisionColor Picture Profile) Samyang VDSLR Cine Lens': 14mm T3.1, 24mm T1.5, 35mm T1.5 & 85mm T1.5 Steadicam: Wieldy HDV PRO Iron Triangle Carbon Fiber Stabilizer w/ Vest & Dual Arm Generic Glidetrack Hague Multi-Jib K12 Vinten PRO-6HDV Tripods Lanparte Shoulder Mount Rig w/ A/B Hard Stops Follow Focus & Wondlan Weights Cineroid EVF TV Logic Monitors Dedo DL4H's and a selection of LEE Filter Gobo's FloLight FL-110AW Marantz PMD 661 MKII w/ Sennheiser SK 500 G3's + AKG Shotgun and Tie-Clip Mics Post Production: FilmConvert Pro's Film Grain VisionColor's Osiris Film Emulation LUT's Color Grading Central's LUT Utility for FCP X Credits: Producer - Kieron Yeoman Director/ Director of Photography/Colorist - Robert Goulding Editor - Nick Blagden Sound Design - Chris Williams 1st AC - Pete Bateman 2nd AC - Toby Shead Boom Operator - Dan Wood-Costa Production Assistants - Chezny Benton, Daniel Hargadon & Aleksandar Zecevic Special thanks to Haunted Southampton LTD and all the management at South Western House. © 2013

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        • Michelle + Tom Wedding


          from Daniel Peters Added 813 7 1

          Michelle + Tom Songs by: Jose Gonzalez - Heartbeats Lifehouse - You and Me Info: As a one-man-army, I swore to myself that I'd never shoot a wedding again, not that I dont enjoy them. They are quite an odd feeling to film, you feel relaxed and in a party kinda vibe yet stressed with alot of gear and notes to make sure you dont forget your shots or any inspiring ones that happen along the way. It is very stressful as you cant really re-take alot of things due to.. 1. its a wedding, ha. 2. the more natural everything looks, the better its comes out (i find anyways) 3. its just me filming so I dont have a crew to help get alot of different angles I asked if my Betty would come along and help me on the day, give me a heads up on times, where the bride, groom is at times. She even remembered how to turn on my 5DMKII and push record in time for the reception. Audio for the ceremony isn't the best i wanted, I had my sennheiser lavs with me, but the bride didn't want the stress of having it on her. I had one on the groom but unfortunately I had a audio glitch when going through the file and nothing came out. Lucky enough i had a sennheiser mke400 on the 5D near the bride and groom and it did a good enough job. would have much preferred the lavs though ha :I Shooting weddings are def not a one man team, even if you can somehow persuade your betty to help out. I'd advise at least another 2 people to help you on the day. Besides the stress of lugging equipment around and getting shots. The day was really smooth (i know that doesn't make sense, ha) but everything was in one place this time. So no running around to different locations to shoot the groom, then travel to shoot the bride, then to the reception, then travel to the dinner/dance. Everything in one place. I also hired a lens for the day that I knew I had to have, this lens and great hire company saved my ass! I used a 70-200mm IS 2.8 most of the day. People in the UK need to check these guys out, great rental deals with no deposit - THATS RIGHT...deposit is optional :) www.lensesforhire.co.uk All the other lenses I used were mine... a Zeiss 50mm 1.4, L 16-35mm, 24 TS, 24 1.4. I think I captured the day well and the vibe of the couple...hope you like it too :) P.S Sorry for the digital horizontal flash sometimes - its a canon dslr, theres no way to avoid those...especially at a wedding or concert haha

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          • HOLLYWOOD - GET DOWN 'Official Music video'


            from Daniel Peters Added 1,716 9 9

            Canon 1D MKIV Canon 5D MKII Canon L 24mm 1.4 Canon L 16-35mm 2.8 Zeiss 50mm 1.4 ZE RedRock Man Cam Rig Marshall Monitor 5inch Manfrotto 501 Indikit Follow Focus Hague Jib Datavision 600 LED cheap B&Q lights (ha) Artist: Hollywood FACEBOOK -facebook.com/​pages/​Hollywood/​152368988144843 Location: Bristol When the band contacted me regarding a music video for the track... i knew what I wanted to do and thankfully the band digged the ideas and location. One thing bugged me a little on this shoot and that was...the city lights/buildings in the background are always usually on but on this shoot, not as many were on as i was hoping for. The band were a blast to work with and even didn't mind me bugging them with my fake welsh accent (sorry again guys, ha) I think the colors and vibe of the video fits the song really well, hope you like it too.

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            • Fe Come Dance


              from Leo Burton Added 646 2 0

              Directed By Leo Burton leo@solutionstudios.net

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              • VW GOLF MK.II PROMO


                from Jonny Jones Added 785 4 0

                Here's a promo video I shot and edited for a friend of mine!

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