1. Romance of the Light


    from James Miller / Added

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    Shot & Edited in one day by James Miller. Camera assistant, driver, BTS and stills, Luke Miller Filmed on the Canon EOS C300. Supplied very kindly by Guy Thatcher at www.hireacamera.com LOG profile used at 5800K ISO 850 - 2000 Lenses: Nikon 28mm 2.8, 35mm 2.8, 50mm 1.8 Very light blanket grade added on encoding to Vimeo, untouched in edit. Location: Brighton, UK Note: Unfortunately you can't judge the quality of this when viewing through Vimeo. Even if you download the source file it still will have motion blocking that not there on the Prores masters. Lens Whacking technique used more information at: http://philipbloom.net/2012/02/01/the-art-of-lens-whacking-real-lights-leaks-and-ones-done-in-post/ Soundtrack: Bon Iver, Holocene

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    • Valentine's Day


      from Eoin Duffy / Added

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      A Valentine's tale! → twitter.com/eoinduffy → fb.me/eoinduffyanimation Voiced by the great Maria Pendolino - http://www.mariapendolino.com/ // https://twitter.com/mariapendo

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      • Critical Sliders


        from Nathan Oldfield / Added

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        This is something I made for my friends at The Critical Slide Society. It features the slipperyisms of Sage Joske, Kameron Brown, Brett Calller, Jacob Stuth & Matt Cuddihy. For more Critical Slide goodness please visit: thecriticalslidesociety.com/ & criticalslidesociety.blogspot.com/. The song is called 'Let Go' by The Villainares. For more Villainares shizniz please go to: http://myspace.com/thevillainaresband. Thanks for watching a nathanoldfield.com thing.

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        • Yule Log 2.014 - Log Ensemble


          from Yule Log 2.0 / Added

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          watchyulelog.com One last thank you to all the artists who contributed. Happy Holidays! Music: Hanover Winter Song by The Starlighters 0:06 - Joe Russ, Ben Tillett, Syd Weiler 0:10 - Erin Kilkenny 0:13 - Jay Quercia 0:15 - Jerry Liu 0:16 - Jimmy SImpson 0:19 - Impactist 0:21 - Josh Parker 0:23 - Daniel Savage 0:26 - Animade 0:28 - Ege Soyuer, Nick Petley 0:30 - Chris Lohouse, Salih Abdul-Karim 0:31 - Jay Grandin 0:32 - Script & Seal, Colin Trenter 0:34 - Wesley Ebelhar 0:35 - Ariel Costa 0:37 - Lou Papa 0:39 - Miguel Jiron 0:42 - Jordan Scott 0:44 - Lydia Nichols, Chris Kelly, Stanton Cameron 0:48 - James Wignall 0:53 - TJ Sochor, Brian Gossett 0:55 - Casey Latiolais, Adam Grabowski, Ben Barry, Jessica Svendsen, Vincent Lammers, Joao Coutinho, Aly Tain, Pierce Gibson, Patrick Finn, Matthias Hoegg, Peter Millard, Jorge Canedo-Estrada, Shawn Kim, Nick Forshee, Ian Sigmon, Angie Son, Dark Igloo, Conrad Mcleod, Foster & Flux, Caesar, Pelizer, Stephen Kelleher, Andrew Herzog, Moses Silva, Cindy Suen, Po-Chen Chia, Alicia Reece, Emory Allen, Joseph Chan, Peter Quinn, Timothy J. Reynolds, Leo Romanski, Jarratt Moody, Mimi Cave, Albert Omoss, Mike Landry, Slanted Studios, Bran Dougherty-Johnson, Oliver Sin, Leandro Castelao, James Curran, Julian Glander, Yussef Cole, Andrew Schoneweis, Seth Eckert, Tony Benna, Jen Lu, Tim Nolan, Christina Lu, Ben Hill, Jil Tai, Skip Dolphin Hursh, Seth Hulewatt, Mike Potter, John Bermingham, Daniel Leyva, Bianca Meier, Will Anderson,

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          • Silent Knights


            from Yule Log 2.0 / Added

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            www.watchyulelog.com By Joe Russ, Ben Tillett & Syd Weiler www.jennyleclue.com www.twitter.com/jennyleclue

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            • T.C.S.S. Presents: A Doc-umentary


              from Nathan Oldfield / Added

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              Here's another collaboration brought to you by the salty crew behind The Critical Slide Society. It features team rider and shaping jedi Thomas 'Doc' Bexon's journey through the Duct Tape in Noosa this year. For more TCSS goodness please visit www.thecriticalslidesociety.com Producer: Jimmy Slide Mitchell Edit: Nathan Oldfield www.nathanoldfield.com Camera: Andrew Gough www.andrew-gough.com Graphics: Chris Nixon Animation: Zander Van Oldenborgh www.zandervo.com Music: 'Jazz Pour Dadine' by Nicola Conte

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              • Fireplace


                from Max Izod / Added

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                I shot some HD Fireplace while on vacation in Alberta.

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                • Tokyo: The Peculiar Traveler


                  from Alex Cornell / Added

                  49K Plays / / 32 Comments

                  We visited Tokyo in March and I shot a lot of random footage. I compiled it into a typical travel montage, but then had some fun experimenting with a voiceover, and turned it into this weird little travel programme. I thought it'd be an interesting way to make, what is essentially a personal travel diary, into something more widely accessible. I love Tokyo, and hopefully this video captures that and inspires you to take a trip to this wonderful place! Shot on Canon 5DMKIII (via Borrowlenses) and GoPro Lenses: 50mm 1.2, 24-105mm 4.0, 24mm TS 3.5. Mostly 24fps and 60fps Edited in Premier and After Effects Color Grade is FilmConvert, though minimally applied. For more pictures, check out Nikki's blog: http://hellonikki.net/ http://twitter.com/alexcornell Some of the places you'll see: Tokyo Skytree Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Meiji Shrine Shibuya Nakameguro Park Hyatt Robot Restaurant Shimokitazawa Sushi Ichi Mori Tower Aoyoma Harajuku Cat Street Omotesando and more of course! Let me know if you have any questions in the comments!

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                    from Nicholas Damen / Added

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                    The Sea of Possibility. I fly in on the last flight to the Island Tasmania, that heart shape landmass that if drawn incorrectly in primary school just made your map of Australia look really average. Its cold, 6 degrees cold, for me that is pretty cold, for girls hitting downtown Hobart though, it appeared that it wasn’t too chilly at all. We trek down a beaten dirt farm track, as we break the hill the sea comes into view. It’s a point swell. Job on, the water is cold, feet numbing cold. The locals are welcoming; don’t know how they strip down on the rocks in the cold though. Still undecided if Tasmanians have Internet, refreshingly though, no one knows that Reynolds has a new neck beard out this season. There are no neck beards here, just full beards on Men, Men that withstand the cold, year in year out to surf the Point Swells. No Loggers either with trailing bat tails, but in there place on the Points a surprising number of bodyboarders. The swell lasted a day. A venture through a leech-infested Tasmanian National Park the following day provided no more possibilities for another surf. So my time was up on the apple isle, an early flight out the next morning brought my impromptu surf mission to an end. I came to the conclusion that Tasmania holds a sea of possibility and I will be returning, perhaps in the summer time.

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                    • Stay Tooned


                      from Yule Log 2.0 / Added

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                      www.watchyulelog.com By Chris Lohouse & Salih Abdul-Karim www.chrislohouse.com www.salih.tv

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