1. RESET Leaders Gathering Invite


    from PULSE Movement Added 277 0 0

    You are invited to come together with leaders from across the nation for three days of encouragement, prayer, and worship, to pray and plan for a historic gathering in Washington, D.C.

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    • Spring Walk


      from Polina Leonovich Added 4 1 0

      Short video clip for a home video collection, for childhood memories capturing kid`s walk around Washington,DC on a sunny day. A series of photograph made with Nikon D3100 and edited in Final Cut, Music by Evgeny Grinko "Winter Sunshine".

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      • Teachers for Global Classrooms-Washington D.C


        from Joshua Hanna Added 25 1 0

        The speech at the beginning was given by Evan Ryan, Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State. When the flights were all delayed we had the opportunity to check out some of the nation's history while getting the chance to further connect with the U.S. Republic of Georgia Team. It was a beautiful snowfall, soft and quiet as we walked along the National Mall.

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        • Atomos Shogun Tests: Panasonic GH4 and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera


          from FocusPulling (.com) Added

          Overview with commentary on the Atomos Shogun, emphasizing camera tests and comparisons, rather than a critical review. Mentioned at the beginning, you should start with Atomos' own introductory video, if you haven't already, for an explanation of the Shogun's menus and features in-depth: http://vimeo.com/114644960. Meanwhile, you can download this source file below, and stream it here or at http://youtube.com/watch?v=vtHXVKgeQp4 in full UHD-4K. The product is shipping now from the usual places, e.g., http://bhpho.to/1ikWM5x and http://focuspull.in/ATOMOS. The included battery lasts less than 30 minutes; an upgrade is essential, and this one goes for a couple of hours: http://focuspull.in/f975. These test results show only slight differences, but they are precise. For apples-to-apples comparison without deviation, there's always a compromise between getting devices into perfect docile alignment, and pushing them to their respective limits using shot diversity and severe motion. I chose the first approach here, for formal comparison, but subsequent field work will bear out the other more instinctual types of comparisons (and I'll be looking forward to seeing your samples). As explained in this video's commentary, I was satisfied by the proof here comparing 10-bit 4:2:2 via ProRes HQ (Shogun) against 8-bit 4:2:0 via .MOV (GH4 internal), ironically by way of deduction: the capture looked identical between the Shogun externally versus the BMPCC internally, both recording at 10-bit 4:2:2 via ProRes HQ. The design philosophy at Atomos is right-on: they are leaving sensor design to the big industry vets, while pushing the envelope on this recorder/monitor side where it's usually neglected in camera bodies. I look forward to mating the Shogun as often as possible with the GH4, but as I mention in the commentary, V-Log couldn't come soon enough. For now, as you'll see during each sample, I'm relying upon the FilmConvert plug-in to match footage between different camera color spaces, for common ground. And 10-bit 4:2:2 capture really shows its "colors" when you grade footage heavily, which I do. Less banding, also, during that last shot of the sunset against a gradient sky. I "obey" the 180-degree shutter rule always, because a camera test is useless if it doesn't approximate field use, and good cinematographers are obligated to capture motion blur correctly and consistently (for the sake of their audiences)! Thus all of these shots are locked down to a shutter speed of 1/60, as I'm shooting at 30 frames per second. My GH4's ISO was at the minimum 200 in movie mode, though I cranked up to 600 or so after the sun went down. Rather than fiddling with the shutter speed (boo!), I compensated by opening up my aperture on bright lenses, including the lovely Leica 42.5m f/1.2, and the Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8. Thanks for watching, and as this feed grows into a real resource, please hit the "Follow" button below, to get notified about video uploads from http://FocusPulling.com. For a quick look behind-the-scenes from this shoot, and for full-resolution comparison stills, there's a photo album at https://flic.kr/s/aHsk7ez9cQ.

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          • History of Debt


            from A Generation Empowered Added 3 0 0

            This Fiscal Friday we're consolidating 300 years of national debt in two minutes, to give you a history of our government spending. Hint: our national debt seems to increase whenever we go to war.

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            • Monuments and the Presidency


              from Catherine Carney Added 5 0 0

              Citizens' thoughts on how they feel about the government and the presidency in relation to the presidential monuments in Washington, DC.

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              • Washington D.C. Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


                from Expedia Added 81 2 0

                Washington D.C. is situated on the east coast of the USA, along the banks of the Potomac River. Most visitors begin at the National Mall. Zero Milestone is the proposed reference point for distances on all US maps. To the north is the White House. To the south stands the Washington Monument. The US Capitol Building, atop Capitol Hill, is the nation's seat of federal government. The Mall is also home to many of the nation's Smithsonian buildings, including the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Reflecting Pool is surrounded by tributes to its heroes and founding fathers, including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial. Washington D.C.'s Capital Bikeshare system makes it easy to reach downtown neighborhoods such as DuPont Circle and Foggy Bottom. Georgetown is the oldest district in Washington D.C. Wisconsin Avenue and M Street have boutique stores and galleries. To the north is the National Cathedral, the Smithsonian National Zoo and the International Spy Museum. Just across the Potomac is Arlington National Cemetery. http://www.expedia.com/Washington.d178318.Destination-Travel-Guides

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                • Challenge Accepted | Lindsay Reishman Gone Wild


                  from Compass | Washington DC Added

                  In support of Pathways to Housing DC, we rose to GreenLine Real Estate's challenge and doused Lindsay Reishman with ice cold water - sourced straight from the fountain at DuPont Circle. You can also donate at: http://pathwaystohousing.org/dc/donate/ Now, we're challenging Jennifer Myers of DWELL Residential Brokerage, and Brandon Green! They have 24 hours to step up to the plate :)

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                  • 823 6th St SW | Southwest Waterfront


                    from Compass | Washington DC Added

                    This spacious town home in Southwest Waterfront features four levels, four bedrooms plus den, 3.5 bathrooms, a back patio, and parking in a booming locale, just a few blocks from the water, Metro, and downtown DC. Andy Peers, Realtor 301-370-4499 Andy@ReishmanRealEstate.com http://reishmanrealestate.com/about-us/our-agents/andypeers/

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                    • Folklife Festival


                      from Terry "Tex" Turner Added 28 1 1

                      Kenya and China were the featured countries at the 2014 Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall. This video was shot entirely on an iPhone 5S, July 4, 2014. Music: "Baobab Banana" by Rudy Pusateri (Licensed by Audiosocket, Track #78749)

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