1. MACHINE

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    http://www.machineshed.blogspot.com.au/ Director - Mat Harrington - http://matharrington.blogspot.com/ Editor - Ceinwen Berry DOP - David Rusanow & Paul Mason Music - Surya Bajracharya & Karuna Bajracharya Post - Definition Films - David Gross VFX - Bryn Farrelly Colourist - Trish Cahill Sound - by Huzzah - Andrew Plain - http://www.huzzahsound.com/flash_site/flash_site.html Additional Music - Cameron Bruce Graphics - WeBuyYourKids - http://wbyk.com.au/blog/ Special Thanks: Sophie Lee, Cameron Wintour, Damien Drew, Cath Muscat & Patches.

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    • James Hoff — Blaster (PAN 55)

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      'Blaster' is taken from the James Hoff album 'Blaster' out now on PAN. Video by Nic Hamilton, © 2014 PAN www.p-a-n.org www.nichamilton.info Buy 'Blaster': LP/DL: http://p-a-n.org/product/james-hoff-blaster-pan-55/ • Website: http://p-a-n.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/panact Twitter: http://twitter.com/bill_kouligas Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/pan_recs YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLOLPij2xoPEn8jWIsYDNkg

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      • BREAKING BAD - Motivated Camera Movement

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        FULL ARTICLE: http://vashivisuals.com/breaking-bad-motivated-camera-movement/ In the final episode of BREAKING BAD...there are two shots in a pivotal scene that are perfect examples of how to use camera movement to amplify the narrative and surprise the audience. With one simple pan and one simple dolly...there is a set-up and shortly after, a dramatic pay-off. The scene at first appears to be just conveying information to the viewer. Then, with one pan and one dolly move...the scene is flipped on its head and is seen in a whole new light. This could only happen through writing, direction, set design and camera movement working in unison. A Steadicam or crane shot through a window could never have achieved the emotional impact of a simple pan and dolly.

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        • Kessler Parallax Teaser

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          *updated 12/9/13* pre-orders begin http://www.kesslercrane.com/product-p/parallax.htm *updated 9/13/13* Visit http://www.kessleru.com/2013/09/update-kessler-parallax/ for more info. The Kessler Parallax® system provides automatic panning and fixed-point shooting capabilities to the Kessler line of sliders. Previously only capable with motorized panning devices, Kessler Parallax accomplishes inward and outward panning shots, providing users a second axis to their linear movements. The Kessler Parallax’s non-intrusive design allows users to choose between automatic panning or standard linear sliding without removing the Parallax bar. Kessler Parallax™ does not require specific measurement calibration and does not have a fixed subject distance requirement to accomplish 2 axis panning and fixed-point linear sliding shots. Capable of manual or motorized control. Will be available for traveler and standard length Pocket Dolly v2.0 BASIC, Pocket Dolly v2.0, Stealth & Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly as well as the traveler, 3' & 5' CineSlider. Projected Availability: Late 2013 *Initial release will be for the 3' CineSlider version with other slider mounting options and sizes to follow. www.kesslercrane.com

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          • Timelapse Part 10 - Illuminate the Heavens

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            This timelapse video was shot using the Dynamic Perception motion control rig. Pan and Tilt moves were done using a telescope head being controlled by the MX2 controller. Lenses that were used in the video are: Canon 14mm 2.8L mk ll, Canon 24mm 1.4L mk ll, Sigma 15mm 2.8, Zeiss 28mm 2 ZF, Zeiss 35mm 2 ZF, Zeiss 50mm 1.4 ZF. The camera used for all the timelapse shots was the Canon 5D Mark 2. The slow motion shot was done using the Epic X shooting at 240fps in 2K using the RED Zoom 18-50mm 2.8. The track is something I found on the web and has been used in trailers. Its a souped up version of Clint Mansell's track from "Requiem for a Dream".

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            • DIY Motorized Pan/Tilt/Dolly HDSLR Video Mount (Camera Slider)

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              Update September 2013: What started as a hobby has turned into something pretty serious. We are readying the launch of an open-source cinematic motion-control rig. If you wanna stay up on the futue of cinematography "like" us at http://www.facebook.com/openmoco Click here to see my latest modification: Jib arm http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6079/6091226379_019d2b5207_b.jpg http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6186/6091773198_b831eee47d_b.jpg Trolley: -2 Sets of Roller Blades (16 wheels/32 ball bearings) from Goodwill www.flickr.com/photos/bradjustinen/5882721666/in/photostream -Aluminum angle -All-thread -Nuts/Washers -Thread Locker Motorized Pan Tilt: -Meade motorized telescope arm -90 degree angle bracket for connecting the camera to the telescope arm -1/4 20 bolt/screw or regular tripod head http://www.amazon.com/Meade-Coronado-Telescope-Mount-Milapse/dp/B0056ZYD3O Track: Something long, straight, and rigid. Obviously aluminum is the best choice, both for it's rigidity and portability. Because the trolley is built with all-thread the width can be adjusted to fit almost any track - so you can use aluminum extension ladder or a 2x6 from Home Depot. I am currently using to two rails from an aluminum server rack. I cut some strips of perforated steel plate to attach the two rails with exact spacing. http://www.fullcompass.com/product/343632.html?gclid=CPWQ55vqrKoCFQFubAod7hPuXQ Motorized Trolley Movement: -Traxxas Transmitter/Receiver -Parallax (Fubatu) Continuous Rotation Server -Parallax SumoBot Wheel & Tire -6v AA Battery Holder (Holds Four AA's) I usually move the dolly by hand but for time lapse or slow movement I use a Parallax continuous rotation servo with a wheel that is attached to the trolley. The servo is control via a Traxxas radio and receiver. The Traxxas radio also has speed/direction potentiometers on it - so you dont have to hold the radio during movement if you dont want to. http://traxxas.com/products/parts/transmitters/2228tq24ghz2ch http://www.parallax.com/Store/Accessories/MotorServos/tabid/163/CategoryID/57/List/0/SortField/0/Level/a/ProductID/102/Default.aspx http://www.parallax.com/Store/Robots/AllRobots/tabid/755/CategoryID/57/List/0/SortField/0/Level/a/ProductID/412/Default.aspx http://www.ledlight.com/battery_holder_aa_1x4_with_wires.aspx This project contains some remixed elements from the these projects: DIY video & timelaps electrical dolly http://vimeo.com/9179128 DIY Inexpensive Camera Slider http://www.vimeo.com/15891760 music credits, in order: Ror-Shak - Interlude #1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pj59p73URFw Pretty Lights - Forever Lost http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_XZNN1rsOM BT - Flaming June (Chicane Remix)' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjtYVFXM270 Bear Hands - Crime Pays http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97W_mgA8Ytg&ob=av3e

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              • Jay Boy's No Budget Tutorials 02: Smooth Panning

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                Got this one from Eugenia vimeo.com/eugenia here at Vimeo. Sorry for the crapy sound! 1) I use two thin, stretched out rubber bands (about 2 inches when relaxed) work the best, a gossamer connection between you and the tripod 2) In general cranking the pan resistance up yields the best results. 3) The smoothest pans happen when the tension is enough that the ruuber band is stretched to 75% of it's max (about 8-10 inches) when panning. 4) The rubber band also allows the head to slowly come to stop as the band contracts after you've stopped panning. 5) You can bundle several around the pan arm on your tripod and never be without. More no budget tutorials here: http://www.vimeo.com/album/11663 Happy Panning, Jay Boy

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                • Time

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                  A showcase of recent time lapse work from a variety of locations.

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                  • The American Dollar, "Anything You Synthesize"

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                    After hearing work from 'The American Dollar' we really felt the urge to create a music video for one of their new songs. Inspired by the music we had the idea of making a decaying world. One single cameramovement from left to right, showing a landscape, looping 9 times. Day becomes night and even the seasons go by. After we finished the production, we decided to reverse the whole video. This gives you a seamingly happy end, but you know what's going to happen. There are no lyrics and we did not pay attention to the title of the song, we just felt this was the right thing to do. CREDITS: Audio: The American Dollar Director: Kasper Verweij Design & Animation: Menno Fokma, Harm van Zon, Reinier Fleas, Heerko Groefsema, Kasper Verweij Rogier Hendriks Post: Rogier Hendriks Production: Onesize

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                    • PETER PAN

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                      For more details Contact: nikloz@hotmail.com This short film presents the first striking stages of Regis Loisel’ s work ‘Peter Pan’ where he puts forward his dark vision of the world in the way of a fairy tale for adults. The film displays Peter as a child, years before Sir James Matthew Barrie’s one. We all know that Peter Pan is an eternal child who hates adults and whose sworn enemy is captain Crochet. But how did he come to this ? London in 1887 hunger coldness and poverty provide the setting. Brought up by a tyrannical and alcoholic mother Peter finds his salute only in the dreams and tales which free his imagination. One night, after a violent quarrel with his mother he takes refuge on the docks. There a small and attractive fairy who needs help will take him to the imaginary country. Thus begins the fabulous story of Peter a child from the poor area of White-Chapel who will later become Peter Pan. He will have to face the awful captain Hook in an everlasting fight for the treasure and survival of the island.

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