1. Genus Hot Plate


    from Genustech Added 576 2 0

    15mm rod support for Sony F3 and Panasonic AF100

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    • Carrie & Sarah {Wedding Trailer}


      from birdhouse Added 2,463 5 0

      This couple? LOVE them. Our first same sex wedding and we couldn't be more honored (and stoked) to have been there to capture it all. Nothing is more fitting for this big party celebrating the civil union of two sweet girls than "The Sweetest Thing" by Camera Obscura.

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      • Kmotion Demo


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        Kmotion Media (pronounced: commotion) is a multimedia design studio and full service production company that partners with advertising agencies and companies of all sizes to create engaging advertising, marketing and corporate communication experiences. By strategically fusing video production, animation, motion graphics, cutting-edge technology and interactive experiences, Kmotion helps clients connect with target audiences and inspires them to take action. Examples include: web sites and internet applications, email, games, broadcast, viral video, touch screen kiosks and digital signage, desktop applications, DVDs and a host of other digital and traditional channels.

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        • 3.9.11


          from Patik Beregovsky Added 131 1 0

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          • Melissa & Goran Wedding Cinema Trailer - London/Kitchener Videography


            from AV Artisan Added 1,563 8 27

            Mel & Goran had a more modern, edgy, urban and fun approach to their film. Still, their Italian and Serbian traditions provided the basis for their stunning wedding, spread out between London and Kitchener. And dancing seemed to be the theme of the day! Presenting the preview for "The Wedding PARTY!" wedding film. Highlights now up! http://vimeo.com/34103703 AV Artisan Wedding Films www.avartisanproductions.com Like/follow on Facebook & Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/AVArtisanProductionsCinematicWeddingFilms http://twitter.com/#!/AVArtisan Thanks so much to Eric and Kathryn for helping with the shoot. Also huge kudos to Zaheer of Zmolu Photography. Top notch work! Music licensed through Triple Scoop Music. Shot on the Panasonic AF100

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            • Panasonic AF100: Adidas


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              Panasonic AF100 with Lumix G 14-140mm Lens, Shot by PJ's Dave

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              • BTS from Big Ole' Lens Test Party


                from Rick Macomber Added 3,267 65 42

                So... what do you do when you are invited to hang at a lens test party with a bunch of cinematographers slinging cool gear and a promise of free food? A sort of lingerie party for guys? You shoot a BTS short film of course! And that's exactly what I did as DPs Ben Eckstein, Chris Loughran and the gang scrutinized a plethora of lenses ranging in price from $350 to $20,000 on a Panasonic AG-AF100. But not before consuming some big beefy burgers and washing them down with ice cold beer. Loughran slapped a Ki Pro Mini compact field recorder set to ProRes 422 on the AF100 rig while the rest of us assisted Eckstein lighting the set - his kitchen. Well actually they helped while I documented with my Canon 60D and Tamron f2.8 17-50mm lens. I told the boys to go easy on the Tamron putdowns, but you can scrutinize this BTS film here for yourselves. It's not a bad piece of glass for run and gun work... and I picked it up on CL for $350. The set was lit flat with no dramatic effect and had minimal shadows. And although the test did not include any low light conditions or blown out white levels, each lens saw the exact same short scene with no changes made in the room. Keith Wasserman was hilarious as 1st banana repeatedly ad-libbing his way through each take and lens swap with 2nd banana Brandon Vincent acting as droll straight man. Michael Murie and Matt Stapleton also shot some footage of the event while Ben Pender-Cudlip was drafted for iPad FilmSlate duty. Even Eckstein's dog Schnitzel made a cameo appearance in my BTS short. The results? Besides the belching and a few random SBDs... here you go: http://benjamineckstein.com/2011/09/the-big-ole-lens-test-party/ The Lenses: Cooke S4 35mm Zeiss CP2 35mm Zeiss Superspeed 35mm Nikon 17-35mm Olympus 14-35mm Canon 17-55mm Tamron 17-50mm Sigma 30mm Most of the lenses were provided by Rule Boston Camera. Music by Kevin MacLeod "Scheming Weasel" www.incompetech.com More BTS fun from Michael Murie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=kYpk94BIIGg#!

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                • Mika Tajima Versus the Cubicle | "New York Close Up" | Art21


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                  How does design shape society? In this film, artist Mika Tajima traces the legacy of the influential Action Office furniture line—developed by Herman Miller—and how it serves as the inspiration for her own work. Introduced in 1964 and still in production today, the Action Office is a modular and customizable system of semi-enclosed cubicles. Intended to spur efficiency and productivity in the workplace, Tajima views the widespread adoption of the cubicle in the 1970s and 80s as profoundly dehumanizing, with each worker isolated in a sea of confined spaces. For her work, Tajima acquires and modifies an original set of Action Office wall panels, configuring them into non-functional, sculptural arrangements. Tajima connects the unintended consequences of Herman Miller's modernist aesthetic, with its insistence on shaping human behavior, to contemporary problems in the Twenty-first Century. Watch the related film "Mika Tajima Wants to Hire Contortionists." http://www.vimeo.com/25235454 Mika Tajima (b. 1975, Los Angeles, California, USA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. CREDITS | “New York Close Up” Created & Produced by: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Editor: Joaquin Perez & Mary Ann Toman. Cinematography: Jarred Alterman & Andrew David Watson. Key Grip: John Marton. Sound: Nicholas Lindner & Nick Ravich. Associate Producer: Ian Forster. Production Assistant: Paulina V. Ahlstrom, Don Edler & Maren Miller. Design & Graphics: Crux Studio & Open. Artwork: Mika Tajima. Archival Material: Herman Miller. Thanks: Linda Baron, Ron Reeves, & Tim Saltarelli. An Art21 Workshop Production. © Art21, Inc. 2011. All rights reserved. “New York Close Up” is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Additional support provided by The 1896 Studios & Stages. For more info: http://www.art21.org/newyorkcloseup

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                  • Cami's Cake Co Cupcake Wars Casting Video


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                    Cami and Dustin Sanromani's audition tape for Cupcake Wars on the food network. Produced by Apex Pictures, shot on Panasonic Micro 4/3s camera systems. www.apex-pictures.com

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                    • GBMP Website Clip


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