1. Field-Trip at the Commons


    from Steve Dixon Added 17 0 0

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    • Philadelphia - Colors Of Old City


      from Tomas Likar Added 12.2K 124 17

      Walk through sights and streets of the Old City quarter in Philadelphia. Shot with Sony NEX 5N (w/ stock 18-55mm lens), edited using Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. Follow me on Vimeo: vimeo.com/tomaslikar Follow my Vimeo channel - Inspired by Prague: vimeo.com/channels/prague

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      • Time Lapse: Philadelphia


        from Angelo Leotta Added 27.2K 47 29

        Shot with a Canon T2i. All in Philadelphia. Copyright Angelo Leotta 2013. Hope you enjoy!

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        • Opera Flashmob at Reading Terminal Market


          from Anil Bridgpal Added 389 0 1

          Opera Company of Philadelphia Flash Mob at Reading Terminal. January 8, 2011

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          • GH1 and Canon J8x6B 6-48mm 1:1.7 B4 lens - University City and Center City, Philadelphia


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            This is another test of the B4 to Canon FD adapter which I was able to purchase from bumkicho at DVXUser. The B4 mount attaches to a Canon FD to m4/3 adapter and with it you can now use B4 lenses on m4/3 cameras. This is all raw transcoded footage shot in University City and Center City Philadelphia. The main goal was to do a general test to check edge to edge sharpness, vignetting on the wides, and contrast for both tight and wide shots. You will notice that on the opening footage of Calvary Church you can still pick out the sharpness of the right street sign (maybe not in the H.264 file but in the Prores transcoded file it is clear.) The 48th street sign is a little less sharp on the wide shot. Overall, pretty impressed with the overall edge to edge sharpness for using the 2x doubler on this lens. Also, on all the wides you'll see the matte box on the right edge of the frame when removed the picture is clear from edge to edge. It was a little unusual that I did not see it on the left side and only the right side. One not so great thing is that the lens flares are right dead center and you'll see that in the opening shot. In the Center City footage the Reading Terminal sign is nice and sharp and even the outside shots under the over hang where I was wide open was fairly sharp on the neon signs wide open. When you are at the farthest end of the zoom there's softness there and the image does darken but not as much as I'd expect it to be. The shot with the little boy near the trolley and public art space was wide open. There is very little contrast and you sort of enter into a slightly "dreamy" look at times wide open. Again, No ND filters so your seeing footage straight from the lens. This is probably the best widest lens I've put on the GH1 with the Canon 2x doubler engaged it makes your lens a 12mm so you get the 35mm equivalent of a 24mm lens. No tripod. So the tight shots do wiggle slightly. GH1 and B4 lens was mounted on the indiSYSTEM indiRAILSpro MP. For more info. please visit www.componentgeek.com

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            • The Sights, Sounds, + Smells of Reading Terminal Market


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              "Portrait of a Place" project for UArts class.

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              • Trains at Reading Terminal Market


                from Colleen Cottone Added 25 0 0

                This will be incredibly boring to anyone but my mother and John so unless you're one of those people, don't bother! Unless you're interested in seeing the trains.

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                • We the People LOVE Philadelphia


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