1. Road bike in macro scale

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    Road bike in macro scale Video: Tomasz Piętek camera: Panasonic Lumix GX7 lens: Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 60mm f/2.8 Macro Lens tripod: benro c3770t Pro Fluid Video Mini Head: Manfrotto 701HDv Rhino Slider PRO 4ft Bike parts: frameset: RTS TR6 Crankset Fulcrum Racing Torq RRS SRAM PC 1051 PowerChain™ old front derailleur shimano ultegra SRAM RED Rear Derailleur Sapim Laser Double Butted Spoke Carbon rim and Schwalbe One tubular tyre Planet X Ultra Light CNC Brake Calipers Fizik Aliante Carbon Saddle Arundel Mandible Carbon Bottle Cage Token TK520TBT Carbon Road Bike Hub set Ceramic Bearing Look KéO Blade 2 Cinelli Bubble Bar Tape SRAM RED DoubleTap® Mechanical Shifters Sram Cassette

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    • Recycle

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      Project i did to promote recycling.

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      • INTERVIEW GRADING LOOKS

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        Test color grading with DiVinici Resolve 11. These are interviews shot for an upcoming TIME documentary on the closing of Wylie Dufresne's avant garde Lower East Side restaurant wd~50. Equipment: C100 Zeiss CP2 50mm / 25mm Atomos Blade (ProRes HQ) Chimera Octaplus 3 (1K) Dedolight 150w Really Right Stuff Fluid Head/Sticks

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        • RRS - Real Racing Simulator

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          RRS (Real Racing Simulation) is a sophisticated device truly simulating the real forces experienced by drivers during a car drive. The feelings of real acceleration, braking, weight transfer and leans in bends are achieved by elaborate movements. The device is capable to simulate the G-forces of up to 2 G. Camera/ PostProduction - Mart Kubecka /Twenty2

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          • Gear Review: Roller vs Shoulder Camera Bag for Wedding Photography

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            Featured Gear RRS Gear: Monopod and Tilt Head @ 7:50 = http://goo.gl/MLt4bi Camera L-plate = http://goo.gl/4du7fO Hand Strap = http://goo.gl/trDrjv ThinkTank Gear: Urban Disguise 60 = http://goo.gl/uoHwwX Airport Security roller = http://goo.gl/LzrqEL Spider Holster Gear: Spider Pro Belt = http://goo.gl/jp3JSb Arca Swiss Adapter = http://goo.gl/xZPLRb Gary Fong Light Sphere = http://goo.gl/7Id6p6 Flash Battery Pack = http://goo.gl/FG8xJS Really Right Stuff's Pro Staff Photographer Erik Johnson shares his complete kit for wedding photography, featuring part one of "what's in my camera bag" as well as his favorite features of the gear he uses.

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            • Gear Review: F-Stop Gear Camera Bag for Landscape Photography

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              Featured Gear RRS: Tripod = http://goo.gl/9MJCtJ Gimbal Head = http://goo.gl/FbySgC Leveling Base = http://goo.gl/s4642O Dovetail Adapter = http://goo.gl/T2hAFH Camera L-plate = http://goo.gl/4du7fO Tripod Bag = http://goo.gl/b4gXXb F-Stop Gear: Guru Backpack = http://goo.gl/ydqyox Small Shallows ICU = http://goo.gl/wE2O9t Small Pro ICU = http://goo.gl/TZjcFK Gatekeeper Straps = http://goo.gl/F889pN Filter Holder pouch = http://goo.gl/HpImHe Small Microfiber Towel = http://goo.gl/33UIX0 Remote Shutter Release = http://goo.gl/7wcg20 Really Right Stuff's Pro Staff Photographer Erik Johnson shares his complete kit for landscape photography, featuring part two of "what's in my camera bag" as well as his favorite features of the gear he uses. Here is a list of the lenses, filters, and other camera gear. Camera: Canon 5D Mark III - I use this body because of the full-frame sensor, the remarkably accurate 61 point auto-focus system, it's great low-light ISO performance, and for it's video capabilities as I also shoot videos for either weddings or here at work on occasion. Lenses: Canon 16-35mm/f2.8L II - This is my primary landscape lens. I love the extremely wide angle perspective for landscapes, and having the hyperfocus from 3'-infinity is an absolute must have in my opinion. The 17-40/f4 is also a great lens in this category, but I upgraded to the 16-35 for the 2.8 aperture for photographing star trails. Canon 24-70mm/f2.8L I - This is a great general purpose focal length lens, and is my primary wedding photography lens, but doesn't see quite as much use in my landscape photography. That said, I still bring it with me for it's Macro focus range and as a backup in case something happens to my 16-35. Canon 70-200mmf/2.8L II - This is my favorite lens I own, though somewhat restricting for landscape photography. I often use this lens when I am shooting Panoramas, especially multi-row panos. It allows you to get an absurd amount of detail in your photo once you stitch together more than 5 or so photos. It shares a 77mm filter ring size with the 24-70, and can accept my lee system perfectly. Filters: Lee 105mm Circular Polarizer - This is an absolute must-have if you want to shoot extremely wide angle and use ND filters in combination with a CPL filter. I still get vignetting in the corners until about 20mm, but this is the widest angle CPL solution I have found for my 16-35 and a 3 filter stack using the Lee 100mm system. Lee 10-stop ND filter - This was the first ND filter that I ever bought, and though it has seen a decent amount of use it is still working perfectly. That said, I found it to be a little TOO limiting for sunsets and sunrises, as I was getting 300 and 400+ second exposure times during sunsets (in combination with my CPL and a soft grad 3-stop ND), and at that big of a time commitment, you really only get one shot at getting the right exposure, and I seemed to miss it more often than not. I think that really makes it best suited for mid-day sun. Lee 6-stop ND filter - This is the newest addition to my kit and replaced a 5-stop ND filter I had from a different brand that gave me a horrible green color cast that was extremely hard to remove in post. The Lee filters do give a slight blue color cast, but that is infinitely easier to fix in post. 6-stops (in combination with my other filters) is absolutely perfect for sunsets and sunrises while still keeping your shutter times to a very reasonable 2-3 minute range. Lee 3-stop Soft Grad ND Filter - This is my most used graduated filter. I like to try and get as much dynamic range in my landscapes as I can in the RAW capture, and this does a great job at dimming a bright sky while leaving your foreground at your native exposure. Lee 2-stop Soft Grad ND Filter - I almost never use this filter unless I'm using it in addition to my 3-stop, either in the same orientation, or sometimes I'll use it in the opposite direction (upside down) so that I can position the brightest areas to land on my main subject matter. Lee 1-stop Soft Grad ND Filter - This came in a kit with all three of the LEE Soft Grad ND Filters, and I honestly think I've used this less than half a dozen times as it often isn't enough of a difference to justify the filter slot it takes up on my lee foundation kit. Filter Holder: Lee Filters Foundation Kit - This has been a great filter system holder, and I haven't ever had it fail me in the field. The main issue I have with it is that it's almost impossible to change the number of filter slots out in the field, as that would require your bringing a second set of different length screws, a screwdriver, and the filter holder inserts, plus you'd need room to take it all apart without loosing anything. That said, I still think it's the best filter system I've ever used. Remote shutter release: I use Canon's TC-80N3 timer/intervalometer shutter release for long exposures past 30 seconds.

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              • Really Right Stuff BH-55 Unboxing

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                Items included with the order of every BH-55 ballhead are a padded Cordura draw-string pouch, a 5/32" hex key and flathead 1/4"-20 mounting screw to remove or install a quick-release clamp, as well as a users manual with product specifications and use tips. The BH-55 ballhead is our full-sized general purpose tripod head that features a robust 50 lb load rating capable of handling any DSLR equipment on the market. All of our ballheads are CNC machined from 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminum, made right here in San Luis Obispo, California. The BH-55 is made from anodized aluminum and stainless steel parts to provide excellent wear resistance as well as provide reliable performance in the toughest environments. The model shown in this video also features our patented Lever-Release clamp, which is self-adjusting and compatible with a wide range of Arca-style quick-release plates from numerous manufacturers.

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                • Resources Rising Stars Mining Forum

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                  Opener for Resources Rising Stars Mining Forum in Perth, Western Australia. Director, Producer, Camera: Russell Brown, MINTOX Media: http://www.mintoxmedia.com.au/ Design, compositing, animation: Gary Bird.

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                  • Really Right Stuff Product Overview FH-350

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                    Highlights and key features of Really Right Stuff's new FH-350 pro-grade fluid head. The FH-350 features a true sinusoidal counter balance system to perfectly balance up to 10lbs of camera equipment at any angle on the tilt axis. It also features eight stainless steel ball bearing assemblies for smooth panning and tilting. It also features a completely new clutch-based control handle adjustment that is infinitely positional within the full range of motion. The FH-350 also features a type III anodizing to provide a durable wear resistant surface. Because type III anodizing adds to the overall thickness, a unique masking process was used to tightly control the tolerances of key bearing surfaces to within .0002 of an inch.

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