1. Tiffany & Chris {Fairytale Wedding Trailer}

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    As Tiffany Thornton (Disney actress) dreams "Someday My Prince will Come", so he did. November 12, 2011 brought together two beautiful people alongside families and friends for a star studded wedding in the Anthony Chapel at Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The gorgeous bride, Tiffany Thornton (Disney's show "So Random" & "Sonny with a Chance") and her charming groom, Chris Carney (musician & court officer) & friends traveled from the west coast to the woodland gardens of the south to enjoy serene surroundings, family and good company for a real life fairy tale wedding. Demi Lovato ("Camp Rock", "Sonny with a Chance") caught the bouquet while Wilmer Valderrama ("That 70's Show") snagged the garter, adding to the excitement of the event. Also attending were other cast members from "So Random" as well as the Mayor of Hot Springs (the groom's mother). Special thanks to the fabulous wedding professionals & friends who created the magical scene & made their dreams come true. Cinematography & Editing: Bryan & Selena Jefferies {Fresh Focus Films www.freshfocusfilms.com} Photography: Fresh Focus Films & Timothy Paschal {www.timothypaschal.com} Wedding Planner: Shay Freeman Ceremony: Garvan Gardens {www.garvangardens.com} Garvan Gardens Coordinator: Suzie Burch Reception: Museum of Contemporary Art {MOCA Lori Arnold-Manager} Floral: Tanarah Haney {www.designsbytanarah.com} Catering: Penny & Chef Joe Gargano {www.belleartigroup.net} Photo Booth & Special Lighting: Dancenhance Entertainment (http://www.dancenhance.com) Cakes: Debbie Tally {Mueller's Bakery} Entertainment: DJ Kramer from KLAZ Dresses: BCBG MaxAzria Custom bracelets: BesoBeso

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    • AETHERA CARPERE - Choose your path

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      AETHERA CARPERE is latin and stands for: - walking - choose your path - flying In this short film we like to share some moments of our life. Follow us through our journeys with good friends, great landscapes and a lots of impressions from our 10 days trip through Switzerland. Skywalk Paragliders http://www.skywalk.info https://www.facebook.com/skywalk.paragliders Camera, cut & edit by: WOOProductions www.woop.biz www.facebook.com/WOOProductions Music: Data Romance - Night Section

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      • Light Camera Slider - Build

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        from Martin Roberts / Added

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        My next project was to build a camera slider. I wanted to make the design as simple as possible as I felt other designs were too complicated with 8 or more wheels. I wanted to use ball bearing wheels to provide a smooth sliding action. I have come up with a design which uses only 4 bearing wheels, while the carriage remains captivate in the rail. This means the slider can be used at any angle, even upside down. The trick to this design is using roller wheels which are designed for sliding doors. See this link http://www.cowdroy.com.au/spares4.html or google "sliding door roller" to find them. If you are going to build the slider then don’t use L channel as I have used. My supplier did not have any U channel of the correct size so I went for L channel instead. Using U channel will make the slider much simpler to build and stronger. Simply get two U channels and rivet together with flat strips. No need for my complicated L brackets. See description on the flicker photos for a full parts list, tools list and build guide. I have made a few improvements to the slider since filming; see photos on the attached link. These include: Added adjustable drag breaks to the carriage. This reduces any slack in the bearings and provides smoother sliding when controlling the slider by hand. I have also build a controller for the slider to use for Time Lapse. See http://www.vimeo.com/17973866 WARNING: All of the cutting and some of the drilling footage have been sped up to make the video shorter. Don’t try to cut or drill this fast or you are likely to destroy your tools or yourself. THE FILM As for the making of this film. It took much longer to make the film that the actual slider, with setting up all the shots between building a component. I have used my Light Camera Crane for a few of the construction shots see http://www.vimeo.com/17780636. Shot on Canon 550d and Sony NEX-5, most shots using 50mm 1:1.8 prime lens. I used a set of Tiffen Close-up Glass Lens Set for the close up shots. Canon 10-22mm for wide angle. I used my Mountain Bike Ay-Up LED headlights for lighting. Music: Welcome to Lunar Industries by Clint Mansell. Edited in FCP and no colour correction. See photos at flickr.com/photos/53188536@N06/

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        • Moscow - City For Animation

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          My new stop-motion animation YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SA7nU3jzMA Constantine Konovalov Irina Neustroeva Igor Marushin Camera: Sony a230 & Sony Nex-5 Final Cut Pro http://www.facebook.com/constantine.konovalov http://constantine.org.ru

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          • Light Slider Controller - Build

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            from Martin Roberts / Added

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            This is the time lapse controller for the Light Camera Slider http://www.vimeo.com/17725662. You select the number of shots to be taken (1-999), the time to move (3-999 minutes), Interval between shots (1-999 seconds), Exposure time (1-999 seconds) and press go. The controller will drive the slider the required amount, stop, fire the camera, wait for the exposure time and then drive the slider for the next shot. You can see it in use in this video https://vimeo.com/54571725, The stepper motor drive provides very precise movement of the slider. The stepper motor requires 1600 steps per revolution and I am using a ¼ in BSW drive thread (20 threads per inch). One step gives (25.4 / 20) / 1600 = 0.0008 mm movement of the slider. If I took 1000 shots at the slowest stepping speed the slider would move a total of 0.8 mm. The fastest the stepper motor can drive the slider is 4 mm per second or about 3 minutes for the full 650 mm travel. I have load tested the motor which can lift up to 5kg vertical on the slider before it stalls. These are the major components. • 4N25 Opto Coupler IC, this electrically isolates the controller from the camera.http://www.jaycar.com.au/products_uploaded/ZD1926_4N25SR2-M__ZD1934_4N35SR2-M.pdf • Arduino Demilanove 328, this is the brain of the controller. Think this controller has been replaced by the Arduino Uno. • DFRobot Arudino Keyboard Shield, provides LCD and keyboard input. • ProtoShield for Arduino, board to attach Opto Coupler and EasyDriver. • EasyDriver Steper Motor Driver, this drives the stepper motor. See http://schmalzhaus.com/EasyDriver/ • Stepper Motor, provides the drive. • Powered by 12V 6Ah battery Motor://www.jaycar.com.au/productView.asp?ID=SB2485&form=CAT2&SUBCATID=997#12 I purchased these components from the Australian web site: http://www.littlebirdelectronics.com. You can also find these components at the US site: www.sparkfun.com. For full details on the micro controllers see: http://www.arduino.cc You can also find code for motion control at: http://www.openmoco.org. I looked at this code, but ended up writing my own. See the code at https://gist.github.com/752692. All the controller electronics is easy to use as this is the first time I have ever built one. I am no electronics expert as you can tell from my terrible soldering job. I have made a few improvements to the slider since filming; see photos on the attached link. These include: • Finished the controller enclosure to protect the electronics. • Replaced the purchased stepper drive coupling with one I made. Mine one is much more precise and stronger. • Replaced the carriage drive nut with a bigger bronze bush for smother action. • Added adjustable drag breaks to the carriage. This reduces any slack in the bearings and provides smoother sliding when controlling the slider by hand. WARNING: All of the cutting and some of the drilling footage have been sped up to make the video shorter. Don’t try to cut or drill this fast or you are likely to destroy your tools or yourself. FILM The weather in Sydney has been terrible the last few weeks, so I have unable to get any good quality night time lapse shots. The controller should do the job, if only the weather would co-operate. Mostly shot on my Canon 550d, with some extra shots using a Sony NEX-5. Most shots using 50mm 1:1.8 prime lens. I used a set of Tiffen Close-up Glass Lens Set for the close up shots. Canon 10-22mm for wide angle. I used my Mountain Bike Ay-Up LED headlights for lighting. Music: Welcome to Lunar Industries by Clint Mansell. Edited in FCP and no colour correction. I have used my Light Camera Crane for a few of the construction shots see http://www.vimeo.com/17780636 and also used the slider for a few of the close up shots http://www.vimeo.com/17725662 See photos at flickr.com/photos/53188536@N06/ This includes photos of the improvements after this film was completed.

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            • Studio Update | Cover Song Sessions

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              Here's a short video of us recording our cover song collection. Enjoy. Filmed on a Sony Nex 5 by Ethan

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              • Sony Nex 5N Camera Test. Wide Open Camera.

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                Here is a quick camera test of the new Sony Nex 5N camera for our upcoming documentary "The Board Of Education Doc". This is by no means a scientific camera test. We were testing specific attributes of the new camera. We are going to use it as a Director's camera along with the Sony FS100. It may also be employed as a possible B-Camera. The entire Sony interface was new to us. Needles to say. We had a few hurdles along the way. Hit us up at www.wideopencamera.com for a full review and specs. Thanks for checking this out. music: "It's Just Begun" By: Jimmy Castor www.jimmycastor.com

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                • Sony NEX 5 test film

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                  from benedict campbell / Added

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                  This was a little test i did with my new little snappy on holiday. Edited on holiday with FCS on my lap top and sonud track done on a iphone.

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                  • Sony Nex5 on a Hexakopter with Droidworx AD-6HL gear.

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                    Quick test flight inside Quadrocopter while the snow was falling outside. This platform is a Droidworx AD-6HL and Photohigher ProMini mount. Used 1080i setting on the Nex5 with a 2.8/16 fixed lens. Kopter Details: http://www.quadrocopter.us

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                    • Sony A6000 Test "Sharpened"

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                      from J SPRUILL / Added

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                      These are a few test shots from a friends photo shoot so excuse the camera shake. I really like the A6000 overall,the video images it produce are very organic and vibrant .The one thing I need to do "ASAP" is turn off C-AF and focus on subjects manually,in this specific test I would let C-AF lock on and then switch to MF via my custom button set up. The C-AF did well but noticed a lot of out of focus shots after reviewing,I mainly wanted to see could it be a quick solution for run & gun situations,lets say I will stick to manual focusing. UPDATE: After adjusting focus settings the auto-focus is very fast and accurate when locking on a subject. I set AF drive speed to "Normal" and AF Track Duration to "High". White balance may not be consistent the duration of a shot do to incorrect AWB. I also added slight sharpening in post. frame rate-24P creative style-portrait -3,-3,-3, shutter-50 iso-640 post-sharpening filter-neewer variable nd glass-sony 35mm 1.8 OSS editor-Vegas Pro 12

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