1. Temporary Story


    from Vadim Sahakian / Added

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    The idea was to road trip from Alaska to Los Angeles, explore Southern and Central Africa, and tour South America on dirt bikes. Reaching a tipping point, my friend and I decided it was time. We booked a one-way ticket to Alaska, bought a used truck, and hit the road. This documents our journey for 6 months, over 3 continents, in 13 countries. Our travels stretched across the United States, Canada, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, South Africa, Bolivia, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia. Editing & Narration by: Vadim Sahakian Featuring: Vadim Sahakian and Artia Moghbel Filmed with: Canon 60D/T2i and GoPro Read more: http://artia.tumblr.com Music “Distant Shots” by The Flashbulb “The Intro” by Unforscene “Natureland” by Amon Tobin “Peacock Tail” by Boards of Canada “Satta” by Boozoo Bajou “Song 2” by Dj Krush “Noctuary” by Bonobo “Coffee Talk” by Dj Krush “Cross the Ocean” by Helios “Ghost Ship In A Storm” by Jim O'Rourke “Whistling in Tongues” by Felix Laband "Skating" by Vince Guaraldi Trio Special thanks to Red Bull, The North Face, KEEN, Zacuto and LensProToGo.com for their product donations.

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    • Deadvlei's Winter Dream


      from Ivan Vania / Added

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      Pictures: Ivan Vania (Italy) www.facebook.com/ivan.vania1 A creative collaboration born on VIMEO Filmed in Namibia & South Africa editing,sound design, music made in Italy & Colombia. Sound Design, Music and Soundscapes by Amniótica (Colombia) Alejandro Jaramillo & Robert Perez Executive Producer: Manuela Restrepo Year: 2011 www.amniotica.tv contacto@amniotica.tv Shot on Canon 5D Mark II, zeiss lenses edited with FCP graded in Color by IvanVania & Roberto Brudaglio www.robertobrudaglio.com Thanks to Alessandro Briscoli for the support in Namibia. www.gardareisen.it

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      • Alternative Rugby Commentary: 2012 Tour


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        Visit www.arcrugby.co.nz. Animated by Fraser Davidson, Voiced by Jedi Thian, Music by DC Turner and Audio by Morgan Samuel

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        • the surprise in South Africa


          from Casey Neistat / Added

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          she had no idea first song is; 'see you all' by Koudlam other song is; 'what are you doing new year's eve?' by Nancy Wilson, performed by Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

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          • Beauty in Nature (5D MK3 RAW)


            from Andre Meyer / Added

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            After five trips to the game reserve, some test footage and a 10 day holiday in Mossel Bay we ended up with 1 terabyte of raw stock footage. I've now edited this down to 3 minutes. Everything was graded with the new Resolve 10. Finally the pink fringing problem is completely gone with Resolve 10! Another great new feature is a special RAW sharpening tool designed for RAW footage that really improves the quality. After filming and grading 1 terabyte of footage with zero drop frames or any problems whatsoever I am starting to trust Magic Lantern RAW firmware more and more. I am still running an old build of 27 July. It can only get better from here on! Once you get to know the workflow, working with RAW footage is a breeze. I think of RAW as Proress 444 with a conversion step in between. I used the 3x crop mode on a lot of these shots. I discovered that the crop mode has the same effect as the 2x extender in that it magnifies the image, so any imperfections of the lens get more noticeable, although this is hardly noticeable as you will see from the footage. Turning my 200mm 2.8 into a 600mm 2.8 with a click of a button was really great. All the wildlife shots were filmed from a car with a big pillow rested on the window. Workflow:
Import into Davinci Resolve and export proxies. Edit sequence in FCP. Import xml into Davinci. Automatically relink to original RAW files. Grade and export beautiful proress 4444 sequence. The part I loved most about Resolve's workflow is that you can apply the BMD Film color space and gamma to all the clips which turns them into super flat gradable footage. An excellent starting point. For archive of the footage I decided to render all clips in Resolve to Proress 4444 with the BMD super flat color space applied to it and the white balance and exposure set as desired. I did a few tests and applied the exact same grade from a RAW clip on the same Proress 4444 clip and even at 400% there is no difference at all. The only difference between RAW and Proress 4444 is that you can change the white balance and recover exposure, so do this before you export to Proress 4444.
By archiving Proress and not RAW you save 60% on storage. Proress HQ is just not good enough as you can see the difference so be sure to use Proress 4444. Tech Spec: 
Camera: Canon 5D Mark III 
Lens: 70 - 200 2.8 IS II & 24 - 70 2.8 II 
CF Card: 2x 32gb Lexar & 2x 64gb Lexar (all 1000x) 
HDD: NextoDi NVS1501 750gb
 Support: Tripod & Pillow :) Software:
 DaVinci Resolve 10 & 

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            • ZOI GORMAN | PLAYBOY


              from Ana Dias / Added

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              ZOI GORMAN | PLAYBOY Video: Os Tais (https://vimeo.com/ostaisdovideo) Photography: Ana Dias Assistant: Gonçalo Jorge Model: Zoi Gorman Make up by: Ana Duarte Hairstyle by: Clarisse Fernandes

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              • Circular Painting


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                Courtesy of Discovery Channel made by Fly on the Wall. Thanks to all the artists that were involved. Bryan Devlin Luis Tolosana Warren Lewis Ree Treweek Daniel Ting Chong Mike Morocco Toyah Moon Humphreys Paul Ressel Josh Ginsburg Thanks to sound and motion for doing the surround sound for broadcast. www.flyonthewall.co.za

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                • Go South Africa!


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                  "When the world comes together at an event like the FIFA World Cup 2010, there’s typically more than just a trophy at stake. In South Africa, the country hosting this year’s tournament, race relations surely stand out as one of the more complex issues. In this stop-motion short, titled Go South Africa!, the topic is examined in a morality tale involving soccer balls. The short was directed by Robbert-Jan Vos, and art directed and animated by Renske Mijnheer." (lineboil.com) script: Robbert-Jan Vos & Robin Stam art direction & animation: Renske Mijnheer - sirmovingimages.com director: Robbert-Jan Vos - dwarv.com score: Bastiaan Egberts - gentlenarcotic.net sound design: Jaap Wajer - jaap.wajer.org grading: Barry Clarke - condor.tv voice-over: Kevin Walton copyright 2010 dwarv.com & sirmovingimages.com

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                  • Aerial Cape Town, South Africa, by Phantom 2


                    from Eric Cheng / Added

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                    A short aerial film showing the beauty of Cape Town and its surrounding area, including Lion's Head, Table Mountain, Cape Point, Hout Bay, Simon's Town, and Seal Island. Footage includes great white sharks from above at Seal Island, an aggregation of spotted gully sharks / sharptooth houndshark (Triakis megalopterus) in the surf near Cape Point in Table Mountain National Park, and a brown fur seal surfing in the waves. Shot with DJI Phantom 2 / Zenmuse H3-3D gimbal / GoPro HERO 3+ Black. Shortcuts: 00:03 Lion's Head 00:34 Lion's Head dronie 00:44 Table Mountain 00:57 Cape Point kelp 01:20 Cape Point shark aggregation 01:36 Fur seal scares sharks 01:45 Fur seal surfs 01:51 Buiker Island 02:11 BOSS400 crane barge 02:21 Animal Oceans dronie 02:33 Seal Island 02:55 Great white sharks 03:27 Simon's Town approach 03:46 Credits Thanks to Jean Tresfon, Chris and Monique Fallows / Apex Shark Expeditions, Steve Benjamin / Animal Ocean, Tim Conibear / Waves for Change, Brian Lam, Julian and Ildi Cohen, Aey Komson, Mean Mora, and Phil Sokol for making the time in Cape Town so wonderful!

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                    • Jacob's Story


                      from Unearthed / Added

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                      Jacob's Story is a mini-documentary about a man that once made his living by trafficking women & children for the purposes of commercial sex. Jacob worked as a trafficker for a crime syndicate in Johannesburg South Africa. We decided to release his story because of how raw it is. In this film, he speaks openly about his work as a brothel manager and he explains how syndicates all over the world operate as they exploit the weak and powerless. Most importantly, you'll hear about the life transformation that's taken place in Jacob's life. From trafficker to rescuer. Only in the Kingdom of God. Jacob is living proof that when the Gospel changes the hearts of men; everything changes. Get involved & Donate | www.unearthedpictures.org Cinematography: Derek Hammeke & Tony Anderson Producer: Tony Anderson Editing, Color, Motion: Austin Upchurch - www.austinupchurch.com Original Score: AJ Hochhalter - www.listendesignstudio.com Additional Music: Jonsi & Alex (Stokkseyri) Sound Design & Audio Mix: Tony Anderson | Logic Pro Additional B-Roll: Jordan West Cameras: Canon 7D, Canon 5D MkII, Sony EX1s, 70/200mm, 10/20mm, 50mm, 16/35mm *Names and locations have been altered to protect Jacob and his family.

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