1. Longboarding Willy Hill

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    from Benjamin Dowie / Added

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    A test for a longboard film coming soon. Wanted to see how we went holding the camera while bombing the hill. Also played with shutter speeds to get the blurred effect. Shot on a Sony V1P Edited with Final Cut Music 'Shift' by Grizzly Bear

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    • In The Nest - Alex Bunting - Ep 2

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      from Cameron Danzey / Added

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      Second Episode of Alex Buntings Podcast "In The Nest" is a short clip of his last trip down to South Aus earlier this year. riptidemag.com.au/alex-bunting

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      • Port Augusta Video Project

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        from ABC Open Outback SA / Added

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        A community video project between ABC Open and the Port Augusta Cultural Centre. Port Augusta City Council ICAN Arts SA https://open.abc.net.au/openregions/sa-outback-21zO0tP/posts/-port-au-gutter-or-port-augusta-92ba8uw

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        • DRIFT THE AUSSIE WAY

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          from inertiaMS / Added

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          Filmed by almost everyone there, Edited by Stewy Bryant. Drivers are Paul Austin, Simon Michelmore, Aaran Schuman, Brad Lucas, Brad Blackwell, Stewy Bryant and Craig Inglis. Music is Wolfmother - Apple Tree and 3 inches of Blood - Battles and Brotherhood

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          • KHAI ADAMS x SOUTH AUSTRALIA

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            http://stateofsurf.com Khai Adams is a rare talent hailing from the mysterious, cold and shark infested waters of South Australia. Mixing power with progression, a little skating and plenty of shack time, let this 1.50 clip get you amped to don the wetsuit. Cheers-Andy track: Ramona artist: Velociraptor

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            • Horus 14: The Charity Space Balloon Flight of the Linux Mascot "Tux"

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              from Grant Willis (VK5GR) / Added

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              In January 2011, Australia was shocked as Queensland and parts of New South Wales were affected by severe flooding, claiming the lives of many and destroying thousands of homes. Our thoughts went out to those who lost loved ones during this time. A relief fund was set up by the Queensland government to assist with the enormous clean up that followed. Due to the floods there was some doubt that the Australian Linux Conference, scheduled to be held in Brisbane just weeks after the floods hit would be able to go ahead. Fortunately it did, showing that at least a small part of the world in SE Queensland quickly returned to normallity. To raise some money for the Queensland Premier's flood relief charity a ProjectHorus flight was staged on Tuesday the 18th of January. The primary payload was a plush Tux (the Linux mascot), as well as a tracking beacon powered by an Arduino micro. In conjunction with the organisers of the conference, a photo of Tux in (near) space over South Australia taken during the flight as well as Tux himself was auctioned at the conference dinner. Some of the people who signed the photo included Vint Cerf (one of the "fathers" of the Internet), Eric Allman (of "sendmail" fame) and Linus Torvalds (the initiator of the Linux OS kernel). Over $23,000AUD was raised as a result, all going directly to the QLD Premier's Flood Relief appeal. The presentation at the conference dinner as well as the signed photo of Tux and Tux himself can be seen here: http://imgur.com/a/ABRvp If you would like to find out more about ProjectHorus here in South Australia, please visit the project website: http://projecthorus.org/ More information about the flight of Horus 14 can be seen here: http://projecthorus.org/?page_id=1470 ------------------- The flight details:- Flight Designation: Horus 14 Date: January 18th 2011 Altitude: ~30km Payload: Tux the Penguin - the Linux mascot :-) - and an Arduino powered ModSenDat telemetry package ------------------- Music by: Steve Tilleli - "Flight Path" from the album "Field of Dreams" Licensed under: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Available from: http://www.jamendo.com/en/album/48442 Camera: GoPro Hero HD Editing: Adobe Premiere CS5

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              • Southern Nights

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                from Grant Willis (VK5GR) / Added

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                A time-lapse look at the night skies as seen from places in and around Adelaide, South Australia. Places include: 5km NW Tungkillo, Adelaide Hills 7km E Mt Pleasant, Adelaide Hills Anstey Hill, overlooking Adelaide Music by Celestial Aeon Project - "Angel's Tear" Licensed under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/ available from http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/25379/angel-s-tear -- Camera: Panasonic Lumix GH2 Lens: Panasonic 20mm F1.7 & 14-140mm F4.0-5.8 Star-Trails: Starstax v0.52 http://markus-enzweiler.de/software/software.html Editing: Adobe Premiere CS6

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                • Bending Time - 27,000 pieces from a time-lapse master

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                  from ABC Open Outback SA / Added

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                  Open Producer Anthony L'Huillier, collaborates with time-lapse master Travis Hague in the heart of outback South Australia. Together they've created a film of epic proportions that celebrates Australia's haunting landscape and starscape. By day Travis Hague is pest controller - he exterminates bugs for a living. By night he transforms himself into a master photographer/cameraman who creates elaborate motion time-lapse sequences that are undeniably gob-smacking. For kicks Travis goes out into the surrounding desert around Roxby Downs to shoot time-lapse sequence for six hours at a time. In fact whenever Travis gets a chance he films these sequences and admits to being obsessed with their visual possibilities. He loves the visual effect of compressing time and the patterns and movement that occur because of the 'time bending'. Take one look at his footage and you can see why he's got the filmmaker's bug. Travis has a remarkable combination of technical wizardry with an artful disposition. What most impressed me was that he was self-taught. Through trial and error and trawling the internet for technical and 'how to' tutorials, Travis has taught himself time-lapse. He goes back to reshoot a shot if he doesn't like it and anyone who is willing to return multiple times to get a better shot is number one in my books. That's how I learnt to shoot and the deep learning curve of repetition is invaluable for any filmmaker. Travis even blew me away with the way he shot footage while we were together. While shooting sequences Travis would talk the entire time while adjusting his camera and motion rig. He talked in great detail about cameras settings, exposures, shutter speeds, ISOs, lenses, RAW vs JPEG, intervalometers, the limitations of various DSLRs, editing software and workflows and what was the best time of the year to film The Milky Way. It wasn't 'I read it on the internet' stuff, it was real knowledge through real application. Impressive stuff. As is his footage. This film has 27,000 pieces of media with a mind-bending workflow in post production to uphold image quality. The edit was very complicated - which is a lot coming from me - but it was a very satisfying challenge. The ultimate satisfaction of my job is when I meet a contributor who is a fellow filmmaker who also wants to push the envelope to create better content. It is even better when you learn something from that contributor and there is an exchange of ideas and techniques. I have to thank Travis for teaching me things about filmmaking I did not know. Awesome. This film will showcase on the 7.30 Report SA this Friday, 27th September.

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                  • You. Me. Barossa.

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                    from Benjamin Dowie / Added

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                    Adventures in the Barossa. A piece commissioned by South Australia Tourism. http://www.southaustralia.com/ **WINNER: Bronze ACS Award at the 2013 SA & WA Awards for Cinematography** D I R E C T I O N / C I N E M A T O G R A P H Y / E D I T Benjamin Dowie M U S I C 'Vapour' by Vancouver Sleep Clinic https://www.facebook.com/VancouverSleepClinic T H A N K Y O U The Standish Wine Company (Dan Standish & Fraser McKinley) Hutton Vale (Jan & John Angus) Stonewell Cottages (Tina & Evan Gobell) First Drop Wines (Matt Gant) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shot on a Canon 5D Mk3 Cut with Final Cut 7, graded with Lightroom 4 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • https://www.facebook.com/BeanpoleProductions http://beanpole.com.au/ ©2013 BEANPOLE PRODUCTIONS ▲

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                    • LBB 'creative creatures'

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                      A little collection of the fun times on our bicycles over the last few months! Have fun out there! Enjoy! Filmed and Edited by Ryan Lloyd Thanks to everyone else that helped film! Music Of Monsters and Men - 'Dirty Paws' https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/dirty-paws/id511213671?i=511213672

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