1. 3 hours in a helicopter flying around Southern New Zealand with a EPIC in a SHOTOVER.


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    These are some of the Aerial rushes from a TVC we were shooting in Southern New Zealand. Shooting with the RED EPIC 5k camera inside a SHOTOVER stabilised camera system with a 24-290 Angenieux Lens. We shot all of this aerial footage in less than 3 hours. As most of our principle shooting was on the ground. While in transit from Queenstown to different parts of the the south island, we shot these images on our journey between locations. The southern parts of NEW ZEALAND are amazing. Here is the TVC we shot and directed with John Lamble for Pulse Marketing, for Natural Gas Australia. https://vimeo.com/65805226

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    • Postcard from New Zealand


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      We have been adventuring around the South Island in New Zealand and we absolutely love this place. Hopefully with our video postcard, you will too. For more about our experience in New Zealand visit: www.bitt-n.com Music: Dwell by Tony Anderson, The Music Bed.

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      • Make My Day New Zealand, Part 3/3


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        I'm pleased to announce that episode sixth of 'Make my Day is out. This movie was shot in New Zealand, and it's divided in 3 parts, which will be issued every tuesday for the next three weeks Part 1 here https://vimeo.com/62491602 Part 2 here https://vimeo.com/62507423 Follow us through our 6 weeks of adventures driving thru New Zealand. The concept is simple : 1 camper, 3 friends, tons of toys to enjoy each and every parts of this fabulous country. Leave a comment on this page http://makemydayepisodes.com/episode6/ , a North Kiteboarding boardbag Combi bag, a jacket by Picture Organic Clothing, and a Ring Jeremie Pro Model Yourmood will be awarded by drawing lots on april 30th , 2013. Grab some popcorn, relax, watch it full screen (clic on the arrow at the bottom of the video) and pump up the volume! This journey began by chance I must say. I always had this desire to go to New Zealand. I heard so many stories from there, crazy landscape, wind, wave, Maori culture, volcano, and the fact that it was possible to go skiing, and swimming the same day. When I start to prepare this travel, everything went super fast. I got a camper,some plane tickets, and Gaetan, the Wanaii films cameraman was available as well as Ben Thouard the photographer based in Tahiti. The first episode is released this Tuesday, March 26th, 2013, the following will be online Tuesday, April 2nd and last one Tuesday, April 9th. Credits Directed by Jeremie Eloy Produced by: Wanaii films Filmed by: Gaetan Botrel, Benjamin Thouard, Jérémie Eloy. Drone: Gaetan Botrel Edited by : Jérémie Eloy Shot with 7D, Go pro For further information ? the making off. Click here http://www.jeremieeloykiteboarding.com/en/?p=5178 to know all the details of the shooting, with texts and photos, and take advantage of my good plans to go to New Zealand. You can also view the previous episode by clicking here http://makemydayepisodes.com/

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        • Ingrained


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          Steven Lane is a woodworking artist, from the south island of New Zealand, with a unique approach to gathering the materials needed for his work. From eyewear to headphones, Steven creates one of a kind pieces that are truly beautiful. He prefers salvaged materials, often traveling to the coast to find wood that has washed up on the beach and has the 'character and qualities' he can exploit. Starring: Steven Lane Director//Cinematographer//Editor: Will Lascelles Original Score//Audio Mix: Danny Fairley Aerial Photography: Jase Hancox/Will Lascelles A CoLab Creative Production

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          • VOYAGE


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            Shot during our honeymoon trip in New Zealand and Fiji using a canon 7D and the 17-55 mm lens.

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            • Destiny Video at South Island


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              SODE Wedding Videos crew travel to one of the most beautiful place on earth to produce wedding video. Video Produced by SODE Wedding Videos blog: blog.sodewedding.com

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              • Farewell


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                Farewell Spit, is a sort of long beach that is around 36 kilometres long and it is growing every year. They think that “the beach” is gonna grow 2 km in the next 5 years. Farewell Spit is composed of erosional sand from the west coast of the South Island. This sand arrives at “the beach” by coastal drift. The first 4 kilometres of Farewell Spit are open for the public. After that you have to be with a tour company in order to get further. The south end of Farewell Spit is relatively sheltered from wind, and small bushes and grass grow in the sand. During low tide, the water recedes around 7 kilometres and expose around 80 square metres of sand and mud! It’s a huge plate of food for birds, but also a death trap for whales, who every so often get stranded during low tide. The north part of the “beach” is very exposed to wind and the wind speed can be as great as 25 km/h! We experienced quite strong winds when visiting that part of the spit. The sand was “floating” on the ground and created beautiful patterns. There aren’t many things that can grow on the north part of Farewell Spit, and it feels like being in the desert in Dubai, or Africa, when driving on the dunes. Music: Madrugada "The Lost Gospel" Camera: Canon 550D Again, i had a dirty lens, and nothing to clean it with. I am trying to work in post to get rid of that one spot that was stuck on my censor. It is ugly and distracting when watching the video.

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                • More Than It Is - Film Trailer


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                  Directed by Anton Seim - www.antonseim.com Director of Photography - Jonathan Nicholas Starring Cherie Ditcham and Beth MacDonald Edited by Keenan Hiett - http://www.vimeo.com/keenanrh Camera: Canon 5D Mark II Lenses used: Canon EF 24-70 f/2.8 and Minolta 50mm f/1.4 (with adapter) Shot on location on the South Island of New Zealand "More Than It Is" is the story of Josh, a young American guy, convinced that his one chance at true love is with an English girl named Leila who he hasn't seen in a year. Through a social networking site, Josh sees that she's now working in New Zealand - so he flies there to surprise her and tell her his true feelings...only to be turned down on the spot. Realizing the bizarre thing that he's just done, Josh sinks into a lonely depression. While waiting to fly back to the States, Josh meets Charlie, a beautiful, free-spirited backpacker who is traveling around the world. She invites Josh on a road-trip across the South Island and soon he's put his love-sickness behind him, as he takes on the role of a vagabond backpacker. But the fun can't last forever and soon real life sets in, the euphoria wears off and everything gets muddled once again. We had three main film inspirations going into the making of "More Than It Is" - First, Brook Silva-Braga's documentary of his year long backpacking trip around the world, "A Map For Saturday." We actually stole the title of our movie (with permission from Brook, of course) right from one of the lines in his film. Our second inspiration was the Duplass Brothers' classic "mumblecore" film "The Puffy Chair." Shot on hand-held SD video, we figured, if they could get away with it, so could we. And we had the benefit of new camera technology that would allow us to shoot HD and use traditional 35mm lenses, giving us really wide shots when we needed them as well as very shallow depth of field. The third movie that inspired us was Tarsem's "The Fall." Shot on location in twenty-four different countries, what we took from "The Fall" was that beautiful foreign locations add a lot to a movie. So we decided to make our movie in one of the prettiest places on the planet, the South Island of New Zealand. "More Than It Is" was written and directed by Anton Seim, who also plays the lead roll of Josh. The impetus for the story, may or may not have been inspired by actual events in Anton's life. Jonathan Nicholas was the very talented Director of Photography. The budget of the movie essentially got split between the two filmmakers, with Jonathan purchasing all of the camera gear (Canon 5D Mark II, L-Series lenses), as well as his own plane ticket to New Zealand. The other lead role of Charlie, was played by Cherie Ditcham. Jonathan was the entire film crew - camera, audio and lighting. The actors wore Lectro wireless microphones at all times and audio was recorded remotely by Jonathan using an MAudio digital recorder (all audio gear was graciously provided by Nick Ballard of Ballard Productions).

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                  • New Zealand - #11daysinacampervan


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                    Eleven days of hiking, driving, and exploring one of our new favorite countries. http://www.chris-simons.com/blog/new-zealand-eleven-days-in-a-campervan Music: Jack Garratt - Weathered Filmed on a 5D Mark III, edited in FCPX and color graded with VSCO. www.instagram.com/christophersimons www.instagram.com/shaunasimons

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                    • "LEMONYIP LIVIN" Official Film 2014


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                      LEMONYIP PRODUCTIONS presents A Film by Owen Milne "LEMONYIP LIVIN" Journey deep within Ricardo Christie's New Zealand bubble. Ricardo breaks out of his grind to go and enjoy some of his homeland's magic! He is joined by his friends, Billy Stairmand, Andrew Mooney, Tim O'Connor and Albee Layer. PRODUCED & DIRECTED by Ricardo Christie and Owen Milne FILMED & EDITED by Owen Milne Instagram - @owenmilnemedia - @ricardochristie

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