1. Vesper


    from Olof Storm Added 83.7K 1,557 52

    The daily routine of Vesper the evening star. Directed and animated by: Olof Storm Music and sound by: Luke Dzierzek

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    • Silliest first test shot of Canon 1DMKIV ever...


      from Philip Bloom Added 21.2K 114 51

      well so far anyway! Just camera on tripod. Lights off, let's see what she can do. ISO 3200. CANON L series 35mm f1.4 wide open. 24p. Shutter at 1/30 for deliberate motion blur... Check out my blog for continual updates of weekend shooting with it. No CGI used!

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      • Mt. Hehuan with sea of clouds & Milky Way @ TAIWAN


        from HD Taiwan Added 76.8K 731 51

        Mt. Hehuan with sea of clouds & Milky Way @ TAIWAN SONY EX1 CANON 5D + 5D2 EF 16-35/F2.8 II EF 17-35/F2.8 EF 24-70/F2.8 EF 70-200/F4 IS EF 35/F1.4 http://www.louisch.com louisch.a1@msa.hinet.net

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        • Тимати, Титомир, GeeGun - Грязные шлюшки


          from LvHH Added 18.3K 53 50


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          • Birth of a Star


            from Tom Lowe Added 140K 1,347 50

            Video credit: NASA, ESA, and G. Bacon, T. Borders, L. Frattare, Z. Levay, and F. Summers (Viz 3D team, STScI) http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2011/38/video/a/ "This movie presents a visualization of the star-forming region known as S106. This unique three-dimensional view illustrates and emphasizes that many of the objects contained within astronomical images are not at the same distance, but, in fact, spread across light-years of space. The Hubble image is augmented with additional field-of-view from the Subaru Infrared Telescope. The stars and the lobes of glowing gas from the Hubble/Subaru two-dimensional image have been separated and sculpted using both scientific knowledge and artistic license to create the depth in the movie. Of note, the relative distances between stars and the nebula have been greatly compressed." -NASA "This devastatingly beautiful image shows the birth pangs of a massive star. Called IRS 4 (for Infrared Source 4; it was first seen in IR images), it’s the really bright star just below center where the two blue lobes come together. It’s a bruiser, an O-type star with at least 15 times the Sun’s mass — 30 octillion tons! — and is a staggering 10,000 times as bright. It’s still in the process of forming, but it’s nearly there. Located about 2000 light years away, IRS 4 is surrounded by an enormous cloud of gas and dust that may have a mass as high as 25,000 times the mass of the Sun. When the star first ignited, fusing hydrogen into helium in its core, the vast amount of energy it started pouring out lit up the cloud in the immediate vicinity around it. Most of the cloud is still dark and cannot be seen here, but everything within a few light years of the star is being illuminated, if not ionized, by the fierce ultraviolet light from the star." - Phil Plait http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/2011/12/15/epic-tantrum-thrown-by-30-octillion-ton-baby/ Music: “Funeral Canticle” Written by John Tavener and Mother Thekla Performed by George Mosley, Paul Goodwin and the Academy of Ancient Music

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            • Road-Trip in New-Zealand (5DMK3 RAW)


              from Pascal Délé / Lifestyle-Prod Added 8,954 159 49

              This country is amazing. The people there are nice and full of generosity. I really spent 2 weeks contemplating the stars, sky, landscapes and meeting the Maori people was a lifetime experience. I was followed by my friends Robin and Steph Killip in this great adventure ! Thank you for making me discover this amazing part of the world. Follow me: www.facebook.com/pascaldelefilmaker website: www.pascaldelefilmaker.com www.lifestyleprod.fr www.objectif-cineaste.fr Camera: Canon 5D Mark3 + ML RAW Lense: Canon 100mm Canon 24 mm f/1,4, Zeiss 85 mm f/1,4 50 mm f/1,4 editing: Magicraw+Lightroom+Dresolve+fcpx music: TimeScapes Trailer 2/ John Stanford Please donwload in itunes store

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              • Tiny Beach Bikinis Chloe Amour Nude mesh Microkini shower


                from Tiny Beach Bikinis Added 419K 2,312 45

                Porn star Chloe Amour models for Tiny Beach Bikinis gets wet in the shower in this see thru nude mesh microkini. She is wearing a #2 top & Chip. Available in many colors thru our website below! www.tinybeachbikinis.com/

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                • Crater Lake Under the Stars


                  from Ben Canales Added 289K 1,140 44

                  I got a last minute invite from Chip McAlpine to join him on his photo trip to Crater Lake National Park to shoot stars. This was certainly a demanding trip in all aspects: before/during/after, financially, and relationships. But, damn, the results are one of my favorite so far from the years I've been shooting stars. The timelapse motion in the video is made possible by using the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero dolly system. For more information about them visit: www.DynamicPerception.com Music by Joshua Radin. If you are interested in a fine art print from the stills of this video, you can find more information here: www.theStarTrail.com I have teamed up with Uncage the Soul Productions. If you are interested in us doing work for you similar to this, find more information about what we do here: www.UncagetheSoul.com

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                  • The Find


                    from Isaac Arias Added

                    Two brothers are searching for an innocent adventure. What they'll find will change their lives forever... Something we shot with a Canon HV20 in 30 mins., with no tripod, one early fall afternoon. This is what I was able to do with many hours of post on a Mac. Thanks to the Blender community at blender.org, scifi3d.com and free online tutorials from people like videocopilot.net and creativecow.net.

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                    • Asia 2014 - Singapore & Philippines


                      from Sebastian Eiseman Added 15.3K 157 41

                      This is a short collection of timelapse clips I shot on our vacation to the Philippines and Singapore in April 2014. Hope you enjoy the ride as much as we did! :) As requested a short list of the equipment that was used: Canon 6D (w/ magic lantern) Canon 5D Mark II (w/ magic lantern) Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Samyang 14mm f/2.8 IF ED UMC RamperPro for bulb ramping

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