1. Zen Imports Case Study


    from Men At Work Comms Australia Added 253 0 0

    We have fun and encourage our team to enjoy themselves and challenge all industry boundaries. We are rewarded for our efforts through the wraps our clients give us. So, if you have a testosterone-based brand that you’d like the world to know about, utilise our male dominated expertise! menatworkcomms.com.au

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    • TAP - Travelers Against Plastic


      from Don Baker Added 195 2 0

      A motion graphic promoting the sustainable and safe way to bring water on trips. The metal bottles are made by Klean Kanteen, and the water purification system is made by SteriPEN, which uses (UV) light technology to purify water, destroying more than 99.9 percent of bacteria, viruses and protozoan cysts such as giardia and cryptosporidia.

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      • Katie Dean Skunk Tour, Chattooga


        from Chris Baer Added 726 5 1

        After getting skunked on the Raven Fork, Eternity Hole, Green River Narrows, and every thing else in the South East, Katie Dean, Zach Dean, and Chris Baer put on the classic Chattooga river for an overnight training mission.

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        • SteriPEN water purification in the Amazon River


          from HoneyTrek Added 270 0 0

          Mike using our SteriPEN to purify water in the Amazon River.Yummy!

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          • Chirripo, Buena Vista, and San rafael


            from Chris Baer Added 515 1 0

            Check it out a little video update from Costa Rica, climbing the tallest peak, and running some classic class 5 white water.

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            • Purificateur d'eau à ultraviolets STERIPEN ADVENTURER


              from pas-a-part.com Added 440 0 0

              Le purificateur d'eau à UV SteriPEN Adventurer utilise l’onde courte de la lampe ultraviolette germicide pour désinfecter l’eau. Cette portée de la lumière ultraviolette détruit l'ADN de la bactérie, du virus et du protozoaire, ce qui les rend incapables de se reproduire. Ils deviennent de ce fait inoffensifs. Il purifie 1 litre en 90 secondes. Il suffit de mettre la lampe à ultraviolets steripen dans l'eau à purifier et de touiller comme avec une cuillère. Quand la lampe s'éteind votre eau est purifiée et vous pouvez la boire. En vente chez PAS-A-PART.COM

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              • A Bald Place - Letus Extreme 24p Film - HDTV


                from Tom Guilmette Added 6,533 69 32

                LARGE FILE, EXPECT LONG LOAD TIME... (or turn HD off) On Friday May 30, 2008, my buddy Dave and I drove to Benton, New Hampshire to hike Mount Moosilauke. Moosilauke was thought to be derived from Native American words that translated to, “A Bald Place”. The summit of the 4, 802 foot high mountain was wind blown, void of trees and offered 360 degree views of the surrounding land. The famed Appalachian Trail crossed over the summit. We began our adventure from the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge and headed up the Gorge Brook Trail. The weather was very clam and the temperature was a comfortable 65 degrees. I hiked my Sony PMW-EX1 XDCAM HD camcorder with the Letus Extreme and my Vinten Vision 3 tripod up the rocky trail and documented out adventure as we traveled. The day went very well. We used a SteriPen to eradicate the bacteria in mountain runoff using ultra violet light, we got some footage of a forest fire and we were rewarded with crystal clear visibility at the summit. I had four lenses with me. A Nikon 200mm f3.5, a Nikon 24mm f2.8, a Nikon 55mm f2.8 macro and a Sigma 18mm f3.5 wide angle. I shot this entire project in 720p 24p. This was my first film to be shot at this frame rate. I used polarizing filters and a gradient filter on my film lenses. I inter cut a few digital photos I took on November 17, 2007 from iced up Mount Moosilauke. The camera I used back then was a Kodak v705 point and shoot. I was able to pan across one shot in post with Final Cut Pro since I took a panoramic super wide exposure. I set the EX1 camera picture profile to “Cine2” and set the HiSAT to +99 for a lot of in camera saturation. Absolutely nothing was done to any of these images in post. What you see is what the camera created. Dave shot some behind the scenes footage the I will soon edit into a video blog. Keep an eye on my website, http://www.tomguilmette.com for more information. TRT: 8 minutes and 58 seconds.

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