1. Mount Dora Christmas


    from Terry "Tex" Turner Added 54 0 0

    The Homiches, the Mullens and their kin celebrate Christmas in Mount Dora, Florida -- 2013. Touring the Christmas lights downtown, unwrapping presents Christmas morning and having a bit of Christmas cheer. Song: "Swing All Ye Faithful" by Tony Flynn. Licensed by Audiosocket, Track #16989 -- License ID: 65cc86fe0a077f24483

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    • Perseid Nights


      from Mark 'Indy' Kochte Added 4,432 38 7

      This astro-lapse video was taken in the days (or nights, as it were) leading up to the height of the Perseid Meteor Shower in 2013 (8/7, 8/9, 8/11, 8/12). The first two nights were shot in Rocky Mountain National Park (Longs Peak Campground and Timber Creek Campground) in Colorado, and second two nights were shot in Vedauwoo in Wyoming. The sequences that start at 1:09 through the end of the video were shot in Vedauwoo, in the main campground. The earlier sequences were all shot in The Park. Over the course of these four nights the two cameras caught around 130 meteors in their fields of view. Visually, I saw a couple each night except for the night of Aug 11/morning of Aug 12, in Vedauwoo, when I stayed up for about an hour after resetting the cameras at 1:30am and watched the sky blaze with meteors. I counted around 40 meteors in that hour of my just sitting there watching the sky. It was amazing. Some were brilliant and long (lasting upwards of 2 seconds), some were short and quick (lasting less than a second). And of those 40 meteors, 8 were super-brilliant and/or fireballs. Due to the nature of time-lapse photography, specifically astro-lapse photography, with a playback rate of 24 frames per second (in other words, 24 images per second) meteors show up as extremely brief light streak flicks that last for an instant (1/24th of a second). The light streaks that go across the sky in the video are in most cases planes, but in other cases satellites. Meteors just don’t last that long. So, really, time-lapsing a meteor shower is anticlimactic in video form, but the still images captured can show some amazing light streaks. I opened this video with one of the fireballs one of my camera captured, and wrap with the video credits overlaid on four different stills from the time-lapse sequences with some of the better meteor captures. As mentioned, about half of the streaks you’ll see are satellites or planes, especially if they cross the entire field of view. The rest are meteors. These are best identified by going through each and every still image one at a time (some examples in the photos section below). There are a couple captures of geosynchronous satellites in the sequences. The best example is at 0:49. As the Milky Way swings over to the right toward some trees, a ‘star’ will appear in the left third of the video, about 2/3 of the way up from the bottom. It will brighten then fade then brighten then fade – and will NOT move along with the rest of the stars! That’s a geosync satellite (and the brightest one of all the sequences that I captured them) I hope you enjoy the video, the music, and the views of the night sky. :-) Wordy EXIF Data: All sequences but the second in the video were shot ISO 3200 (the second sequence was accidentally shot ISO 800; I used Lightroom 3 to pull out the stars a bit, but the black clouds were black clouds – there was no light in the valley reflecting off of them!). All images were 25 seconds in duration, with a 5 second pause between shots (to allow the images to be written to the SD cards, and in the case of the eMotimo-mounted camera, allowed the pan-tilt system to nudge the camera facing slightly, meaning I was shooting 2 exposures per minute. In the end I had over 3000 images. Both cameras were Nikon D7000, one with a 14mm Rokinon lens set to f/2.8, the other with an 11-16mm Tokina lens set to 11mm and f/2.8. The ‘hyper-lapse’ sequences (where the camera is moving) were done using an eMotimo TB3 pan/tilt system (http://emotimo.com/learn/about-emotimo-tb3/), the makers who I would like to thank for the help they gave me in the weeks prior to the trip in figuring out how I could shoot the camera w/out tying it directly to the eMotimo (since my D7000s have built-in intervalometers, and this thus saved battery power to be reserved to the TB3 exclusively). Music: “Storm Gatherer Plus Choir” by Tony Flynn.

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      • Myles Manley - "Next Please" Music Video


        from Bob Gallagher Added 183 0 0

        Hear more of Myles' Music at http://www.mylesmanley.com Featuring Myles Manley, Christopher Barry, Richard Doran Sherlock, Fin Divily, Jasmine Sheen. Cinematography by Bob Gallagher, Additional camera by Luke Sweetman, Camera Assistant - Megan Woods, Costume by Ann Marie Molloy, Hair and Make-up by Lola Purcell, Editing by Bob Gallagher and Seamus Hanly. Picture Vehicle supplied by City Kayaking, Boat Operator Darren Fitzpatrick. Special thanks to Lisa Powell & Donnchadh Mac Cobb, Marie Denham, Roslyn Clohisey, Roisín and staff of the Crown Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, Mike Heneghan, Daniel Butler, Anna and Hugh Rodgers.

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        • "Lemonade Man" Music Video


          from Bob Gallagher Added 89 0 0

          Music video for "Lemonade Man", directed by Bob Gallagher, Produced by Tony Flynn www.saintjohnthegambler.com CREDITS Production Design by Clare Hynes Production Design assistant - Zephra Cooney Costume by Anne Marie Molloy Additional Costume - Leda DeForge Make-up by Gillian Brown Additional Art Department - Marie Denham 1st Assistant Director - Tony Flynn 2nd Assistant Director - Daniel Butler Camera, Lighting & Editing by Bob Gallagher Special thanks to Kate Moylan, Keiron Black, The Stags Head, The Mercantile, Rosita Sweetman, Anna Rodgers, Hugh Rodgers, Historic Interiors, Tamp & Stitch, and to everyone who appeared in the video!

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          • Swords - "All the Boys" Music Video


            from Bob Gallagher Added 123 0 0

            Music Video for the first single from Swords' debut album Lions & Gold: http://swordsband.com/Buy-Lions-Gold-... Credits: Edited by Bob Gallagher & Daniel Butler Costume & Make-up - Maura Anglim Model Make-up - Niamh O'Malley Camera & Lighting Bob Gallagher Venue Lighting Engineer - Ryan Soave Featuring Lisa Powel, Paul O'Hare, Seamus Hanly, Colm Kenny-Vaughan, Shola Quadri, Elliot Moriarty, Carol Broderick, Aaron Heffernan, Dyego Guerra Calabres, Maureen Butler, Diane Anglim, Ian Frawls and Jarlath Canning Thanks to Keiron Black, Cait Fitzpatrick, Sam Gallagher, Matt Nolan, Marie Denham, Anna Rodgers, Hugh Rodgers, Veronica Trevisani, Tamp & Stitch, Ennis Butchers, The Village Venue, Colm & Cian in Bewley's, Kate Dolan, Luke Sweetman, Mike Heneghan and all of the extras who appeared in the video.

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            • Myles Manley - "Easter Morning" Music Video


              from Bob Gallagher Added 598 13 2

              Music video for "Easter Morning" by Myles Manley and the Little People from the Album "Rocknroll Vicar/ Rocknroll Priest", directed by Bob Gallagher, and Produced by Tony Flynn. Download the album at: mylesmanley.bandcamp.com/ Massive thanks to the cast, crew, and everyone who helped out with the shoot! Costume and Production design by Kate Moylan, Make-up by Ailbhe Fitzpatrick. Camera by Luke Sweetman and John Cutler. Edited by Seamus Hanly. The video features the acting talents of Myles Manley, Rosita Sweetman, Lisa Powell, Tim Cullen, Paul O'Hare, Seamus Hanly, Victor Feldman, Andrew McKay, Pixie Faux-Pas, Shola Quadri, Sorcha & Iseult Black, Ann Russell, Mary Guckian, Hazel Lake, Hugh McCusker and Finn Keenan. Special Thanks to Matthew Nolan, Marie Denham, Chupi Sweetman, Keiron Black, Jenny Moylan, Johnny Cullen, Alex Fegan, Paudie Baggott, Kenneth McKeon, Carol Freeman, Susan Moylett, Anna Rodgers and Pauline Keeling, Peadar Nolan, Dolores Fogarty, and the staff of the Hugh Lane Gallery.

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              • FIREWORKS


                from 3epkano video Added 1,115 5 0

                This video was shot at Lough Dan, County Wicklow, in late 2011. It is directed by Tony Flynn and the track is taken from the last 3epkano album, released in October, 2011. Cast: Karen Gaffney David Lawes Crew: Director/Editor......................Tony Flynn Director of Photography/ Colour grade........................Bob Gallagher Producer...............................Jason Cullen Assistant Director................Hugh Noonan Camera Assistant................Luke Sweetman Sarah Dunphy Make-up................................Emma Fleming Hannah Sullivan Transport...............................Wesley Griffin Hugh Noonan Chris Mothersill Kieran Gaffey

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                • Tony Flynn showreel


                  from Tony Flynn Added 61 2 0

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                  • Anamnesis Trailer


                    from Michael Heneghan Added 91 1 0

                    Trailer for upcoming science-fiction short "Anamnesis".

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                    • 3Crosses - Mari The Killer


                      from October Eleven Pictures Added 35 0 0

                      Here we see the callous nature of Mari, played by Tony Flynn.

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