1. #PujaSumit2015


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    graded + cut using premiere Gear Bag // 5D Mark 3 + 70D + T3i Nikkor 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, 105mm Sigma 10mm - 20mm Cinevate FLT Manfrotto Tripod Benro Monopod Michron Inervalometer

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    • Bryan Kowalsky | Director Show Reel


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      A montage of my work. Music by LadyFace. https://www.facebook.com/LadyFaceFacts

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      • July in Toronto


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        A travel video I made of my time in Toronto during July of 2015. The song used is "Traveller" from Chris Stapleton. Thank you Toronto for the wonderful memories. And a special thank you to my amazing wife Jenny for getting us the place and cheering me on as I ran wild around the city.

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        • Working Proof


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          • Spectrums - An Installation by Jorge Ayala


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            "...Works of art out of practically nothing but pure sensation." (Aldous Huxley, Brave New World). Despite the richness of our sensory experiences, the human body perception space is a very limited one. In terms of physics, light is made of electromagnetic waves of varying wavelengths. Those visible to the human eye roughly fall between 380 and 780 nanometers, a very narrow band of the full electromagnetic spectrum, which extends from wavelengths as small as 10-13 m (Gamma rays) to wavelengths spanning several kilometres (radio waves). Human hearing is similarly limited, responding to frequencies somewhere between 20 and 20000 Hz (cycles per second). Sounds above this range are not detected by the human ear, but most humans can feel sounds in the range between 10 to 800Hz through their muscles, deep tissue and bones, in particular the skull. These are called "Tactile Sounds". This piece, that I have named Spectrums, explores physical events, sensations and their effect on the human body. It consists of a sine wave of varying frequencies that oscillate between the limits of our auditory range in a 3 minute interval, mapped to a projected video rendering of the RGB color space that fills up the gallery space and surrounds the audience. By minimizing the sources of physical stimuli, it is my intention to allow the participants to focus on the unique quality of their individual responses to such stimuli, and to increase their awareness of the beauty and limits of the perceptual process.

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            • "In Your Stride" by Terry Gadsden


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              I made this informational film for Adidas Canada in 1978. It was to safely promote the newly-developing sport of urban jogging. Interesting fact: at this time, there were very few female joggers - women were just starting to take up this sport. Ralph Thain and Sheila McFadden are the featured performers. The film was shot on 16mm. For the ultra slow motion sequences, we used the Lo-Cam, newly developed by NASA. The camera could shoot 1000 frames per second - amazing at that time. Adidas translated the film into 13 different languages. Unfortunately, the picture quality has been noticeably degraded because of the various transfers from 16 mm to 3/4" to digital.

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              • Toronto Unity Festival (By Accident)


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                You never know what you will encounter in the city. We were wandering around downtown Toronto and stumbled, quite by accident, in to a hip hop festival Recorded on my iPod Touch Song credit: "Keep Your Smile" by Litmus (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Litmus/Perception_Of_Light/08_litmus_-_keep_your_smile)

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                  • Stephanie & Dwight Same-Day Edit (Saturday July 18, 2015)


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                    Stephanie and Dwight are a beautiful couple with energetic and lively spirits. Their marriage represents the uniting of two wonderful families into one. It was an absolute blast to capture their wedding day. One Love! Ceremony: Revival Time Tabernacle Photoshoot: Scarlett Heights Park Reception: Destiny Banquet Hall DJ: DJ Cory Sound and Projection: D2 Entertainment Song Licensed from SongFreedom

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