1. Experience Zero Gravity

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    ExperienceSeries.com www.InfinityList.com - We discover videos like this everyday. Ossie Khan Fred Fugen Vince Reffet Steve "Sparky" Baich Pepe Cam Lonnie Bissonnette Phil Cave Jade Edaj Alexis Berolatti Alistair Marsh http://www.facebook.com/InfinityList twitter.com/InfinityList Chapter 1: Experience Human Flight (http://vimeo.com/22428395) Chapter 2: Experience Zero Gravity Chapter 3: Experience Freedom (http://vimeo.com/36778012) There are thousands of people that are exploring some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. This chapter we will take you to Norway Switzerland and France where people are jumping cliffs as high as 6,000 feet. Experience Zero Gravity will hopefully provide you with the feeling and the emotion that we feel when we think about the experience of Base Jumping in the most scenic locations of the world. We hope you can see this world from our eyes. Starring: Ossie Khan, Stephen (Sparky) Baich, Fred Fugen, Vince Refett, Jade Edaj, Pepe Cam, Simon Wandeler, Adrian Acquado, Jeremy Bourne, and Woody. Shot on a GoPro Music: Alex Khaskin - "Life is Beautiful" http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/life-is-beautiful-single/id459746023

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    • 0 Gravity

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      Vancouver Film School, 3d Animation & VFX. ------------------------------------------------------ The main challenge: to float the guy without wire. All visual elements by Andrew Juano. VFX Sup : Brent Greening. Actor : Kian Zand. Music by The Morning Benders. "Excuses" Software used : Maya. Nuke. PF Track. A.Effects. Photoshop. Thanks for the feedbacks and the critics! *CGSA Student Of The Year 2011. (Thanks Stash: http://www.stashmedia.tv/?p=6721)

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      • BTS Shooter's Commentary // Joann + Donald NDE

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        Our BTS Shooter's Commentary is a look into the production and post-production here at Visual Masterpiece. For more information about hands on training / workshops please contact Rebecka@visualmasterpiece.com or visit our Workshop page http://visualmasterpiece.com/blog/?page_id=1011 The original film can be viewed here http://vimeo.com/22021695 Cinevate Atlas 10 Review: We received the Atlas 10 with vertical pully/slider just before this event so this was our first run with it. As such we brought our trusty Atlas 30 just incase we weren't happy with the results. Nothing to worry about, before the night was over we packed away the Atlas 30 and kept the 10 by our side. Our first impressions of the Atlas 10 were "wow this thing is built like a tank" and no kidding it really is. Upon opening the box this slider says "I was made for professional use". It is finely crafted and fits in line with Cinevate's stellar reputation. For those of you familiar with the Atlas 30, the slide of the 10 is smooth, but not as smooth. The 10 requires a slight constant push, whereas the 30 glides along effortlessly. The 10 also has enclosed rails which keep them from possibly being dinged, which meant we could treat the 10 a bit more carelessly than we do the 30. However this ruggedness comes at a price of weight which is a downside after being already weighed down with tripods and loads of other cinematography equipment for gorilla filmmaking. Since we had the ATL legs, adding a strap was easy and essential for managing the additional weight. The ability to add a quick release plate at the end and middle meant no longer packing c-stands for the Atlas 30, which was nice since we always had a tripod nearby. The vertical system was really smooth. Although the 10 can be used without the pulleys, I feel the leverage they give does a better job than pushing the camera up itself. Cinevate supplies the vertical system with a counter balancing box that you can fill up with bolts, rocks or whatever. Although we did test it out with amazing results, we choose not to bring the counter balance simply because it doesn't work for this type of shooting. If we were in a controlled environment you bet it would be used! Having the vertical option gave us a new look that we took advantage of. Ring shots, dress shots, foreground shots all got another possible perspective thanks to the vertical system. To sum up this review I feel the Atlas 10 has a home among studio shooters, and field shooters who need the additional durability, however for most event based DSLR shooters Cinevate has a lighter version of the 10 called the FLT. The FLT can be set up as a dual vertical slider like the 10, and because of the weight loss on the FLT model I think it will be greatly favored over the more rugged version. As for the pulley system, I highly recommend adding the vertical pulley, just keep an eye on the slack in the line when using horizontally. At the price of these sliders its hard to imagine a local event based studio without one. -M Visit us on FB: http://www.facebook.com/pages/VisualMasterpiece/185070881528835 Blog: http://visualmasterpiece.com/blog/

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        • Zero Gravity

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          Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wemakethemwonder Visit us on: www.wemakethemwonder.com Directed and edited >> Paul Jax Camera >> Niclas Loeffler Ballettdancer >> Georgeta Varvarici Compositing >> Calvin Hoenes Idea/Concept >> Paul Jax Music >> Peter Pan over the bronx by Joakim Fotos >> Vincent Greiner This piece was created just to turn a good idea into film. Thanks to the Bayerisches Staatsballett for the coorperation. Shot on a Canon 7D with 50 frames. Slowed down in After Effects with Twixtor. A lot of cleaning had to be done here! Lenses used: 85mm 1,4 / 50mm 1,4 / 35mm 1,4 / Makro 55mm 2,8

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          • $350 spinning set.

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            We built this set and tore it down for $350 in 1week. It was for a work project. It was a blast, we literaly made it up as we built it. Practically everything was borrowed, the car rims, the casters, the furniture, the 5d, batteries, inverter, the fork lifts. We had alot of fun playing with it once we got the shots. Thanks for watching.

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            • Van Damme - Zero Gravity Split

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              He did it before - on trees, ropes, chairs, kitchen countertops and even between two driving trucks... ...but this is the new level. Created by: https://twitter.com/lastcausefilm The clip on youtube: http://bit.ly/1o6LZKc A hommage to Volvo - Epic Split https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7FIvfx5J10 Original music by Enya https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wfYIMyS_dI

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              • Trip to U.S.A

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                I went to U.S.A with my family for 18 days and I rode in these places below. Rye Airfield, New Hampshire Zero Gravity, New Hampshire Whaleback, New Hampshire Moorestown, New Jersey Maple Shade, New Jersey FDR Skatepark, Pennsylvania BIG thanks to Hlynur for filming most of the clips and Scott Flynn for showing me around!

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                • National Geographic Zero Gravity Idents + Making of

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                  Creative agency Brothers and Sisters has created the world's first channel idents that are filmed in zero gravity, to celebrate the National Geographic Channel's Space Week. The idents feature a crew of 14 people performing a range of experiments in a G-Force One aeroplane. Each time zero gravity was achieved on the plane, the crew began performing.

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                  • Yucatan Dreaming - Part II

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                    A series of short films from cave dives in the flooded caves of the Yucatan peninsula: Part 2 features sequences from Cenotes The Pit, Calavera and Angelita. Many thanks to Gustavo Fragoso for his patience as my long-suffering model, and to Zero Gravity Diving Mexico for support. This episode also guest stars Heather Hamza in Cenote Calavera. Filmed with a Sony NEX-5n with 10-18mm lens in a Nauticam housing with Fisheye Neo video lights on- and off-camera. To be continued in Part III...

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                    • Gvori - Just Vodka

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                      Liquid defies gravity in our newest spot for Gvori. A Vodka So Pure and Tasty, You Could Drink it Solo. No Garnishes. No Ice. No Mixers. Check out the behind the scenes video here: https://vimeo.com/108986746 We knew we wanted a clean sparkly look from the beginning, but we needed to find the best techniques to realize our deconstructed cocktail concept. After planning with storyboards, animatics, and test shoots, we decided the best course was to shoot the lime and ice practically, while adding the liquid in post. We constructed a small motion control rig to lift the lime and ice cubes into the air while filming, giving us the speed and rotation we were looking for on set. All the liquid in this piece was then digitally rendered and composited into the footage. Made by: www.primenegative.com Camera: Blackmagic 4K, Pocket Camera (for Macro) Lenses: P+S Technik Zeiss Prime Lenses & Canon 100mm Macro FD Edited in: Premiere CC Water Sim: Realflow Bubble Sim: X-particles in C4D Compositing: Nuke, AE Rendered: Maxwell (water, bubbles), Arnold (Bottle)

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