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Denali

Official music video For Emma Hill's "Denali"

Get Emma's music at:
http://www.emmahillmusic.com/
http://emmahill.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/emmahillmusic


A Ben Massey Film
Shot on Canon 5D MK3 using Magic Lantern RAW
https://vimeo.com/benmassey/

Colored with FilmConvert and a custom LUT.

special thanks to:
sarah phipps
dean phipps
bryan daste
vicki wiewel
dave kull
bambi hill
henry hill
talkeetna air taxi
emma hill
pipe dude
chef dude
james thompson iv
natha thompson
mitchell phipps

By Ben Massey
canon 5d mkii, Fuji Prov V 100
SIJI - 'Lagos Lullabye' (official video)

Video produced and directed by SIJI
Edited in FCP7
Graded in Apple Color with FilmConvert

I'd always loved Scorsese's Taxi Driver particularly the scene in which the protagonist, Travis Bickle drives his cab around the mean and seedy streets of New York city's Times Square.

Taking a cue from this timeless classic, I sought to take in and showcase the grittier side of Lagos in line with the songs candid lyrics. My kinsman and co-producer, Ade Bantu was on hand to capture me singing my heart away in the cramped backseat of our gypsy cab as it snaked its way past police check points, busy market streets, grinding traffic, admiring fans and petty traders, all of which make up this colorful and manic metropolis.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Las Gidi (Lagos) in all it's rugged and funky technicolor glory. Kindly enjoy and share.

'Siji

Lagos Lullabye is now available as a free download from; h

By SIJI AWOYINKA
canon 5d mkii, Fuji Prov V 100
SIJI - 'Home Grown' (Official EPK)

Video produced and directed by SIJI
Edited in FCP7
Graded in Apple Color with FilmConvert

Siji's forthcoming album "Home Grown" is currently scheduled for release in spring of 2014. Two and a half years in the making, the epk goes behind the scenes to chronicle the concept behind the record and the personal journey that inspired it's making.

for further information, kindly visit www.sijimusic.com

By SIJI AWOYINKA
Blackmagic Cinema Camera (2.5K), Canon C300, Canon 600D/7D, KD Portra 400
Somewhere Safe To Sea

A quick look into the life and times of Jamie Doe (AKA The Magic Lantern) a folk and sea shanty singer songwriter based in London.

Jamie's new album 'Love of Too Much Living' is out very soon available at www.the-magic-lantern.co.uk

film convert

By tom@mccagherty.co.uk
Canon 6D, GoPro, FJ 8543 VD
Discover Australia

It is rare that we have heard of the term Street Videography, while we have heard quite a bit of Street Photography.
This is my own attempt of Street Videography in Sydney and Melbourne.

Thanks to Jimmy Indra who has brought me to Australia on Assignment with Axioo.
Also thanks to Inocensius Valentino, Muji Zhuang, Trisatya Dharmawan, Hana Mahatmayanti who has brought me around and provided Accomodation :D

Equipment:
Canon 6D
Tamron 24-70mm F2.8
Tamron 70-200mm F2.8
Sigma 50mm F1,4
Canon L 16-35mm f2.8

DJI Phantom
GoPro Hero 3+

Colored Using: Film Convert

By kalvin ananda
Canon 6D, Canon 550D, FJ 8543 VD
Jiwa & Energi Trailer ....

An Album Trailer for an Indonesian Artist, Ivan Handojo ....
His album titled "Jiwa Dan Energy" which translated to "Soul and Energy" in English is packed with Old Motown Soul Music feel and the raw energy of indonesian musicians.
However, Ivan believes that his music is more than just pretty music, rather it was a representative of Indonesian people Soul and Energy and also his play list was arranged carefully to show that despite Indonesia being a struggling country in midst of many corruptions and bad living condition, the people in Indonesia still have hope .... the future is bright, with Soul and Energy, we could all rise up from the ashes :D

Colored using: Film Convert

By kalvin ananda
Canon 6D, FJ Ast 100, 35mm Academy
Rise

Rise- Is the story of how boxing became Terry Nickolas's life and the level of motivation and determination it takes to succeed.

Shot on the 6D and graded with Film Convert Pro.

By Solomon Scopazzi
Canon C300, fj Velv 100
Leah Colored with FilmConvert

Featuring Documentary filmmaker and photographer Leah Shortell

Leah is a character profile short that was filmed on-location at the City Methodist Church, located in Gary Indiana, it’s one of the best known and most popular Midwest locations for movie crews, indie films, music video's and photographers.

Leah Shortell is an independent documentary filmmaker and photographer from Chicago, Illinois. She has traveled the world for her work, visually capturing life and culture one frame at a time. She graduated in 2012 with a Masters of Fine Arts in Independent Film and Digital Imaging, and currently teaches digital film and speech courses at Saint Xavier University in Chicago.

See exclusive behind-the-scene photos and find out what gear and techniques were used to make the video.
http://www.posthousepictures.com/leah/

Cinematographer/Editor - Kevin Otterness - https://twitter.com/KevinOtterness
Music courtesy of The

By Kevin Otterness
Canon 1DC, Plrd 600
Sacrosanct - The Sacred Streets of India by Ekafilms

A lot has changed in the last 50 years and India has witnessed major westernization in their culture. In this ever-changing world, there are people who are still the same, committed, concerned, cautious; intellectually curious, linguistically witty; socially active, sometimes awkward; quick to laugh, slow to anger. They still haven't taken up the increasingly advancing social networking on the internet and they care least about it. People are still living in the same old streets which haven't been exposed to this modernization. Shot, Directed and edited by Shrishail Hiremath. Graded with FilmConvert Pro Camera: Canon 1DC

By Shrishail
Canon EOS C100, FJ 8543 VD
TOMORROW

“The sunrise is G-d’s greeting – the sunset, His signature.” I set out to capture a short piece that would paint this spectacle and enable Sydneysiders to share this moment we are able to experience every evening with their friends and family across the world.

'Tomorrow' is a film that captures the beauty and emotion of a sunset in Sydney behind the city skyline. To me, a sunset is about the ending of 24 hours and the transition to a new day, a time we are able to reflect on the past, enjoy the present and contemplate our future. 'Tomorrow' was filmed from Rose Bay and Dover Heights over a period of two sunsets.

For licensing enquiries, you can contact me via Vimeo or my website.

Website - https://ashershellim.com
Instagram - instagram.com/ashershellim
Facebook - facebook.com/ashershellim
Graded using FilmConvert

Music: Found, Ryan Taubert

By Asher Shellim
Canon C300, Plrd 600
Hållbar livsstil

Rickard köper en gård i Skåne med drömmen om att skapa en tillvaro som är ekologisk och hållbar. Nu arbetar han hårt för att bygga om sekelskiftsgården till ett självförsörjande jordbruk.

Shot on Canon C300 with Canon L-series glass.
Graded in Premiere Pro with Filmconvert and Colorista.

By Daniel
Canon C100, FJ Prov 100
Bennebroekse Feestweek 2014

The Bennebroekse Feestweek is an annual 3-day festival in Bennebroek, The Netherlands. The festival is for the young and the old, for everyone to enjoy. I spent three day's filming everything and then edited down to +/- 3minutes. This video was shot on the Canon C100 with a Canon 24-105mm and a Nikkor 80-200mm lens and it is graded using Davinci Resolve and the fabulous FilmConvert OFX plugin.

Music by Secrets In Stereo - "Right Here, Right Now" (Licensed trough The Music Bed)

www.jellehelwig.nl

By Jelle Helwig
Canon 6D, FJ 8543 VD
PERSPECTIVE

Written & Directed by Luis Rech, Nicolas Tessari and Rodrigo Machado.

A short film that explores three points of view of three different characters.
This short is an experience, where it should be produced each part of the plot in 60 seconds.

This film was shot on a Canon 6D over the course of four days in Caxias do Sul, Brazil, with Canon lenses. The color grade was done in FilmConvert Pro and was based on variations of FJ 8543 VD LUT.

By Rodrigo Machado
Canon C100, FJ 8543 vd, FJ Neo
Frank T. Martinez / Starz Denver Film Festival Bumpers 2013

Frank T. Martinez - Modern Abstracts

One in a series of bumpers created for the 2013 Starz Denver Film Festival. Five artists were commissioned to create a work of art highlighting the festival theme of "Paint the Town Red". They were given complete creative control and we filmed the process, end product and interviews. Each bumper is 30 seconds, these are both put together with the slides at the end for easier viewing.

This and the other 4 mini documentaries focus on art and what it means to the artist and to the world. Individually they showcase an amazing artist, as a whole they give an idea of what it means to be an "artist".

Each short will be shown before the movies during the festival run, and the finished artwork will be on display in the Filmmakers Lounge at the Denver Pavilions. If you don't make it to the festival please visit their websites at:

Angelo Ambrosia - Glass Blower: http://www.ambrosiaglassart.com

By Oaken Beeson
Canon C100, FJ 8553 ET, KD 5207 Vis3
Angelo Ambrosia / Starz Denver Film Festival Bumpers 2013

Angelo Ambrosia - Glass Artist

One in a series of bumpers created for the 2013 Starz Denver Film Festival. Five artists were commissioned to create a work of art highlighting the festival theme of "Paint the Town Red". They were given complete creative control and we filmed the process, end product and interviews. Each bumper is 30 seconds, these are both put together with the slides at the end for easier viewing.

This and the other 4 mini documentaries focus on art and what it means to the artist and to the world. Individually they showcase an amazing artist, as a whole they give an idea of what it means to be an "artist".

Each short will be shown before the movies during the festival run, and the finished artwork will be on display in the Filmmakers Lounge at the Denver Pavilions. If you don't make it to the festival please visit their websites at:

Angelo Ambrosia - Glass Blower: http://www.ambrosiaglassart.com
Saram

By Oaken Beeson