Yuki is the Japanese word for snow. Any attempt to portray Rusutsu without mention of the Yuki that falls here would be a very incomplete illustration of Rusutsu, Hokkaido, or even Japan. The snow is why we go to Japan in the first place, thus in the snow is where our video journey to Rusutsu begins. This is why we dedicate the first episode solely to the incredibly deep and unbelievably light snow that buries Rusutsu each winter. This is the first reason we travel to Japan; to find that feeling we are looking for when we chase Japow.By George Knowles
The Kautzky farm started in 1899 with Gregs grandpa who was an orphan and found his way to Iowa where he married and started this farm over one hundred years ago. Greg hopes to pass this farm one day to one of his sons and continue the family legacy.By Michael Wilson
The short film was used to promote a new cocktail for Lurra Cocina in Des Moines, IowaBy Michael Wilson
This was a Chef's Table inspired project for a local Venetian baccaro style restaurant. We wanted to really focus on what makes the restaurant special, details details and more details. We tried to convey the feeling of the experience through the mix of color, film grain to play off the textures and sound.By Jon Walley
The story of a young man who lost his brother to the sea, and his struggle dealing with grief.By Gerbert Floor
Director/DP/Editor: Eden Gebert Revisor/B Camera: Andreas Skorczyk C Camera: Markus Schwerer Drone Pilot: Janis Klinkenberg Drone Camera: Simon Straetker Assistant Editor/Director: Felix Golenko Assistant: Hagen Müller Intro Animation by: Luis Dilger Music licensed via: Premiom Beat "Fearless" by: Reaktor Productions "Off Limits" by: Score Squad Trainer: Pascal Krauss Team: Rothaus BergradsportBy Eden Gebert
Nataļja un Jurijs kāzu video 08.07.2016. FilmConvertBy Martinš Naglis
wedding video shot on SONY A7S Mark ll with Sigma Art, Canon L lenses and Tamron 15-30 lens luts & filmconvertBy Peter Komár
Music video for a new single promoting next Gooral album with the same title. Crazy trip to Morocco, lot of heat and fun!By Michal Lapinski
'Coffee Run' follows professional photographer & coffee lover, Mark Lipczynski (marklipczynski.com), as he navigates through a city's coffee scene. He meets with baristas, roasters & photographers to discuss the specialty coffee movement & it's impact on the community. In this pilot episode, Mark explores the diversity in Seattle's people, landscape & culture. Presented by Food Talkies (foodtalkies.com) & BITE (readbite.com).By Andrew Gooi
Chef Brian Konefal of Coppa Cafe explores what Mother Nature has to offer & the inspiration foraging has brought to his dishes.By Andrew Gooi
It's more than just making ice, it's about the craft's purity. Ross Simon, proprietor and bartender at Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour (bitterandtwistedaz.com), shows how he creates ice that maintains the integrity of the drinks he serves.By Andrew Gooi
Mr. Tam, a veteran pastry & dim sum chef, reminisces about the Mid-Autumn Festival & why he continues to make mooncakes by hand.By Andrew Gooi
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Horror Short FilmBy Marc
This is my trailer for the new hiphop /House record by Cuthead. Its called "Return of the Sample Jesus" so we decided to create a UFO like scene of the coming of this Jesus. The Car is just moving in the first two shots, the rest is faked by shaking it and projecting a moving background and rain from a garden hose.By Robert Arnold
Follow a group a person's with disabilities, along with volunteers and family members, as they travel to Romania to inspire and share what their lives look like with the hope that by doing so, they will be helping to make the world a better place for others with developmental challenges. This Is How Change Happens: One Person One Gesture One Moment at a Time Even though Romania is a developed nation, its attitudes toward people with disabilities lag about 50 years behind those in British Columbia. There are very few services there, and those that do exist have a largely institutional model.By Joseph
Aftersalsa - White Collar first single of "Chances" EP https://www.facebook.com/aftersalsaofficial Credits: Directors: Simone Biagini - Debora Agerba Cinematographer: Simone Biagini Editors: Debora Agerba - Simone Biagini 1st AC: Edoardo Sandulli Actress: Laura Carugati Actor: Alberto Biagini Shot on Sony A7s using Helios 58mm and Schneider Kreuznach Super Cinelux 2x anamorphic lens with Focus ModuleBy Simone Biagini
Sometimes inspiring others to conservation starts with the simple act of giving them a place to walk. That's one of the driving forces which compelled Matthew Christiansen to spend this past summer digging trenches, cutting overgrowth, and maintaining the vast network of trails in the Monongahela National Forest located in West Virginia. In partnership with the Student Conservation Association and the U.S. Forest Service, Matthew set out to make his mark on the very lands which helped inspire his path to the study of environmental science. But as it goes with the outdoors, Matthew soon discovered the deeper truths of how a simple shovel and a pickaxe can move others to action.By Luke
A weekend getaway and elopement in Charleston, SC.By Luke
While out in LA for a week of recording, I found an old beat up Pontiac LeMans in a Rent A Wreck parking lot. The next morning I picked up the car for a 24 hour period, got a group of friends together, and went out and filmed a 24 hour road trip.By Luke
An 18-year-old high school graduate comes home after school to find out his mother has arranged a job interview for him — without his permission. A short film about taking control of our lives by making proactive decisions.By Davide
Sophie, ein wohlhabendes junges Mädchen, trifft am Bahnhof auf einen älteren Mann, der ihre Hilfe beim Ticketkauf benötigt. Nachdem sie ihm das Ticket gekauft hat, überlässt er ihr das Wechselgeld. Beim Gespräch im Zug wird dem Mädchen klar, wer der Mann eigentlich ist und sie versteht erst jetzt den Wert des Geldes, das er ihr überlassen hat.
Regie: Alicia Zimmermann
Regieassistenz: Cristobal Gallego
Kamera: Davide Quatela
Ton & Musik: Hyung-Guhn ‚Hugo‘ Yi
Schnitt, Sound Design & Color Grading: Davide Quatela
Script/Continuity: Cristobal Gallego
Buch: Alicia Zimmermann, Davide Quatela
Produktion: Davide Quatela, Alicia Zimmermann
Schauspiel: Svende Linder, Okay Göksu
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Short video for VFX course in film school. Shot on a Sony a7S II and the Mitakon 50mm f/0.95 in 4K with S-Gamut3.Cine/S-Log3. I was manly trying out After Effects' own 3D Camera Tracker. Graded in DaVinci Resolve after applying the wonderful Neat Video noise reduction and FilmConvert. Huge thanks to my brother and his four clones for helping me with the shoot.
See some of the before and after shots on my website: http://davidequatela.de/floating
All of the sounds are from freesound.org:
• klankbeeld — https://www.freesound.org/people/klankbeeld/sounds/251395/ (CC BY 3.0)
• kiefspoon — https://freesound.org/people/kiefspoon/sounds/144551/ (CC0 1.0)
• luciolepri — https://www.freesound.org/people/luciolepri/sounds/187365/ (CC BY-NC 3.0)
• sfx4animation — https://www.freesound.org/people/sfx4animation/sounds/268880/ (CC BY-NC 3.0)
• pushkin — https://www.freesound.org/people/pushkin/sounds/100414/ (CC0 1.0)
Dark scenes from NYC in the final days of Winter...
Filmed of several days in early March on Sony a7S to test 16mm film look. Glass was Canon 24-105mm F4 L IS and 35mm USM IS with Metabones Smart Adapter IV. Shot in S-Log/S-Gamut with FilmConvert FJ Velvia Color 100% Curve 100% Grain 50% + Gorilla Grain 16mm Medium Dirty at 60% applied in post.
Filmed entirely handheld at 3200 ISO with IS lenses.
"Martian Cowboy" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Graded with FilmConvert
Directed par Forty7 www.forty7.fr
Sony A7S with S-LOG2 and Zeiss 24-70 f4
Music by KASSEO- In Your Eyes (ft. Cordelia O'Driscoll)
Color correction: Filmconvert with PPcc2015
Shot on the A7S
Graded with FilmConvert
For FilmConvert CompetitionBy Jon Fairey
The strongest and sweetest songs
yet remain to be sung.
-- Walt Whitman
May it go well with your marriage!
Music: Cathedral - Her Eyes (themusicbed.com)
This video has been entered into the FilmConvert Color Up competition.
Chris and Emily Peters Wedding film, Quincy IL
Shot on Canon 5dmk3, 5dmk2, and Sony a7s.
Graded with FilmConvert and Colorista.
Trailer for our upcoming short film!
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Screenplay, Directing, Editing: Josh Mullner
Score by: Nick Robertson
Sigma, Canon, Nikon, and Zeiss lenses.
Is a photograph just a representation of existence in a moment that can never be relived again? Or is it a moment in time that stays connected to us through our emotions? What if it was a time portal to a moment long passed, and yet still existing, a moment in which we become the bystanders to our own lives.
This Film has been entered into the FilmConvert Color Up competition.
Gerfried Guggi, Arne von Nostitz-Rieneck // Produktion & Konzept
Arne von Nostitz-Rieneck // Regie
Gerfried Guggi // Kamera
Harry Kemp // Kamera Assistent
Joel Kernasenko // Beleuchter
Manuel Prett // Beleuchter
Katharina Klinger-Krenn // Maske Band
Julia Hager // Maske Tänzer
Julia Leiter // Choreografie Tänzer
Madelaine Nostitz-Rieneck // Kostüm Tänzer
Benjamin Nachtigall // Kostüm Tänzer
Katharina Wallner // Kostüm Tänzer
Anna Nostitz-Rieneck // Kostüm Tänzer
Mirjam Ruschka // Kostüm Band
Nicole Boigner // Tiertrainerin
Arne von Nostitz-Rieneck // Schnitt
Gerfried Guggi // Farbkorrektur
Lisa Schmölzer // VFX
Florian Grünberger // VFX
Dina El Heliebi // VFX
Elisabeth Anna Brucker // Set Fotografie
Mariano Margarit // Set Fotografie
Gedreht im Vienna Sound Vienna Light - Studio, danke an Gernot Ursin und Andre Schwarz
Danke an Marion Luttenberger
Connecting my life back to a pizza was my concept for an application video to Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts Fall 2016. Although I wish I had more time, this was the final version that was submitted in my art supplement.
Submit a self-introductory video essay (2 minutes max.) without appearing in the video in any way (including any photographs of yourself). The video should highlight something about yourself, your personality, or your interests not related to film. Your film should demonstrate your abilities in visual story-telling and creativity rather than technical abilities.
Directed By: Andrew Phan
Cinematography By: Andrew Phan & Marcus Soto
Written By: Andrew Phan
Edited By: Andrew Phan
We All Play A Part - Musicbed
Special Thanks To:
Pieology - Woodland Hills
The project was shot on a Sony A7S as well as a Canon 5D Mark III. Film Convert's Kodak Vision 3 5213 was applied to give a more cinematic look which o
produced by Christopher Cole - www.christophercolefilms.com
Sony FS7, DJI Phantom 3 pro, Dji Ronin, Sony A7s
John and Erin get married in Littleton, Colorado - August 2nd, 2015By Christopher Cole
If Woody Allen were about to make a movie in Vienna, this would probably be his opening scene.
Slow Jazz music combined with the cinematic look of yellowish, bronze & brownish colored beauty shots of the city. Inspired by the 'Midnight in Paris' opening scene, this project was shot (on a Sony A7s) & edited between August 4-7, 2015 on location in Vienna, Austria. Graded with FCPX color and Filmconvert.
Music by Sidney Bechet - Si Tu Vois Ma Mère
This is my first short film. It's called No License. I shot, directed, and edited. My good friend wrote it and we got 8 friends together to act and play various parts. We completed everything in less than 60 hours. It was an ordeal but we made it! I graded it with filmconvert and am now wondering what took me so long.By Christopher Hosein
This video is about TRAILERBy Stephan Boeker
A Beekeepers guide to bees: care, observation, and provide what they can for the well being of these amazing creatures; along with years of experience and knowledge of course. Well you can start simply as Renée had until her curiosity led her to tell the story of these powerful bees through her emotionally charged still imagery.
Renée's story is that of a curious observer who decided to try something new and it's led her to amazing places. She has traveled to Italy to photograph beekeepers and advocates for beekeeping without the use of pesticides.
You can see Renée Ricciardi's photography and her bee project at http://reneericciardi.com
Follow Renée on Twitter: @RenKRicci
and on Instagram: @Renee_Ricciardi
Our pretty awesome gear came from Lens Pro To Go: https://www.lensprotogo.com
I was asked in early September to do a same day edit for Jan Acosta and her future husband Jake Zipay. She wanted something very cinematic and movie like. I knew it would've been way harder to do it by myself so I asked my sister and good friend and brother in law to help out. Since focus would be really critical with the moving shots on my ronin and the fact that native glass has autofocus, which is more user friendly for my assistant cameramen; I decided to rent Sony Fe glass to go with the Sony Cameras we were using and forego with my canon glass on this occasion. I do not regret that decision one bit and might just sell my canon glass now. With some careful planning we were able to create something magical for their night. Starting at 830am and shot till 7pm. I started editing around 5pm while my team helped with the remaining shots.
Edited in 3hrs. I used FilmConvert to Color Correct the video to give it a more film like feel while still keeping the natural colors the camer
Artist - A Girl Named Dave
DP/Director Alec Watson
Shot on Sony A7S in Long Beach CA
Colored with FilmConvert
Reupload of the winning 60 Hour Film, Slow Down https://vimeo.com/141368887
Regraded with FilmConvert.
An abstract narrative from unscripted events exploring the Virginia countryside.
The voiceover is an aural blackout poem of sorts, made from an old recording of Thessalonians I found.
Special thanks to Hope Jenkins and James Jenkins Sr. for lending yourselves as actors and transportation.
A7S, graded with Scratch and Film Convert.
RX100M4 on one rainy day in TOKYO.
Music: Daughter - Love (Synkro Edit)
Graded with FilmConvert