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Sony a7s ii, KD 5207 Vis3

The Video is about traditional songs in Oman, which reflect Omani traditional art, and Sohar is one city in Oman where these traditional songs are practiced.

By Fahad Al Dhuhli
Sony FS5, KD P400 Ptra
Corbin - Hunker Down

Corbin, formerly known worldwide as Spooky Black, returns with a cinematic visual for “Hunker Down,” taken from his debut album Mourn. The forest is not only present, but central. Corbin is heading up north, to "where 61 touches the waterline," referencing the highway that traces Minnesota's arrowhead, along the western edge of Lake Superior. The woods are an escape, and it can be a crushing one. / NPR While shot in two Wisconsin towns not far from Corbin’s home of St. Paul, the video could be seen as a personal one for director, Braden Lee as well. Not only did he write, produce, direct, shoot and edit the project in just three weeks, Lee also hails from Minnesota and, as he shared with us, the cement pouring scene was filmed in a quarry he “spent many summers as a kid.” / BOOOOOOOM Think: wide shots of barren landscapes, close-ups of smoking Cadillacs, and a really really unnerving high pitched whine. And that's just the intro. Think also: a really good, slow, moody tune that'l

By Braden
Phantom Miro , FJ 8543 VD
The Graeme Watkins Project "Love In Abundance"

A music video that exudes the ideals of youth and freedom through a colour-filled frenzy - The video was shot at 1000 frames per second to portray a concept indicative of the longevity life; you catch yourself blinking and before you know it, it is over. The Music Video was shot and directed by Rick Joaquim and would not have been possible without an amazing team consisting of the film crew, dancers, models and the band.

By Rick Joaquim