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Trem Azul - \

Directed by
Ivan D'Antonio

Sound Engineer
Davide Grotta

Produced by
StratoStudios and Trem Azul

Trem Azul are:
Alessia Martegiani - Vocals
Massimiliano Coclite - Piano
Marcello Manuli - Bass
Bruno Marcozzi - Drums

Location
Tranqi Pub (Montorio al Vomano, Abruzzi)

Special thanks to
Luca Calisti
Fabio Calisti
Antonio D'Innocenzo
Marilisa Speca
Anna Marcacci
Lidia Conte
Giuseppe De Santis (Il Fachiro)

Graded with FilmConvert and FCPX

By Ivan D'Antonio
5D mkIII, KD P400 Ptra
Delawater - "Playing Wipeout"

Written, Directed, Filmed & Edited by
Ivan D'Antonio

Cast
Federica Schiavoni

Make-up
Laura Castagna

Costume Design
Ivan D'Antonio

Produced by
StratoStudios & Delawater

Thanks to
Big Stone Giulianova
Officine Indipendenti Teramo


Filmed with:
Canon 5D mkIII, Canon EF 24-105mm f4, Canon EF 50mm f1.4

Slider: ShooTools Camera One 80

Graded with FilmConvert and FCPX

By Ivan D'Antonio
Sony A7S, FJ 8543 VD
VIECH - Zentrale

https://itunes.apple.com/de/album/zentrale-radio-edit-single/id1049293197
http://www.viech.org

Video-Credits:
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

By Gerfried Guggi
Canon 5D Mark III, KD 5207 Vis3
The Strive - Keep Dreaming/FilmConvert Competition 2015

Music Video by The Strive - Keep Dreaming
Utilization of Kodak Vision 3 5207 & FijiFlim Neopan film stock emulation
Edited & Color Graded in FCPX

Director: Cara Myers/Vespera Films
Director of Photography: Scott Stacy
Stedicam Operator: Scott Stacy
Creative Directors: Cara Myers & Scott Stacy
Dancer: Eli Dewitz
Choreography: Cara Myers & Eli Dewitz
Editing and Color: Scott Stacy
Assistant Cameraman: Collin Martin
Focus Puller: Collin Martin
Lighting Designer: Brent Misenhelter
BTS Videographer: Stephan Locke
BTS Photographers: Stephan Locke and Phil Peterson
Grip: Nathan Fung and Jeff Knight
Production Assistant: Kyle Smith
The Strive: wearethestrive.com
Find their music on iTunes
Talent:
Mikaela Bengimina
Logan Cox
Cassie Dejongh
Misty Dixon
Crystal Garmann
Molly Jane Hawthorne
Lindsey Perryman By scott stacy

Panasonic GH4, KD 5207 Vis3
Lauri Schreck playing \

I was supposed to make an ordinary video presenting Finlands national instrumet the Kantele. Well, things got a little out of hand...

Anyway, first part of the song is done solely with Kantele (adding multiple guitar and other effects to it though) and then the rest is a little Dirty Loops inspired (they are just great!). The video was filmed at an old factory in Helsinki. I do play all the instruments on the recording and I've also done the whole music productions. This has been a fun project that I just had to do.

All instruments played by, music production, arrangement and mixed by Lauri Schreck

Video filming, editing and grading by Antti Kokkola

Audio mastered by Niklas Silen.

If you want to see or hear more of my music just visit
www.laurischreck.com

Special thanks to Timo Luukkonen for all the help!

Graded with FilmConvert

By Antti Kokkola
Red Epic, KD 5207 Vis3
The Ritual - Rattle the cage

Music video with FilmConvert

By Ulrik Ahlefeldt
Sony A7, Fuji Pro 160s
Nick Mellow - Airplane [Official Video]

Nick Mellow performing AIRPLANE
EP OUT NOW: http://smarturl.it/nickmellow

©2015 Sonic Service

http://nickmellow.ch/ │ http://www.facebook.com/nickmellowmusic


Produced & Directet by Timon Oberholzer

Camera: Lou Goetzmann
Story: Timon Oberholzer, Nick Mellow, Lou Goetzmann
Photography : Philip Jonathan Schwarz
Assistance : Rahel Bryner, Seraina Wenger
Colors: FilmConvert Pro

Written by: Nick Mellow
Arranged & Produced by: Nick Mellow, Lukas Speissegger
Engeneered & Mixed by: Lukas Speissegger at Foodcorner Studios, Rorbas
Mastered by: Michael Schwabe at Monoposto Mastering, Düsseldorf


LYRICS:

I’m standing by the window, lifting my eyes up to the sky where the planes fly high
And I’m thinking ’bout the times, when I had no troubles in my life

and I think I need a change to stand it all, I need a change to stand it all
when all my stregth to chase my goals seems to be gone

do you know that fear of what could be tomorrow
when there ain’t no way to

By Timon Oberholzer
Panasonic GH4, Different
Bacon dinner for sinners - Johan Rosen 2015

This piece of video is stuffed full of bacon and tasty snowboarding, baked together with fabulous landscapes and finally served on your dinner plate with a nice pale ale. A good meal that will make your mind travel back to winter. You could also call this a full part by the Swedish boarder Johan Rosen but thats way more boring.


Edited by Johan Rosen
Filmed with a Panasonic GH4
Color graded with FilmConvert

https://www.facebook.com/snackbreaksnow

By Johan Rosen
Panasonic GH4, Kd 5213 Vis3
Circomedia: Interplay

Short film commissioned in partnership with Bristol-based circus school Circomedia, as part of the 90 second film challenge for the Watershed, Bristol City Council and Bristol Temple Quarter. Screened at Creative Commons as part of the Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival

Director/Camera/Editor: Lee Matthews
Graded with FilmConvert

By Lee Matthews
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, Mixed
Waiting for Europa

Music video for Nick Black's, 'Waiting for Europa', from the album 'Godspeed'. Written and performed by Nick, and featuring Tessie Humble.
Video (initial concept, design, bluescreen shooting, modelling, texturing, lighting, rendering, VFX, compositing, editing etc) by Rory Mcleish.

Modo, Zbrush, After Effects ('Film Convert' plugin for grading), Photoshop and Premier.

By Rory McLeish
Sony A7S, FJ Prov 100
In Fun - Could It Be So Wrong (official video)

https://www.facebook.com/In-Fun-853581701386717/
Graded with film convert: http://filmconvert.com/

By Mathias Gotz
Sony F5, KD Vision 3 200T 5213, Fuji Vivid 8543
Maya Herman-Two Rooms MUSIC VIDEO--Color Grading // DaVinci Resolve // FilmConvert

This one is all about hipster culture. The narrative is people magically walking out of a dark room into various places- a trailer, a parking lot, a field, a city street. Color helped us define a location and time of day, from dawn to dusk, and differentiate between the different locations and storylines. The blacks are lifted, the shadows are tinted and grain is added to create an analog, warm feeling and the entire piece feels airy, organic and free flowing. Our references were the Instagram/VSCO esthetic- each scene was actually matched to a reference frame from the director’s Instagram feed, producing variety and color contrast between scenes, and eye-pleasing imagery. Each scene uses a complimentary color scheme- my favorite one being the royal violet/yellow of the field.
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Shot on Sony F5, graded on DaVinci Resolve 10.

By Tom Bah
Arri Alexa XT, KD Vision 3 250D 5207, Fuji Reala 8563
Eli Schwebel-Yagga MUSIC VIDEO--Color Grading // DaVinci Resolve // FilmConvert

This video is very graphic in its use of color- the exterior night scenes, shot with available light on Tel Aviv, contrasted with the studio scenes, shot on a background of solid colors. The Colors of the various sets were shifted and graded to establish a complimentary color scheme (especially on the Blue-Orange axis), and the flares induced by the vintage anamorphic lenses were enhanced and simulated to match across scenes. Cutting between the colors adds punch to the piece, while the flares and digital re-lighting tie it together. The night shots were tracked and graded to direct the viewer's eye to the cyclist, and the wardrobe and props in each studio set were highlighted and refined. This one is all about fun!
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Shot on Alexa XT with vintage KOWA Anamorphic lenses, graded on DaVinci Resolve 11.

By Tom Bah
Sony F5, FJ 8543 VD
Arlene Gould - Rollin' (ft. Lucille Crew) MUSIC VIDEO--Color Grading // DaVinci Resolve // FilmConvert

This music video has African roots- it was shot in an abandoned amusement park in the lowest point on Earth (The Dead Sea), in scorching heat. The use of color is both in controlling the harsh light and changing conditions, as well as in establishing the esthetics and vibe. Color even plays a rhythmic role here, in timed changes on beats- most work was done freestyle and jazzy, following the example of the music. The sun is prominent in setting the mood of this video, and everything is HOT! We went for a vintage, cross-processed look, with the heaviest grain we could muster, and some psychedelic color effects thrown in for good measure. The clean digital imagery was roughed-up to become as grungy and organic as possible, and the video is very high key, up to the point of over-exposure.
Shot on Sony F5

By Tom Bah
Sony F5, Fuji Reala 8563
Avihu Pinhasov's Rhythm Club-My Soul, My Love, My Life (Kapara) MUSIC VIDEO--Color Grading // DaVinci Resolve // FilmConvert

This video is an hommage to cinema- Bollywood meets Hollywood. The poor cleaner at the hairdresser’s meets the glamorous filmstar. His scene is emulating 50’s Indian and Arab films- faded, heavy grain, yellow highlights. When the woman of his dreams enters the barbershop, she brings with her a touch of Hollywood glamour- cinemascope, lush colors, and a remapping of the entire color palette- the RGB primaries become CMY, the fading effect is lifted, and the entire tonality emulates the classic film stocks of the 1950’s U.S. The color, in essence, is the story- painting the mundane reality in rich hues.
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Shot on Sony F5, graded on DaVinci Resolve 10.

By Tom Bah