It is my passion to share with humanity the beauty that I see in the world. Maui has been like a second home to me and I knew I wanted to go and share the feeling I have for the beautiful island. I created this film as a start to my film career and what better place to do it than a place filled with newness. I am so happy to share with you my first short film, Beautiful Maui.
Edited in Premiere Pro CC
Graded using Film Convert
The beautiful city I grew up in.
Edited in Premiere Pro CC
Graded using Film Convert
The power of the waves of Nazaré, Portugal.
Camera Nikon D7100
Music by http://crossesmusic.com/
I was sent away on a shoot to Trieste. I have only been to Italy once - strangely enough last time it was also to Trieste. It's a small but lovely little city if you know where to look. We had fun filming and I was lucky enough to catch a few moments here and there to cut this little video...
No time for a tripod.
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
Kiev 16-u Lenses: MIR-11M 12mm F2 / VEGA7-1 20mm F2 (I forgot to bring my TAIR-41M 50mm F2)
RAF Cameras Kiev 16-u to M4/3 Adapter (rafcamera.com/en/kiev-16u-to-mft-mount-adapter)
3D Printed adapter + 58mm Tiffen ND filters (0.6/0.9/1.2)
ProRes 422 HQ 25p
FCPX > Film Convert (FJ8543VD + some additional grading to taste)
"Take Your Things" by Stoltz (http://www.stoltz.co.uk) - Big thanks to him for letting me use it!
Time to Fly est un mini documentaire qui nous emmène à la découverte des paysages que Claude arpente depuis des décennies pour assouvir sa passion de la pêche à la ligne.
Réalisation : Beber et Riton
Le pécheur : Claude Hincelin
Cadrage, Montage, Etalonnage : Beber et Riton
Montage Son et Mixage : Valentin Brion
Musique : Ludovico Einaudi : "La linea scura"
Color graded with Film Convert
filmed and edited by Ebo Fraterman
music Tom Tykwer
Winner of the 2014 DepicT! Royal Photographic Society Cinematography Award.
"Can’t spell DepicT! without epic. Fantastic way to spend 90 seconds" -Robbie Ryan, BSC
"Stunning cinematography and production values that you don’t normally see in this fantastic competition"
"Really stunning – small and perfectly formed"
"Beautiful and gets in deep"
"Liltingly beautiful cinematography"
Just a short test of my new bmpcc at iso 200 in low light situation.
Filmed in raw, imported raw files in resolve and exported as prores. Imported prores files in fcpx and color corrected with filmconvert.
You can download prores file here:
camera: bmpcc + metabones speedbooster (bmpcc version)
lens: nikon 20-35 (hoya variable nd just for the sky shot)
Used FilmConvertBy Tri?u Quang Huy
A short film to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Environmental Investigation Agency
Shot on C100
graded with FilmConvert
My first trip to Vietnam, to this land which is a part of me.
Places visited: Halong Bay, Hanoi, Hue, Hoi An, Saigon, the Mekong delta, Phan Tiet.
" We’re on the 24th of December, here it is, I’m finally in Vietnam. We just landed in Hanoi, capital of the country. It’s a first for me, I’m with my family, with my father who left this country at the age of 18. Since I was a little boy, I dream about making this trip with them, with him. After several hours on a local bus on his way to the East, we are boarding on a junk, heading for the bay of Halong. I’m in the middle of this bay and the sight of these hills tearing open the sea through this mist fascinates me. It’s Christmas Eve, but my mind is elsewhere, being here is my gift.
The next day we are back on the road to the South, and will succeed to each other Hu? and its Imperial city, the astonishing and preserved village of Hoi Han and finaly H? Chí Minh, said Saigon. This last, megalopolis with i
Short documentary I shot and directed for LAMP Community, a homeless shelter in Downtown LA's Skid Row.
For more information on LAMP and their services: http://www.lampcommunity.org/
Graded using Film Convert
A week in lovely Barcelona during the holiday season of 2013.
Shot on a GH2 with a Fujian 35mm C-Mount lens, Minolta Rokkor-X 50mm and the 14-42 kit lens.
Graded in Premiere using FilmConvert and Colorista II.
Music : "Avenida Del Sol" from www.freestockmusic.com
Gaudi font from http://haroldsfonts.com
A profile video of Randy Beeson, Master Craftsman Cabinetmaker and Woodworker. Randy has been building things out of wood for over 40 years. He doesn't remember ever choosing to do what he does, it was more a part of who he is.
If you like the video, you can also visit:
Director of Photography - Oaken Beeson
Editing - Oaken Beeson and Alicia Beeson
Camera Operators - Oaken Beeson and Ifrain Rodriguez
Motion Graphics and Logo - Alicia Beeson
Canon 5D Markii and T4i
IDC System Zero and JAG35 Follow focus systems
Sennheiser Mics and H4N recorder
Adobe CS6 Suite
Graded with Filmconve
As an owner of a video production company we get a bit snobby about our tools. I've had an iPhone 5 in my pocket for months but honestly never had the inclination to use it. But one sunny spring day I went to the creek with the family and realized I forgot an SD card in my DSLR. So left with the option of shooting nothing or using my phone, I chose the latter.
Since I had my tool chosen for me I decided to give it the old college try and see if I could make something decent with no extra help. So no accessories, no stabilization tools, no fancy phone apps, no lenses. I used only the iPhone and my own hands, and an occasional rock.
I did cheat a bit at home though, this was edited in Premiere Pro and colored with Film Convert. But hey, cut me some slack, I draw the line at iMovie.
Graded with Filmconvert
Scheduled for demolition, the Twin Peaks mall was opened up to a select group of street artists to do what they do best, go big. Organized by Gamma Acosta, artists from the surrounding areas beat the summer heat sweating and painting for over a week. The outcomes are shown here. Built in 1985 the mall had a good run but just as the 80's had to sadly end, so did indoor malls. But what better way to go then to be covered in art.
Shot on a canon C100
DJI Phantom, gimbal, GoPro Black Hero +
Edited almost all in Premiere Pro CC
Graded with Filmconvert
A lens or two
To see more from xSeedDesign:
Filmed with a Canon 1100D. Music: Kevin MacLeod Licensing: email@example.com Copyright @ RevinFilms FilmConvertBy Craciunoiu Adrian
A Day at the Park - Short film by Richard Langberg - Shot with the Canon EOS t3i with a 50mm 1.8. Graded with Filmconvert.By Richard Langberg
A clip of the nature in the Ramat Menashe region in Israel - May 2014 Cinematography & editing: Arbel Rom ???? ?? ????? ????? ??? ???? - ??? 2014 ????? ??????: ???? ??? http://www.ehpro.co.il Equipment used: Canon 5D Mark III Canon 16-35 2.8L II Canon 100 2.8L Macro Canon 24-105 4.0L IS Canon 50 1.4 Varavon Slider with Motoroid kit Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro Graded With Film Convert.By Arbel Rom
A simple clip of a 3 year olds perspective.
Used Mini track dolly and steadi cam.
"Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge"
Black Magic Pocket Cinema camera
Lenses: Canon 28mm 1.8, MF3 Lumix 14mm
Music: Lee Rosevere : Eileen
Graded with filmconvert Shot with : Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera, Polar C/y 28mm 2.8 lens In Prores proxy mode (high compression, because my cheap sd card cant take anything over than that) Song : On our side ( you tube music library)By Adriano Leal
FilmConvertBy Christopher Sims
Es gibt sie, die Gegenstände, die jedem Wohnbereich eine individuelle Handschrift verleihen. Und es gibt diejenigen die für diese Individuelle Handschrift verantwortlich sind...
Ein Portrait über Anna Kestner.
Film von Joschka Möller
Piano: Sven Kirsten ( http://namariemusic.de )
Gitarre: Lars Bremkamp ( http://www.amberroom.de )
Grading: Filmconvert Pro
Camera: Panasonic GH 3 with Voigtlaender 17,5mm, Canon 70-200mm, Canon 50mm FD, Walimex 35mm
Blackmagic 4K camera shoot of Rotterdam harbour, spot the AMIRA shot! Everybody seems to have their favorite spots, mine is the harbour of Rotterdam. When I got the Blackmagic 4K I spend three days in March driving around the harbour to capture some stuff. One day was so misty it turned into this video: http://www.vimeo.com/90443453 the other two days turned into this video. The idea was to take a piece of music that was almost too wel known and abuse it. For more into on my experience with the Blackmagic camera check this page: http://www.maartentoner.net/cloudy-with-a-chance-of-4k/ Will soon update with some info on my editing experience, just incase anyone cares :) Filmconvert used for nice cinematic filmsy look. Here some behind the scene pics shot with the EOS M to give you some idea of the BM 4K setup: http://www.flickr.com/photos/maart/sets/72157643146634593 Music: Beethoven 5th Symphony Licensed from Premiumbeats.comBy Maarten Toner
(Film Convert Cinematography Competition Entry)
Written and Directed by Wandy Sinesi-Giusti
Starring Jérôme Girault & Lola Mathiron
1rst Ass. Dir. : Benjamin Schirtz
Music: Cults - You know what I mean
www.windsurfing2014.pl Windsurfing na Narodowym prezentuje -
King Of Hell Trailer
- rezyseria, zdjecia, montaz - Modest Media - www.modestmedia.pl
Alley Cat 27.septembris, 18:00 Miits Kashuks - Run video - Davis Jansons some colors with Film ConvertBy Davis Jansons
Shot and edited by www.mpaynecreative.tv
Massive thanks to Desturction Unit for letting me use their track Bumpy Road - https://www.facebook.com/pages/DESTRUCTION-UNIT/111553368888795?fref=ts
Full spectrum time-lapses were shot on a 7D converted by Spencer's with a Tiffen deep red filter on the lens.
Night shots were done on an EosM and a 5D2, all running magic lantern nightly builds. Grade was done in premiere using Film Convert
A short video shot on the trip to Hallendale beach and Everglade National Park.
Music- DUSK by Evan Duffy
Its my first documentary went to the beautiful country of Belize and captured my home church's first mission trip. My weapons of choice are GH4 and C100. Color graded with Film convert and Final cut xBy AJ Francois
The ‘Art of Making’ series aspires to display and highlight certain people, which go against the spirit of today’s pessimism and desperation. They dare to dream and create with zeal and imagination. Armed with passion for knowledge and emotion, they attempt to combine the precision of science with the elegance and resourcefulness of art. We thank them wholeheartedly for their contribution.
directed / edited / vfx - Dimitris Ladopoulos, Spiros Rasidakis
director of photography - Nikos Mexis
sound design - Nikos Tsines
music - The Three Corners of the Earth, The Fire Shall Devour Us
(shot using available light, with Canon 5D+7D, edited in Final Cut Pro X, tracked with PFTrack, composited in After Effects and FilmConverted)
Serrats, art in the elaboration of handmade preserves
Software - After Effects, FilmConvert
Pieces of wood, love, knowledge and 299 hours of work, condensed in a 3 minute film.
The ‘Art of Making’ series aspires to display and highlight people who go against the spirit of today’s pessimism and desperation. They dare to dream and create with zeal and imagination. Armed with passion for knowledge and emotion, they attempt to combine the precision of science with the elegance and resourcefulness of art. We thank them wholeheartedly for their contribution.
Directed & VFX - Spiros Rasidakis, Dimitris Ladopoulos
Director of photography - Nikos Mexis
Editing - Yiannis Kostavaras
Sound design - Nikos Tsines
Guitarist & composer - Edsart Udo De Haes www.edsartudodehaes.nl
Guitar maker - Vassilis Lazarides www.lazaridesguitars.com
Software - After Effects, FilmConvert
visit film page www.theartofmaking.eu
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My first real test with my canon 5D MKII in magic lantern RAW video. Shot during my trip to Charlevoix region in Quebec , Canada.
There is so many possibilities with colours when shooting RAW, it's just beautiful.
Graded in Davinci Resolve And Filmconvert
Featuring Chris Smith and Jane Murray-Smith of Nanoose Bay, BC, Canada.
Audio: Gareth Dickson - Happy Easters
Wyatt Visuals - Vancouver Video Production
Shot on: Blackmagic Cinema Camera (Bmcc) Dnxhd
Audio: Rode Ntg-2, Mixpre-d, Tascam dr40
Lenses: Sigma 8-16, Tokina 11-16, Samyang 24, Nikon 50 ais, Nikon 100 ais
Graded: Davinci Resolve and Film Convert
Sun Chasers is a short film I made on a Sunday afternoon with breakdancers Preston Kyd & Tarquin Samuels, and is one many "just for fun" videos I will be uploading on my personal channel from now on.
The title is derived from the fact that we were chasing the sun, rushing from location to location, trying to shoot after the harsh sunlight faded and just before the sun set. We filmed around various locations of our hometown in Durban, South Africa.
Breakdance is a beautiful form of expression, there is something captivating and unreal about being in mid air for just over 1 second, whether you're the dancer or the viewer, you
can't help but say "Wow."
I aimed to prolong that "Wow" moment with the use of super slow motion. I hope you enjoy watching this and this if you have any technical questions, just leave a comment!
The track, used with kind permission, is Katy B - 5AM (Sketchy Bongo Remix)
À Brains, Leïla Si Moussa est l’une des rares exploitantes agricoles qui récolte et commercialise des plantes médicinales dans l’agglomération nantaise. Elle compose un choix de tisanes à partir de récoltes dans son grand jardin et en cueillette sauvage.
Plus d'infos sur " les tisanes de Leïla " :
Leila Si Moussa - La Pilaudière - 44830 Brains - firstname.lastname@example.org
Distribution : AMAP - Magasin de la Ranjonnière - Bouguenais - Le Wagon - Pannecé - Marchés
Image : Lumix GH3 - Filtre hoya
Son : cravatte sennheiser et rode videomic
Montage : FCPX
Grading : FilmConvert
Shot in Belgrade, Serbia. © 2014 Lazar Bogdanovic and Hristina Papadopulos Graded with DaVinci Resolve and Film Convert using Fuji SuperX 400 stock The term craft is a Turkish loan word of Arab origin, and denotes skill or knowledge. Crafts are forerunners of industrial mass production. Craftsmen who perfected their craft would make their product from beginning to end. Once, the shops of old craftsmen such as candy makers, bookbinders, candlemakers, watchmakers or tailors could be seen everywhere, but now they are few and far between. Although these professions are not lucrative anymore, there are several craftsmen in Belgrade who save their crafts from oblivion. As a rule, anyone who practices old crafts inherited that occupation from the previous generations as a family tradition. Mass production enabled products which are far cheaper than the ones old craftsmen used to make and slowly made old crafts sink into oblivion. Art Director / Hristina Papadopulos Cinematography / LazarBy Lazar Bogdanovic
Filmed at the Atleo River, BC, Canada on September 3rd, 2013 for The Central Westcoast Forest Society
Writer / Producer - Drew Burke
DoP / Editor - Mark Wyatt
Vancouver Video and Film Production
Solina Sea - Gareth Dickson
Blackmagic Cinema Camera BMCC 2.5k, Sigma 8-16, Tokina 11-16, Samyang 24mm, Nikon 50 and 100.
2 shots with 5d mark iii (raw magic lantern)
Graded in Resolve with Filmconvert
Rode NTG2, Mixpre-D, Dr-40
GH-3, Lumix 12-35 2.8 -35-100 2.8 - Various Vintage Nikkor Glass - Kessler Pocket Dolly - New cut done in Premiere CC and graded in Filmconvert - with KD5207 Vis 3 Film & 35mm 3 perf setting.
The piece was shot on the Luseno Indian Reservation east of San Diego.
Wonder if this is where the Mustang Fastback that Steve McQueen drove in the movie Bullitt, ended up?
This film tells the story of a 23 year old man with a passion a little out of the ordinary.
Situated in the heart of Lancashire, The Weird & Wonderful is a Natural History store specialising in the highest quality taxidermy, osteology and entomology from around the world. Norman Wright, founder and owner launched the web store in the middle of 2012 from his bedroom and by January 2013 the stock and business was rapidly outgrowing his home. After an 8 week renovation, the flagship store opened in July 2013 and has grown rapidly since.
Norman provides an insight into these beautiful practices which are often misunderstood.
Footage treated with FilmConvert.
Filmed and edited by KNOW MEDIA - www.know-media.co.uk
Dubbed ‘the pearl of Africa’ by Sir Winston Churchill, Uganda is one of the continent’s most beautiful and welcoming countries.
Documentary Film about Batwa Tribe and Kabale
Directed, Filmed and Edited by Ionut Turda
Edited in Premiere CC
Color grading: Colorista II and Film Convert
Sony Fs700 + metabones speed booster
Canon L series
Promotional teaser for a TV pilot based on the life of John "Shrek" McPhee. Color graded with Film Convert Pro.By Lee Schneider
WARNING: THIS FILM CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT THAT MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME VIEWERS.
"A Life on the Line" is an exploratory film; it follows a weekend on a trapline with my father in May, 2014. He explains, how trappers have a deep connection to the wild and how just being in the woods is often the greatest reward for those who continue in this traditional way of life.
I don't wish to glamorize the harvesting of animals, I merely wish to shed some light on a lifestyle that my ancestors thrived on and, that for all intents and purposes created the country of Canada.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email them to me at email@example.com
This film was shot in the Duck Mountain Provincial Forest in western Manitoba, over a warm and blizzardy weekend in May. It was shot entirely on a Canon C100 with a wide variety of lenses, most notably, a Dog Schidt FF58. It was edited entirely in Adobe Premiere and graded with
This is the first of two segments that I made for the wonderful One Day In Denver filmmaking project.
The second piece will focus on the journey of the paper boats from Cherry Creek Reservoir, moving North along Cherry Creek, and into the city, culminating in their arrival at Confluence Park in Denver, where Cherry Creek meets the Platte River, and begins it's long trip east to the Mississippi, and eventually the Atlantic Ocean.
A million thanks to my awesome assistant and 2nd camera operator, Kris Farruggia for lending his time, effort, talent and commitment to helping me execute such a goofy idea.
Thank you to Matt Bliss, as well, for his profound patience and good sense of humor. Trying to get 100 stupid paper boats to cooperate wasn't easy. I'm so grateful you were willing to play along!
Thank you as well to Travis Thompson from the Denver Water Department, who's knowledge and experience will be featured in the 2nd segm
A glimpse into the hard work and motivation behind the people who build walking paths through the wild and beautiful Scottish Highlands
Shot mostly on a Sony FS700 (apart from the aerial shots which were shot using a Canon 5Dmk2, from a microlight at about 6,000ft)
Cut with Final Cut Pro 7 - graded with FilmConvert
[NOTE: This streams from Vimeo at 1080p. You can download the source H.264 UHD 2160p rendered at ~25 Mbps by clicking the "Download" button below and using the "Original .MP4 file" link. Alternatively, you can view this in UHD 2160p online at http://youtu.be/N-9HXx1Bul4 by clicking the gear icon there.]
BACKGROUND: Last year, when the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera arrived, I made a video to break it in - http://vimeo.com/hpmoon/nyc - and laid down a commentary to share some insights - http://vimeo.com/hpmoon/bmpc. I challenged the camera to known weaknesses, while crafting a fully-formed lyrical piece beyond the abundance of rough tests and demo clips.
With the launch of the Panasonic GH4, we're back to that same moment, seeing no shortage of test runs, but few large-scale works. Getting my early GH4 coincided with a trip to Chicago for a film festival I was in, so after a couple of days getting-to-know, I spent my last day running around the city before
Early morning in Paris. The city and its most iconic monument awaken as the day rises.
Shot with the Panasonic Lumix GH4.
Mode | Cinema 4K 4096x2160 24p
Lenses | Panasonic 14-140 mm, Panasonic 45-175 mm, Olympus 9-18 mm, Olympus 45 mm, Olympus 75 mm
Slider | Konova K1
Music | U137 - Watching the storm - Licensed through The Music Bed.
Grading | VisionColor Osiris LUT and FilmConvert
Filmconvert's excellent film emulation software now has a S-Log2 profile for the FS700 which works beautifully to give the picture an organic film-like look, based on actual film stock. Love it :0)By Dave Tarvit