Produced by Gwinnett Church & North Point Media for the Gwinnett Church Night of Vision & Worship.
Writer & Executive Producer: Lauren Espy
Produced & Directed by: Emily Beach
Director of Photography: Andy Waddell
Editor, Color & Finishing: Andy Waddell
Original Score Composed by: Jared Hamilton & Matt Adkins
Chalk Artist: Haley Allen
Sound Design & Audio Post: JJ Brummett
Lighting director: Bob Shuford
Talent: Olivia McMullin
Shot on the Black Magic Cinema Camera, edited in Premiere CC, graded with FilmConvert
Copyright 2013 North Point Ministries
shot using Canon t2i 550D 18-55mm lens FilmConvert FJ AST 100 shot & edited by: Rom FactolerinBy Romeo Factolerin
This is the official race film for Spartan Race which took place at Ski Morin Heights in Montreal Canada in 2013.By Greg Harris
This summer I took the opportunity to make with my girlfriend and family a four-day trip to Edinburgh, Scotland.
For me it was more a trial-trip. on another occasion I will spend more time in Scotland, because in the short time I have not seen to much of the country. Anyway we enjoyed every minute including making Scottish Tattoos (I was spared), lots of whiskey, Guinness and good food (Haggis).
we spent three days in the city and walked from one end to the other. for one day we rented a car to see something of the scottish nature and surroundings. The whole short-trip was wonderful.
(shot on Red Epic)
I wanted to travel with a compact Rig and do all Hand-held with Slow Motion settings and Fake Dolly-Jib movements. This movements were filmed only by hand, no tripods, no Dollys & Jibs were used but a little of stabilization work in post.
- Tamrac EXPEDITION 7X (full loaded 18kg)
- Red Epi
Bonus videos: http://goldsilver.com/hidden-secrets-money/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=VideoDescriptionBox&utm_campaign=Episode2 So there you have it folks, the Seven Stages Of Empire. Rather than write about the video itself and undo the simple elegance of Mike's explanations, I thought I'd come from a different angle -- what you can do to help us. The good news is that it is actually pretty simple. If you enjoyed the video and got something from it, please share it with your friends and family. That's it. There's no 800 number, no phone calls for donations, no pledge drive...just a couple of mouse clicks is all we ask in return for providing this educational series. Please Facebook it, tweet it, email it, whatever you can...these ideas need to be in front of as many folks as possible. Your help in sharing these videos helps us immensely. Even just clicking the 'Like' button above is great google juice that adds up to more people understanding how they are being screwed. As you wouBy Dan Rubock
"Lock 5" reworked to emulate Fuji H400 Pro film stock. Has an interesting look.By Marty Hardin
This is a piece I did a few months ago. I ran a couple of tests with FilmConvert. I pushed the grain to emulate a reticulated stock. I really liked the look of it, but the compression programs didn't like the grain. I output the highest quality I could, but I will be interested to see what Vimeo's compression engine will do with it....By Marty Hardin
An exploration of architectural abandonment and decay.
Music by -
Boards of Canada - Reach for the dead
Reupload from my film Pure, now graded in Filmconvert (first in Color/FCP).
Palolem, India. My favourite place to relax after weeks or months travelling through India!
My last 550d video, shot in low resolution raw in 720p mode
quality is not the best, but i like the feeling of video.
For color used filmconvert
Shot on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera MFT
ProRes 4.2.2 (HQ) Film Mode
Edited & Color graded on Sony Vegas Pro 12.
Lenses & Filters:
Vintage Russian Heritage Glass!
Mir-1B 37mm F2.8 M42
Helios 44M 58mm F2 M42
Eclipse ND Fader by Genus
Film Negative Emulation by Filmconvert
Film Negative Format: FUJI Velvia 100 (Modified)
Up to 6 Manual Color grading layers
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71 - Act 2 - No. 12a Character Dances- Chocolate
Conductor: Valery Gergiev & Kirov Orchestra
Talent: Ayman Suleiman
We like FilmConvert, but love Missy and Earl!
Besides producing films for clients, we regularly make short films, tutorials and production experimental videos that appear on our Panvista TV page - http://vimeopro.com/panvistaproductions/panvista-tv
The purpose of this film was to try out some new software in the editing phase. We love creating a film look to our work and have a huge interest in the colour process of digital video. We were lucky enough to get our hands on FilmConvert, a new plugin tool which give's digital camera footage the colour and grain of popular film stocks -http://www.filmconvert.com. By using this tool, we were able to generate the popular Fuji 8563 RL film stock to our GH2 footage filmed in the 'nostalgic' preset.
This film has helped us understand what can be done with FilmConvert, and can now be implemented, if needed, in our future work for clients.
Juelz On The Beat Mini Doc. (COMPLETE)By Serge Taveras
This is a brief overview run and gun style Mini-mentory study on teenage musician Michael Montero. Best if watch in HD in full screen since You Tube adds black bars on the aspect ratio. Shot on a Sony NEX 5 and Film Convert. Serge Taveras Jack Of All Trades Jonny Peña B-Camera Casey Brown InterviewerBy Serge Taveras
Went out and filmed my brother dicking about in a field due to boredom and the need for fresh air.
The local park is called no mans land, and the sun was quite beautiful.
Shot on my trusty 550d
'Little Army' by Sea Oleena
The light leaks used in this video can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/p2dr98s
This project was created as a demonstration of FilmConvert software. The software does an amazing job of emulation not only of film grain, but also the film stocks colorimetry. What makes it even richer is that the emulation is also based on the color profile of the aquisition device. This allowed me to use 4 different "film stocks" - giving me greater artistic control over the final look and feel of the finished piece. Very cool.
About the setting:
OBX is the abbreviation given to North Carolina's Outer Banks. Here in the states, the abbreviation has appeared as bumper stickers on cars. I recently spent a couple of weeks on the Outer Banks. I had forgotten what an amazing beautiful place it is.
• FilmConvert (FJ 8543 VD, FJ SuperX400, KS5207 Vis3, FJ8553 ET)
• Adobe Premiere CC
• Canon 5d Mark iii
• GoPro Hero 3, Black Edition
Submission for Film Converts 2013 competitionBy Tommy Davis
Competition entry for the FilmConvert challenge, using a trial version of the software.
KD 5213 Vis3
35mm full frame
Shot on Canon 7d
How do you maintain the strength to persevere when everything seems to go wrong? Michael Cunningham gives you his story. This is the first documentary covering a man who some look at as a legend in the metropolitan Detroit area. See how he arrived to where he is now, and the obstacles that he had to overcome at such a young age. With the help of siblings, a stern grandmother, and a little bit of grace he was able to find the strength to persevere.
Directed By: Zachary Cunningham
Second Camera/BTS: LaToya Colts (LADECO)
Music By: Marlin Jones
Edit/Grade/Produced By: Zachary Cunningham
Shot with: Canon 600d and 60d
Canon 40mm 2.8 and 50 1.8/ Rokinon 85mm 1.4, 14mm 2.8
Dreams in Motion takes you backstage during Sydney's first ever live soul music and fashion event.
Read the blog post:
The story of the Electric Coffee Company ( http://www.electriccoffee.co.uk ) in Ealing, London; its refurbishment, its re-opening, its coffee and the importance of community and the individuality of shops and cafes.
Shot entirely on the Leica M (Type 240) using a Leica 28mm Summicron ASPH, 35mm Summilux ASPH FLE and 50mm Noctilux ASPH, with some shots using a Leica OUFRO macro adapter. Ambient audio recorded on the internal microphone and interview recorded on a Roland R26 using a Rode lavalier microphone. Edited using FCP X. Partially colour graded in "Color" by Neil Patience ( http://www.patience.tv ). Final grading with FCP X and Film Convert. A Manfrotto 561BHDV video monopod was used for all shots apart from the interview, for which a Gitzo video tripod was used. I also used a Lee RF75 filter holder & hood, along with Lee ND filters.
Een samenvatting van alle wedstrijden komen binnenkort op:
Entry to FilmConvert Competition
Slight tongue in cheek result of filming your Dad mowing the law.
Been using filmconvert plugin a lot recently, and really liking it. Thought I'd try one of the B&W film stocks for fun.
Shot on 5dmkIII and 24-105mm F4/L
There is no story and script. It is a collage of of how we move, in different medium, in different places across the world.
Shot on Canon EOS 600D, graded in Film Convert Pro and edited in Final Cut Pro X.
Shot during our journey to Karpaty, Ukraine. All shots were handheld. Some parts of the footage may be shacky (because of bad road situation in Ukraine and crop factor). The natural look of Karpaty mountains is still gorgeous.
Edited in Premiere Pro CS6, than graded with FilmConvert plugin for PP (FJ SuperX 400, Color 100%, Grain 50%) and sharpned up. Shot on 550d with 50 mm f/1.8, Samyang 14 mm f/2.8. I was using auto WB, standard picture profile. Also, i was using Magic lantern to get more bitrate. So thank you Magic Lantern team for that possibility #magiclantern.fm
Music presented by MusicBed (themusicbed.com)
Follow me on: vk.com/alex_tybin, facebook.com/alex.tubin
Camera : Lumix GH3 & Leica R lenses (Elmarit 24mm f2.8, Summicron 50mm f2, Elmarit 90mm f2.8).
Editing : Adobe Premiere Pro
GRading : FilmConvert
Prior to being a source of knowledge and emotions for those who will read it, the book is only a pile of leaves, which will find its final shape in the hands of the bookbinder, whose art convenes the needle's tip, paper's rustling and smells of leathers.
Avant d'être une source de savoir et d'émotions pour celui qui le lira, le livre n'est d'abord qu'un tas de feuilles, qui ne trouvera sa forme pérenne qu'entre les mains du relieur, dont l'art convoque la pointe de l'aiguille, le frémissement du papier et les odeurs de cuirs.
Hier lectrice, aujourd'hui relieuse et restauratrice de livres anciens, Frédérique Navereau a décidé de se mettre au service de l'objet livre, en lui dédiant sa vie professionnelle.
A travers ce film, j'ai voulu tém
On our road trip from NYC to LA we drove through Texas and stopped to test our Magic Lantern Firmware for the 5D Mark III at an abandoned rest area. Images were graded and some film stock was used using Film Convert, and excellent product. We decided to use it as our entry for their clip competition. Watch in 1080p!By Ian Feiner
Sam Riehl, the youngest professionally operating blacksmith in Louisiana, breathes new life into an old profession, infusing form and function through metal arts.
Directed, edited, and shot by Brennan Robideaux
Music: "Retrospect" by Chapters of Eight - https://www.facebook.com/ChaptersOfEight (check them out!)
Photography by Malarie Zaunbrecher
The Norman defeat of King Harold's army would change the course of English history in a profound way... a fusion of Norman-French and Anglo-Saxon culture and language.By David Doré
The Charco Redondo has been in the Ramirez family for six generations. Ricardo "Rick" Ramirez is fighting to keep the cattle ranch alive and continue his family's legacy.By Kyle Osburn
Filmed whilst shooting for his Albion Interview.By William Evans
Shot, designed and edited by Gairik Sarkar
Music: Clint Mansell "The Last Man" from The Fountain soundtrack
Locations: Sandakphu, Tumling, Pelling (North Bengal, Sikkim)
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EOS 550D,
Canon 16-35mm f2.8, Canon 24-70mm f2.8, Sigma 10-20mm F/3.5 DC
Yongnou TC-80 C3 Timer Remote
RAW images processed in After Effects CS6, edited in Premiere Pro CS6
Colour graded with FilmConvert plug-in
I made this video on a sad and rainy day.By Jetlag
went with some friends to check out this abandoned location for an upcoming video, and it seems to look like a house or some type of isolated hotel. There were some cool textures, so I decided to grab my t3i and get some footage. Also decided to slap on some film convert for that organic film look and have this shot in 3.55:1 anamorphic widescreen. I do not own the music. the track is called Dark Sanctuary by les memoires blesseesBy boima anderson
Filmed at Coxhall Gardens in Fishers, INBy Brenton Oechsle
Um patrimônio histórico tombado por uma obra audiovisual.
Canon FD 28mm f2.8
Auto Sears 135mm f2.8
Revuenon 70-210 f2.8
Canon FL 55 f1.2
Lumix 14-42 f3.5-5.6
Editado no Premiere CS6
Correção de cor feita no Film Convert
Música: The Dark Symphony - Roger Subirana
Efeitos sonoros: www.freesfx.co.uk
An historic patrimony immortalized in a audio-visual work.
Test video made with Lumix GH2
Edited with Premiere CS6
Graded with Film Convert
Music: The Dark Symphony - Roger Subirana
Sound Effects: www.freesfx.co.uk
Maceió | Alagoas | Brazil
I shot some short clips of the car known as the "Freak". It's owned by eGarage co-founder Nick Jimenez. Located in Redwood City, Ca. I used FCPX to edit and FilmConvert to grade the footage and give it a look. I also used MotionVFX's mFlare.By wilfredo
Music used by permission: Mike Witting / Kevin Sullivan "Laurel is Advantage'By Alan Marino
No story, just random shots.
100% GoPro Hero 3 Black, 1080p 60fps conformed to 24fps.
Shot in raw protune mode. Color Correction in Film Convert.
Music by Ólafur Arnalds - A stutter
"The Bay" is a short film that highlights some of the most iconic points of interest in San Francisco aka The Bay. Shot on a Blackmagic Cinema Camera. Edited in FCPX. Graded with FilmConvert using Film Stock FJ Velv 100.By wilfredo
All footage is new and original. Photographs courtesy of the Santa Monica Pier Restoration Corporation. Shot on the Canon 6D. Edited with Final Cut Pro. Colored using FilmConvert Pro Trial (FJ Velv 100).By Sharif Matar
I took my original short film that I shot in San Francisco about 1 year and brought it into FilmConvert (filmconvert.com) for a re-grade. I really love the way this software makes digitally shot footage looks. It's pretty much the most accurate way to emulate 35mm or 16mm filmstock. As far as cameras go I shot this on the Canon 60d (some shots on the 5D Mark II) and 24-105mmL F4 IS lens with a Zacuto Z-Finder, and no tripod. I really like this version more than the original.
I suggest you download the original film to fully appreciate the emulsion and grain as Vimeo's compression ruins a lot of the magic!
Music composed for this piece by Jamie Harper
Watch the original video here: https://vimeo.com/44260789