Found footage of an astronaut making a disappointing discovery.By Andrew Finch
This is a scene from our first feature film, The Long Road Home. We originally used another film grain product, but recently regraded the entire film using Filmconvert. This was Fuji 8563 RL with the grain set to 100 on 35mm academy.By Adam J McKay
Music (??????): Jamie Evans — Opening DoorsBy Dmitri Novikov
Music (??????): Ergo Phizmiz — Gargantua Outtakes http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ergo_Phizmiz/Outtakes_from_Gargantua/Gargantua_OuttakesBy Dmitri Novikov
Music (??????): Marcel Pequel — Five http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Marcel_Pequel/From_One_To_Nine/marcel_pequel__from_one_to_nine__05By Dmitri Novikov
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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
R.I.T.S. and Elliott & Tritton productions present...
Austin St. Jean
Daddy Issues ft. Joel Faviere
Directed by Ryan Elliott
Produced by Ben Tritton
Edited by Ben Tritton & Ryan Elliott
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
Music used by permission: Mike Witting / Kevin Sullivan "Laurel is Advantage'By Alan M Marino
makeup – Elena Oana (Atelier Pour Femme by Dudu);
model – Stefania Cristina Mihailescu;
décor – Saria;
concept story – The Gathering Agency
music - Stefania Cristina Mihailescu
locatie - Hotel Restaurant La Castel
video - www.fondantemedia.com
The latest film production of Cinematic Motion; 'Clash'. Entirely shot on the new Panasonic GH3.
Unfortunately, Vimeo's scaled it down to 720p but still looking decent I guess.
Logline: 'It's never too late to change your life.'
Camera: Panasonic GH3
Lenses: Panasonic 14mm 2.5 + 11mm wide converter
Panasonic 20mm 1.7
Olympus 45mm 1.8
2x 1250 watt halogen, 1x 1000 watt halogen, 1x 500 watt ledpanel, a bounce & a small led on batteries.
Dolly + track, slider, fig rig & crane.
Let us know what you think of the film! :)
Treasure Hiding Credits:
Director: Otavio Dias
Vocals: Bianca Tadini
Music performance, editor and producer: Otavio Dias
Recorded in july 2012 on Logic Pro with the VST instruments:
Sampletron, EZDrummer, Arturia's Mini Moog, Renaissance, FM8, EVP88, Sculpture and Octopus.
Effects: Space Design, Maserati, Turnado, CLA Vocals, FF Timeless.
Guitars solos performed with M-Audio Keystation 49e and Amp Design.
Mastered with Ozone5.
Cinematography and Edition: Otavio Dias
Filmed with 5D Mark III and Cinestyle.
Lens: Canon 100mm 2.8, Canon 50mm 1.4, Canon 16-35mm 2.8.
Edelkrone Follow Focus and rig.
Edited in Premiere CS6.
Color grading: FilmConvert and MB Looks.
Post: SK Frame Accumulate and Twixtor.
Camera Assistant: Pedro Tejada e Adriana Latorre.
"Treasure Hiding" from Cocteau Twin's album "Milk and Kisses".
Music and Lyrics
This footage was all shot on the RED EpicX with Nikon and Tokina lenses on Inishark and Inishbofin, Ireland this summer of 2013. The original footage is also posted here, but this was processed using FilmConvert software in Premiere Pro using the Kodak 5207 setting. Music was performed by local musicians contracted for the larger project, Cultural Landscapes of the Irish Coast. This was originally put together for the locals to see what we did with our time there, so various people show up in shots for the fun of it, like Tommy Burke's knee!By William Donaruma
All footage was shot on a RED EpicX with Nikon and Tokina Lenses. Music was by local musicians contracted for the 'soundtrack' for the ongoing project we are producing, Cultural Landscapes of the Irish Coast. The original video may also be seen here, but this one was processed using FilmConvert software in Premiere Pro with the Kodak 5207 setting.By William Donaruma
Here's a quick, low rez clip from our upcoming travel series WEWANNAGO. Episode 1 has us travelling through Turkey with stops in Istanbul, Cappadocia and Pamukkale. This short clip shows my wife Kseniya, her brother Kirill and myself (camera guy) taking our first steps into the historic site of Aya Sofya (Sancta Sophia). I've stripped out most of the voice overs and typographic/3D overlays— Saving the best for last :) So far, this episode is sitting around 9 minutes and that's just enough to show off the best of what Istanbul has to offer.
We're working hard to get the first 4 episodes live this summer and we appreciate the support and motivation.
***IF YOU LIKE THIS TYPE OF CONTENT, PLEASE FOLLOW ME***
Stay tuned for WEWANNAGO TRAVEL DIARIES... coming soon.
Shot on a Canon C300 and an iPhone 5 mounted with the Steadiam Smoothee and Filmic Pro.
Graded with FilmCo
A quick preview of some footage we shot while on location in Pripyat and Chernobyl. We shot over 3 hours of footage and we'll be editing it over the next 2 months for our launch of WEWANNAGO travel diaries. This is a low quality output as I want to save the good stuff for the the final edit.
Shot with a Canon C300.
Graded with FilmConvert.
Kodak Vision 3 5207 @ 60%
Film Grain @ 0%
Temperature @ 5000K
If you like what you see, please follow me :)
Thanks for watching,
...By Omar Torres
Sick of the small town life in Los Baños, California, Miles left immediately after high school. Nine years later he returns to attend his father’s funeral and finds the family farm in shambles, his childhood friend trapped in an abusive relationship and the memory of his father haunting him. Feeling a sense of responsibility for abandoning his past Miles must get over his animosity towards the town if he wants to make a difference. Meanwhile his corporate job depends on his immediate return to Seattle.
NOTE: "Return to Nowhere" was previously titled "Middle of Nowhere" and might still be referenced that way on some social networking sites. We are in the process of updating these sites and apologize for any confusion.
This is a commercials I shot with the BMC.
Cut in CS6.
Film look provided by Film Convert
Este vídeo va dedicado a mi papá... Y todos los demás padres.
This video goes dedicated to my father... And all the other fathers.
Shot on Nikon D7100
Filmación: Matías Rispau & Juan Lopez
Música: Boris C.Q.
Shot with a Canon 5D2 with Tamron APS-C 60m Macro lens
Lit using The Kick from Rift Labs (http://riftlabs.com)
Audio: "hydroscope" by Gallery Six (http://soundcloud.com/gallery-six)
Graded with FilmConvert Pro in AE
I took a trip to Didcot Railway Centre in Oxfordshire hoping to get some interesting shots. I was in luck as some of the staff were being trained to drive a little loco. Probably one of the most pleasant afternoons I have ever spent!
This film was graded using the awesome Film Convert software which turns red footage in to something really special! The music is from royltyfreekings.com.
Camera - Red Epic
Lenses - Canon 100-400mm L Series, Olympus Zuiko 16mm + 50mm primes.
My setup was very simple. The Epic had the battery side grip and a 5" monitor + a few Red Volt batteries and 3 X 128gb mags. I also had a carbon fibre Manfrotto tripod which is both light and strong. The Epic is surprisingly easy to use and despite filming in 5K the footage is easy to edit and grade!
FilmConvertBy Jon Vane
Visual App - Available now on the Windows Store. Title: Visual App - Your ideas come alive. Music: Kill for Love - Chromatics Client Visual Group Inc Producer everyonelive.com Director/DP/VFX Gaston M Camera Florencia F B We want to thank Uruguay's CCE (Spain Cultural Center) for the generosity and kindness in giving us the location to film.By Gaston Morixe
The official video from the group Emoticon Dawn.
Visual concept/story by Cloud in the Sky Studios.
© 2013 Cloud in the Sky Studios Inc. All rights reserved.