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SONY FS700, KD 5207 Vis3
The Guainumbi

The Guainumbi is a person that tries to make the change within themselves.. because they have realized that when they change, the world changes around them.. and they have learned that this is the only way they will get the world they desire.. This mini documentary show us that with small acts, we can inspire others towards the creation of a more ecological world.

By Suguru
Sony A7sii, FJ Velvia 100
Ojai Valley “Shangri-La”

Laura and Lauran were married under one of the many oak trees at Ojai Valley Inn which is great symbol of lasting marriage. As Laura mentioned the scenic venue provided a lot of great atmosphere without needing much added to it. Her style seemed to favor a timeless approach and she chose a photographer who shoots film which you don't see often these days. I choose to grade the film with a heavy film look to match the feel getting away from the latest push for ultra high sharp looking videos and staying away from effects like slow motion and drones. I prefer to focus on the important moments of the day by being patient and letting the action unfold in front of the camera rather than chasing it or setting up fake scenarios. Natural emotion, solid composition, finding the light and great audio are to me what makes this film stand apart. The music was licensed via the Musicbed and I choose to edit this film in mostly sequential manner rather than jumping around too much so the energy woul

By Robert Schwieger
Canon C100 mark ii, FJ 8563 RL
The Redemption

In this video I spend a Saturday in my yard being active and trying to land a trick that got the best of me the weekend before.

By Mark Goethel
Canon G7X, FJ SuperX 400
The Most Haunted Island in the World

Poveglia has had a VERY tumultuous history. Its first residents arrived in 421 AD after trying to escape the barbaric invasions of Venice and around the 9th century, the tiny island became densely populated and grew in importance. It later became the turf on which many wars were fought against the barbarians and while most were won, Poveglia's residents had to be permanently displaced in 1379 by the Venician government so it could fortify and use the island to counter the attacks of the Genoans. When the bubonic plague hit Venice in 1348, Lazzarettos (quarantine centers) were established on many small islands including Poveglia to try to contain the pandemic. The Black Death revisited Venice in 1462, 1485, 1506, 1575-1577, and 1629-1631. The 1629-1631 outbreak ended up being the deadliest with an estimated 80,000 deaths in just seventeen months. The islands surrounding Venice were becoming dump sites where victims were thrown into grave pits. Those who simply displayed symptoms didn't

By Renato Zampieri
Canon G7X, FJ SuperX 400
From Fields To The Open Sea

Shot with Canon G7X, edited with Final Cut Pro + FilmConvert. The Isola di Sant'Erasmo (St. Erasmus) is the largest island in the Venetian lagoon, though it's only sparsely populated. For years this has been Venice's countryside, the agricultural zone which produces the fruit and vegetables consumed by the hungry city. Among its produce, particularly renowned are the artichokes (carciofi). The landscape is flat, and dotted with farms and rural small-holdings. It couldn't be more different from Venice, whose bell-towers and churches can be seen on the skyline.

By Renato Zampieri
A7s, KD 5207 Vis3
Jack & Lauren's Wedding Preview

FilmConvert allowed me to balance a wide variety of natural light locations while maintaining the same polished look. It's shots like these that make color grading fun!

By Richard Charney
Canon 70D, FJ 8543 VD
The Land I Was Born On

The Land I Was Born On: “When you call yourself an Indian or a Muslim or a Christian or a European, or anything else, you are being violent. Do you see why it is violent? Because you are separating yourself from the rest of mankind. When you separate yourself by belief, by nationality, by tradition, it breeds violence. So a man who is seeking to understand violence does not belong to any country, to any religion, to any political party or partial system; he is concerned with the total understanding of mankind.” - Jiddu Krishnamurti Shot in Dharavi, Mumbai - one of the largest slums in the world by Composer / Film Maker Niraj Chag. This is a track from his latest album titled "Mud Doll". The piece is an exploration of Nationalism and National identity. Composed, arranged, mixed and mastered by Niraj Chag at Buzz-erk Studios London. Taken from the album 'Mud Doll'. Indian Violin Solo - Nawazish Ali Khan Video directed and edited by Niraj Chag Thanks to: Anil

By Niraj Chag
Panasonic Lumix GH4, KD 5213 Vis3
Musica da Ripostiglio - L'Orchestrina da Ripostiglio

A music video I shot for the fantastic italian swing band "Musica da Ripostiglio" ("Closet Music", because, as they say 'we feel "Chamber Music" would be excessive'). It starts with a little short, then become a surreal music video full of great actors: Paolo Sassanelli, Ernesto Lama, Giovanni Esposito, Marit Nissen, Gaia Bassi, Sergio Del Prete, Ivano Schiavi, Francesco Rivieccio, Germano Ciaravola, La Tarantina... Shot run and gun in 5 hours in Naples.

By Simone Salvatore
Sony A7s, KD P400 Ptra
Dry

Short film created by Kyle Lowe. Shot on a Sony A7s and a DJI Inspire. Edited in FCPX and colored with FilmConvert with the KD P400 Ptra stock.

By Kyle Lowe