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The Wedding Day Of Hayley & Dominik

Let's meet Hayley & Dominik who decided to pledge their love in Fara Church (Poznan, Poland).
They are a great couple! Their family and friends from all over the world made us feel very welcome there.
We didn't just set up the camera on a tripod in the corner; we nearly lost our breath looking for the best shots of this wonderful event, but luckily we got saved by one of the guests with a mug of beer :)! And here it is - the highlights of this amazing wedding in a magnificent Biedrusko Palace! Enjoy!

Graded with DaVinci Resolve & FilmConvert.
Music: U2, Beautiful Day

By kamil
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 7D, FJ SuperX 400
The Third Eye. A Blinding Moroccan Experience - A Timelapse Film

‘The Third Eye. A Blinding Moroccan Experience’ is a video shot entirely using the timelapse technique, which lays emphasis on the unique energy and vibe of Morocco. The third eye is a gate leading to another space and dimension, where you can see more. Morocco dazzles, awes with its rich history, culture and the variety of landscapes. This video is the record of our unique experience and the incredible joy of creating in this magical, mysterious country.

From the Jemaa el-Fnaa square buzzing with life and mystic mosque towers of Marrakech, to Berber stone villages lost somewhere in high Atlas and moon-like Anti-Atlas sights, along with the Sahara desert and Erg Chigaga dunes - this trip has helped us rediscover a lost, but very vibrant world, which in a sense hasn’t changed for thousands of years.

It was crucial to prepare properly for the journey and shooting. Our goal was to create motion controlled timelapses using an innovative 3-axis motion control s

By kamil
A7S, KD 5207 Vis3

An abstract narrative from unscripted events exploring the Virginia countryside.

The voiceover is an aural blackout poem of sorts, made from an old recording of Thessalonians I found.

Special thanks to Hope Jenkins and James Jenkins Sr. for lending yourselves as actors and transportation.

A7S, graded with Scratch and Film Convert.

By James Jenkins
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.
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!
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.
Shot on Sony F5, graded on DaVinci Resolve 10.

By Tom Bah
Sony F5, KD Vision 3 200T 5213, Fuji Reala 8563, Ilford Delta 3200
Keren Peles-Only God Will Judge Me MUSIC VIDEO--Color Grading // DaVinci Resolve // FilmConvert

Keren Peles-Only God Will Judge Me MUSIC VIDEO
This music video was shot entirely in the studio. The various scenes are merely hinted in the props and styling, and color and contrast is used to differentiate between the various sets- the courthouse, the Sufi dancers, the tattoo parlor, the cool drummer-chick, the Indian bulbul tarang player. Color is contrasted with Black and White, cool is contrasted with warm, reds are contrasted with cyans and yellows, and each set maintains its own color palette. Essentially, it’s grunge rock meets the Orient- and it’s cool…
Shot on Sony F5 with Arri Shift & Tilt lenses, graded on DaVinci Resolve 11.

By Tom Bah
Sony FS7, KD Vision 3 250D 5207, Fuji Eterna 8553
COZÌ Studio-BLOOM LAMP Product Video--Color Grading // DaVinci Resolve // FilmConvert

The aim of the piece is to show the intricacy, precision workmanship and thought that goes into manufacturing the designs of the COZÌ design partnership. Yuval and Ofir (the designers) took us with them behind the scenes, and the color highlights the textures, materials, tools and machinery used in the fabrication process. The use of FilmConvert gave us an organic look, emphasized textures and differentiated the warm wood and the cool metals. We also tried to add contrast and enhance the dramatic lighting, and showcase the final design in all its glory.
Shot on Sony FS7, graded on DaVinci Resolve 11.

By Tom Bah
GoPro Hero3, KD Vision 3 250D 5207, Fuji Reala 8563
ROBOMOW Road to Berlin--Color Grading // DaVinci Resolve // FilmConvert

Dedicated to football fans around the world!
This was shot on a DJI Phantom mounted GoPro shoot, during a 4-day road trip across Europe- from Barcelona, Spain, to Berlin, Germany, in anticipation of the 2015 Champions League finals. The use of color in this spot highlights the various countries, adverse weather conditions, times of day and climates that span the continent. Many effects were simulated in the color grading process- among them fog, sun flares and day-for-night. We looked for wide vistas, rich blues and greens and a sense of depth. Achieving variety was key, while also fighting the digital, over-sharpened look the GoPro often produces.
Shot on GoPro Hero3, graded on DaVinci Resolve 11.

By Tom Bah
Arri Amira, Fuji Reala 8563
GA-DE Cosmetics Brand Film--Color Grading // DaVinci Resolve // FilmConvert

This cosmetics company brand film called for delicate pastel colors, warmth and beauty, producing eye-catching imagery along the cyan-orange axis. The sun was either enhanced or added in post as veiling flares, as well as stock foreground elements. The make-up and skincare products were highlighted and kept true-to-form using actual product samples. We paid particular attention to skin tones across varied conditions- dawn, midday, evening and night, seeking a sophisticated urban lifestyle feel, and going for an airy, low-contrast look, with open shadows and diffused highlights.
Shot on Arri Amira with Ultra Prime lenses, color graded on DaVinci Resolve 11.
Director: Anders Hallberg.
Stylist: Simon Elmalem.

By Tom Bah
Sony FS700 + Odyssey 7Q, FJ 8563 RL
Green Triangles - graded with FilmConvert

"Green Triangles" tells the story of the Caribbean island of Dominica, through the words of local historian and poet, Dr. Lennox Honychurch.

Shot for the 2015 Dominica Film Challenge.

Director / DOP / Editor: Dan Barham
Director / Producer: Andy Rogers
Voiceover: Dr. Lennox Honychurch, recorded on location in Fort Shirley, Dominica
Client: Bolin Marketing / Discover Dominica

Shot on:
Sony FS700 & Canon L lenses
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera & Panasonic 12-35 lens
DJI Phantom 2 & GoPro Hero4
iPhone 5s

Edited in Adobe Premiere CC
Colour Correction in Davinci Resolve

Soundtrack: "Across the Sea" by Blake Ewing. Licensed by The Music Bed.

By Dan Barham
Panasonic GH4, KD 5207 Vis3
Autumn in the City

Short impression of autumn in my City Breda in the Netherlands

Soundtracks: Drops by Cedric Baravaglio, Clear Sky by Cedric Baravaglio. - See more at:

Recorded on October 26 2015
Camera Panasonic gh4 + 17mm pancake lens
Color: Vlog and the new Filmconvert pro Panasonic Gh4 Vlog profile

By Ton van de Merwe
Red Scarlet-X MX, FJ 8543 VD
"Come With Me" Vyla Vice Music Video finished with FilmConvert

Kyla Vice - "Come With Me" Official Music Video
Directed by Johnny Bones
Cinematography and Color Correction By Andrew Scott Baird

The Color Correction process of this music video was crucial to seeing the vision come to life. All of the subjects in the video were practical, and in post Johnny removed the rods for the puppet, and added veins, particles, smoke, etc to create a gorgeous story about good, evil and the parts of us that get left behind, but not forgotten.

We chose to use FilmConvert in DaVinci Resolve to achieve the look of the video. Johnny wanted to create something reminiscent of 80's fantasy cinema (Labyrinth, Dark Crystal, Legend, etc...) done with modern equipment and a contemporary element. FilmConvert gave us the A great jump off point to getting the contrast and tone where we wanted it. When the Correction process was finished a couple of weeks later, we used FilmConvert to add a uniform layer of 35mm Academy film g

By Andrew
Sony A7s, KD 5207 Vis3
The Red Box - DOPPELGANGER Episode 2 Teaser Trailer (Filmconvert)

Scenes filmed with two Sony A7s, Canon, Samyang and Zeiss lens.
Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015.
Graded in DaVinci Resolve Studio 12 with Filmconvert OFX (Kodak 5207 Vision 3), grain 20%.

Official Teaser Trailer of The Red Box - DOPPELGANGER Episode 2. Coming in 2016.
Starring Clelia Cicero, Giustiniano Alpi, Luca Vitali, Luciano Pagetti, Julia Rossi.
Written and directed by Gian Guido Zurli

By Gian Guido Zurli
Canon 6D, FJ Prov 100
Tigerwine - Sharp Elbows

Canon 6D. Cinestyle.
Graded with FilmConvert 2.0. Workflow in Sony Vegas.

100mm. 14mm. 40mm.

By Thomas Helvenstine
Canon C300, KD 5207 Vis3
Lauren Santee's "LET DOWN" Official Music Video 'FilmConvert'

Lauren Santee's new music video, "Let Down" tells the story of a girl who just wants to have fun with her friends after her boyfriend lets her down.

Watch The Making of Let Down (Music Video) -

Note that this version is a 720p version of the music video that is optimized for fast playback on the majority of systems. It does not show the optimum image quality in terms of resolution and compression.

For the High Quality 1080p version of this music video go to:

Buy on iTunes -
Lauren Santee -
Kevin Otterness -

Artist - Lauren Santee
Director - Kevin Otterness
1st Assistant Director - Adam Orton
2nd A

By Kevin Otterness
Blackmagic Cinema Camera, KD FJ 8553 ET
Bringing Back the Light

Bringing Back the Light - Restoring the Life to Canada's Temperate Rainforests

This film explores the practice, the methods and the need for habitat restoration in British Columbia's temperate rainforests. At Central Westcoast Forest Society, we see a clear connection between healthy landscapes and healthy communities. Our coast is one of the most beautiful places in the world, but decades of destructive logging, mining, and development practices have left vast expanses of our temperate rainforest in need of a helping hand. Many wildlife species have become endangered and wild salmon runs that once teemed with life are struggling to survive. Our job is to get the hard work done, and to get it done now. To find out more about the work we do visit:

Filmed in the Clayoquot Sound on the Westcoast of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
Warren Warttig
Jessica Hutchinson
Andy MacKinnon
Saya Masso<

By Mark Wyatt