This video is about our trip, where we hitchhiking from Vancouver to Yukon, just with small bags. We have traveled 7,000 kms to land of icebergs and grizzly bears, met many wild animals, hit rock bottom and had an unforgettably great time. FRAME3
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The people and streets of NYC, shot during one week in December, 2012 ///
Shot & Cut by MK
Shot with the Canon 60D & Canon L series 24-105mm lens.
Music : Radiohead – The Reckoner
[Album: In Rainbows]
Footage disponible en 4K
Realizado en la Plaza de España de Sevilla (Andalucía, España)
Producido mediante técnicas de fotografía: Hyperlapse (o Motion Timelapse) y Timelapse.
Música: Plurabelle – Lips (soundcloud.com/plurabellemusic)
Realizado con Canon EOS 5D MkII – Canon EF 17-40mm L
Procesado mediante Adobe LR, LRtimelapse y Adobe PR.
Video (hyperlapse) about big Ukraine city – Kharkov
Making from May to September 2012
Shooting, post-processing and editing by Kirill Neiezhmakov
music: Andrew Bayer & Matt Lange-In Out Of Phase (Calyx & Teebee Remix)
YouTube 1080p: youtu.be/7wv1v0wVqfo
Cast: Kirill Neiezhmakov
In 40 degree heat, in the largest sand desert on the planet, Chad Sayers and Chad Manley go looking for the one of the world’s strangest of ski environments: Ski Dubai. In the midst of a city of dizzying ambition, this ‘local hill’ climbs 60 vertical meters out of a luxury shopping mall. Inside the frigid, air conditioned space, they find a dedicated ski community of desert-dwellers, growing in the unlikeliest of places.
Presented by Arcteryx.com & The GORE-TEX® Brand
Written & directed by: Jordan Manley & Daniel Irvine
Producer: Jordan Manley
Narrator: Chad Sayers
Many thanks to:
“The World Goes Through My Mind” by Russel Walder
“Night Song” by Jami Sieber [courtesy of Audiosocket]
“Like A Movie” by Nicole Reynolds [courtesy of Audiosocket]
“It’s About Time” by Ruby Velle & The SoulPhonics [courtesy of Audiosocket]
“Baby Steps” by Cary Bird
Music: ‘The Lonely Night’ by Moby & Mark Lanegan
Cinematography & Direction: Colin Rich (deer-dog.com)
In celebration of 2013’s Record Store Day, moby and Mark Lanegan have collaborated on an exclusive track to be released as a limited edition 7″ on 20th April. The Lonely Night 7″ comes backed with a remix from electronic music legend Photek and is being released on moby’s own label Little Idiot.
moby on collaborating with Mark Lanegan:
“i’ve been a fan of mark’s from his early sst records days, and i’ve always wanted to work with him. he has one of the best and most distinctive voices of the last 25 years. now that we live near each other it ended up being really easy working on a song together.”
moby on producing of The Lonely Night:
“…And in producing the song, spike stent and i incorporated some very unusual production techniques… we ran all of the instruments through a distortion pedal into a guitar amp. so really there are only 3 tracks: left channel through a distortion pedal and guitar amp, right channel through a distortion pedal and guitar amp, and mark’s vocals. The end result is intentionally very broken and atmospheric.”
Colin Rich a LA based director who specializes in time-lapse photography has been commissioned to shoot the video to accompany The Lonely Night. The video features both moby and Mark Lanegan and flits between the desolate and far removed terrain of the Californian desert and the endless electric city expanse of Los Angeles.
A fast, modern look to the city of Barcelona, at night.
Music: ‘Starscapes’ by ‘The American Dollar’
Download a free compilation of 9 of their best tracks here: tinyurl.com/freeAMD
119 Song Discography in Any Format just $20 @ bit.ly/XiwDFs
Special thanks to:
Hotel Princess Barcelona (/hotelbarcelonaprincess.com)
Arenas de Barcelona (arenasdebarcelona.com)
Fundació Catalunya – LaPedrera (lapedrera.com)
Hotel PortaFira (hotelbarcelonaportafira.com)
Canon 50 1.8 II
Cast: Pau García Laita
Dos aventureros catalanes inician un viaje exploratorio a la península rusa de Kamchatka durante varias semanas, a pie, sin guía ni armas. Allí descubren uno de los mejores lugares del mundo para la pesca de salmónidos, considerada como la Alaska de hace un siglo. Ríos sin polución ni presión alguna de pesca, salvo por los osos grizzly con los que tendrán un encuentro que nunca olvidarán.