GRAND COLON – 2013 – L2A Production

GRAND COLON – 2013 – L2A Production

Et pourquoi pas une vidéo de randonné ??
C’est la question que je me suis posé quand j’ai reçu mon 10-20mm de chez SIGMA. Alors l’idée germe et puis enfin les rayons du soleil, l’occasion c’est alors présentée !
Iténéraire :
Départ de Freydière puis direction Lac du Crozet et col de la Pra. On redescend ensuite derrière (le col) en direction du lac Merlat. Le sommet du Grand Colon se trouve alors au Nord (2400 m)
Durée : J’ai mis 5h30 en passant mon temps à faire les images de la vidéo.
dénivelé : 1300 m environ (mais pas mal de km)

Matériel vidéo :
Canon 550D/T2i
Canon 50mm f1.8 II – Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 DC EX HSM
Premier Pro
Toutes les vidéos sont réalisées avec l’appareil tenu dans les mains (pas de steady cam ni de trépied).

Cast: kevin valliere

Backpackers – chapter II: CAMBODIA

Backpackers – chapter II: CAMBODIA

BACKPACKERS:
2 boys. 3 countries. 23 days.

Chapter II: CAMBODIA
We arrived in Phnom Penh by boat through the Mekong River and we spent about 8 days going up the country till Battambang, via Siem Reap.
Cambodia is fantastic and really varied: we moved from completely uncivilized areas to touristic places full of charm, like the archaeological site of Angkor, structures that leave you totally breathless.
This is ‘my’ Cambodia.

Other episodes:

backpackers – the prologue: vimeo.com/65525265
backpackers – chapter I: VIETNAM: vimeo.com/66648030
backpackers – chapter III: THAILAND:

Camera:
Canon 5d mkII

Click here to see trip’s pics by my friend Andrea Egidi:
flickr.com/photos/andrea-egidi/

A special thanks to Costanza Danelon, for the text in the subtitles.

Filmed & Edited by: Marco Santi

Music: Sigur Rós – Sæglópur

Cast: Marco Santi and sigur rós

China through my eyes

China through my eyes

I made this video during summer 2012, while enjoying a 2 weeks trip to Shanghai. I let my feelings rested for a few months and I just finished editing.

I went there with my 5D MKIII and some lenses in my backpack 😉
My goal was to get the max of this trip & enjoy my friends over there, but also to bring enough rushes to make a shortfilm. Showing exactly what I felt during this trip, the different stages through which I passed. The very touristic side of China, then immersed in a new culture and finally the “expatriate” side with all my friends living there. That’s why I called this video “China through my eyes”.

I would, again, to thank everyone who helped me make this video!

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J’ai réalisé cette vidéo, fin de l’été 2012, lors d’un voyage de 2 semaines à Shanghaï.
J’ai laissé reposer mes rushs pendant presqu’un an, me laissant le temps de penser à ce que je voulais réellement montrer dans cette vidéo.

Je suis parti avec mon 5D MKIII et quelques objectifs sur le dos 😉
J’avais l’intention de profiter un maximum, mais aussi de rapporter assez de rushs pour réaliser un shortfilm montrant exactement ce que j’avais ressenti durant ce séjour, les différentes étapes par lesquelles je suis passé. Le côté très touristique de la chine, puis l’immersion dans une nouvelle culture et enfin le côté “expatrié” avec tous mes amis vivant là bas. C’est pourquoi j’ai intitulé cette vidéo “China through my eyes”.

Je tiens encore une fois à remercier toutes les personnes m’ayant permis de réaliser cette vidéo!

Matériel utilisé :

– Canon 5D MKIII
– Tokina 11-16 f2.8
– Canon 24-70 LUSM f2.8
– Canon 50 USM f1.4
– Canon 70-200 L USM f2.8
– Monopod Manfrotto 562B-1

Cast: J_say

Nepal & India: The Experience of Impermanence

Nepal & India: The Experience of Impermanence

2013, Travel Video, HD, 1’34”

We began our trip on 11th March in Kathmandu and ended up on 13rd May 2013 in Thiruvananthapuram. It was an endless exploration, breathtaking culture, once for a lifetime experience and yes; obviously we had lots of fun.

Music: Mumbai by Mike Barresi (Under Non-Commercial License)

Filmed with GoPro Hero 3 and supported with Canon EOS 60D.
Edited in the order it was shot.
Color Grading in Red Giant Magic Bullet.

My Personal Opinion about GoPro Hero 3 (White Edition):
Our Hero 3 was our third member during 63 days of traveling. To be honest, it was not a satisfactory at all and not a good teammate. Firstly, battery life was frustrating. We really regret about not having a backup battery. Avg. time for 1080p settings is 2 hrs., that’s what GoPro tells on its website. But our battery standed for mostly 1 hr. On the other hand, not having a LCD Touch makes it harder to frame what you capture so it was another regret. Next? It gave some SD errors or got frozen for 4-5 times without reason. Unfortunately all of that circumstances caused to miss some best moments of the trip. I highly recommend to have a backup battery if you’re travelling with GoPro and having a LCD Touch as well because while travelling it is almost impossible to repeat the shooting. It works randomly if you wanna something non-fiction!

I still believe that GoPro is perfectly ideal for capturing extreme-sports and self-documentation. But these were what I had experienced as a semi-pro user.

Cast: Efecan Kobo