A TOUGH RACE – “Dreilaendergiro Nauders 2017”

A TOUGH RACE – “Dreilaendergiro Nauders 2017”


The “Dreilaendergiro” is a road bike race for hobby athletes, which is taking place in Austria. It is so cool to see how connected and friendly all the participants are. They share and live the same passion. No matter about the weather was the motto of this years edition. The temperatures were extremely low this year, in addition heavy rainfall and light thunderstorm were happening. Of course some athletes decided to surrender, but a lot of them were as motivated as always and together they managed to finish the Race. It was so cool and inspiring to see how a sport can connect people and help them to accomplish their goals!

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Film & Edit
Mathias Obmascher & Florian Albert

Sound & Sound Effects:


Cast: Matze Obmascher and Florian Albert

Hello Helsinki

Hello Helsinki

Helsinki is the capital and largest city of Finland.
For the last six years Helsinki has ranked in the Top 10 of the most liveable city in the world. If you watch this video you will get an idea why.

Enjoy this ride through the city from entertainment park Linnanmäki via the the rock church Temppeliaukio, the Cathedrale and the Harbor to the beautiful island Suomenlinna in 4 amazing minutes.

Many thanks to Anne Relander, Tia Hallanoro, Leena Karpinnen, Jasmin Timperi & Riitta Kokkonnen from the City of Helsinki for supporting this episode.

A tilt-shift time-lapse film by Joerg Daiber.

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Web: spoonfilm.com

You can license raw footage clips from the Little Big World series here: gettyimages.de/video/spoonfilm?phrase=spoonfilm&excludenudity=true&sort=best#license

Shot with Lumix GH4 and GH5, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Postproduction with Adobe Creative Production Suite.

Music: Overture Ruslan and Ludmilla by Michael Glinka performed by the RFCM Symphony Orchestra conducted by Keith J.Salmon.

Cast: Joerg Daiber

Chicago Timelapse Project – Windy City Nights III

Chicago Timelapse Project – Windy City Nights III

Windy City Nights III is a personal timelapse piece and part of a larger overall project called the “Chicago Timelapse Project” which is a continuation of showcasing Chicago and for a love of night time city photography. One of the things I have always wanted to do was to combine some of my favorite and memorable shots from previous projects and mix them with new shots. This is what you get with Windy City Nights III. It’s a culmination of photography work in Chicago at night for the past 5 years. My focus has always been on the city skyline and the architecture of the buildings. I really enjoy night time photography because it lends itself well to the timelapse technique. With all the movement and lights at night, it really is something special. You can really see the pulse of Chicago at night. My traditional style of photography lends itself well to photographing this amazing city. I have tried to stay true to my style over the years even though different timelapse techniques and technology exists these days. Chicago has a lot to offer with it’s unique style and capturing pretty imagery is something I enjoy doing.

Some of the best moments in making these projects is having the ability to touch people on an emotional level. It’s amazing over the years all the messages I have received about how my work has had an emotional impact on them. It’s always a pleasure to know this, things like this, keep us artists going. I want to give a plug to my business partner at Threaded Films, Ross Gerbasi of Chicago. His early timelapse work in Chicago is what inspired me to get started photographing the city at night. Ross is a talented guy and we have collaborated on numerous projects over the past several years together. Also, thanks to all those Chicagoan’s who I have worked with over the years to secure locations for some of these shots. These shots could not have been captured without you all.

The gear I used in making this is motion control equipment from Kessler Crane and I used Canon 5Ds and 1DX2s paired with Canon Cinema Glass.

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Cast: Max Wilson and Ross Gerbasi

Rubén, el evangelizador / Rubén, the evangelizer

Rubén, el evangelizador / Rubén, the evangelizer

Rubén García is a homosexual and Catholic evangelizer. He shares his testimony in conferences or TV shows. Rubén reveals the transformations that convert him in the person he is today.

Rubén García -homosexual y evangelizador católico- comparte su testimonio en conferencias o en programas de televisión. Rubén revela las transformaciones que lo convirtieron en la persona que es hoy.

Realización/ Directors: Erick Flores & Miguel Cedeño.
Fotografía/ Cinematography: Erick Flores & César Orozco.
Música/ Music: David del Fierro & Erick Flores.
Formato/Format: Digital Full HD. Color.
Año/Year: 2015.

10º Festival Internacional de Cine Documental de la Ciudad de México (DocsDF)
Selección festival MIX

Cast: Erick Flores Garnelo and César Orozco

Lost in Time | 4K

Lost in Time | 4K

My first time-lapse film. Captured in Austria in the past year.
Music by Steven Gutheinz “lost time”/musicbed

Technical: Shot on Nikon D800 | Motion control system: Emotimo Spectrum + Dynamic Perception Slider | Hyperlapse shot on Panasonic GH5 + Zhiyun Crane or handheld | Aerial: Phantom 4 Pro

For licensing & inquires please contact: stefan_gimpl@hotmail.com
All shots are available in 5K or more.

Visit my website: stefangimpl.com

Cast: Stefan Gimpl

Cuba ¡Está Volao!

Cuba ¡Está Volao!

Bright colours and human warmth embrace you as soon as you step in Cuba. It is actually surprising.
You feel like living in a world where everyday lives is stuck in the 50s that hasn’t been affected by the globalization and mass tourism.
This video is what we believe the essence of Cuba, an essence that we hope is never going to change and conform to an ever more westernized world.

A destination film by Oliver Astrologo in collaboration with Simone Sampò – fb.com/oliver.astrologo

Music “Luminitsa” by SONGS OF WATER | Licensed on Musicbed
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Filmed by Oliver Astrologo

La Habana, Baracoa, Santiago, Trinidad, Viñales, Camaguey, Holguin, Santa Clara.

Special thanks
Everyone who helped in the making of this video.

Geek Stuff
I have received so many messages asking for details on how I produce my videos.
I put down this short piece: oliver.as/videotips this explains few techniques I have been using and includes a list of equipment. Don’t hesitate to write to me if you need further details or have any recommendation.

Sony A7R2 4K 25p PP7 (Exposed in S-Log2)
GoPro Hero 4+

Used Lenses
Sony FE 24-70mm f/2.8 GM
Sony FE 35mm f/2.8 ZA
Sony FE 55mm f/1.8

Color Correction
Impulz LUTs with some tweaks

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All video, music and sounds effects are rights reserved.
Please only use and share this embed code of the original video.
Third party downloads and distribution is not permitted.
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Cast: Oliver Astrologo

In Praise of Shadows (At The CONFLUX Part Three)

In Praise of Shadows (At The CONFLUX Part Three)

“In Praise of Shadows” tours Japan’s transportation systems in time-lapse. This runs the gamut from the massive monorails of Kobe and Chiba, the automated transit in Tokyo, and the trains of Osaka, as well as more modest transport methods–escalators, taxis, crosswalks, rickshaws, and sushi conveyor belts.

While the first two installments of At The CONFLUX are exclusively nocturnal, “In Praise of Shadows” begins at dawn. Twilight gradually approaches, shadows sweep the city, and night falls, concluding high above the city where Aerial Arterial began.

It takes its title from a 1933 essay by the Japanese author and novelist Jun’ichirō Tanizaki. Tanizaki uses shadows (both real and metaphoric) to contrast the subtlety of traditional Japanese aesthetics with the gleaming light of the modern era.

The music is brighter than the previous installments. Clarinet, upright bass, and violin chords and lines punctuate simple koto-inspired melodies of the piano. Field recordings of train announcements, monorail accelerations, crosswalk jingles, elevator chimes, conversing crowds, and summer cicadas decorate the texture.

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“In Praise of Shadows” is the third and final installment of At The CONFLUX, a short film that explores the rhythm of urban Japan and its people.
A complete gear and location list can be found at attheconflux.com .

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At the CONFLUX was shot during two trips to Japan. In May and June of both 2014 and 2015. Editing began in earnest in November of 2015 along with the composition of the music.

I recorded the solo piano part in early April at Sound Pure studios in Durham, NC, with the help of recording engineer, Artem Smirnov. I recorded the koto melodies in my home studio.

Members of The Deviant Septet, Karen Kim—violin, Bill Kalinkos—clarinet, Brad Balliett—bassoon, Doug Balliett—bass, Mike Gurfield—trumpet, Matthew, Melore—trombone, Jared Soldiviero—percussion recorded the instrumentals with recording engineer Rick Nelson.

The time-lapses were shot in raw (with a 5D Mark III and a Sony A7s) developed in Lightroom, and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. I composed the music at the piano with paper and pencil, input it into Finale 2014, recorded the music into Pro Tools in two separate recording sessions, processed the field recording in Ableton and Max MSP, and executed the final edits in Adobe Audition and Premiere.

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Music and Images © Justin Tierney
JustinTierney.com | AtTheConflux.com |
facebook.com/JustinMarkTierney | instagram.com/jtimelapse

Cast: Justin Tierney

We Drift (Part 1 – A Sonder)

We Drift (Part 1 – A Sonder)

“We Drift” is two part series. Part 1, “A Sonder,” is inspired by an entry in the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, the brainchild of wordsmith John Koenig. Koenig coined the noun ‘sonder’ to describe the “the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own.” He elaborates how we each see ourselves as the main character in our own unfolding stories with “a network of acquaintances who drift in and out of contact over the years…[and] in the background, faint and out of focus, are the extras. The random passersby. Each living a life as vivid and complex as your own. They carry on invisibly around you, bearing the accumulated weight of their own ambitions, friends, routines, mistakes, worries, triumphs and inherited craziness. When your life moves on to the next scene, theirs flickers in place, wrapped in a cloud of backstory and inside jokes and characters strung together with countless other stories you’ll never be able to see. That you’ll never know exists. In which you might appear only once. As an extra sipping coffee in the background. As a blur of traffic passing on the highway. As a lighted window at dusk.”

– Part 2 will be released early next week –
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“We Drift: A Sonder” was filmed in Tokyo and Matsuyama Japan on cool spring nights. In my previous time-lapse works, the blur and pace of the images obscure the individuality of the people of the city. They become abstractions. A goal of this series is to flip to the other side of the spectrum –slow motion images with a focus on the individuality of the people of Japan.

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The images were shot with the Sony A7s and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
A complete gear and location list can be found at attheconflux.com.
I composed the music and recorded the solo piano part at Sound Pure studios in Durham, NC, with the help of recording engineer, Artem Smirnov. Members of The Deviant Septet, Karen Kim—violin, Doug Balliett—bass, recorded the instrumentals with recording engineer Rick Nelson at Duke University.

Music and Images © Justin Tierney
JustinTierney.com | AtTheConflux.com
facebook.com/JustinMarkTierney | instagram.com/jtimelapse

Cast: Justin Tierney

Japan – Transitions through Kyoto and Tokyo

Japan – Transitions through Kyoto and Tokyo

I have filmed both modern and traditional aspects of Japan for several years. This short video is just like a director’s cut and trailer style editing from my past travel filmmaking.
” Transitions through Kyoto and Tokyo” includes Kyoto city, Nara city, Yokohama city, Shiga prefecture, Mt.Fuji and Tokyo.

Filmed, edited and colored by Osamu Hasegawa

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Shot on Panasonic GH5, GH4 and GH3 with the GLIDECAM HD2000/4000

Music composed by Jason Zambito

Special thanks:
DENTSU CREATIVE X : “Shoot in Japan” project
Mai Yasuda

Osamu Hasegawa Films
Business contact : osamuhasegawafilms@gmail.com

Cast: Osamu Hasegawa