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
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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
osamuhasegawa.com

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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
shootinjapan.net/
Tozando
tozando.com/
Mai Yasuda
yasudamai.com/

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Osamu Hasegawa Films
Business contact : osamuhasegawafilms@gmail.com
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Cast: Osamu Hasegawa

This Is Where I Live (Qatar) 4K By Samim Qazi

This Is Where I Live (Qatar) 4K By Samim Qazi

Music by Ivan Torrent, please do check his work in below mention links:
itunes.apple.com/us/artist/iv
itunes.apple.com/us/album/hum
youtube.com/channel/UCL1_

Finally here I present my latest time-lapse film. It took almost a two years efforts, struggles and creativity to come up with this project. It was a tough period with ups and down going on in my life….

the whole thing started with the idea of 3 minutes, but as I kept on shooting it kept on going and finally I decided to make it 6 minute length to match it with a perfect music which I found and for that I wanna thank Ivan Torrent for his wonderful master piece

Anyhow here I’m excited to share with you my recent project, “This is where I live” dedicated to my beautiful second homeland (Qatar).

Gear:
Canon 550D with Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5, Canon 18-55mm and Rokinon 8mm Ultra Wide Angle f/3.5 Fisheye
Canon 6D with Canon 24-105mm, 14mm Samyang, and Tamron 70-200mm

Motion Gear:
Syrp Genie
Emotimo TB3

Apps:
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Premier and LRTimelapse

For more visit:

Samim Qazi Photography @ Facebook
Samim Qazi @ Instagram
Samim Qazi @ Vimeo
Samim Qazi @ Youtube

Cast: Samim Qazi

THE NEANDER

THE NEANDER

A portrait about the world’s number one vintage motorcycle expert and his appreciation for one particular motorcycle. The Neander. An incredible machine form the late 1920s. A piece of German history very few people in the motorcycle world know about. Particular to one man and his genius. Ernst Neumann-Neander. The Neander does not only look futuristic it performs as well as it looks.

DIRECTOR
Voe

PRODUCTION
True motion pictures

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Alexander Papastawrou

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Voe & Marcus Schütze

EDIT & SOUND DESIGN
Voe

COLORIST
Arno Boetsch, Maximilian Duwe

TITLE DESIGN
Fabian Maier-Bode

MUSIC
“Dramamine”
by Modest Mouse
From the album
This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About

LOCATION
Lake Constance, Germany

Cast: Voe

The Canals of Delft

The Canals of Delft

The canals of Delft were incorporated into the original city planning. They served as defense and lifelines throughout the city, delivering goods, people, and supplies. The word “delft” itself is derived from “delven” or, “to dig”. The oldest canal line is the Old Delft, and the city has expanded around it over the past 750 years. The other city canals, or grachten, are still central to city life.
On july 01 2017 i visited the city of Delft in the Netherlands and shot this film.

Soundtrack: Albinoni Adagio for Orchestra by Madi-Composer, licenced under Creative Commons Licence
Camera: Panasonic GH4 +14-140mm lens

Cast: Ton van de Merwe