Cast: Nikita Soroka
Cast: Nikita Soroka
A short weekend in Paris. My first visit. Some impressions of an impressive city.
Music: ‘Maybe A Goodbye Will Come’ by ferrie = differentieel, composition by Henry Newbury
2013 Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0
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This film was shot during my summer holiday 2013 in Ireland. My brother and I stayed in Dublin for a week and we take some day for going in Wicklow county.
Discover this awesome green country and this city, his bar and his peoples.
Shot with Canon 550D
Lens : Canon EF 50mm f/1.8
Canon EF-S IS 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6
Post-prod : Premiere, After Effect.
Cast: Quentin Dumas
Filmed in Tokyo in Apr 2013
Divided into two parts, video clips in the first and timelapse clips in the second.
– Tokyo’s people, trains, and city lights
Locations include Asakusa, Ginza, Shibuya crossing, Harajuku, Tsukiji fish market, Shinjuku gyoen, Yoyogi park, Skytree, Akihabara
Take a ride on the Yurikamome line (vimeo.com/64217969)
Photos from Tokyo – flickr.com/photos/drmalcolm/sets/72157633253831736/
For my wife Xue Ning whose patience allowed me to do this 🙂
PS: Check out my other piece, Day/Night in New Zealand (vimeo.com/58300770)
Cast: malcolm tan
I’ve recently moved back to Paris and have been able to rediscover this city. Paris is often represented by monuments, but videos didn’t seem to show the atmosphere, the people.
As a city, the pace is varied which I tried to highlight with timelapse and slow motion. It’s a series of moments captured to show what Paris is to me. It’s a moment in time.
Shot with a canon 7D and 17-55mm lens.
NEXT STOP ///
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]
Our latest timelapses shot at different parts of Europe, but mainly in Bulgaria.
5K original resolution
Shot with CANON 7D and 60D
Music: Hans Zimmer – God Yu Tekkem Laef Blong Mi
Cast: Never Know Productions
Oh yes… Balos beach.
This is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to. Thank god I had my gear with me. I got the Sony Nex FS700 just 1 day before we departed for Crete. I only had the camera and a mini tripod. There for I was limited with camera movements but when you have a such beautiful place infront of your lens it shouldn’t be a problem no mather what. The rest of the gear that I ordered was still on its way so I grabed what I had and left.
The beach is located on a remote location. You need at least a Jeep to get near it and then it takes 45min by foot to get to it. The most amazing part of the experiance is the view because the first time you see the beach is from the top. You walk 20min through a rocky path (or take the Donky Taxi for 5eur 🙂 ) and then suddenly the view opens infront of you with the beach in all its glory. I was so determined to document this place that once I was already at the bottom and I realized that I have forgotten my battery charger in the car I went up the path again to get it. The path itself is hard to a point that some people only walk to the view from the top to see it. Trust me… It’s worth the walk! 😉
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Camera – Sony Nex FS700
Lenses – Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM
Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 IS II USM
Tripod – Gorilla Tripod
Music by Afterlife parade – Maypole
Cast: Žiga Zupančič