The movement, the people and the places experienced on a 15-day trip through Vietnam which took place in November 2015.
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
Nikon 50mm f/1.2
Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8
Canon 70-200 f/2.8L IS
Thrupence – This House is Full of Water
Creative Director: Patrik Johäll
Project Manager: Anna Johäll
AD: Simon Sjödin
Director: Daniel Mattiasson
DOP: Andreas Nilsson
Camera incl Aerials: Andreas Nilsson, Markus Wetterberg
Aerials: Aircam. Operator: Daniel Casselby
Edit / Grade : Andreas Nilsson
Post: Norbert Nagel, Robert Melander, Andreas Nilsson
Assistants: Pontus Ahlqvist, Amelia Bordahl, Robert Elmengård
Archipelago: any large body of water with many islands.
Traveled to the north of Sweden.
Spent around 10 days in Arjeplog where there is huge lakes and endless of fish.
It´s all about relaxing.
Shot with A7S and Iscorama Pre 36 & Helios 44-2
Cheap Dipoters: +1 +2 +4
Shot & Edited by: Andreas Nilsson
Hommage à tous les Niçois. Parce que Nice est et restera toujours Nissa la Bella.
Tribute to all the people of Nice. Because Nice is and will remain Nissa la Bella.
// Gears : 5DIII / 35mm 1.4 / 50mm 1.4 / 100mm 2.8
// Music : Kitty Hawk by Doug Kaufman (atomikmusic.com/)
The Czech Republic’s second city was central to European design before falling into a troubled 20th-century sleep. Revival came thanks to research investment but its future may lie in its design heritage.
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I’ve been lucky enough to spend a lot of time on Hawaii growing up. My most recent trip there I brought along my camera gear and a quadcopter. It was great to get a birds-eye view of the changing landscapes around the island.
Shot and edited by Tyler Fairbank
Licensing, project quotes and inquiries: email@example.com
I shot this with mostly my DJI Phantom 2 with GoPro. Other footage and time-lapses are from my 5D Mark III. Enjoy!
Music: Treeline at Night – A. Taylor
Licensed from Musicbed.com
This film is a collection of audiovisual moments and memories of a 3-week railway journey through Japan in 2015. We were whizzing through the country with the Shinkansen visiting Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshima and Kyoto as well as lots of wonderful little places along the way, meeting the most friendly people and experiencing a culture that somehow balances its rich tradition with a very futuristic present.
Directed by: Vincent Urban
Filmed by: Vincent Urban, Alex Schiller, Alex Tank
Edit & Sounddesign by: Vincent Urban
Grading by: Alex Schiller
Ryan Emond (thanks for Karaoke and filming some drone-stuff with us)), Oliver Würffell, Laia Gonzales, Diether Kerner, Hideyuki Yoshizawa
Filmed with Sony a7s and Canon 5D Mark III RAW
performed by MODERAT
Musik: Sascha Ring, Gernot Bronsert, Sebastian Szary
© Random Noize Musick, Monkeytown Music
Courtesy of Budde Music und der Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Germany) GmbH
performed by MODERAT
Musik & Text: Sascha Ring, Gernot Bronsert, Sebastian Szary
© Random Noize Musick, Monkeytown Music
Courtesy Of Budde Music und der Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Germany) GmbH
This video was shot over a 5 day trip to Tokyo in January 2016.
It was my first time visiting Japan, a place I had always wanted to see. With a population of 35 million, Tokyo is the largest metropolitan area in the world. Due to this, I soon realised how lively and energetic this city really is.
I decided to take my camera and explore this fascinating city so rich in culture, tradition and innovation.
Equipment and Software used:
Canon 5D Mark III
Tamron 24-70 F/2.8 Di VC
Samyang 14mm T3.1
Edelkrone Slider & Action Module
Adobe After Effects
Music: Bonobo – Sapphire
A tilt-shift film by Joerg Daiber.
Shot in Bangkok, Phuket, Tonsai and Railay with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lenses. Post with Final Cut Pro and After Effects on Macbook Air.
You can license raw footage clips from the Little Big World series here: gettyimages.de/Search/Search.aspx?contractUrl=2&language=de&family=creative&p=spoonfilm&assetType=film
Watch full screen!
Music: Johann Sebastian Bach – Air on the G String, perfomed by the USAF Strings
Watch also “R O M A“: vimeo.com/137925379
They don’t call Italy “Il bel paese” – “The beautiful country” – for nothing, and it’s no coincidence. For my next project I decided once again to pay homage to my homeland, a place that always leaves an impression on my heart, the southern region of Puglia.
There is a list called “1,000 Places To See Before You Die”. Casting a glance over it, one will notice that Italy – and Puglia in particular – boasts an enviable number of locations. With numerous UNESCO sites, pristine beaches, and enchanting destinations, it was difficult to restrict such beauty into a 2 minute video.
But here it is anyway, a small taste of what this amazing region has to offer. I’m sure you’ll add it to your own list of 1000 places to see before you die!
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.
Polignano a Mare
Filmed and edited by Oliver Astrologo – FB: fb.com/oliver.astrologo
Drone Footage: Courtesy of Vito Renò – vimeo.com/simplyrec
For any drone inquiry about this video please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Intro and outro Music: Sciamaballà – fb.com/Sciamaballà-124671817549469
Soundtrack: A moment of Silence – Courtesy of Max LL – maxll.ca
All music and sounds effects rights are reserved.
Simona de Carlo, Sara de Carlo, Simone Sampò, Nils Samò, Fabian McDonald and everyone who helped
me create this video.
Flickr album: flic.kr/s/aHskhSG3hS
Sony A7ii @ 1080 50p PP7 (Exposed in S-Log2)
Zeiss 35mm 2.8
Zeiss 55mm 1.8
ImpulZ LUTs with some tweaks.
New York can easily live up to its movie-star good looks but it can be a city that surprises, too. Monocle has had a bureau in New York since its launch in 2007 and this has made us passionate about this city and its ambitions. The Monocle Travel Guide to New York, published by Gestalten, is a celebration of all that we love about the city. It is available now at The Monocle Shop: www.monocle.com/shop/books-and-music/travel-guides/
Monocle has launched a new series of travel guides for people who want to get the most out of their stay and feel like locals rather than tourists. To celebrate the publication of our London guide, Monocle Films brings you a cinematic portrait of the city. From great examples of urban design and lofty gardens to culinary discoveries and the best music venues, our film journeys to our favourite places in the city we call home. The Monocle Travel Guide to London, published by Gestalten, is available now at The Monocle Shop: www.monocle.com/shop/books-and-music/travel-guides/
Rio de Janeiro is one of few global cities that strikes a balance between cosmopolitan hub and natural wonder. As well its openness and unique mix of people, the city has a wide range of galleries, restaurants and world-famous beaches. Our new travel guide, published by Gestalten, will help you discover every pocket of the city. Available now at The Monocle Shop: www.monocle.com/shop/books-and-music/travel-guides/the-monocle-travel-guide-rio-de-janeiro/
For The Forecast we journeyed through Antwerp sampling the best in business, art, food and design that the historic Belgium city has to offer. The Flemish-speaking outpost may have had its golden age in the 16th century but we believe it’s having a renaissance. Here’s a preview of what to look forward to in our new Antwerp City Survey. To discover more about Monocle magazine head to www.monocle.com
Miami has a lot going for it: its shoreline, year-round warm weather and diverse population. Our new travel guide will help you explore the neighbourhoods to discover its full potential. We’ll introduce you to the dynamic art scene, the best bars and restaurants and everything in-between. Published by Gestalten, The Monocle Travel Guide to Miami is available now at The Monocle Shop: www.monocle.com/shop/books-and-music/travel-guides/the-monocle-travel-guide-miami/
Beneath its inimitable skyline, Istanbul is a teeming, triumphant metropolis that is constantly being remade and reimagined – as our cinematic portrait explores. Published by Gestalten, The Monocle Travel Guide to Istanbul is available now at The Monocle Shop: www.monocle.com/shop/books-and-music/travel-guides/the-monocle-travel-guide-istanbul/
This is my personal travel footage from a 3 week trip to South Vietnam in November 2015. I was fortunate to stay with a very informative and welcoming family from Quang Trung. Two notable places that we visited were Ho Chi Minh City and Vung Tau. I’ll never forget the beautiful people, culture and landscape of this country.
Panasonic Lumix GH4
Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm f2.8
Filmed by: Neal Howland
Edit & Sound: Neal Howland
Music: The Cinematic Orchestra – To Build A Home (Instrumental)
Words: Alan Watts – alanwatts.com