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
Der zweite Teil der Time-Lapse Produktion „Lights over Switzerland“. Die Bilder dieser Zeitraffer Aufnahmen stammen alle aus der Schweiz, die Meisten entstanden nachts unter klarem Sternenhimmel. Unter anderem wurden Szenen in den Gebieten Wallis, Graubünden und in Bern aufgenommen, an den schönsten Naturplätzen, die die Schweiz zu bieten hat.
The second part of the time-lapse production “Lights over Switzerland”. The images of this lapse are all from Switzerland, mostly taken at night under the stars. The scenes were taken in the region of Valais, Graubünden and Bern on the most beautiful natural places which Switzerland offers.
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/
The Sami People call it the ‘blue time’ – the period in winter when the sun doesn’t rise above the horizon in northern areas of Scandinavia. Jeff Allen visits northern Norway every year, in both winter and summer, to break out of the world of credit cards and double glazing that society has become and explore the breath-taking wilderness and coastline by sea kayak with longtime friend Bjørn Eines. In more recent years, he has taken up dog sledding under the experienced wing of Tore Albrigtsen and now guides expeditions to the region to let others witness the beauty of his favourite place on earth.
Directed, filmed and edited by Greg Dennis
Supported by Sideways
Original Score composed by Chris Davey
Voice of Jeff Allen
With Thanks to Bjørn Eines and Tore Albrigtsen
My DJI Mavic review is at gopb.co/mavic
This was taken from a short flight whilst out Whale watching with my DJI Mavic Pro, only one battery was used. Taking off and landing from a small speedboat was challenging with the IMU and with take off and landing but the shots were worth it.
I was mainly out to take photos (I have posted those and ones of the Aurora on Flickr here: flickr.com/photos/philipbloom/albums/72157676834210515)
There is so little light right now in Tromso, Norway where I filmed this. The sun doesn’t make it fully over the horizon so you get light for a couple of hours and that light isn’t strong. Not idea for the Mavic but I shot in 2.7K 25p at ISO 200, 1/50th second for the most part. Profile was preset off, sharpness -1, contrast 0, saturation, 0
Music from AudioNetwork.com
“We shall rebuild””
Thanks to Ole Salomonsen of ARCTICLIGHTPHOTO.NO
COPYRIGHT 2016 PHILIPBLOOM.NET
As the very first female presidential nominee of a major party, Democrat Hillary Clinton is already in a historic position. Come November, she could achieve another milestone: becoming the first Madam President in United States history. Yet behind the groundbreaking nature of Clinton’s candidacy lies an absence of women in elected office; in terms of female representation at the national level, the U.S. lags behind much of the rest of the world.
Created in collaboration between FiveThirtyEight and Rutgers University’s Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), the video here is an exploration of this disparity and the real difference that gender, regardless of party, can make.
Of course, what you see would not have been possible without the talents of FiveThirtyEight’s Art Director, Kate LaRue, the art and animation skills of Tom McCarten, music + sound design from Redhorse Studio, and data viz guidance from Ella Koeze. Additional thanks goes out to Debbie Walsh at CAWP and Barbara Burrell, both of whom were extremely generous with their time and research.
Writer, Producer and Narrator
Designer and Animator
Music and Sound Designer
Director of Video Development
Director of Video Production
Senior Politics Editor
Special thanks to:
DEBBIE WALSH and BARBARA BURRELL
Center for American Women and Politics, Eagleton Institute of Politics
U.S. Census Bureau, 1991-2016
Pew Research Center
Center for American Women and Politics
Nixon brings together larger-than-life surf legends Herbie and Nathan Fletcher for a road trip down memory lane in a new short film entitled Peninsula South, where the father and son team head down to Baja and revisit some old haunts from previous adventures. Director Riley Blakeway captures Herbie’s pioneering spirit and the close-knit relationship he has built with his son Nathan as they set out on an expedition they’ve not made together in over twenty years, reignites both their love for Baja and their deep appreciation for one another. By the late 60s, Herbie had already begun exploring Baja in search of un-crowded lineups and adventure. As his life moved forward, he built a family who share his love of travel, and who have joined him countless times to explore the fickle southern peninsula. On this latest mission, Nathan discusses his father’s contagious, childlike enthusiasm for surfing and life, and shares how he hopes to pass those ideals down to the next Fletcher generation. See more at nixon.com/baja
Featuring Nathan & Herbie Fletcher
Directed by Riley Blakeway
Cinematography by Riley Blakeway & Matt Wybenga
Original Music by Sasami Ashworth
Archival Footage by Herbie Fletcher
Produced by Mike Murciano, Terry Snyder & Adrianna Bonilla
Music Performance by Joo-Joo Ashworth
Music Engineering by Lena Simon
Art Director Terry Snyder
Executive Producer Tom Jones
7 artists, 7 days, 7 videos.
The amazing Italian region of Liguria told in time-lapse and tilt-shift.
A magical and peculiar visual tour from Riviera di Ponente to Riviera di Levante and in between!
Shot in one week during Digital Diary of Liguria (turismoinliguria.it) for Can’t Forget Italy.
From more than 16.000 pictures.
Music “Ma Se Ghe Penso” — Mario Capello (1925)
“A Seissento” — Piero Parodi (1967)
XII Multivision Festival 2014 Official Selection
flEXiff 2014 Official Selection
1st Prize Best Timelapse
1st Prize Category Destination
Digital Diary Liguria 2013
All sequences available up to 4K resolution.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any licensing enquiry.
For more info and updates:
Denna Thomsen as ‘Jane’
Aidan Mcgraw as ‘Sidney’
Writer/Director: Mimi Cave
Director of Photography: Devin Whetstone
Producers: David Lambert, Rona Vergne
Assistant Director: Michael Jordan
Editors: Carter Gunn, Dana Shaw
Composer: Úlfur Hansson
Colorist: Ricky Gausis, MPC
Production Company: Doomsday Entertainment
*Film was funded 100% via kickstarter campaign*
Frank Lloyd Wright, legendary American architect and genius mind behind the Organic Architecture philosophy, once said :
« The mother Art is Architecture. Without an Architecture of our own we have no soul of our own civilization. ”
This quote resonated within me while I explored the city of Chicago in the summer of 2014. Wandering those streets with my camera and a tripod, I felt a sort of peacefulness that I wasn’t expecting to find in this temple of concrete and corporate business. I witnessed a natural harmony between the architecture, the environment, and the human beings spread across the city. It was summer; the beaches that line Lake Michigan were packed like seaside resorts and Chicagoans were sunbathing on their boats or playing volleyball on the sand. Everything looked surreal and so very different from the Chicago I expected to encounter. But just a few blocks away from the lakefront was the heart of the Loop—Chicago’s downtown and financial district—where lawyers, stock traders, and office workers walked alongside tourists beneath the mythical tracks of the elevated transit lines. The ‘L’, as those lines are called in the Chi, runs through and around the Loop, next to the city’s tallest buildings, which stand strong, high, and proud. That’s one thing that struck me in the Windy City—each edifice had its own style and identity, yet they combined to form blocks and tableaux that made you feel the genuine soul emanating from each neighborhood. Using the 2.35 aspect ratio and perspective, I tried to frame these endless skyscrapers and towers as if they were part of original sketches, and by doing so I hope to pay tribute to the great architects and designers behind some of the most iconic buildings in Chicago.
Directed, Shot & Edited by Kevin Couliau
Color Grading : Fred Fleureau
Motion Design : Charly Jacquette
Sound by Benzene Music
Music by Rawman
Sound Design & Mix by Loic Canevet
Supervision : Benjamin Desplanques
Location Scout : Caroline Blaise
Shot on a Canon 5D Mark III with a 17-40mm f4 and a 70-200mm 2:8 IS II on a Manfrotto 190CX Pro 3 tripod.
– In Order of Appearance –
1. Tribune Tower / John Howells & Raymond Hood, 1925
2. Aon Center / Edward Durell Stone, 1973
3. Bp Bridge / Frank Gehry, 2004
4. John Hancock Center / Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1969
5. Aqua / Studio Gang, 2009
6. The Loop / CTA, 1895
7. Lake Point Tower / Schipporeit-Heinrich Associates, Graham, Anderson, Probst & White, 1968
8. The Parkshore / Barancik Conte, 1991
9. Navy Pier Ferris wheel / George Washington Gale Ferris Junior, 1983
10. 500 Lake Shore Drive / Solomon Cordwell Buenz, 2013
11. South Pond Pavilion / Studio Gang, 2010
A surf film I directed for Reef a few years back. Just realized I did have the master online, so decided I would post. Such an amazing collaboration with Mark Tesi, the Creative Director that I Directed this alongside. Shot on location in Tahiti, South Africa, Australia, Indonesia, and Bali, the film was inspired by me sitting digging way too deep into Jaques Cousteau documentaries from the 60’s… hence the creative direction and sound sampling.
Directed by: Russell Brownley and Mark Tesi
Cinematography by: Russell Brownley, Chris Bryan, Paul Daniels, Bali Strickland, Nic Mclean
Produced by: Shea Perkins
Edited by: Russell Brownley and Noah Carlson
Color by: Matt Fezz
Music: Grimes, Ty Segal, Big Data, Carryok
Things are looking sharp on the fashion scene in Hungary’s capital, with a new collection of boutiques, budding young designers and ground-breaking brands.
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Seven Eleven by 20syl feat Ibrahim Maalouf
After making a timelapse video of Toronto and one of Paris, both cities that I lived in and really enjoy, I felt there was something missing. With that I thought of New York City. New York is one of my favorite cities. It is such an amazing source of inspiration for urban cityscape photography. I don’t plan to stay in North America forever, and New York is not that far from Toronto, so I decided to take my chance. I wanted to do something unique. Therefore, I decided to do this 4K video of New York City in which I mix aerial footage and timelapse.
Learn more about it on my blog:
Considering the current tech spiral that is being inflicted upon the city of San Francisco, one space Book and Job Gallery, headed by Carson Lancaster represents the former SF; the dark undercurrent, the repellant, erratic, mysterious, elements of San Francisco that are slowly dying.
Produced by Jonas Normann
Motion design and vfx: Kolja Pedersen
Original Score: Frederik Sass
Audio post: Torsten Frøstrup
Special thanks to:
Party of the third part
Jan Wayne Swayze
Filmed with Sony fs7 + Leica M glass
Book and Job Galleryを運営する写真家/ギャラリストのカーソン・ランカスターが、拠点であるサンフランシスコを語る。
My debut film in aerial cinematography. The title translates into something like “air-angle” or “air-peaks” referring to the Dolomites grand rock towers reaching into the sky.
I shot this with a DJI Phantom 4 whilst also shooting timelapses as keystone of my business.
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Soundtrack: “All is Not Lost” by Tony Anderson