This is a shot of the The “MōVI” - a digital 3-axis gyro-stabilized handheld camera gimbal. The completely silent device weighs under 3.5 pounds bare and can be operated solo, or with the help of a second “gimbal” operator with a joystick to pull off some incredible moves. To read more about it go to: wp.me/pjtZ0-2a4 The resulting video from this shoot is at:vimeo.com/62917185 or the BTS: vimeo.com/63357898
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All proceeds from the “Tip Jar” and Vimeo on Demand will benefit the Lollipop theater network lollipoptheater.org/ - a nonprofit organization that arranges showings of first-run movies to children confined to hospitals.
This time-lapse was inspired by the “Empty America Series” by Ross Ching and the Nibiran jungle scene in Star Trek Into Darkness. When I first saw the scene in Star Trek, it made me wonder how color infrared would look if we could see it with our own eyes, unaided by IR filters. After seeing the movie and watching Ross’s series I thought about how a totally empty city (such as Philadelphia) would look in Kodak EIR style infrared.
Hope you all enjoy and thanks for viewing!
All scenes were shot around Philadelphia using my full-spectrum digital camera and a yellow filter. A full spectrum camera is a camera that has had it’s IR blocking filter removed, allowing the camera to see into the infrared. The yellow filter blocks all visible light up to yellow and allows infrared to pass through. The first scene and time-lapse title was prompted by an infrared series that I’ve been shooting over the years called “Wonderland”. If you are interested in seeing some of the photos from this series check out the link below:
Music: “To The Hills” composed & performed by “Ben Lukas Boysen”.
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GQ Spain proposed a film to me inspired by the characters of the book that I see in all books shops, but it’s clear to me that in a contemporary sexual relationship a kiss hides more than a tongue.
Director: Álvaro de la Herrán
She: Marina Jamieson
He: Garrett Neff
D.O.P: Jose Luis Salomón
Stylism: Inma Barandica & María M. Folla
Make-up & Hair: Mauro Saccoccini
Music & Sounds: Your Nemesis (aurophonic.com)
Sound Designer: Steve Miller
GQ Fashion Director: Sara Padilla
Production: Ipodermix Studio 2013 ©
Dir.: Samir Mallal
DoP: Matthias Koenigswieser
Smuggler London 2013
Dir.: Dori Oskowitz
DP: Matthias Koenigswieser
So this is our first tutorial on the slow motion booth. This short little video just shows you how we set up our production. It doesn’t go into post production. Keep following our Vimeo page. Next week we’ll release a video on how to do this with much cheaper equipment.
See the final video here: vimeo.com/72365593
Music: So Funky, The Physics (thephysicsmusic.com)
I attempted to create a person in order to emulate the aging process. The idea was that something is happening but you can’t see it but you can feel it, like aging itself.
Still Photographer: Keith Sirchio
Animator: Nathan Meier
Animator: Edmund Earle
Nuke Artist: George Cuddy
Music: Mark Reveley
©2013 Anthony Cerniello
Update: check out Fstoppers 2011 Behind The Scenes Video Contest. We are giving away over $20,000 in prizes for the best 3 BTS videos: fstoppers.com/2011contest
Headshot photographer Peter Hurley invites the Fstoppers team into his NYC studio for a behind the scenes video of how he photographs his clients. Check out his unique approach to headshot photography and his latest projects including the cast and crew of LOST! For more information check out peterhurley.com and fstoppers.com