Black Tape Project Evolution Michelle Lewin from Venge Media on Vimeo.

too see more of our work visit blacktapeproject.com
Black Tape Project TM

The Official 1st Ad Song

Put your hands together!


35mm Film Processing from Caroline Philippone Photography on Vimeo.

This is the first video in my series of ‘How to’ Photography videos.

This is a simple guide on how to process your 35mm film from the point of getting it out of the canister and into the processing tank.

You will need the following tools:

*Film you want to process
*Can Opener
*Scissors
*Development reel and tank

Steps: (Friendly reminder this must be done in the dark!)

1. Use the can opener to open side of film canister.

2. Remove film from canister.

3. Cut an even (or close to even) line right after film leader.

4. Place film in sprocket catch of reel.

5. Slightly pinch film when rotating reel.
(avoid touching film emulsion when loading reel)

6. Cut film when you reach the end of roll.

7. Place reel in processing tank

8. Secure lid on tank.

You are now ready to Process your film!


VSCO Film/Cam x Jeremy Cowart from VSCO on Vimeo.

Behind the scenes with Jeremy Cowart on a shoot of acress Marielle Jaffe showcasing VSCO Film and VSCO Cam.


S-60 Stabilizer test : Nikon D7000 from Ham Peetasai on Vimeo.

First time with Camera Stabilizer : S-60 from eBay : D7000 18-70


BTS from Ian Bristow on Vimeo.

Behind the scenes Day 1 of Real’ build for our final film project at Full Sail University.


World War - 3D Animation @ University Of Hertfordshire 2008 from UHAnimation - Hertfordshire Uni on Vimeo.

World War was created by Vincent Chai for his final degree project whilst studying 3D Animation at the University Of Hertfordshire.

Vincent Chai portfolio:
vincentch20.co.uk/

visit uhanimation.co.uk to see more films created by the University of Hertfordshire Digital Animation 3D|VFX|2D|Games Art students.


DSLR lighting tutorial and music video technique from Oregon Filmmaker on Vimeo.

oregonfilmmaker.com
Join me Tim Cash Oregon Filmmaker as I take you on a journey of discovery. we’ll discuss the world of filmmaking from behind-the-scene’s to gear reviews and even tutorials on simple ways to make your productions shine!

Shot on the Canon 5D
Canon 15mm 2.8 fisheye lens
ISO 800
shutter 250
f-stop 2.8

check out my professional site here: ffefilms.com


How to increase the Canon 7D dynamic range (Tutorial) from Luka on Vimeo.

Tutorial on how to use picture styles to increase the dynamic range of the Canon 7D / 5DMkII.

Custom picture styles are an amazing feature that almost compensate for the lack of a raw codec for video capture on the Canon DSLRS. The default picture styles on the camera are geard towards producing nice results out of the box but are not very good if you intend to do color correction and grading in postprocessing. This tutorial shows how to use custom picture styles that produce very flat, high dynamic range footage (similar to real film cameras).

The actual picture styles have been made by other people, and here are some references:
Super Flat, Genesis Panalog and Velvia:
cinema5d.com/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=3401

Marvel’s Cine Style:
marvelsfilm.wordpress.com/2009/10/19/canon-7d-picture-style-with-cine-gamma-s-curve-free-download/

If you have problems downloading them, you can get them from here in one package (crnkovic.org/video/picture_styles.zip). I do however recommend that you get them from the original sources and read the forum posts/blog posts associated with them.

The final example footage was shot handheld (Zacuto rapid fire + zfinder) at Skogskyrkogården cemetery in Stockholm. I scouted the place for a possible future shoot and the footage I shot was never meant for release - it did however come handy in this tutorial as it was all shot using the super flat picture style.


Blake Hemmerling - DP Demo Reel from Blake Hemmerling on Vimeo.

This is a short demo reel of some of my work.


Blackmagic 4K camera crop tests from Philip Bloom extras on Vimeo.

3 4K shots from the Blackmagic Production Camera 4K edited on a 1080p timeline and scaled to various sizes to see how well it can be re-sized. I have had great results from my 1DC especially and the F55.

I have used filmconvert on all the shots as the grain on an adjustment layer evens out the noise a bit. I have also put the ungraded shots there to see.

I will try and make those shots from Northern Ireland available for download when I get a chance.

10% filmconvert with code bloom at gopb.co/filmconvert


Blackmagic 4K camera crop tests from Philip Bloom extras on Vimeo.

3 4K shots from the Blackmagic Production Camera 4K edited on a 1080p timeline and scaled to various sizes to see how well it can be re-sized. I have had great results from my 1DC especially and the F55.

I have used filmconvert on all the shots as the grain on an adjustment layer evens out the noise a bit. I have also put the ungraded shots there to see.

I will try and make those shots from Northern Ireland available for download when I get a chance.

10% filmconvert with code bloom at gopb.co/filmconvert


60 second Reflections: Director Kevin Jones from MacArthur Bougeré on Vimeo.

Ultimate Fighting Championship Promotional Commercial. Technique inspired by Chase Jarvis. This video is intended on exploring a new technique in videography.


Never Too Safe from DUBBLE-U TV on Vimeo.

Featuring:
Alex Trotter
Doug Ward
Bili Alaka

Shot | Edit:
Jay Woods

Lighting:
Doug Ward
Bili Alaka