Manhattan to Mount Everest – Timelapse Showreel 2014 by Tall Story Films

By: Tall Story Films
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A showcase of personal and commissioned timelapse work from Nepal, North America, New Zealand and Australia.

Music: Wasting My Young Years – London Grammar

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Ride the Sky by Page Films

By: Page Films
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Ride the Sky takes you on a journey through the forest and on into the Universe.

I had the idea of a new astro time-lapse technique in which the camera is pointed right at the north star and mounted to a motorized pivot point directly lined up with the sensor so the camera is able to spin with the stars through the night. This is where inspiration for the title came from. Sit back, relax and Ride the Sky.

Produced and Directed by Lance Page
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Time-lapse Photography and editing:
Lance Page

Original Music:
Derrek Domino

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Video DP and Gaffer:
Chris Patterson

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Shot using Emotimo and Dynamic Perception motion control time-lapse gear:

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© 2014 Page Films

Vegas 4K by Keith Kiska

By: Keith Kiska
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http://www.phototrekker.com presents Vegas 4K, a motion time-lapse film that captures the energy of Las Vegas in stunning 4K resolution. Geared up with an eMotimo TB3 motorized head and other time-lapse goodies from LensProToGo, the Photo Trekker team spent 5 days hitting the strip to create this motion time-lapse film. This film is the first of 3 motion time-lapse films to premiere before fall 2014 that are all shot and edited in 4K.

Want to see how a lot of the shots here were done? Check out the Lynda.com class “Shooting a Time-Lapse Movie with the Camera in Motion” with Rich Harrington and Keith Kiska here.

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Technical Info:
Camera: 4 x Canon 5D Mark III
Lens: 2 x Canon 16-35mm, Canon 24mm, 2 x Canon 24-70mm, Canon 8-15mm Fisheye
Support: eMotimo TB3 Black motorized head, Matthews BH-30 car mount, Rhino Rails
Editing & Graphics: Processing and editing was done in Photoshop, LRTimelapse, After Effects and Premiere Pro

Resolution Versions:
Vimeo – 1920×1080 (HD) Seen Above
Youtube – 3840 x 2160 (4kUHD) http://ift.tt/1lKdFqY

Credits:
Keith Kiska – Producing, Cinematography, Editing, Motion Graphics & Sound Design
Kyle Rhoderick – Assistant Time-Lapse Operator
Dmitri Belichenko – Original Music Score

Sponsored By:
eMotimo: http://www.emotimo.com
LensProToGo: http://www.LensProToGo.com
Matthews Studio Equipment: http://www.msegrip.com

Licensing:
All of our 4k footage is available as stock footage for personal and media use. Please contact keith@kiskamedia.com for all licensing information.

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Website: http://www.phototrekker.com, http://www.kiskamedia.com
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Special Thanks to:
EMotimo, LensProToGo, Matthews Studio Equipement, Rhed Pixel, Lynda.com for your equiptment, support and friendship. Dmitri Belichenko for writing a great musical score. Kyle Rhoderick for your tireless shooting in the field and members of the time-lapse community such as Michael Shainblum, Shawn Reader, Drew Geraci, Dustin Farrell and Tom Lowe that never cease to amaze and inspire me. And a real special thanks to Las Vegas!

Copyright © 2014 Kiska Media LLC / Photo Trekker ®. All rights reserved.

PARIS, THE CITY OF LIGHT (FULL LENGTH HD VERSION) by Trak

By: Trak
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DIRECTOR: Benjamin Trancart (Trak)

CONTACT: benjamin.trancart@yahoo.fr

MUSIC: Yasawas-Amon Tobin

“Paris, City of Light doesn’t mean “the city with a lot of beautiful lights” but, rather, “the city where, during the eighteenth century, the lights of science (with the biologists like Buffon or Jussieu and with the encyclopedy writers like Diderot or d’Alembert) and the lights of philosophy (Voltaire, Rousseau, Condorcet, Montesquieu, …) have been lit.”

Feel free to contact me for any time lapse/video project at benjamin.trancart@yahoo.fr

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Copyright: Trak/2012

Alvin Ailey’s REVELATIONS by Alvin Ailey

By: Alvin Ailey
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Alvin Ailey said that one of America’s richest treasures was the cultural heritage of the African-American – ”sometimes sorrowful, sometimes jubilant, but always hopeful.” This enduring classic is a tribute to that heritage and to Ailey’s genius. Using African-American traditional spirituals, this suite fervently explores the places of deepest grief and holiest joy in the soul.