Continuing the tradition (is it a tradition already? LOL), here are some more of my favorite videos of the past few weeks.
“Streit” is a song by Jana Josephina featering Giuseppe. This Music Video is a no-budget production by independent filmmakers “die filmathleten” located in Germany.
The clip was shot with Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
YouÂ´ll find a great Making-Of here: www.filmathleten.net
This piece was produced, filmed, and edited by me, for my final personal project in a video production class. The footage was all shot from the top of the Santa Fe lofts, in Downtown Los Angeles.
Music: “ALWAYS WAS A WORD YOU USED IN PROMISES. IT IS VALUELESS” by I GOT SHOT IN THE FACE
Shot on a Canon 5D Mark II
This is Sophie Coyle singing a beautiful song on our back porch. Matt Porter is on bass, and Bob Jackson sat in on the brushes. Sophie was legging it for a bus, so I didn't have time for cut-aways, or establishing shots, or anything really. But hopefully her amazingness will eclipse all the visual technical elements. We recorded audio with a Zoom H2 flash mic that is hidden under the wooly hat (knit by my godmother and Sophie's mother, Sally Coyle) on the stool. It was shot on my Canon 5d mark2 with the canon 24-105. You can hear more of her stuff here: www.myspace.com/sophiecoylefromgalway
Fashion | Lower East Side from David McCarty on Vimeo.
Special Thanks to all the models and crew, the wonderful people at Sun Studios including the elevator operator who was so patient with us, and last but not least, the African cab driver who shall remain nameless.
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon EOS Lenses:
DooWatchaLike performing live at Cord Club in Munich.
Enjoy the instant classic “I Don't Know” as well as the all time favourite “This Beat I Like”.
The video was shot with five cameras including three Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
A music video for artist Lion Melta
Andre Lloyd Music/Beatz Galore Productions
Director: Michael Stern
DP: Zac Halberd
Had fun shooting this short piece while at the National Association for Broadcasters (NAB) in Las Vegas.
As always, please let me know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns!
(can't embed) – Friend of planet5D Ed Thomas sent us this post on his website showing “A 90-second profile of fashion photographer Paul O'Connor at work in Bath.”
A series of very well done videos highlighting difficulties of families of prisoners (see all 5 here)
Families on Trial – A Husband's Story from Wired Creative Video on Vimeo.
England and Wales has the highest imprisonment rate in Western Europe at 153 per 100,000 of the population. Prison population across the UK stands at over 92,000.
Families of prisoners are the invisible victims of crime, serving their own sentence of isolation, stigma and financial struggle.
This is one of 5 short films commissioned by Prisoners' Families and Friends' Service to raise awareness of the difficulties faced by the families of prisoners, and to highlight the contribution they can make to reducing reoffending.
According to Government research, prisoners who are supported and visited by their families are 25% less likely to reoffend than those who have no family contact or support.
And yet another video I haven't figured out how to embed yet, a nice time-lapse “28 Hours in JyvÃ¤skylÃ¤”
Ok, this video isn't groundbreaking or anything, but to me, it is a great example of what can be done with the camera – even by us ‘regular guys' that don't have tons of video experience:
Sunset on Isle of Palms – – a Canon 5D Mark II Home Movie from Bryan Keith Nixon on Vimeo.
Seth, Jane and Emily have grown accustomed to me following them around with a camera. It was getting around the magic hour on Isle of Palms just before sunset, where everything was warm and glowing. The kids were clowning around and I think I captured some nice moments, both from a family perspective, as well as artistic.
I shot with a Canon 50mm F/1.8 II, which is a $100 lens. The aperture was wide open to achieve the narrow depth of field.
The entire piece was assembled in Final Cut Studio, then color corrected in Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended. If you're interested in knowing how to do this, read the comments on some of my other posts. It's pretty easy to do if you know how to use Photoshop!
Shot with canon 5D mark 2 just for fun