Metronomy Month Of Sundays from Callum Cooper on Vimeo.

Film by Callum Cooper callumcooper.com

Music Video for Metronomy metronomy.co.uk/

Producer - Joshua Smith
Line Producer - Rupert Savage
Camera Assistants - Chris Vickers and Charles Vallance
Grade - Lewis Crossfield
Arianna Maniscalco at ETC electrictheatre.tv/

Sculptural Fabrication: TOR Fabrication, London
Thanks to - Matt Moult and Jack Hunter

Executive Producers - Juila Reed and John Hassay
Production Company - GOOD EGG goodegghq.com/

Because Music - becausemusic.co.uk/

#NYC from Piotr Wancerz on Vimeo.

A few months ago I was invited to make a video of New York City. We spent amazing time exploring the city, walking through those crowdy streets and parks, making thousands of pictures, trying to catch the energy of the city that never sleeps, just to pass it along to you later in a video project that we decided to call simply: #NYC. So sit back, turn your speakers on and enjoy this journey with us. Just fasten your seat belts first…

Oh, by the way - don’t forget to download and support HUGE app on the App Store :)

Executive Producer | Toppic, Inc. | hugeapp.com
Director & Editor | Piotr Wancerz | facebook.com/timelapsemediapl
Model | Roza Puzynowska
Soundtrack | “A new beginning” by PremiumProductionTracks

Inside Me ( Nils Frahm - Me Rework) from Dmitry Zakharov on Vimeo.

This project is based on a 3D-scan technique, which allows me to reproduce an image of my own body as a 3D object in a software. It is possible to view this object not just from outside, but also from the inside as a negative as well, which creates abstract shapes.
The colouration was generated with the help of colour data I took from a real picture.

The film reflects the invisible inner world of an individual, which owns a small universe in itself, created by experiences and feelings - as well in the digital world as in real life. We try to express ourselves and approach our world another being, but still, nobody can see in our souls entirely.

For me, the process of scanning is a very important part of this work itself.
The idea of digitising a body and hence the creation and deformation of its computer generated self, reflects the digital world we live in today. We create an alternative world, in which everybody can be what they want to be. In some way, it resembles to an act of creation.
We never stop building more worlds for ourselves, even though there are already various ones encircling us, that we don’t even understand yet.
Each universe encloses another, which creates a new one, and the world next to us still seems far away. And so we look into infinity again, which inevitably surrounds us.

Concept & Animation by
Dmitry Zakharov

dmitryzakharov.de
facebook.com/dmitryzakharov.art

sound by
Nils Frahm - Me ( Karsten Lutz Rework )

soundcloud.com/intuitiv
screws.nilsfrahm.com/

Special Thanks to: Karsten Lutz, Daniel Weiss, Juliane Sonntag & Bianca Eversheim

ANGEL CITY from Sunchaser Pictures on Vimeo.

Shot by Gavin Heffernan / SunchaserPictures.com. Music: HEAT by Elliot Goldenthal.
For pics, news, and tips - LIKE our Facebook page: facebook.com/SunchaserPicturesPage
Or check out the album of the best Sunchaser Timelapses right here: vimeo.com/album/189653.

Looking to beef up my Los Angeles timelapses, I rented a Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM II Lens from BorrowLenses.com and spent September 4th-11th shooting in a series of epic vantage points with two Canon 6Ds. The light of the latest “Supermoon” provided incredible extra definition in the darks of the city panoramas, while also giving some great separation to the skyscrapers.

Since we’re only 452 days away from the 20th anniversary of one my favorite movies HEAT, I set it to one of the soundtrack songs, an incredible piece of music by Elliot Goldenthal. The cityscapes of HEAT inspired me to make movies long ago, so it was a special treat looking down on LA from some similar angles to the classic Michael Mann film. I finished the edit with a few city captures from previous shoots and here’s the result! Motion control shots DynamicPerception.com Stage Zero and others using 5K QT Panning.

Stills Available for Download at FLICKR:
flickr.com/photos/50014474@N05/sets/72157647361173617/

Special Thanks: John C. Brookins, Briana Nadeau.
For more visit SunchaserPictures.com.

Selected Shots Available for Stock Footage Licensing/Purchase:
grobys.de/Stock/blank.html

Brunettes Shoot Blondes - Knock Knock (Official Video) from Brunettes Shoot Blondes on Vimeo.

BRUNETTES SHOOT BLONDES - Knock Knock brunettesshootblondes.org/
SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel! Like us on FB: on.fb.me/1uSJnUF
iTunes Download: smarturl.it/KNOCK Amazon: amzn.to/Zn60af Spotify: bit.ly/1sZk0lr

bsbcontact@gmail.com

Credits:
Idea/Direction: Brunettes Shoot Blondes
Animation: SYT-X syt-x.com/
DOP: Kirill Svetashov
Consulting and help: Igor Kovalov
Evgeniya Ivanova, Ivan Kovalov, Dasha Sobol, Rostik Dumich, Nastya Ginger, Vlad Litvin, Vitaliy Mizeraka, Vitaliy Shevchuk
@Cyferblat (Kiev,Ukraine)

My solo adventure on Highway 1 from Santa Barbara to San Francisco from Craig Shimala on Vimeo.

It’s usually about a 7 hour drive on Highway 1 but I stopped at everything that caught my eye along the way so it took me around 30 hours. This is just a bunch of random clips from the drive. When I arrived in San Francisco I met up with a couple friends and drove up to Portland. You can watch that journey at vimeo.com/62134704

Music by Beat Connection - Sunburn - beatconnection.bandcamp.com