3,000 Still Photos Filmmakers Landon Van Soest and Paul Trillo compiled over 3,000 still photos to create a stop motion video to promote the Brooklyn Brewery’s MASH tour. (see more work) The Mash Tour is an interactive tour of favorite foods, music, comedy, literature and beers, visiting 11 cities from March-December in 2013 (source).
The splice boys are a creative team which based out of Shanghai that specialize in professional camera array effects for modern film and advertising production. Their latest video for Land Rover shows off the SUV performing in various weather conditions around Beijing and the Gobi Desert to name a few. Some of the shots would
Alisdair Miller was born and raised in Zimbabwe where he studied commercial art and design. It was in advertising where Alisdair learned most of his photographic skills by working on many large advertising campaigns with many top professional photographers from around the world. He currently works as a creative in an Ad Agency in Dubai.
Photograph by Pedro Jarque Krebs, (portfolio) Date: September 25, 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 60D (Amazon) Focal Length: 300mm Shutter Speed: 1/1000 sec Aperture: f/5.6 ISO/Film: 320 Note: Pedro Jarque Krebs captured this Indian Eagle Owl, (Bubo Bengalensis) in mid-flight, freezing a great moment. It looks like the owl is getting launched from a cannon or
Roderick Mann (link) setup a GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition on a makeshift stand, put it into one second-per-frame time lapse mode, and happened to capture a full cycle of a rainbow. He wanted to capture the last bit of sunlight, but was blessed with a little something extra. It wasn’t until I got
National Geographic and the Cincinnati Zoo teamed up to shoot this slow-motion Hollywood style video of cheetah’s chasing animated objects. The crews documented these cheetah’s in a way that hasn’t been done before. Watch until the end for behind the scene video and full motion video of how fast these animals are!! Equipment: • Phantom
Eirik Solheim (Link) shot this video over the course of a year off his home balcony. He shot multiple exposures and overlayed them in a post-processing software to get the effect. Eirik also recorded certain sounds during each of the four seasons to put in the background of the video to add that extra sweetness!