4K: Sunset Timelapse on the Canon EOS M

My first timelapse on the Canon EOS M using Magic Lantern Nightly (and in 4K!).

Each shot was taken 5 sec. apart, and over 850+ shots were taken, but only 800 were used. 800/24 (framerate) gets about 33 and 1/3 seconds of footage.

My post workflow was very lenghty. Copy RAW files to the computer, then open all in Photoshop, and make adjustments to the images. After that export the image to TIFF files. Open the TIFF files as an image sequence in QuickTime Pro 7. Export the image sequence using the Animation Codec (Huge File Sizes!) into a movie file. Finally convert the movie file to ProRes 422 for editing in Premiere, where light grading was done with Colorista Free.

Music: Tony Anderson – “Fragmentation”

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Trident Case for the LG Lucid 2 Review!

I review a nice protective case for the LG Lucid 2.
Sorry about the lack of uploads.
Buy Here: http://amzn.com/B00CAN8QB0

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The Drive (Shot on the Canon EOS M)

https://vimeo.com/92325689

Testing the dynamic range of the Canon EOS M. There really isn’t any story to this video, more of just a test to see how close I could get it to the look of the movie Drive.
Shot on the Canon EOS M with 22mm kit at f/2.
Graded in Premiere with FilmConvert and Colorista Free
Music: The Echelon Effect – 17 Mile Drive

http://theecheloneffect.bandcamp.com/album/cabrillo

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4K: Explained & The Current State as of Early 2014!

Today I talk about 4K, what the actual definition is and the current state of 4K as of Early-Mid 2014.

Links:
NoFilmSchool – http://nofilmschool.com/
Panasonic GH4 – http://goo.gl/dwDwTM
Sony AX100 – http://goo.gl/bSG5zQ
Sony AX1 – http://goo.gl/l7PwpU
Blackmagic 4K Cinema Camera – http://goo.gl/wrzrQc
Blackmagic 4K Studio Camera – http://goo.gl/EvmN4n
Blackmagic 4K URSA – http://goo.gl/tVHje8
Sony A7s – http://goo.gl/UXbsij
AJA CION – http://goo.gl/8wOYtQ
Canon 1DC – http://goo.gl/0qeFWX
Seiki 4K TV – http://amzn.com/B00BXF7I9M
ASUS 4K Monitor – http://amzn.com/B00DJ4BIKA

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Picture Profile Test (Prolost, Flaat 10, Flaat 11)

*For best picture, view in 720 or 1080p.
This video is for me do see the difference in these 3 different profiles, and how I can use them for my different needs.

Prolost: http://prolost.com/flat
Flaat 10&11: http://www.similaar.com/foto/flaat-picture-styles/

Shot on the Canon EOS M

Music: “Candlepower” by Chris Zabriskie

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Portrait of San Diego

a short video on san diego i shot on break.
shot on the canon eos m with the 22mm kit lens at various apertures

music: “that kid in fourth grade who really liked the denver broncos” by chris zabriskie – http://freemusicarchive.org/music/chris_zabriskie/

graded in premiere using filmconvert

technicolor cinestyle was the picture profile used

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Manfrotto MKC3-H01 Tripod Review!

i review a tripod today.

obtain tripod here: http://amzn.com//B004MKNJ84

Gear Used:
Canon EOS M
Canon EF-M 22mm f2 lens
Technicolor Cinestyle PP

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intro music: audiojungle

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