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1. Yes I'm Changing — Tame Impala

  • Published: 2016-12-19T06:14:54+00:00
  • Duration: 275
  • By Zack Watson

2. I'm Changing

  • Published: 2015-10-29T19:11:06+00:00
  • Duration: 201
  • By commonguy
I'm Changing

Jennifer Hudson จากภาพยนตร์ Dreamgirls I Am Changing ...I am changing Trying every way I can I am changing I'll be better than I Am But i need a friend to help me start all over again......


3. yes, i'm changing...


4. Yosemite Range of Light

  • Published: 2012-04-22T08:27:43+00:00
  • Duration: 284
  • By Shawn Reeder
Yosemite Range of Light

I am a destination visual artist who specializes in photography, timelapse cinematography, & filmmaking.  I love to travel, so if you have a project in some far flung location, lets talk. Yosemite National Park, the High Sierra, and the Eastern Sierra are some of the most beautiful places on earth. Ever since I serendipitously won a trip to Yosemite when I was 18, the beautiful Range of Light has captured my heart and become my home. Nothing brings me more joy than to share this life changing beauty with others. Ever since I became fascinated with timelapse photography almost 2 years ago, after seeing the work of Tom Lowe, I’ve wanted to do a piece on Yosemite and the Sierra. Now after almost 2 years of shooting, I'm thrilled to share. I hope you enjoy my vision of my home, the majestic Yosemite & Sierra. Best viewed Full Screen with Sound :) If you would like to license any of my clips or hire me to shoot for you, please be in touch. I do have 4k footage available for licensing. Web: http://shawnreeder.com Email: shawn at shawnreeder dot com Facebook: facebook.com/shawnreeder Twitter: twitter.com/shawnreeder Music licensed and used with permission by: http://shaunpaul.com Composition used: Sounds of Peace Huge thanks to Kessler Crane and Lens Pro To Go. Without their help this piece would not have been nearly as good. http://kesslercrane.com http://lensprotogo.com Also a huge thanks to all of you who help support me with your warm comments and continuing encouragement. It means more to me than you know. I hope this inspires everyone to get outside and explore the beautiful outdoors, especially magical places like Yosemite National Park and the High Sierra. It's National Parks week and all of our national parks are free this week, so get outside and explore! *So it seems like a lot of people are asking what gear I used. I'm not going to detail every little thing, but here's the core of what I used: (Shot at 5k in Canon RAW) Canon 5D Mark II Canon 5D Mark III Canon 14L II & 16-35L II (rented from LensProToGo) Canon 17-40L, 24-105L, 50L, 70-200L IS KesslerCrane 5 foot Cineslider, Revolution Head, Oracle's & Basic controller, Elektra Motors, AT Outrigger Feet


5. ENVE M-SERIES

ENVE M-SERIES

ENVE is pleased to announce the M Series, a game changing collection of mountain wheels featuring four rim models developed for specific rider profiles. Check out more at www.enve.com Creating the M-SERIES line of mountain wheels has been a labor of passion for us at ENVE Composites. This edit portrays the synergy between ENVE, and you the Rider as we work everyday to create the ultimate ride experience. Video Credits: Directed and produced by Kevin Winzeler Productions - www.kevinwinzeler.com Music: Otis Taylor - "Ten Million Slaves" - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ten-million-slaves/id273389963?i=273390194 Ki:Theory - "HowVeryDare" - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/howverydare/id855180684?i=855180750 Athletes by wheel M50: Moab- Alex Grant - Sho-Air/Cannodale Race Team M60: Chile - Dylan Wolsky & Nicolas Prudecio M70: Canada - Linden Feniak & Christian Wright M90: Portugal - Josh "Ratboy" Bryceland - Santa Cruz Syndicate


6. Puget Sound Light

  • Published: 2010-03-10T00:31:39+00:00
  • Duration: 166
  • By Edward Aites
Puget Sound Light

I'm fascinated with how the light intensity and color is always changing on the surface of the sea. Time lapse provides the perfect tool to understand and appreciate the changing dynamics of light on the water. This video showcases some of the light and cloud variation through the days and weeks on Puget Sound west of the city of Seattle. Visit www.timeframesvideo.com to see more in this collection. www.facebook.com/timeframesvideo


7. jackson wang — yes i’m changing

  • Published: 2018-08-07T23:40:41+00:00
  • Duration: 11
  • By herjaes
jackson wang — yes i’m changing

song: yes i’m changing - tame impala


8. Paper Music

Paper Music

An illustration of the tutorial I've done to recreate in After Effects the 'My Paper Mind' effect. I'm not a big fan of the colors, but I wanted to show what you could do with changing the colors. It has been quite a nightmare to render too, it's a pretty complex composition.


9. Alberto Anaut plays "I´m gonna change"

Alberto Anaut plays

This is the original video of the recording of this single. http://albertoanaut.com/ Alberto Anaut presents "I'm gonna change" : Alberto Anaut _ vocals and guitar : Joan Comaposada _ bass : Benjamin Rheinländer _ drums Featuring : Aki Spadaro _ piano : Bernard van Rossum _ tenor saxophone : Gidon Nunes _ trumpet : Sebastian Iglesias _ mixing : Bartosz Sztandar _ special thanks A music video by : Tiago Rosado _ camera : Luis Monteiro _ editing


10. Thurston Photo | GoPro Showreel 2

  • Published: 2015-07-08T03:10:44+00:00
  • Duration: 190
  • By Thurston Photo
Thurston Photo | GoPro Showreel 2

Life is full of beautiful fleeting moments, always has and always will be. The only thing that's changing is the opportunity to capture and re-live them. As a travelling ocean and adventure photographer, I'm presented with marvellous spectacles on a regular basis, it's a constant endeavour to be in the moment and appreciate the beautiful surroundings that we are all so fortunate to live in. Thanks to technological gifts like the GoPro hero 4, we can slow down, replay, and re experience these moments and share them with the people in our life. The world is changing, adapt and embrace it and in every way possible; preserve its wondrous beauty. Enjoy this 3 minute collaboration from Thurston Photo. Shot primarily on the GoPro Hero 4 Black. Cover shot by Bryce Thurston. www.thurstonphoto.com


11. Graham Ezzy- Writing and The Sea

  • Published: 2013-05-15T08:43:47+00:00
  • Duration: 223
  • By Ezzy Sails
Graham Ezzy- Writing and The Sea

Directed + Produced By Kevin Pritchard Written By Graham Ezzy Music by Oliver Tank - Last Night I Heard Everything in Slow Motion Writing and The Sea No matter where I am, there are 2 constants. Writing and the sea. I feel uncomfortable inland and away from the coast. Or when I'm not writing. A month before I turned 18, I left Maui and pro windsurfing for 4 years and never really came back. While I studied Literature at Princeton, my heart anchored in New York. Before, when I left Maui, often for months at a time to compete on the world tour, I had the feeling that I was away and would return home to Hawaii. I'm not sure where home is now. I'm homeless. Since graduating from Princeton in 2011, I'm based on Maui, but I'm also back to Manhattan constantly. So many of my classmates have wound up in the city that I run into friends walking down the street or in random cafes getting a morning coffee. That happens on Maui too. But you expect it on an island in the middle of the ocean. I write and i windsurf because i feel a need to. Sometimes both are miserable. But i still need to do them. Like breathing. Sometimes your nose is stuffed and you're sick and you wish you just didn't have to breath so that you could sleep but you have to breath. That's what writing and windsurfing are for me. I guess writing and the sea have become a sort of home for me. I've spent over 1 year-- over 8765 hours-- of my life at sea. Virgins to the sea can't read the wind in the whitecaps. I suppose it's like that more and more. So the sailor's who've circumnavigated the globe see things in the sea that are invisible even to me. The sea is an ever changing chaos. Riding waves, especially massive waves, is a meditation on reacting unconsciously. If you think, you're too slow and will get beat down. Writing, surprisingly is the same. The blank page stares back at the pen. Challenging it. Think about it too much: writers block. The wave and the page offer infinite possibility and potential. These two massive chaotic sources of unknowns have become a sort of home where I can be myself, whoever that is. I don't know if writing and windsurfing have any grand meaning or add an value to the world. But they are my home for now, the only home I've got. It's what I do.


12. London Lights

  • Published: 2012-03-03T01:43:03+00:00
  • Duration: 141
  • By Nicholas Buer
London Lights

A short time-lapse film of London at night. This film was shot from November 2011 to February 2012 . As the nights drew longer and winter settled in, it provided me with the ideal opportunity to get out and shoot London at night. I'll be honest, I'm not really a city person! but there is something quite beautiful about the city at night. As I commute to London for work, I took the time to shoot this film on my walk back to the train station and over a period of 4 months I slowly collected footage. I wanted to try and get away from the cliches of London like Big Ben and Tower Bridge and focus more on the modern architecture. The city is ever changing as new buildings are constantly appearing. In a few years time I could go back and shoot a completely new film based on the new builds! but I suppose that's a good thing. The music for this film was composed in Logic Express. Equipment used: Canon 5D MKii Canon 17-40mm f/4 Canon 24mm f/1.4 eMotimo PT To see more work please visit: 
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twitter.com/nicholasbuer
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instagram.com/nicholasbuer nicholasbuer.com Copyright © 2012 Nicholas Buer All Rights Reserved


13. Yohji Yamamoto: The poet of black

Yohji Yamamoto: The poet of black

Yohji Yamamoto reflects on his thirty year career in fashion. In this 20-minute film shot in Yamamoto's Tokyo studio, the designer provides a laconic, engaging and sometimes passionate commentary on his career and design values. He considers how his work has evolved since his Paris debut and explains why he designs so differently for men and women, and also provides a withering personal analysis of the current state of the fashion industry. Transcript: Q: 30 years ago you caused a sensation when you first showed your work in Paris. How has your work and attitudes changed since then? My main focussing coming in Paris was just opening tiny shop. But that happens, I think, because I wasn't the only one. The other designer, one more designer, did same thing. So for European people it was like a new movement arrived or a new army arrived. I think they accepted in that way. So I didn't mean it, I just wanted to open tiny shop. I have a double feeling maybe I have changed something else, even minor change. But at the same time I feel I couldn't change anything at all. As you know, the market in the world became like ... fast, fast, fast, cheap, cheap, cheap, etc, etc, etc. It's very far from me. That means I couldn't change anything. I'm strongly breathing in craftmanship and the human hand. For example, when I stick with Japanese craftmanship for weaving, for sewing, for cutting, maybe I'm touching a little bit of culture of the human being, human fingers ... strongly. Mentally I'm very far from mass production. So the meaning of American success, I'm not very successful designer. In America success means fame and money. I think myself maybe famous in Europe, but money? I don't know. For me, comfortable profit is enough, to keep on going. Q: Do you design differently for men and women? Designing men's clothing is very difficult for me because I don't like too much fashionable men. Do you like fashionable men? Very trendy, perfect fashion. So I think my rule about men's designing is just take it easy from trends. The customer of my men's creation, they are not wearing tie, not businessmen. Almost they're working as a free something. In that case, they can look a little strange and funny. Designing menswear is quite easy - shirt and jacket and pants, that's it. So we have to put some irony or joke or funny message. But for women, spiritually or philosophically, it's the same - let's be out, but women's body is for me like a desert and the blowing of the wind and the mountain of sand is always changing. So I can have so many imagination on women's body because it is always changing. Compared to women's body, men's body is already promised. We can only change sizes or length, width - that's it. But designing women's clothing is like a journey. I think that being strong a designer for women's designer is more important than being a strong designer for men. Historically ... I think the reason is that designing clothing for women we have no roof, everything is possible. Sometimes I feel too free - it's very hard. Freedom and duty is like a coin, surface and back and there always no answer for ever. Q: What motivates you to carry on designing? I have still people who understand my thinking and buy my clothing. I have to answer to them and same time if I say this, this sounds maybe too arrogant, but when you say beautiful things are disappearing every day. I want to keep it back. I want to say don't go too much, too far, too easy. Take it easy. I think this is my law. Q: What do you think of fashion now? I think - it's like thinking about the earth go to hell. We can't stop. We think we can stop. I don't think so. In my heart I'm always saying, go to hell, I don't care. Very roughly, if we choose two big responsibilities. One side is our government people, government. They can change the way of going of people. And one side is artist. They can also change, they can also make people think, make people doubt what's going on. But actually I'm not believing both of them because we went too far. So at least, like a very old man, I'm saying that, hey man, beautiful things are disappearing every day, look at them, keep them, be careful, don't go too fast. Look back. This is like old man's mumbling. Q: You can always look back can't you really? Yes, look back. Q: You have chosen to include your own paintings in the V&A exhibition. Can you explain why? You gave me a chance to give me my dream, because my dream from childhood was being a painter. Now you gave me a chance, so I started ... go back to a real painter or real drawer, you need exercise, practise a lot, it's not so easy. So I need to create time to exercise, to practise drawing and painting. So actually I have a chance which you gave me, but I'll be so busy. Happy. Q: What makes you happy? I'm often asked what is gorgeous for you? Then I answer, I don't like too much about, I don't care too much about the property, like a big house, private jet, big castle, I'm not interested in them at all. My most gorgeous moment is creating drawing. So in the meaning, I'm very lucky and a happy man.


14. Imaginary Forces - Science Channel Rebrand Montage

Imaginary Forces - Science Channel Rebrand Montage

Meet Morph. The evolution of Science Channel. Morph is fun, original and always unexpected. It can be microscopic or planetary in scale, but most importantly, Morph is always changing. Using the new Morph logo designed by Discovery, we created a variety of themed elements - from promos and network IDs to logo bugs. We carried the look across multiple programming genres, as well as systematizing the brand to maintain a cohesive brand package. Morph represents the future of logo design. It's not limited to the traditionally static logos of the past. It breaks out of the box. That's Morph. Directed by Ronnie Koff. Music by: Sunbears! (http://www.myspace.com/sunbears) Song: I'm Alive Enjoy! P.S. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook: on.fb.me/fXysuS We are also on Twitter: twitter.com/if_newsfeed To see more of our work, go to: imaginaryforces.com


15. Sony NEX5n Test II

  • Published: 2011-11-27T17:12:03+00:00
  • Duration: 81
  • By Daniel Peters
Sony NEX5n Test II

Another quick Sony NEX5n Test testing quality of picture 1080p 50fps bright sun and shadows shot again using the portrait style all dialed down to -3 Once again, I think this camera holds up well...especially being so small. The price is quite cheap for many. If I had the money to spend on this or Canon's 550D / 60D, I would choose the Sony. no I'm not changing my name to imasony haha. Still love Canon very much but when Sony offers this image quality in a small camera and 1080p 50fps, you def gotta go Sony. Once again, not mind blowing footage, just quick tests while I'm out :)


16. Tomato

  • Published: 2015-05-14T23:47:26+00:00
  • Duration: 163
  • By Caitlin Craggs
Tomato

A juicy moving picture about words, the world and a beloved, oft overlooked fruit. Tomato is the first in a series of bite-sized, visually punny films that reconsider some of the most humble and ubiquitous foods on our plate— the ways we define and consume them, and also how those foods might be defining us! http://caitlincraggs.com/Tomato I'm delighted to say that the awesome folks at Real Food Media are including Tomato in their Lens on Hunger event-in-box toolkits. Click below to learn more about the project and to learn how to put together your own pop-up food film festival! http://realfoodmedia.org/portfolio-item/lens-on-hunger/ http://realfoodfilms.org/pop-up-film-festivals/ ON THE BIG SCREEN Animation Block Party | BAM Cinematek NYC, NY Changing Perspectives Festival | Istanbul, Turkey Huatulco Film & Food Festival | Oaxaca, Mexico Krok Animation Festival | Moscow, Russia CREDITS Direction, Animation, Voiceover and Edit by Caitlin Craggs Sound Mixed by Pin-Hua Chen and Bethany Sparks Recording of Dripsody by Hugh Le Caine courtesy of Gayle Young © Caitlin Craggs 2015


17. New Zealand Landscapes Timelapse Volume Two

  • Published: 2013-03-30T05:24:12+00:00
  • Duration: 359
  • By Bevan Percival
New Zealand Landscapes Timelapse Volume Two

Follow my work at: www.primalearthimages.com https://www.facebook.com/primalearthimages http://www.flickr.com/photos/primal_earth_images_bevan_percival/ This timelapse features my best work yet. It represents hours and hours of dedication to the art. I'm driven by chasing fleeting moments of damatic light on beautiful landscapes and also capturing the night sky and milky way in all it's glory is a real buzz. Not be mention curling up out under the stars beside all the gear for whole nights at a time catching some sleep here and there between checking the gear and changing batteries and staring up into eternity with spectacular meteors burning up in the cosmic shore out the corner of your eye. Doing this sort of thing has bought me closer and closer to the wilderness. There is something about doing this sort of stuff that just makes you want to keep coming back for more and more. Maybe it's the experience of being out there at one with the incredible beauty of this landscape. Maybe it's the challenge of capturing it in the camera in the way that you witnessed it. Maybe it's the excitement of seeing just what you got when you finally render it all out. Maybe it's the satisfaction you get out of showing this to other people. Most probably it's a combination of all these things. I hope you enjoy watching this timelapse. Please leave a comment if you wish, I'd love to hear from you. It is my hope that in bringing back a little piece of nature to portray in this way helps spark the respect we need to have for such an incredible place. All scenes shot in the North Island of New Zealand. Main equipment used: Canon 5D Mark II & various Canon Lenses Dynamic Perception Stage Zero 6ft Dolly Music: "Go Beyond" by Ben and Matt Hales, licensed for use through Universal Publishing Production Music and APRA New Zealand. Thanks to my family for putting up with my habit ;)


18. Trying on my shoes

  • Published: 2015-05-06T06:54:56+00:00
  • Duration: 184
  • By Kallixti Chaos
Trying on my shoes

Changing out of my old heels into the ones I just bought while I'm in the car!


19. Michael Miller VFS Demo Reel 2010

Michael Miller VFS Demo Reel 2010

Here is my final demo reel that I produced at vfs. I wish that I had actually worked the full 6 months on the models but that isn't the case due to changing my reel idea and breaking my collarbone throughout the final stretch. I'm still very happy with what I made with the time I had. Enjoy!!!


20. I'm changing my name

  • Published: 2016-12-12T19:55:24+00:00
  • Duration: 451
  • By DanTDM
I'm changing my name

I hope you guys are having the time of your lives and follow me on Twitter Facebook instagram and vimeo