You’re Ruining Our Party from alan marino on Vimeo.
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Alan (video on top): “I’ve found over the years that the Tele – Conversion or Crop Mode on the G -Series of Lumix cameras really comes in handy if you want to extend the zoom range of your lenses and even helps on the other macro end of shooting. Here’s an example of how it can turn a lens that has a short focusing distance like the Voigtlander 25mm f0.95 into almost a macro.”
Markus: “Perhaps someone may be interested in my blog where i have quite alot of phots taken with the em-5 and CV Nokton 17.5 and 42.5.
Alot of casual photos and some more edited and with a little more thought and work behind them: http://www.mtyskfoto.se/?cat=10”
Gonzalo: “I recently finished shooting and editing my first Music Video with the Lumix GH3 and the Olympus M. Zuiko 45mm for a couple of very talented girls. I hope you enjoy it! (More technical info in the video’s description): https://vimeo.com/74102241”
Desy: “Hi there, just wanted to share a short film with you that we shot with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. We used the Panasonic 12-35mm 2.8 about 80% of the time and 20% with the 25mm 1.4. https://vimeo.com/77648980”
Seb: “I don’t know if you saw my latest film, a sharp pocket anamorphic set on OM-D E-M5 with Qioptiq Linos MeVis-C 35mm f1.6 C-mount lens and my baby Berthiot Hypergonar 1.75X anamorphic lens: https://vimeo.com/77265744”
LaDP: “I wanted to share a recent piece of work that we shot completely with GH3s and Voigtlander/SLR Magic primes. Its a music video for the band Capital Cities, who have had some decent success with their last two releases. I DP’d the shoot and chose the GH3s because of their combination of size, wight, and lens choice. Those primes I mentioned are great video tools. The editor and post production crew both commented positively on the look of footage and how it didn’t feel like an HDSLR – or at least it didn’t look like the 5D footage they normally see. Nice to change it up every now and then. Anyhow, the video went live a few days ago, and I thought the 4/3 community would like to check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFynzpSwW8E”
Brian: “i have a small 12-40 lens review, infrared with the em1 and full frame vs micro 4/3 blogs that i want to see if you can post the links the next time you post ” a little bit of everything” www.leadinglinephotography.com/blog“
Digital Bear: “http://www.flickr.com/photos/minami/sets/72157635514570540/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/minami/sets/72157635559474066/”
Dario Viola: “This video is done with the Lumix LX7, testing g the slow motion 100fps, i did it in a tv studio during the rehearsal of the comedy-show Colorado (kind of our SNL) https://vimeo.com/78910074”
Wasim: “I thought you might be interested in sharing with your readers a piece I did about Hurricane Sandy in the Breezy Point/Roxbury area of New York (next to where all those homes burned down). I shot the piece almost entirely with a Panasonic GH3 and a bunch of lenses (Oly 75mm 1.8, 45 mm 1.8 and Panasonic 20mm and 14-140). I used a Nikon D600 to shoot the photos right after it happened last year, but I found that using a smaller kit like the GH3 and whatever lenses I had that day helped me move around this very tight-knit, private community with much greater ease than my larger gear. People opened up to me a lot easier when I had a camera that wasn’t as intimidating. Really helped make the piece happen. In any case, here’s a link to the piece: https://vimeo.com/76846036”
Izhar: “A date with the Zookeeper’s Boys is a short I made in London leading up to Danish band Mew’s concert. https://vimeo.com/79295185 Shot with my hacked GH2, using Lumix 7-14mm, 20mm, 14-140mm and Canon FD 50mm/1.4 lenses. Edited with FCPX.”
Anonymous: “Hello there, thought your readers may like this video I made. It is a short mini-doc on a street artist friend of mine. It was shot using two GH3’s. The main interview was shot with the Lumix 12-35 f2.8 and a Rokinon 8mm fish eye on an automated slider. The timelapse was shot with the 12-35 and most of the B-Roll shots are Canon FD lens: the 28mm f2, 50mm f1.4, and the 85mm f1.8. I really love the Canon FD lenses. They have much less contrast then the Lumix lens so I end getting a much flatter picture profile which is what I prefer for color grading. For the intro POV shots I used a GoPro. The video was color graded using FilmConvert. Hope you enjoy! ABCArtAttack: The Art of Bryce Chisholm from Bryon Evans Films: http://bryonevansfilms.com/?p=1450”
Thomas: “Just wanted to share a test I did of the Black magic pocket cinema camera here in NYC https://vimeo.com/76536299 as well as a very quick shadow recovery test https://vimeo.com/76545003“