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What We Once Were // Emmit Fenn

What We Once Were // Emmit Fenn from Patrick JEAN on Vimeo.

WWOW is a collaboration with artist Emmit Fenn.
Most of it was short with a Kinect camera and processed with homemade tools.

Directed, post-produced and edited by P. Jean

The guy: Emmit Fenn
The girl: Emilia Pattinson
DPs : Jorge Valdès Iga, Steeven Petiteville
Drone operator: Morgan Gross
Thanks to Alec Udell

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Quadcopter from Paul Parker on Vimeo.

Editor/VFX: Paul Parker
Original drone footage courtesy of Alban Roinard
Music: Zorch, Oroboros


JAPAN – Where tradition meets the future

This movie vividly portrays the traditional, modern and natural attractions of Tokyo, Kyoto and other locations throughout Japan from a unique perspective.
Website :

Visit our website for an interactive version of this movie with links to information about Japan, testimonials by foreign visitors, and other content that conveys the allure of Japan.

Note: The movie is only interactive when viewed at our website from a PC.

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The Lion City II – Majulah

The Lion City II – Majulah from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.

Majulah – ‘Onward’.

When we pass by landscapes they appear fixed in time, but they change around us constantly. The idea behind this film is to reveal this change by returning to the same camera positions over the years.

Special thanks to Michael for the amazing soundtrack, and for keeping me motivated over the past few years of shooting.

© Keith Loutit 2016
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Michael Adler Miltersen | | |

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Alexander Gerst’s Earth timelapses

Watch Earth roll by through the perspective of ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst in this six-minute timelapse video from space. Combining 12 500 images taken by Alexander during his six-month Blue Dot mission on the International Space Station this Ultra High Definition video shows the best our beautiful planet has to offer.

Marvel at the auroras, sunrises, clouds, stars, oceans, the Milky Way, the International Space Station, lightning, cities at night, spacecraft and the thin band of atmosphere that protects us from space.

Often while conducting scientific experiments or docking spacecraft Alexander would set cameras to automatically take pictures at regular intervals. Combining these images gives the timelapse effect seen in this video.

Watch the video in 4K resolution for the best effect and find out more about Alexander Gerst’s Blue Dot mission here:

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Audio via the Audio Network library:
1. Into The Matrix (1899/6) Jason Pedder / Ben Ziapour
2. We Are Delirious (2073/6) Annie Drury / Bob Bradley / Matt Sanchez / Matt Parker