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Category Archives: Short Film (documentary)
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Discovery Networks put this beautifully photographed footage of chickens on the Kansas prairie online as an example of the wildlife action to be found in its new seven-part series North America, which debuted last night.
Photographer Colin Legg captured these images of an annular solar eclipse at sunrise from three different vantage points in Western Australia using Canon 5D Mark II cameras for time-lapse and a Canon 1D C for 4K video. "Hard gig shooting …
You may know James Murphy's former group, LCD Soundsystem, but how much do you really know about the history of the DFA record label that predated (and eventually outlived) the band? This highly entertaining short, written, shot and directed by Max …
Ole C. Salomonsen has made his third short film about the northern lights, shot in Norway, Finland and Sweden with Canon DSLRs and time-lapse gear from Dynamic Perception.
UPDATE: Much to my surprise, shortly after this item was posted I received a phone call from a long-time Caesars Palace employee who asked that our YouTube embed of this video be removed. On the assumption that Caesars is the …
The first 15 seconds of this video, shot with a Red Epic running at 300 fps, are just fantastic. The bridge getting blown up is in Marble Falls, TX.
Director-editor-DP Jeremy Cole (and animator Tom Bunker) created this short film for U.K. TV Channel 4's The Shooting Gallery. It was shot completely in Stockwell, South London.
Says filmmaker Tim Sessler, "After reading through the in-flight magazine, the sky mall and the airplane security details from front to back, upside down and backwards, I felt it was the right moment to pull out my camera, listen to …
DPs Byron Mason, James Cole and Jason Phipps showed up at Burning Man with three Canon DSLRs, tilt-shift lenses, a rotary table from Mumford Micro Systems, and GB Timelapse software. These are the results. Click through to Vimeo for details, …
Go behind the scenes at the lens factory in this video made by Nikon on the 80th anniversary of its Nikkor brand.