Posts in “videos”
One of the more impressive videos of time lapse photography that I’ve seen.
Mike Petty shot this video of an old abandoned theme park in Wichita Kansas. I found it beautiful to watch, even though I’ve never been to this theme park, or even the city of Wichita. It’s really well done. Please give it a watch–it’s kind of sad, actually!
The bankrupt & abandoned Joyland Amusement park in Wichita, Kansas. Great, sad images.
Tools…Canon 7D. Kessler Pocket Dolly. Lots of different glass. Graded with MB Colorista II and Looks.
Really wanted to push the color on this since places like this are hyper-colorful in people’s memories.
An impressive commercial for Lamborghini’s newest sports car, the Aventador, which is only about $380,000 (US). It may be a while before I’ve saved enough pennies for this, so in the meantime I’ll enjoy watching this commercial full screen in HD! It’s incredible. More videos below, including a behind-the-scenes video that shows the camera rigs used to film the commercial.
While watching this, keep in mind this movie was filmed entirely with Canon DSLRs. Looks fantastic!
I’ve always thought skydiving was cool — something I’ll never do, but after watching this it is definitely more inviting. My only question is: what happens if your parachute doesn’t open? Yup, you die. That’s probably why I won’t ever do it.
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv shows you how to lower a 2008 Ford Mustang GT (S197) with an Eibach lowering kit, and how to install Hella LED tail lights on a Toyota Tundra and a Chevy 1500.
You won’t be able to watch this video here, as it doesn’t allow embedding, however I highly recommend going to YouTube and watching it. At the time of this post the video has 13,963,304 views and is 1 hour, 33 minutes in length.
It has some of the most incredible photography I’ve ever seen, with some impossible camera angles.
Believably the most expensive Indian movie ever made, check this out. It is so over the top it’s almost humorous. Very well done, though!