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Cinematographer and Director Patryk Kizny Interview

Yesterday I had the opportunity to talk to director and cinematographer Patryk Kizny. We decided to make a few interviews about him and his future projects and we’ll start with the presentation of his last work as cinematographer: “The Dreams Come True” a film directed by Damián Perea.

“The Dreams Come True” is a short film commissioned by the the office of Las Palmas 2016 to promote the city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria as a candidate for The European Capital of Culture 2016. Spanish director and producer of the film, Damián Perea, teamed up with Patryk Kizny to take the audience into a journey filled with magic and poetry, where oneiric visuals blend together with an intriguing narrative.

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Patryk Kizny Timelapse Cinematography Showreel

For those who don’t know Patryk’s work here is a nice showreel that presents some of the best motion control timelapses he did during 2010/2011.

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Music by Michał Zygmunt / acoustic.pl

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Night Motion Timelapse by Daniel Lowe

Another amazing timelapse made by filmmaker and cinematographer Daniel Lowe.

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There are two shots of the Stumpy Point wildfire that has been burning in eastern North Carolina, U.S. for some time now. Most of the shots have wisps of smoke in the air from this fire. The lighthouse is Hatteras Lighthouse, the tallest in North America.

Daniel Lowe Photo

Photo by Daniel Lowe

The light streaks you see in the Milky Way shots are shooting stars, no airplanes this time. Shooting stars & meteors happen all the time all over planet Earth; you can’t see them except in the darkest skies. Especially look for them right before dawn (in the film & real life), they seem to increase in frequency at that time.

Gear:
Canon 5DmkII (one BTS w/Canon 7D & 16-35mm)
Canon 24mm f/1.4 lens rented from BorrowLenses.com
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II-L lens
Tiffen UV filters
Pearstone ShutterBoss remote timer

MX2 controller from Dynamic Perception
Orion AZ-G telescope pan/tilt mount
(Orion controlled with MX2 unit and custom interface cable)
Dynamic Perception Stage Zero 6 ft. motion control dolly
2 Aluratek ADMPFB100 external battery packs
Manfrotto 460MG 3D Magnesium Head
Manfrotto quick release plate used w/Orion
Universal Ball Head
2 Sunpak 6600DX tripods

All photo gear purchased from bhphotovideo.com

You can order still prints and postcards of Daniel Lowe work here Fineartamerica.com

More about Daniel Lowe:
DanielDragonFilms.com
Twitter.com/​Daniel_Dragon


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Red Epic 5k and HDRx Test

Vincent Laforet presents in this video some camera test footage shots during his first week with the Red Epic M – Serial # 308. The footage was shot in California, from Big Sur to Ft Bragg, back through Mono Lake and Death Valley.

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The RED Epic M has the possibility to film in 5k  (5120×2700) and with the HDRx technology as well.

Red Epic 5k and HDRX

The time lapse shots were shot with the Canon 5D MKII (Tree on top of hill, Mono Lake push, Death Valley slider shots) and the Canon 1D MKIV (BMW astro time lapse.)

Cameraman Vincent Laforet Final Shot

Duclos, Zeiss CP.2 and Schneider Cine Xenar PL lenses as well as Canon EF lenses were used. Kessler sliders and cranes were used for moco and time lapse.

Full post here

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