I was so involved in my DSLR work, I had the impulse to look at some 16mm footage 타워링 다운로드. To see what I used to shoot on my trusty old vintage 16mm Bolex.
It was refreshing to see moments in footage presented exactly the way they were filmed 다운로드. No effects were necessary for the texture and feel. A quality that celluloid film will always have over digital.
I met Sam Bauer a few years ago on a project 다운로드. We became friends and he expressed interest in doing a cut and composing a score to my cinematography. I gave him a series of out-takes from my 2003 South Africa Trip that became a part in “Change the Subject” (released in 2004) 이미지 파일 다운로드.
Sam was the editor of Donnie Darko so he possesses natural affinity for sound design and score. This is Sam’s interpretation of the footage 다운로드.
It was is refreshing to see this after so many years.
Keith Malloy’s debut film, Come Hell or High Water, shot primarily on 16mm focuses on the simplicity and beauty of bodysurfing 삼둥이 이모티콘 다운로드. “It’s about taking a breath, and kicking your feet, in the big blue sea.” – Patagonia
The film explores the history and progression of the sport of bodysurfing and the pureness that comes from riding a wave firefox 39. Shot primary in 16mm, the film takes a unique look at the culture, beauty and simplicity of the sport, capturing the stories and locations of those who belong to this community 영웅문 s 다운로드.
Winning awards in best cinematography, and best film at both The London Surf Film Fest and The Surfer Poll Awards,
Shot on location at The Wedge, Point Panic, Piha Beach, Las Escolleras, The Pipeline, Waimea Bay, Makapuu, Sandy Beach, Sandspit, Cloudbreak, Yellowstone, Mentawais, Kamakura, Teahupoo and Nantucket 다운로드.
Features: Mark Cunningham , Mike Stewart, Chris Kalima, Durdam Rocherolle, Patrice Chanzy, Belinda Baggs, Crystal Thornburg-Homcy, and Dan Malloy 대리인 위임장 다운로드. – Patagonia Australia