Urbix Element took a trip through Belgium and France and looks to have come back with the goods! Some nice camera moves here using the Genie and mixed with real-time motion control and timelapse. For more you can see the crew here: urbexelement.fr
Urbix Element 2014 Roadtrip
I’ve been keeping an eye out on these timelapse films from Mexico shot by Rodrigo Robles. From what I can tell a tourism funded project with a mixture of timelapse and real time video. Sounds like perfect job for the Genie!
Video realizado para el Área Natural Protegida Maderas del Carmen. El equipo de producción y post-producción encargado de la realización fue conformado por: Rodrigo Robles, Diego Arredondo, Ricardo Torres, Daniel Wheeler y Miguel Chavez.
Video realizado para la Reserva de la biósfera ¨Mapimí¨.
El equipo de producción y post-producción encargado de la realización fue conformado por: Rodrigo Robles, Diego Arredondo, Ricardo Torres, Daniel Wheeler y Miguel Chavez.
Winter Project – We won’t quit.
Alaska has been experiencing unprecedented low snow conditions this year and as you all know we are tasked with creating WINTER PROJECT…Problem is if there is no winter how does this work. Here at Hybrid Color we are used to dealing with obstacles and this is no different. We will keep pushing forward and stay positive, the show must go on!
The 2014 Iron Dog Safety Expo, Tech Inspection and Banquet is sponsored by Donlin Gold. The Donlin Gold Safety Expo will have quite a few vendors and NAOI safety classes going on. Every Iron Dog team will be present during the day while undergoing pre-race inspection of their safety and survival gear.
FAROS DE ESPERANZA: CUATROCIÉNEGAS
Rodrigo Robles has posted this film shot with the Genie, featuring motion control timelapse and real-time video shot with the Genie and 5D mark III. A few interesting underwater shots used as transitions thrown in there as well, enjoy!
Steam powered clock – Gastown
Just a little test shot while reviewing the Syrp Genie motion control device. By Gavin Hardcastle.
Tokyo and beyond…
It’s been a hectic last few days trekking around Tokyo; we filmed a bunch of time-lapse and also shot the rider intros for the film. After that it was on to Sapporo where we stocked up on a handful of lighting supplies, ate some amazing Genghis Khan and sang some terrible Karaoke. We’ll be hauling lights and a generator up into the backcountry around Niseko to setup while everyone is tucked up in bed asleep so things should get interesting from here on in!
Genie downtown Tokyo!
Skytree tower Tokyo.
9-seater van is mostly taken up by gear rather than humans.
Japan for a bit.
We’ve just recently landed in Japan to shoot for a new snow project. Syrp’s jumped on board as a sponsor on this one and we’ll be testing out a bunch of new gear and helping out on the filming side of things; It’s nice to pick up a camera again! Stay tuned to our blog for updates and eventually some footage.
Riding trains, riding trains…
This POV setup is pretty interesting, we time-lapsed through downtown tokyo with the rig steady on the body