How to Make a Sick Mountain Bike Edit from on Vimeo.

You might know how to make a mountain bike film but do you know how to make a sick edit?

Created by Matt Dennison

moving through New York from geoff tompkinson on Vimeo.

A mainly hyperlapse journey through New York City.

We are now taking pre-order registrations for our 5-day hands on timelapse and hyperlapse workshops in New York City and Chicago.

An alternative stylised version of this video is viewable on this channel also


A man, a violinist, a tree, a fireman, a man and a dude sleeping.  I like the tree most of all.
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A man, a violinist, a tree, a fireman, a man and a dude sleeping.  I like the tree most of all.

The Wolf of Wall Street VFX Highlights from Brainstorm Digital on Vimeo.

A look at some of the more challenging shots we put together from Martin Scorsese’s new film The Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, and Matthew McConaughey.

Team Dynamite Shepard’s Delight promo video from Grantis13 on Vimeo.

I was asked to do a little promo clip for Team Dynamite’s Shepard’s Delight album. Had a concept sorted before I went then at the last minute hated the idea. Instead I came up with this on the fly, not recommended but I think it was a good decision in the end.

I shot this with my Canon 550D and a 50mm 1.8 prime lens.





Zuko: Uncle. I know you must have mixed feelings about seeing me. But I want you to know… 
[he begins to cry
Zuko:: I am so, so sorry, Uncle. I am so sorry and ashamed of what I did. I don’t know how I can ever make it up to you, but I… 
[Iroh turns and pulls him into a fierce hug] 
Zuko[bewildered] How can you forgive me so easily? I thought you would be furious with me! 
Iroh [crying] I was never angry with you. I was sad, because I was afraid you’d lost your way. 
Zuko: I did lose my way. 
Iroh: [leaning back to look at him] But you found it again. And you did it by yourself. And I am so happy you found your way here. 
[they hug
Zuko: It wasn’t hard, Uncle. You have a pretty strong scent. 



Ghosts of War by Jo Hedwig Teeuwisse

Jo Hedwig Teeuwisse beautifully combines World War II photographs with images of the same location in present-day.

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