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Across the Ocean

I just had to share this brilliant video made by my friend at Sundry Productions

across the ocean. from sundry productions on Vimeo.

scenes i recorded on my 7D while on a goodwill program in Japan in February of 2012.

We were able to walk around what remains of the Tsunami devastated township of Minamisanriku in the Tohoku region. I recorded audio from two ladies who shared with us firsthand their story of struggle and survival.

The Kanji at the start of the film reads “ichi-go ichi-e”, which can be translated to “once in a lifetime”. I learnt this phrase near the end of my trip by another member of the program. I think it captures the experience.

The editing was inspired by the visual storytelling style of vimeo hero Matty Brown.. With a mix of my own too i suppose..!
You can view his work here : https://vimeo.com/matthewbrown

A big thank you to the Japanese Government for running such a successful program such as JENESYS over the last 5 years. I will always remember my time in Japan.

Please watch, share & enjoy.

I edited to these tracks:
– This Will Destroy You – The Mighty Rio Grande
– Helios – Bless This Morning Year
– Helios – Vargtimme
– Memoryhouse – Lately

I edited with Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, Magic Bullet Looks.

Nicole Loves

It’s been a while since I shared some of my favourite sites so here goes some more

Preset Heaven

This blog is fantastic for free presets for Lightroom.

 

A new blog I found the other day which I quickly bookmarked that has some free Print Presets for Lightroom

http://halinav.com/lightroom/

 

My friend has a new blog, he is very talented at making videos, I encourage you to check out his blog and vimeo

http://www.sundryproductions.com.au/

 

Imaging and Digital Entertainment Association

This site has some great information about new products, but the best part is the classifieds where you can search for photography equipment for sale.

 

Laurence Kim

A photography blog, but has some great reviews and business tips for photographers.

 

Now head on over for a look!
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