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1. Trip to Mexico

  • Published: 2012-12-18T20:02:09+00:00
  • Duration: 269
  • By Andrew Julian
Trip to Mexico

Check out my latest film The Quiet City: Winter in Paris. I brought my new Blackmagic Cinema Camera with me on a recent trip with my wife to the Bahia de Banderas area of Mexico. We stayed in Mismaloya, about 20km south of Puerto Vallarta. If I had it my way, the camera would have been glued to my hands for the entire trip, but considering it's not water-proof, I had to leave it at the hotel quite a bit. We did a day trip north of Puerto Vallarta and explored towns, beaches, and did a small jungle hike. In Valle De Banderas, they were celebrating their town's anniversary, or at least I think that's what a banner said. At any rate there were many people out celebrating. I love shooting with the BMCC! Little issues aside, it is an amazing camera! I love how it makes me slow down while shooting. Considering I'm getting about 25 minutes of raw footage on each 240gb SSD, and the fact that you can't delete clips or format the drive from the camera, makes me feel as if I'm shooting film. On this trip I had no way of downloading footage or formatting the drives. It felt like having an old slr film camera with me and just a couple rolls of film. I shot all raw and processed the images in Lightroom. I had thought to take Resolve for a spin, but my main workstation stopped working and Resolve won't run on my laptop. I used a calibrated HP monitor. I experimented with different color grades and you will see different styles in this film. There's even a single random BW shot in there. Uncompressed raw and 13 stops of dynamic range is a powerful mix. Being able to process the raw images in a variety of programs is freeing, and re-processing old footage with new color correction tools is something I look forward to. Download the original if you want to see the full quality. Not much else to say really. It's good this camera will be shipping in larger quantities soon. Sorry to use an already over used phrase, but this camera is a game changer and needs to be in more people's hands! I can't wait to see what people shoot with it, and what the other camera manufacturers come up with to compete. P.S. The reality of owning a camera called the Blackmagic Cinema Camera is at times a bit awkward. I'm finding myself saying things like, "No, I'll use the Black Magic." which tends to make strangers in the vicinity raise an eyebrow. Oh well. It's a small price to pay. Music: I Wanna Go by Summer Heart Gear used: BMCC Blackbird Stabilizer Manfrotto Monopod Sigma 8-16mm Canon 24-70mm (no iris control yet, so all wide open at f2.8) Canon 70-200mm 2.8 IS Mark II B+W ND Filters


  • Published: 2016-04-20T16:41:17+00:00
  • Duration: 223
  • By Joshua Cowan

Some highlights from my trip to Mexico exploring Jungles, waterfalls and beaches. All shot on DJI Phantom 3 Professional in 4K. Instagram -

3. 'The Problem of the Wilderness'

  • Published: 2017-01-12T13:17:20+00:00
  • Duration: 200
  • By Tom Welsh
'The Problem of the Wilderness'

I went to Alaska for New Year with my friend Dan; we spent a week travelling North from Anchorage by rail, 4x4 & light aircraft. I took along my A7SII for the trip. Towards the end of 2016 I desired a trip disconnected from technology & work, somewhere 'into the wild' that I could disconnect somewhat from life in London. After our Tens sunglasses ( campaign shoot in Mexico in December, I headed North to Vancouver and spent Christmas snowboarding. Alaska looked like the most logical stop after that for a week or so in the wilderness. The more (little) I researched and booked, I realised I should probably take a camera with me, but didn't want to be inconvenienced by all the gear I usually travel with - FS7, 16mm kit etc. So just took the basics - The verse is from a book I found in our cabin ( that really resonated with the journey. Marshall was an environmental activist who wrote extensively about Alaska in the early 20th Century. Photos from the trip: --- The Problem of the Wilderness - Bob Marshall, 1930 It is well to reflect that the wilderness furnishes perhaps the best opportunity for pure esthetic enjoyment. This requires that beauty be observed as a unity, and that for the brief duration of any pure esthetic experience the cognition of the observed object must completely fill the spectator’s cosmos. There can be no extraneous thoughts—no question about the creator of the phenomenon, its structure, what it resembles or what vanity in the beholder it gratifies. “The purely esthetic observer has for the moment forgotten his own soul”, he has only one sensation left and that is exquisiteness. In the wilderness, with its entire freedom from the manifestations of human will, that perfect objectivity which is essential for pure esthetic rapture can probably be achieved more readily than among any other forms of beauty. --- Everything is shot on the Sony A7SII, often with the Zhiyun Crane 2 axis gimbal. I used 3 lenses: Sony 24-240/4-5.6, Sony 10-18/4, SLR Magic 50/1.1. I shot in PP8 Slog3.Cine colour with CINE4 Gamma, graded with DELUTS ( in Premiere. --- [email protected] @getdeluxe

4. Photographer John Moore on 'Epic' Libya Battles, Arab World Revolutions

  • Published: 2011-03-23T00:13:55+00:00
  • Duration: 342
  • By Mike Fritz
Photographer John Moore on 'Epic' Libya Battles, Arab World Revolutions

Read the profile: Photographer John Moore is no stranger to combat. As a member of an Associated Press team in 2005, he shared a Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for coverage of the war in Iraq and he's done extended stints in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, South Africa, Mexico and Nicaragua and elsewhere in the last 20 years. Yet despite his relative comfort with being on the frontlines, Moore told the NewsHour from his hotel room in Cairo that his latest assignment -a six-week trip that took him to the uprisings in Egypt, Bahrain and Libya - might have been his most dangerous. Moore recorded the interview for us after sneaking out of Benghazi, Libya en route back to his home in Denver.

5. BSD BMX - Kriss Kyle - The Passenger

  • Published: 2013-12-05T10:34:01+00:00
  • Duration: 336
  • By BSD BMX
BSD BMX - Kriss Kyle - The Passenger

Kriss Kyle takes a trip through Arizona and New Mexico to Texas with the BSD team. Guest clips from Dan Paley and Chaz Mailey. Filmed and edited by Dave Sowerby. Additional filming by Tony Malouf and David Grant.

6. The Chase

  • Published: 2015-07-22T06:17:59+00:00
  • Duration: 357
  • By Mike Olbinski
The Chase

----------------------------------------- The music in this film was composed by Kerry Muzzey and is a track called The Secret History from the album The Architect. Please consider purchasing this album over on iTunes: I am forever in Kerry's debt for his kindness and generosity in donating this song for my film. I do not have enough words to thank him! If you'd like to purchase a digital download of the film for your iPhone or iPad, please visit Follow me: / / / --------------------------------------- This past spring I spent more time chasing storms on the plains than ever before. The most I had spent prior to this was seven total days and that was last year. What I came away with from that short time made me realize that if I could double that...the stuff I could capture would be amazing. Of course I long to be out there for a month or longer, but when you live in Phoenix and have a wife and three have to be realistic. I turned 40 years old this year and I told my wife all I wanted was 10 days chasing on the plains. She loves me though and it ended up being 14! Two days in April and then 12 straight days from May 23rd - June 3rd. Those 12 days were absolutely incredible. I'm friends with other chasers via social media, met them on the side of roads while chasing, even grabbed dinner together...but never have I felt more of a part of the chaser community than being out there for almost two weeks. Living the life...seeing the same amazing chasers over and was overwhelming to me. I missed my family, it was hard at times, but it was one of the best experiences of my life. Both chases originated from where I live in Arizona. In April I drove out all night to Colorado, slept maybe an hour, chased all day, got a good night's sleep, chased the next day in the Texas panhandle and drove home that same night, stopping only for a quick nap in New Mexico. The second chase was the same. Left Phoenix late on the evening of May 22nd, never really slept and the chase was on the next day. All in all I drove well over 12,000 miles over the course of those two weeks, visited 10 total states (New Mexico, Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and North Dakota) and shot over 45,000 frames of footage for this film. I have many people to thank. Pat O'Brien for being my first private tour attendee this spring. Mike Mezeul II for one very big tip on a spot above Rapid City, SD. To James Langford who not only guided me to that spot over the phone, but "now-casted" for me many, many times. I may have missed out on four crucial clips in this film if it wasn't for him suggesting I punch the core in South Dakota. Thank you sir. And to my pal Andy Hoeland...who was with me for over a week of my time out there, driving, looking at forecasts, talking to weather experts and always helping us have a great target for that day. He's become my chase partner for most of these big plains trips and I wouldn't have it any other way. Also thanks to Cinetics ( for sending me their Axis 360 to play with. I used it one time in this film and wish I had used it more. I love that scene. Finally...above everyone else, of my wife. To let me go for that long, to never complain, to never discourage me...but to only believe in could I be so lucky to deserve a wife like that? We have three kids and that's tough on a parent to have her husband away that long. It will never cease to amaze me that I would not be here, doing this, if it wasn't for her support and encouragement. Technical details...everything was shot on Canon 5D3's, along with an array of Rokinon lenses. I got sick of lens-twisting (mostly of FORGETTING to lens twist) so I mainly used those manual lenses on this trip. Everything was processed using LR Timelapse, Lightroom, After Effects and Premiere Pro. I'm in absolute love with this film. The stuff I saw rivaled anything I've ever seen on the plains minus that insane Booker supercell in 2013. We saw four tornadoes (one of them appears in a deleted scene at the very end of the film), countless supercells, gorgeous shelf clouds, stunning mammatus and some awesome lightning shows. The song..well, the song for this film blew my mind. I loved it when I heard it, but then seeing how everything started coming together on the timeline, the pace, the slow build-up, the huge ending...I've said it before, but the song is 50% of the film. Thank you again Kerry for everything! All this movie does it fuel me to want to do better next year and this summer in Arizona. Stay tuned for Monsoon II and for The Chase II next spring! I sincerely hope you enjoy and share this film around. Thank you!

7. Mexico Calling - Seea 2014 Collection

  • Published: 2013-09-30T01:28:11+00:00
  • Duration: 141
  • By The Seea
Mexico Calling - Seea 2014 Collection

A magic surf trip with the Seeababes to Mexico. Highlights of the new 2014 Spring collection, amazing surf spots, and lots of fun! Music: "Something's Rattling" by Benjamin Gibbard

8. Nikon - WHY

Nikon - WHY

Nikon D4 Release Video It's here! The Nikon D4 has arrived and it is a freaking HOT camera! For the past months I have been working in silence with an amazingly talented crew and three of the best athletes on the planet producing my short D4 launch film "WHY". It was like Christmas morning when Nikon called and described the new camera and all of its incredible features. All I could think was that this is the camera we have been waiting for. Then the gift of all gifts... "Corey, dream up a film that you would like to shoot. You pick the topic. You pick the location. It's your film... only requirement is you show off the features of the new camera." My favorite quote from the call was "You have a blank white canvas and it's up to you to fill it". I had to pinch myself several times to confirm that the call was real. Everyone involved has been tight lipped about the project for months and today we can finally begin to share some of the assets and get fired up about the camera!!! I have always been facinated by those people that are the best at what they do. Those that operate on the edge; scientists, artists, musicians, athletes, etc. Always the question that I find myself asking is "WHY"? What deep inside drives them? What does the world look like through their eyes? Those that live on the edge, push the envelope, redefine sports and industries operate in a space all to themselves. In my Nikon D4 launch film I wanted to visually portray the beauty and intensity of the athletes doing what they do best while also delving into their heads and answering the question "WHY"? There was a very simple list of criteria used when selecting the athletes for this film. 1. They needed to be the best in the world at what they do. 2. They needed to be true role modes / heros. (In short, no ego and just simply fantastic people). Dane, Rebecca and Alex fulfill the requirements in spades! As it seems to be with many shoots, the schedule for WHY was INSANE! In just 13 days we went from Veracruz, Mexico to Moab, Utah to Joshua Tree, California. With a fantastic crew of eight amazingly talented people, three of the worlds best athletes, over 20 pieces of luggage, three D4 prototypes, an rc helicopter and enough RedBull and ClifBars to keep us awake and moving, the entire journey was epic! Huge days, little sleep, lost bags, crashed helicopter (the D4 lived), speeding tickets (talked our way out of both ;-), wicked mosquito bites, flu, and a trip to the urgent care - all the prerequisites for a great shoot. Just the way I like it! Special thanks to everyone that helped on this production! Dane Henry, Shawn Corrigan, Rex Lint, Mike Hagadorn; you guys are studs! Blaine Deutsch and Marina Rich, thank you for keeping us all on track, organized, fed and looking good (and Marina, thanks for loving me and being the best wife in the world). Gen Umei, Soichi Hayashi, Jason Jenkins and Mike Corrado; thank you for the opportunity! Dane Jackson, Alex Honnold and Rebecca Rusch, you guys really made the film and answered the question WHY!!! Tommy Thompson and Chris McNamara; thanks for keeping us safe and getting me into the coolest camera positions possible! Amazing team and thank you everyone who helped! When it is all said and done by far the most exciting part is the future. It's about the collective creativity and vision of the photo and video community and what we will all create when we get a D4 in our hands. One thing is for certain, WHY was just the tip of the iceberg! Check out the link below for more production and technical info on the Corey Rich Productions blog:

9. Fit - Mexico to AZ

  • Published: 2012-02-07T22:45:53+00:00
  • Duration: 527
Fit - Mexico to AZ

Roll with Raul Ruiz, Dan Conway, Josh Smith & Quincy Dean on their road trip from Mexico to Arizona to kick off 2012. Music: Urban D - DJ Lopez Remix R Luna - Luna Ballad Line 11 R Luna - Luna Bite Time Mykill Miers - Take Notes Camera: Stew Johnson & Dan Conway Editing: Stew Johnson

10. Coca-Cola Ribbon

Coca-Cola Ribbon Coca-Cola – Ribbon is a TV spot about getting the opportunity to be part of the FIFA World Cup 2014. By winning a trip to Brazil you get the chance to support your team and become a part of something bigger. Client: Coca-Cola Agency: Ogilvy & Mather Mexico Creative Director: Victor Alvarado Creative Director: Carlos Carbajal TV Producer: Juan Pablo Osio Production Company: Directors: We Think Things Executive Producer: James Hagger Producer: Cécile Alvarez Production Assistant: Charles-Philippe Bowles


  • Published: 2016-03-02T04:25:53+00:00
  • Duration: 150
  • By Sarosh Jacob

SAILFISH shot & edited by Sarosh Jacob Our goal was to photograph and film Atlantic sailfish hunting sardines. Rough conditions and elusive sailfish made it a tough trip but the baitball action we were able find was incredible. Filmed in Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Special thanks to Brandon Cole for organizing this trip, Melissa Cole, Jason Sintek and the crew of the Lilly M.

12. Mexico Field Trip

  • Published: 2014-02-20T20:35:09+00:00
  • Duration: 125
  • By Vissla
Mexico Field Trip

A quick trip to Baja Mexico. Full story at CREATORS & INNOVATORS Derrick Disney Cam Richards Bryce Young Filmed by Brian Elliott Photography by Kenny Hurtado

13. El Diablo Run 2013

  • Published: 2013-06-09T12:05:13+00:00
  • Duration: 242
  • By Bolts Action
El Diablo Run 2013

Random footage shot on Go-Pro during a moto trip to San Felipe Mexico 2013.

14. Substantial TV EP. 3 "Viva La Agua Blanca"

Substantial TV EP. 3

In October, the crew banded together once again. This time we had our sights set on a tropical destination. You boys like MEXICO? After landing in Mexico city we were greeted by good friends, cheap tacos, and cervezas. We then loaded up Rafa's van and headed to the whitewater paradise of Tlapacoyan, Veracruz, Mexico. We paddled close to Tlapacoyan for a month, with a great trip to the Xico river. We paddled Big Banana, Truchas, Roadside, and Tomatas all sections of the Alseseca river. The upper and lower Rio Jalacingo also offered up some amazing paddling. After a month of amazing times, and quality agua blancas we returned home feeling Substantially stoked! Produced by: Fred Norquist Evan Garcia Additional help from Eric Parker Erik Johnson Kyle Hull Galen Volkhausen Matt Baker Rush Sturges Shot on Canon EOS 7D and GoPro hd 2 VIVA LA AGUA BLANCA!!!!!!!!!!


  • Published: 2014-10-01T11:00:42+00:00
  • Duration: 298
  • By Eve & Melanie

LOOPER is a video clip made by Eve Deroeck and Melanie Tourneur based on a song by Témé Tan. GET IN TOUCH [email protected] FOLLOW US Melanie : / Eve / Témé Tan : FIND THE SONG HERE SCREENINGS ANIMA,the Brussels International Animation Film Festival, Belgium 2015 CINE PRIVE Film Festival, Gent, Belgium 2015 PREMIERS PLANS D'ANGERS, France 2015 CINE COURT ANIME, International Festival of Animated ShortFilm, Roanne, France 2015 TRICKY WOMEN, International Animated Filmfestival, Vienna, Austria 2015 MECAL, International short film and animation festival, Barcelona, Spain 2015 ANIFILM, International Festival of Animated Films, Czech Rebublic 2015 ITFAF, International Trickfilm Festival of Animated Film, Stuttgart, Germany 2015 ATHENES ANIMFEST, Athenes, Greece 2015 GOLDEN KUKER, International Animation Film Festival, Sofia, Bulgaria 2015 PICTOPLASMA Festival, Berlin, Germany 2015 ANIMAFEST, Zagreb, Croatia 2015 ANIMAFEST, Cyprus Countryside, Cyprus 2015 INSOMNIA Festival, Jukhnov, Russia 2015 SILHOUETTE Festival , Paris, France 2015 CROQ'ANIM, Festival International du Film d'Animation de Paris , France 2015 KROK, International Animated Film Festival, boat-trip Russia 2015 KDIAF, Kuandu International Animation Festival, Tapei, Taiwan 2015 ANIM'EST, International Animation Film Festival, Bucharest, Romania 2015 KLIK, Amsterdam's celebration of Animation, Holland 2015 OTTAWA International Animation Festival, OFF, Canada 2015 BANJALUKA International Animated Film Festival, Bosnia, 2015 CutOut Fest Official selection, Querétaro, México, 2015 Festival BD Cultures Maison, Bruxelles, Belgique, 2015 GLAS Animation festival, Los angeles, USA 2016 CHILEMONOS Festival Internacional de Animación , Chilli 2016 FEST ANČA INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL, Žilina, Slovakia, 2016 THANKS TO Lora D'addazio : Nicolas Fong : Manon Brulé : Jeanne Boukraa And also : Gwendoline Gamboa, Mathilde Remy, Camille Amoroux, Ruben Broucke, Aliouch Conchin, l'Abbaye de Fontevraud, our families and friends. © E.Deroeck / M.Robert Musique : © T. Haesevoets TOUS DROITS RESERVES A EVE DEROECK ET MELANIE ROBERT

16. Distrito Federal

  • Published: 2014-07-17T11:12:26+00:00
  • Duration: 294
  • By Manuel Centeno
Distrito Federal

Manuel Centeno staging distrito federal during a short trip to Mexico. A film by Gustavo Imigrante. Produced by dinis&gustavo.

17. La Bamba | Playing For Change

La Bamba | Playing For Change

Today's new Song Around The World takes us on a musical trip from the roots of Mexico into the heart of Africa. Watch and listen to how easily this traditional song travels the globe uniting musicians, rhythms and cultures and takes us to the place where we all united people finding our way through the music. "La Bamba" featuring David Hidalgo and Cesar Rosas of Los Lobos, Andres Calamaro and La Marisoul. Turn it up and share the joy!

18. Mexico


Highlights of a trip Marc & Charly did to Mexico. Filmed by Yannock Loussouarn. Edited by Jimmy Graham.


  • Published: 2012-11-07T09:14:33+00:00
  • Duration: 585
  • By Will Hodgett

A short film following Jason Finlay and Nick Gornall on a 3 week trip frolicking around Mexico, shot as a side project while shooting Tom Rigby's section for 'The 8' Also featuring Jake Stone and Mark McCarthy Stay updated on the progress of 'The 8' at Instagram @kingoftheworms PRESENTED BY: NMD // STEALTH // VS THE 8 Big thanks to Clive and Adriana from Aqua Luna Hotel

20. GoPro Hero 3: Mexico 2015

  • Published: 2015-04-25T11:31:21+00:00
  • Duration: 208
  • By Domi McFly
GoPro Hero 3: Mexico 2015

Shot on GoPro Hero 3. Fascinating cultur, great beaches, exiting history and very cool people. This is MEXICO! I can recommend it to anyone to make a trip there. Please feel free to share, comment and enjoy :)