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Music video by Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes performing Look At Me Now. (C) 2011 JIVE Records, a unit of Sony Music Entertainment
Metronomy - The Bay Taken from The English Riviera http://bit.ly/iTunes-WW-Metronomy-EnglishRiviera Directed by David Wilson Produced by Colonel Blimp Filmed in Torquay, Devon With thanks to The English Riviera Tourism Company
.｡.:* Read Me*:.｡. Check out the Step by Step version here bit.ly This video will show you how to achieve that natural blushing bride look with a few easy steps. For weddings, avoid high SPF foundations. If your wedding is outdoor, a few hours in the sun without SPF won't harm you because when you go indoors or the reception takes place at night, you may end up with the white ghost face in your photos because of the high SPF formula. Stick with waterproof and long wearing formulas because you're going to receive lots of hugs and kisses. So you want your makeup to be bulletproof. Waterproof mascaras and eyeliners are a must, just in case you might cry. You don't want to end up looking like a Tim Burton character...unless that's what you were going for! Music - ♬ ♪ Clair de Lune by Debussy ♬♪ Fly Me to the Moon by Olivia Ong ► ► iQQU is having a summer sale! Eyeliner for $12.00, Check it out! iqqubeauty.com ► I use IQQU acne serum, it's part of my daily skin care regime to keep my face clear! iqqubeauty.com ♥ Follow me on twitter! ♥ www.twitter.com ♥ If you have a Facebook, please add me! ♥ www.facebook.com All makeup is from Lancome. I didn't want to list all the products because for a wedding, I think it's best for you to find what suits you. I just wanted to offer tips and talk about product formulas. Lipstick by Lancome "Love it" My current favorite color! bit.ly Sorry for the lack of videos. I've been traveling quite a bit, I flew to Paris for a week, back ...
Click to Tweet: http://bit.ly/gu0lOG Learn what makes great looking images in film, music videos etc. It's not always the camera but how you design the shots. In this second tutorial I try to explain how I setup a very stylized looking performance shot for a music video. The "streak filter" I use in this video is an actual camera filter you put in front of your lens while shooting. They fit on your mattebox and usualy come in 2 and 3mm sizes. 2mm produces a thicker and more noticable streak and 3mm is less noticable. Thanks to Christopher Charles for starring in the video! You can see more tutorials in HD and for free on my youtube channel: www.youtube.com/user/polcan99/ Add me on facebook for more updates: facebook.com/tom.antos
I guess it was the complete and utter fascination with the game's specifics that brought us together. Back then it was the way John Starks dwarfed the Bulls with that one dunk. Chuck's oversized personality. Oscar Schmidt's refusal to join the league. The Worm's hustle and post-outlet up-court jog. Billy Hoyle's understatement. Mike's "I got this" face. Petro celebrating each deep three like a game winner, the Reignman's lisp and Shaq's draft hype. First pick. Young Penny. Run TMC. Hoop Dreams. Scottie's reach, LJ's beard, C-Webb's shorts, Horry's rings and Seikaly's South Beach babes. The myth of Real Madrid's Arvydas Sabonis. AI's swag, Stockton yo-yo'ing at the 3pt. line and Oak's midrange J. A capacity crowd at the park. Sprewell vs. Coach Carlesimo. Buggin Out vs. "Larry". Bird's cameo in "Jump Around". Thunder Dan from downtown, KJ over the Dream and Zo posting up down low. Jesus Shuttlesworth. Vintage jerseys, new team logos and fresh kicks. Dikembe's finger, Ryder's Oakland roots and the Mailman's boots. Marv Albert's "yesss", Coach Jackson's gait and Dominique's windmill. Well, you get the picture... Growing up in Munich, Germany, in the 90ies, basketball nerds, hip hop heads and solid competition were hard to come by. That's probably what made it all the more special when we did team up, sharing common interests in sneakers, all types of basketball action and Q-Tip's flow. We partied together, talked a whole lot of trash and competed in endless pick-up games. It was Chris' sneaker store and our distinct drive to create something unique, which naturally lead to the founding of K1X. The Nation of Hoop is our personal contribution to basketball culture. At first, everything was pretty much learning-by-doing. We fed off of each others’ vibe, always pushing the project to the next level and quickly gained serious momentum. That's what it's like when you're in the zone. People caught on and made K1X from a local phenomenon to an international brand. We still consider ourselves underdogs but are right on course to "take over the world - one court at at a time". The bond which was crucial to K1X' tip-off is still palpable in our company's every move. We've grown like a high school power forward and strengthened all aspects of our game. K1X will forever remain a "by ballers for ballers" unit. Of course, it was the support and inspiration of countless individuals along the way, that made K1X into a movement. Team Sierra Leone. Homicide Williams. Ron Artest. Bobbito. The So Solid Crew. Guru. Joell Ortiz. Saigon. Sean Price. Saian Supa Crew's Sir Samuel. RZA. SLAM Magazine. Darren "Primal Fear" Phillip. The Spezializtz. The PXA Posse. Kool Savas. Team Flight Brothers. Ghost. Rick Apodaca. Kareem "Big Game" Reid. Ademola Okulaja. World B. Free. Club Selecao. Meth & Red. Stay High. Josh Angulo. Red Cafe. El. Ryan. Dave. Max. The Cali Agents. Edmoses Bar. Patrick Mohr. BG Goettingen. Urspring Academy. The Hip Hop Don't Stop crew. Charles Oakley. And the back-to-back streetball champion K1X Warriors. The collective listed above helped coin our "Basketball is Hip Hop" conviction - and underlines K1X' "play hard" philosophy with a big fat red marker. We're talking open air hoops, all out hustle, all day winner stays runs, ocean side courts, shirts vs. skins, loose ball diving, elbowing for position, shooting for the ball, finding the open man, triple fakes, finger tape, clearing the bench, behind the back passes (if they serve a purpose that is), offense calls, lazy sunday morning shootarounds, ongoing rivalries, the Chiefglider, finger roll layups, nasty dunks, fastbreaks, full court pressure, courtside shortys, in your face threes, gully bank shots, old school vets, new school talent, win by two, cutting down the net, flood lights, hardwood skid marks, skid marks in the opponent's padded tights, late entries, "money", pre-game trash talk and post game pounds, grip, last second steals, above the rim blocks, yo mama, gym squeaks, backing a teammate against all logic, nicknames, neighborhood hype, office matchups, team huddles, high fives, winning, a rep, bragging rights, beats and basketball. We are the Nation of Hoop. Catch us at your local streetwear pusher or basketball store in forty countries - and counting. Play hard - don't embarrass our products.
Click to Tweet: http://bit.ly/hvP1hp Learn what makes great looking images in film, music videos etc. It's not always the camera but how you design the shots. In this first overall tutorial I try to explain in general terms what designing a shot entails. This can be applied with any video cameras, as well as digital and film cameras. It's the basics of good photography. Special thanks to Beverley Marquis for starring in the video. Shot using the Red One Camera and Canon XH-A1. Here are great example of what you can do with a barebones DV camera (courtesy of Jeremy Mcdermott): http://www.vimeo.com/3180816 You can see more tutorials in HD and for free on my youtube channel: www.youtube.com/user/polcan99/ Add me on facebook for more updates: facebook.com/tom.antos
I have gotten a lot of emails asking me about Magic Bullet Looks and color grading. Here is a brief run through and then the A Day At The Beach clip with before and after shots of each clip.