Featuring IPPE (@cyclonesia/www.cyclonesia.com) and MR.MAD (@mamad_grinders/ma2d.tumblr.com)
Repin' for RocketCompany and FixedForward. Exploring the streets of Hongkong after the Asia Fixed Gear Championship. Woles (slow) and easy ride!
Camera: Jonathan Edwin (@JonathanEdwin)
Editor: Andira Pramanta (@andiraa)
Music by The Mighty Bop, Feeling Good.
Hope you like it. Any comments are welcomed.
The complete video will be ready SOON!
O vídeo final estará pronto EM BREVE!
Track / Faixa: Mad Rats - "Anyone but You"
Azores Fixed is a project that aims to take cyclists on fixed-gear bikes touring around the Azores islands. This first edition in 2013 was to test the format and to see how things go. But the idea is to continue and grow ever increasingly going to more islands and bringing more people.
Azores Fixed é um projecto que pretende levar ciclistas em bicicletas fixed-gear a percorrer as ilhas dos Açores. Este primeiro ano de 2013 fizemos uma espécie de edição ZERO, apenas na ilha de S.Miguel e com uma logística limitada, mais para ver como correm as coisas. Mas a intenção é continuar e crescer sempre, fazendo cada vez mais ilhas e levando cada vez mais pessoas.
i always wanted to try to do a stop-motion piece but just never got around to it...
but then i had to get my turntables fixed, so before my buddy DJ Abel put it back together, i figured i'd have a little fun with it...
it's mad sloppy, but it was a great learning experience... and it was fun as hell!
Special Thanks to DJ Abel!
You should already know what went down at the Ride n Style, and you might have already seen our first teaser video. Now here is the full edit, Race and all because people asked about it. We were actually thinking someone else was going to beat us to the punch on the full edit, but here we are again pulling an all-nighter, and dropping all the clips you have wanted to see. Enjoy, show us some love, and a big thank you goes out to every fixed gear site that threw up our first teaser video. This is a community, and we are all working to grow the fixed gear industry and FGFS. It was awesome to finally put some faces to the websites. Mad respect all the way around, and thank you to all the SF locals for showing us a great time and treating us like part of the crew, you are setting the example for the rest of the community.
Quick contest recap, Addison Zawada took home first for the Track event & Josh Boothby took home the win in FGFS
RAD RACE Last Man Standing Men's Final at Fixed Days 2014 / Berliner Fahrradschau.
WINNER FINALS BOYS:
1. MAX BAGINSKI / 8bar
2. MARIO HERNANDEZ / Mad City Riders
3. STEFAN SCHOTT / 8bar
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Cam: LUMIX LX7
Music: Just Blaze & Baauer (feat. Jay-Z) - Higher (Buy it on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/higher-feat.-jay-z-single/id683637541)
Location: Berlinkart berlin-kart.de
A brief essay from our recent trip to Saint-Louis, Arzviller, France, where we visited the famous inclined plane canal lift – “Le Plan Incliné”.
For information, please visit the official website which is available in French or German: http://www.plan-incline.com
For the monolingual English speakers amongst us, information is available from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint-Louis-Arzviller_inclined_plane
This was the first use of my new time-lapse “engine” – an Olympus OM-D E-M5 married to a Zeiss Distagon T* 2/35 ZF.2 lens (via a Novoflex adapter).
For all the hardware freaks, here’s a comprehensive list of the equipment used:
Camera: Olympus OM-D E-M5 + HLD-6 Battery Grip
Storage: SanDisk Extreme Pro 64GB Class 10 SDXC
Intervalometer: Phottix Aion Wireless Digital Timer and Remote
Lens Adapter: Novoflex MFT/NIK Micro 4/3 to Nikon F Adapter
Lens: Zeiss Distagon T* 2/35 ZF.2
Filter: Schneider 77mm True-Match Vari-ND
Filter Adapter Rings: B+W 62EI-58ESA and 77EI-62EA (58mm to 77mm step-up)
Tripod: Manfrotto MT057C3 + MH055M0-Q2 Magnesium Ball Head
Clamp: Manfrotto Super Clamp 035
Technique: Manual, ISO 200, 0.6 second exposure (“dragging the shutter”) with aperture set to f/11. The RAW images were shot at 1 second intervals. Exposure obtained by rotating the outer ring of variable ND filter with the aim to underexpose by around 1/3 of a stop. With, ISO, shutter speed and lens aperture fixed, the variable ND filter is the only adjustment available!
:: Image sets adjusted in Adobe Lightroom 4
:: Image sets imported into an Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 2K 24p project
:: Exported as 2048x1024 24p MP4 @ 75Mbps
Soundtrack: “Theme From Mad Men” by Mad Muzik.
When the opportunity arises, Physalia likes twisting and pushing the possibilities of the creative process. Such was the case when creating the opening titles for MAD MMX, as total free hand was granted by Domestika. Unhindered by a fixed narrative framework, a designer’s only “limitations” when doing an event title is creating a visual/metaphorical expression of the content and atmosphere of the event. This freedom allowed us to explore and get inspiration from Kyle McDonald’s DIY 3D scanner without the imposition of a storyboard or animatic, and inspired us to create a truly lo-fi piece.
Comissioner: Domestika , Mad In Spain
Direction & Animation: Physalia (MakMac, Hamill Industries)
Music: Tinnitustudio (Alex Mediavilla “VCS” & Egus)
Photography Assistant & Making Of: Marc Ambros
3D Scanning Software: Kyle McDonald
Ty Kellett from Somerset is part of a biking mad family and motocross has been his passion from the age of 2. Despite a freak crash in 2009, Ty's passion for the sport he loves has not faded, be it riding or behind the lens of his video camera.
Ty is not one to follow the crowd and his push bike is not what most 20 year old MX riders would go for; it's a fixed Plug which he uses to escape into the Somerset Levels and beyond.
Produced by Alex Rankin
Music: Perfect Machine
By: Big Spiders Back
Warped - EP
This is a mad curiosity - nothing to do with me, 'The BOX' was uploaded into Google deep dream.
This what wikipedia says:
The deep dream software is designed to detect faces and other patterns in images, with the aim of automatically classifying images. However, once trained, the network can also be run in reverse, being asked to adjust the original image slightly so that a given output neuron (e.g. the one for faces or certain animals) yields a higher confidence score. This can be used for visualizations to understand the emergent structure of the neural network better, and is the basis for the DeepDream concept. However, after enough reiterations, even imagery initially devoid of the sought features will be adjusted enough that a form of pareidolia results, by which psychedelic and surreal images are generated algorithmically. The optimization resembles Backpropagation, however instead of adjusting the network weights, the weights are held fixed and the input is adjusted.
See all my Orbital films here:
Here is a rough edit. Audio still needs to be fixed (vocals louder) and the titles and revolver project overlay need to be added. Pretty happy with the pace of it. They don't reference the question in most of there answers which I'm not mad on but it does flow quite nicely.