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cerno_group: So much better than TV. @thegypsywoodcollective thanks for sharing. #regram #modern #architecture #interiordesign.
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cerno_group: So much better than TV. @thegypsywoodcollective thanks for sharing. #regram #modern #architecture #interiordesign.


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homestratosphere:

Spacious and casual family room with TV mounted over the fireplace and lots of windows. 

homestratosphere:

Spacious and casual family room with TV mounted over the fireplace and lots of windows. 

Life in The Universe (Documentary)

yatzer:

Studio Makkink & Bey Convert the 17th century Hôtel Dupanloup Into a University Research Centre.

yatzer:

Studio Makkink & Bey Convert the 17th century Hôtel Dupanloup Into a University Research Centre.

Miniature Gold Coast from Dean Crilly on Vimeo.

Filmed from Coolangatta & Currumbin Beach (Elephant Rock) ending with views from Surfers Paradise to Southport

Music: By Télépopmusik - Smile

10 days in Australia from lahozzi on Vimeo.

Here is the second film of the “10 days” series. A journey throught timelapses in Australia.
The destinations in Australia were Sidney, Merlbourne, Great ocean road, 12 apostles, Ayers rock (Uluru), Blue mountains, Cairns, and Lizard Island.
more than 8.000 shots
hope you like it.
Edit in FinalCut 7 with color correction
Lumix GF1
Lens lumix 20mm pancake
lumix 14-140mm
GoPro HERO
music:
Intro/outro: Cinema Volta- Didjeridoo-Laukyrkan
Alexander Lasarenko- Timelapse

Miniature Melbourne from Nathan Kaso on Vimeo.

A short tilt-shift time-lapse film featuring the city of Melbourne, Australia. This piece is 10 months in the making and features a range of different events and festivals held in the city throughout the year.

Music: “Reflections” by Tom Day. Big thanks to Tom for his sound effects and audio mix soundcloud.com/tomday

Equipment: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 17-40mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L and 70-300mm f/4-5.6 USM

The tilt-shift effect and grading was applied in Photoshop, and the film was edited in LRTimelapse, After Effects and Premiere Pro CS6.

Most of the shots were captured from the Eureka Skydeck, which is a lookout at the top of Melbourne’s tallest building. Other locations were the Shrine of Remembrance memorial, car parks and bridges around the city.

Tiny Sydney from Filippo Rivetti on Vimeo.

A short tilt-shift film showing the city of Sydney.
Tilt-shift effect applied in post-production.
Shot from Bondi Beach, Sydney Tower Eye, Pylon Lookout, Dudley Page Reserve.
Thanks to the Four Seasons Hotel for allowing me to film from the roof terrace and from a beautiful suite with views on the Harbor (fourseasons.com/sydney).
From sequences commissioned by Expedia.

Edited with LRTimelapse, After Effect.
Music: Only Human by Olive Musique

Equipment used:
Cameras: Canon 5DIII and 7D
Lenses: Canon 16-35mm f/2.8, 70-200mm f/2.8, 24mm f/1.4, Zeiss 50mm 1.4

LICENSING
All sequences available up to 4K resolution.
For more info and updates:
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filipporivetti.com

Gold Coast Transport Strategy 2031 from City of Gold Coast on Vimeo.

Active and Healthy school holiday thrills to come from City of Gold Coast on Vimeo.

There’s still plenty of fun and adventure to be had in the City of Gold Coast’s Active and Healthy Holiday program which runs until January 27.

Bubble Soccer is among the entertainment on offer and Tara Atkinson from CS Fitness Australia says kids are guaranteed to have a ball.

Also on offer before school goes back are flying yoga sessions, rock wall climbing, sand art, a streetwise skate workshop and a surfing and beach activities camp.

It’s all part of the City’s award winning Active and Healthy Program that is getting thousands of residents up, out and active every week with more than 170 free or low cost activities held across the city.

No matter what your fitness level or age, the City’s Active and Healthy Program is a great way to make being active and healthy part of everyday life, with each activity run by qualified and friendly instructors.

Check out the calendar at gcparks.com.au and find an activity near you

Jenn Griffith reporting for City of Gold Coast TV

City sets its sights on safety from City of Gold Coast on Vimeo.

The City of Gold Coast hosted the city’s leaders at the inaugural Safer Suburbs forum at Evandale today as part of plans to make the Gold Coast one of the safest cities to live and visit.
Conducted in partnership with the Queensland Police Service, the forum brought community group representatives, traders and licensed venues together to map out concrete actions for reducing alcohol related violence and malicious damage to City and private property.

Mayor Tom Tate said the time was right to take action.

“This is a true partnership between the Queensland Police Service, the City and all the various interest groups. Whether it be business representatives or liquor licensing, we will work together as a team to make sure our city will be safer and you watch this space, in 12 months time the statistics will prove the case.”
New opportunities for lighting, installing more safety cameras and urban renewal are some of the strategies to be explored but Acting Chief Superintendent Des Lacy said the greatest tool for combating alcohol fuelled violence is unity.
“Alcohol fuelled violence is our priority at this stage. The local, state and federal governments are very strong in their resolve to stamp out alcohol fuelled violence,” he said.

There will be another three Safer Suburbs meetings throughout the year.

Jenn Griffith, reporting for City of Gold Coast TV.

Citizenship Ceremony from City of Gold Coast on Vimeo.

Gold Coasters from 70 different countries have taken part in the city’s biggest ever citizenship ceremony at Southport’s Broadwater Parklands.

A crowd of thousands – applicants, family members and friends - assembled on the Great Lawn, against the backdrop of the city skyline and the Broadwater.

City of Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate hosted the proceedings, leading the new citizens through their Citizenship Pledge and Affirmation. They were also congratulated by The Honourable Steven Ciobo MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer and Federal Member for Moncrieff.

Live entertainment from Queensland Police Pipes and Drums, and Gold Coast chorus The Blenders, added to the party mood of all those celebrating their first day as Australian citizens.

Mayor Tom Tate said the scale of today’s ceremony reflects the huge appeal of the Gold Coast.

Across two days of ceremonies in Southport, more than 1500 people will become new Australian citizens.

Pete Mitchell reporting for City of Gold Coast TV.

City Plan 2015 Animations from City of Gold Coast on Vimeo.

Electrofishing from City of Gold Coast on Vimeo.