Orbital Mechanics in 60 Seconds – Part I

Explaining basic space travel visually, without any math or difficult terminology, using the example of a trip to the moon. Introduce someone you know to the basics of space travel! Re-recorded the VO on a better mic, and adjusted a couple of things. Original Author: Produced by Exploring Space and published>>>

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London is a sprawling, hectic and ever-evolving city. My aim for this short travel film was to show a glimpse of what it’s like to live in this city. From its food to its people, London is diverse and at times chaotic, and certainly more than just its tourist hot spots (a fair few of which have obviously still made the cut).

I hope I have managed to capture at least a flicker of the city.

I’m very grateful to everyone that helped me make this project (that took far longer than I would care to admit),
and I am especially grateful to those who gave me permission to film them (my apologies if It’s not made the film, I had an enormous amount of footage).


0:07 Oxford Circus
0:15 Changing of the Guard
0:20 Buckingham Palace
0:23 Camden
0:31 Borough Market
0:37 Sticks n Sushi Restaurant, Covent Garden (sticksnsushi.com/en/restaurants/london/covent-garden)
0:46 Berwick Street Food Market
0:51 Holland Park Chess Club
0:53 Portabello Road
0:57 Southbank
1:08 The Tower of London
1:12 The Natural History Museum
1:15 The Victoria and Albert Museum
1:19 The Nomadic Garden
1:27 Stockwell Skate Park
1:28 Southbank Skate Park
1:30 Rage Dragon Boat Racing Club (ragingdragons.co.uk/)
1:34 London Rowing CLub (londonrc.org.uk/)
1:39 London Royal Docks Open Water Swimming (londonsroyaldocks.com/open-water-swimming/)
1:45 The House of Parliament
1:49 Picadilly Circus
1:58 The London Underground
2:03 The Millenium Bridge
2:04 The Lord Mayors Parade
2:07 Brixton Brewery (brixtonbrewery.com/)
2:21 The London Eye
2:23 St Paul’s Cathedral
2:33 Baitul Futuh Mosque
2:38 The Houses of Parliament
2:41 Afternoon Tea at Dalloway Terrace (dallowayterrace.com/)
3:00 The Tate Modern
3:04 The Houses of Parliament
3:10 The City of London from Tower Bridge

Sony A7rii,
Sony 24-70mm f4,
Sony 10-18mm f4,
Sony 50mm f1.8,
Zhiyun Crane 2 Gimbal
Edited with Premier Pro

Music Licensed from Musicbed
Artist: Jordan Critz
Song: Edge of the Light

The aerials have all been licensed from stock footage sites as drone flying in London and UK is regulated.

Tags: london and travel

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They Saw The Sun First

“Old people’s speech is not to be dishonoured – after all, they saw the sun first.” They Saw the Sun First is a timely film by Stefan Hunt featuring real interviews with New York’s elderly and a dreamy score by FKJ – brought to life through dance, performance and the>>>

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Het Reevediep

There is a new water connection between the river IJssel and the Drontermeer. It is called the Reevediep. It is a high water channel and will be used to discharge high water from the IJssel in extreme conditions via the Drontermeer and the Vossemeer to the IJsselmeer. The area south>>>

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True moments of solace amid the ceaseless bustle of the city. Shot in London, UK on Sony A7III with Helios 58mm. Tags: London, uk, England, city, nature, parks, travel, travel film, sony a7 iii, beautiful, urban, impressionism, slow motion, travel vlog, europe, goose, couple, romantic, theatre and helios 44-2 58mm>>>

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Day 53

Because the fridge is the only door that seems to be opening these days… this one’s to all our fellow New Yorkers staying inside during COVID-19. We feel ya. ♥️ Trent / Marlena / Casey Cast: Casey Drogin Tags: brids, Covid19, coronavirus, quarantine , NYC and animation Original Author: Published by>>>

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As a boy with an exceptionally long nose accidentally falls into a cake, his life changes in unforseen ways. Equipped with a Super-Nose he begins to reexplore life. But everything comes at a price. “NOSIS” is this week’s Staff Pick Premiere. Read more about it on the Vimeo blog: vimeo.com/blog/post/staff-pick-premiere-nosis-by-vincenz-neuhaus/>>>

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