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The Tramway HD from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.

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  1. Dennis Mahaffay says:

    Great short, Philip.

  2. john says:

    awesome, i live right next to the sandias.

  3. Leonard928 says:

    I don’t know if it is polite to critise the work but here goes.

    First of all I loved it. The soundtrack also worked beautifully. Majestic, is the thought that came to mind! I have to say, your work with this camera is truly inspiring, congratulations.

    I only have two points to make. 1) I dislike iris rolls. Did the camera automaticlly adjust exposure as the gondola came out of the shed, or did you roll iris to compensate? 2) I really would liked to have seen an exterior shot of the gondola arriving at the peak.

    We went from that wonderful departure image (all bar the iris issue) to the travelling shots, magnificent! Then, next thing you know we were just ‘there’! That just jarred for me. As for the rest of it, truly wonderful images.

    I hope that’s OK to share my opinions.

    Kind regards Philip,


  4. Ruskin the Terrible says:

    Hi philip, lovely images. Can you tell me, do you do your timelaps pans hand-held or is the movement computerised? If hand-held, they’re remarkable steady, well played!

  5. Jacob Meaux says:

    Incredible. It has such an “other-world” like feel to it.

  6. mauricefit says:

    Beautiful work Phil.
    Are you making any brightness compensation or saturation in compressor so it doesn’t look washed out?

  7. Beno says:

    Inspiring images Philip, just wonderful. I noticed panning on the last time lapse shot. Something you did in post or do you actually have a portable motion control rig?
    I’d love to know…

    1. pbloom says:

      that was post beno

  8. devin says:

    I would LOVE to hear a quick commentary on this one!! amazing as usual.