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    Your own video.

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    I thought about posting this on the Amazing Videos thread but I had problems producing anything more than 2 minutes long and this is the best I could come up with.
    Ended up spending more time than I should, but anyways, here goes. A thread about your own special video that is perhaps interesting, maybe...

    This one, took 2 hours and 50 minutes of shoot time to produce 1.18 minutes of real time, with music.
    Without the music, the app allows me to run the whole 3 minutes shebang but alas, it has it's limitations and kept crashing, thus wasting a lot of time re producing with a fair amount of angst. In the end this is what I got, with music.

    Video taken after the main rush in the morning when I was able to sneak the phone to record.

    A good day for coffee.

    A summer,s day - YouTube

    Feel free to post your own here, keeping in mind the rules and conditions when posting.

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    Terrific mate, well done indeed....

    Very interesting to see the light patterns and shadows change as the time goes by.

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    Cheers mate.

    Is a shame the app doesn't work as advertised for me, otherwise there would have been 3 minutes of extra footage with barista work flow included.

    Had enough space on the phone and SD card, with screen resolution turned down and WI FI turned off while rendering as suggested by the app.

    Don't know what else to do unless someone has advice.

    Have since uninstalled the app and sent feedback to the developers.

    Would have been much more nicer to watch otherwise.

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    Very nice video.
    If it doesn't necessarily need to be coffee related, I'll dig up one of my creative videos to add to this thread.

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    By all means fg1972.
    This thread is all about videos that coffee lovers produce themselves, coffee related, or non coffee related, rather than posting material based on other people,s work.
    So, do something creative that is uniquely yours and post it here.
    Can be a slow motion naked portafilter espresso shot porn, dog eating chaff, a trip around your grove of coffee trees or perhaps show off your coffee station.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidewayss View Post
    Is a shame the app doesn't work as advertised for me, otherwise there would have been 3 minutes of extra footage with barista work flow included.
    That's a shame indeed. Would have loved to see that

    I think I spend too much time distracting you guys instead of observing your workflow when I'm there. :P

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    This second one shows the my work station during the rising sun that always threaten to sear half our faces on a daily basis.

    The LaMaz Linea has always been a true workhorse.

    Next to the shop grinder is the Curtis brewer for individual filter single origin brews.

    Played with rendering the melllow song Morning Has Broken by Cat Stevens contrasting in the background of the hyperactivity of the morning rush.

    Steaming silky milk to 63 degrees is my forte.

    Our Lauren the runner mentioned she never saw herself move so fast. I then mentioned if she could move half as fast...she just looked at me sidewayss...

    Coffee at sunrise. - YouTube

    Enjoy.
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    nice work gary!

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    Thanks chris. Was fun making it and had a laugh. Broke old records three days in a row last week. We certainly felt the pain after coming down from the adrenalin rush each day. Good to know new clients discovered us from word of mouth, since we are limited by red tape by the owners and management.

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    A genuine Cuban cigar smoked by a ducted vacuum cleaner in my backyard...

    Cuban cigar smoked by vacuum cleaner - YouTube

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    My wife filmed me with my hoe so my mates could watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by ax72 View Post
    A genuine Cuban cigar smoked by a ducted vacuum cleaner in my backyard...

    Cuban cigar smoked by vacuum cleaner - YouTube
    Trouble is about 30 seconds into it you start looking around for something else to watch from the menu on the side......

    Cigar Smoking Vacuum - YouTube

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    OK, if people haven't seen it already, here's my video, "Was this a god shot?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASchecter View Post
    OK, if people haven't seen it already, here's my video, "Was this a god shot?"
    That was my reaction when I saw your serious kit on the bench. "Oh My Gard!!"

    Good thing you didn't go blind after that..
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    Nice one fg...

    Mal.

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    Well done fg.

    Enjoyed watching that.
    Had the right sounds of world war 2 and the black and white theme.

    Did you assemble the plane yourself?

    Can imagine the kind of foul tasting boiled to smithereens kind of coffee they were drinking in their metallic mugs back in those days just to stay awake during war..

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    Thanks guys,
    @sidewayss, it's an ARF (almost ready to fly) kit where the wings and fuselage are already built but to complete the airplane still requires quite a bit of assembly.

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    Cheers fg.

    Here in Perth it's quite fascinating to bring out our inner kid in us to go to the local park a few kays away to see the model plane club put their planes through their paces.
    My youngest brother is involved in RC bitumen car racing apart from the sporadic forays in drag racing on his "vintage" ZZRR1100 Kawasaki bike.

    Here is another video from the big sister cafe where the beans used at the cafe on the first video where I work are roasted.

    Saturdays is a 400 cuppa. Sundays are usually 450 cuppa days.

    Time flies when you're busy. I only drink coffee on weekends now.

    A morning at The Roastery - YouTube

    Enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sidewayss View Post
    Wow.. That looks really busy! Nice vid Gary

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    Couple of ones from a good days roastin

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    Quote Originally Posted by oble89 View Post
    Wow.. That looks really busy! Nice vid Gary
    Certainly is regularly like that on weekends Gerrard.

    Great team of people who still have time to smile and chat to you while they are smashing them out.

    Is worth the drive down to enjoy the cafe/roastery experience there.

    I am considering doing a series of similar videos at other various cafes in different locations around the city just so we can have a feel or expectations of them since we are all not able to visit them due to constraints in time or distance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwcalder05 View Post
    Couple of ones from a good days roastin

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    I may be wrong, is that a Quest 3 I,m looking at?

    Your latte art is excellent. Perhaps you could make a few short videos of your work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidewayss View Post
    Cheers fg.

    Here in Perth it's quite fascinating to bring out our inner kid in us to go to the local park a few kays away to see the model plane club put their planes through their paces.
    My youngest brother is involved in RC bitumen car racing apart from the sporadic forays in drag racing on his "vintage" ZZRR1100 Kawasaki bike.

    Here is another video from the big sister cafe where the beans used at the cafe on the first video where I work are roasted.

    Saturdays is a 400 cuppa. Sundays are usually 450 cuppa days.

    Time flies when you're busy. I only drink coffee on weekends now.

    A morning at The Roastery - YouTube

    Enjoy.
    had no idea you were at the roastery! couple good friends of mine are long time regulars since opening and have had a couple cuppas there myself. the curtis brews a pretty mean filter and of course, the espressos. no surprise with how busy it looks in the vid - we're often very happy with how well the neighbourhood has taken to enjoying a great coffee!



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