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Loren Simons May 20th, 2008 05:19 PM

Senioritis
 
http://exposureroom.com/members/simo...aa4a77eb77da7/

Shot on my Canon XH A1 and a redrock with canon fd lenses, 50mm and a 135mm. But they were only used in the class room scene and the garage.

I shot, directed, and edited this=]
it's nice when u have all the seniors in the film class coming to you, a freshman, to shoot and edit their stuff =p all thanks to my A1!

Loren Simons May 21st, 2008 04:59 PM

well heres the vimeo one http://www.vimeo.com/1044163?pg=tran...ed&sec=1044163
just incase the reason all you weren't commenting was because it wasn't on vimeo. I bet thats what it was =p he he

Jim Press May 22nd, 2008 05:33 AM

Nice work Loren!

Could you share your settings (looks 24f?); preset?

Doug Davis May 22nd, 2008 08:29 PM

I liked the latter part of this project...

The first part could probably use a slight curves adjustment to bring out some of the details in the shadows... The shutter speed seemed to be a little high once you guys got out in the sunlight... The audio in the voice over sounded like it was clipping just a little bit but that may be due to compression... I couldn't quite tell...

Overall I really liked it... Very creative... Nice use of the Redrock 35mm adapter. The depth of field seemed nice...

Christopher Drews May 22nd, 2008 09:01 PM

Yeah, good work. I wish I was making films this good when I was a freshman!
Here are my thoughts:
The intro hallway shot doesn't need editing- you have a very steady master shot (on wheels) and then you cut to a shaky second take of the dialog. There are two problems with this. 1) it is handheld 2) it is within the 90 degrees of separation rule. In my opinion, hang on the opening shot, it shows better composition and tracks better.

For the "Nooooo!" screaming shot, you've done well emulating tons of films. It's great.

Library stuff good.

Overall, great work.

-C

Loren Simons May 25th, 2008 01:45 AM

thanks to all! I actually didn't use any presets or anything i just do it all in post, but i do shoot in 24 =]


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