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The DV Challenge (our semi-regular contest)
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Old September 27th, 2005, 12:26 PM   #16
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I see what you mean, a little less of the pretty walking shots and a little bit more explanation of back story from the dialogue would have helped us get a little more out of the story. It's always difficult for me to get that balance correct. (perhaps I shouldn't have gone with the cheap jokes so much (XL4, HDX400, what good is a camera with outsome one to operate, I thought those would have gone over better with the dvI'ers.

Either way we got a movie done in a week, which is more then I've been able to do in three years. I love this contest.

Darn right at least runner up on the next one!
Thanks dylan.
I have a dream that one day canon will release a 35mm ef to xl adapter and I'll have iris control and a 35mm dof of all my ef lenses, and it will be awesome...
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