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Old June 25th, 2008, 05:33 AM   #136
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Thanks Jamal,

Heres the long version ; http://www.vimeo.com/1229221
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Old June 25th, 2008, 06:48 AM   #137
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Thanks Jamal,

Heres the long version ; http://www.vimeo.com/1229221
Looks bl**dy great Ted!
Colours and details come across really well. Is it possible you can tell us if you used a scene file and what format (30p, 60p etc?) you shot it in?

Also...I'm struggling to understand what the GG (ground glass I assume) is for? I don't suppose you could explain that to me - is it an effect rather than a technical necessity (similar to the spinning wine glass, which I've tried but ultimately it just looked like a spinning wine glass!)?
You mentioned this is DIY and on the Vimeo site it's the 35mm adaptor which is DIY...if you can get the footage looking so good with a DIY 35mm (and therefore cost effective) I'm all ears!

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Old June 25th, 2008, 11:37 AM   #138
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David,

I slightly modified Paulo Ciccone's true color version 3 scene file.

I had black stretch 1 and detail to normal.

Slow motion sequences were 480 60P uprezzed to 720 24P on the Edius timeline. All other shots are 720 24P.

Yes the adapter is DIY, and the ground glass is frosted plastic, its discussed at alternative imaging thread.

Heres the link to that thread:

http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthread.php?t=109473

The curved dolly moves were done with my DIY plywood mini skater. plans of which i posted here.

http://tedramasola.9k.com/custom2.html



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Old June 25th, 2008, 01:42 PM   #139
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Hmmm, thinking I need to come for a visit...

Well done Ted! Focus was a bit soft on one of the beach shots with people running in water. Was that intentional or one of the byproducts of using low DOF primes?
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Old June 25th, 2008, 02:39 PM   #140
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shaun,

thanks, your right, that was at the long end of the 80-200 which at f2.8 was really difficult to track focus since the distance was far and the 80-200, with just a small nudge is already a big difference in focus point and i didnt have a follow focus. the focus was going in and out but i decided to use the footage anyway. i guess its one of the challenges with using shallow dof still lenses for video.
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Old August 19th, 2008, 11:35 PM   #141
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shot on JVC HD100

2 clips shot on stock HD100 to tape with el cheapo lens.

low-budget music video clip:

http://www.gregorybennett.com/musicv...wasteland.html

informational video:

http://www.gregorybennett.com/inform.../pandemic.html
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Old August 28th, 2008, 11:44 AM   #142
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A test short

Putting my DVinfo education to test

La Capilla de los Dolores on Vimeo

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Old September 12th, 2008, 06:24 PM   #143
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Detroit Grand Prix 2009

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Old September 27th, 2008, 05:06 AM   #144
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A Short Film From Hawaii

'Welcome to Hawaii' - It's 'Meet the Parents' Hawaiian style.

A fun film we made over a few weekends. We know all the problems in many of the images. Hopefully the story gets you past it. We learned a lot. Enjoy.

http://vimeo.com/1788655
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Old September 27th, 2008, 03:50 PM   #145
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Good Intentions Promo shot on GY-HD100

Here is a sample of our documentary "Surviving Cancer: Stories of Hope".
I shot this with my GY-HD 100.
Our organization raises money to help families afflicted with cancer. Thanks for watching!
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YouTube - Good Intentions Promo
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Old October 17th, 2008, 02:06 AM   #146
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tourism promotion video

Something I just finished using JVC HD100 and HD200. This is a promotional video of my Island, a third in a series of 4 islands.
Most shots with a DIY 35mm adapter, some with the stock 16x. 5-7 shots with DVX100 uprezzed. I pushed my luck and shot a cave with an adapter with inadequate lights. -sigh..

I was shooting the rappel scene with the cam on my shoulder while myself hanged by a harness at 184 feet of a rock wall.

Some closeup shots of Caterpillars and Butterflies were shot with Zoerk adapter and an 80-200mm nikon. Wide shots with sigma 15-30mm and 20-40mm.

Bohol Island Tourism Video By Ted Ramasola On ExposureRoom

Dolly shots using DIY PVC dolly, curved moves using my DIY Plywood miniskater, crane shot used DIY jib.

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Old October 18th, 2008, 07:28 AM   #147
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Solid work. Very solild. How did you capture the underwater scene?

Also, nice title work.


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Something I just finished using JVC HD100 and HD200. This is a promotional video of my Island, a third in a series of 4 islands.
Most shots with a DIY 35mm adapter, some with the stock 16x. 5-7 shots with DVX100 uprezzed. I pushed my luck and shot a cave with an adapter with inadequate lights. -sigh..

I was shooting the rappel scene with the cam on my shoulder while myself hanged by a harness at 184 feet of a rock wall.

Some closeup shots of Caterpillars and Butterflies were shot with Zoerk adapter and an 80-200mm nikon. Wide shots with sigma 15-30mm and 20-40mm.

Bohol Island Tourism Video By Ted Ramasola On ExposureRoom

Dolly shots using DIY PVC dolly, curved moves using my DIY Plywood miniskater, crane shot used DIY jib.
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Old October 18th, 2008, 07:32 AM   #148
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Thanks for posting and sharing you work. Something to consider when you shoot again is the attention to detail. In this case, your subject's glasses reflect what looks like a TV or a window then entire time. Also, you might consider lighting you subjects face.




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Here is a sample of our documentary "Surviving Cancer: Stories of Hope".
I shot this with my GY-HD 100.
Our organization raises money to help families afflicted with cancer. Thanks for watching!
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YouTube - Good Intentions Promo
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Old October 18th, 2008, 10:14 AM   #149
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Stephen,

Thank you for your comments. It was your help in the start that got me to buy the JVC hd100. Never regretted the choice which made me later get the hd200.

The uderwater POV are the only shots I didn't do. All the rest were mine. Including -gasp! the voice over. hehe.

3D animation titles I do in MAX while map animations are done in after effects.

Edius is still my NLE of choice, especially that HQ now does alpha channels.


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Old October 18th, 2008, 10:47 AM   #150
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Thanks for watching Steven! The reflected image in her glasses is in fact my softbox. I struggled a bit with the placement of the light to get some shadow effect on her left side. This you tube clip does not reflect actually how good the segment really looks (on TV). I was pressed for time and I started shooting when she was "ready". She was nervous so I caught what I could when I could. Could you recommend any good reference dvd's about lighting? Thanks again for your comments.
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