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Old October 18th, 2008, 07:14 PM   #151
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Try this for lighting....

Focal Press: Motion Picture and Video Lighting

Just about anything published by Focal Press is worth the $$.

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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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Old October 18th, 2008, 07:19 PM   #152
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You've done some great work Ted. I remember you from the DVXUser.com site.

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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, 11:04 PM   #153
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Thanks for the link, Steven! EDT
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Old October 26th, 2008, 12:37 AM   #154
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New HD100 Video

I just finished producing this for a non-profit in Maryland.

It was shown at the 2008 Washington International Horse Show.

Why Ride? on Vimeo

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Old October 26th, 2008, 09:17 AM   #155
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Hi Daniel
Very good material, both the video (nice images) and the non-profit organization work that your wife works/volunteers for.
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Old October 28th, 2008, 11:33 AM   #156
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I just finished producing this for a non-profit in Maryland.

It was shown at the 2008 Washington International Horse Show.

Why Ride? on Vimeo

Daniel Weber
That's a great project Daniel, very worth while, it's a real thrill to see people break lose through a sport like that, paraplegic, one legged and blind skiers are a lesson to us all too. Here's one I baked earlier:

http://www.beardigital.tv/en/SkiingC...rationClip.wmv

This is my poison, (I specialize in shooting on skis) in fact it's two short clips from a documentary I shot this in Colorado, the end sequence was kind of fun to do, excuse the awful puns!

A thought which may help Daniel, is that you can afford to back off with your reflector - I think you may have been using a foil faced "Lastolite" or similar, the trick is to pinpoint your actual source of light, in this case the sun, and only gently fill from the opposing side. So in this case where the sun is high and behind the subject it would be natural to keep the camera left (her right) or "on camera" cheek darker than the "off camera" cheek. so you could have used a more diffused bounce and further off. This would look good, help you avoid reflections in glasses and, very importantly, make it much easier for your interviewees. Just a thought, great shots and story though.
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Old October 30th, 2008, 11:00 AM   #157
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I must apologize, the link above is to a video clip that I could have shot on a 200 series camera - wish that I had if you like. In fact I shot it on a Sony BVW 700 with a front end wide angle and a 9 Amp PAG battery on the back, I guess the weight of that alone was what kept me on the surface really! How I wish we'd had these GY-HD 200 series cameras then. Maybe I wouldn't have become the "Hunch Front of Notre Dame".
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Old November 24th, 2008, 07:31 PM   #158
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music video HD101 shot in Tampa (FL)

Here is a video shot in Tampa with the HD101, stock lense, mattebox w/ grad ND and polarizer.

capdvhs-mpeg streamclip-FCP-Color.

also, video is "hd-quality" on youtube, uploaded 720p, which is a relatively new feature on youtube...

YouTube - Mr. Smith - "Fresh White T" (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
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Old December 3rd, 2008, 12:18 PM   #159
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Congoro. New trailer.

A while back, I posted a link to the Congoro website and their preliminary trailer.

The project is now complete with all sound work, colour grading and enhancements all done. The guys are now finishing off the interviews for the DVD. The music vid is done.

The origination was on JVC GY-HD100 with Mini35-400 and Nikon prime lenses.

The long version trailer has been posted on YouTube and can be found here :-

YouTube - Congoro theatrical trailer 2

The shorter versions are also there.
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Old January 10th, 2009, 09:11 PM   #160
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Climbing doc extended trailer

Mostly shot with HD-100.
YouTube - Painted blue extended 1
YouTube - Painted blue extended pt2
Hope you guys like it.
P.S. This is NOT finished work, but work in progress. Any comments and criticism are welcomed

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Old January 11th, 2009, 07:46 PM   #161
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Death bet (formerly worktitled "the cage").

You may have recalled my previous posts on a local indie, then worktitled "The Cage", created on the JVC-GY-HD100 camera system.

The batteries at the time were a serial pest, running down very quickly and a roundrobin cycle of quick charging ensued. Other than that issue which was later solved with v-mount batteries, the camera was reliable with no down time at all.

The DVD version has found a home on Netflix as "Death Bet".

The feature was shot direct-to-camera. Some of the "behind-the-scenes" footage was shot
on a Sony HVR-Z1P with an early version home-made AGUS35 35mm adaptor.

How much of the adaptor footage was used in the featurette if any I don't know.

The revised trailer can be seen on YouTube at this web address :-

YouTube - Death Bet
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Old January 25th, 2009, 01:49 PM   #162
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Website commercial/spot for Oilersnation.com

Website commercial/spot for Oilersnation.com

Shot 720/30P

Oilers Nation Spot on Vimeo
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Old January 27th, 2009, 03:53 AM   #163
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Nice one Chris!
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Old February 20th, 2009, 04:55 AM   #164
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Short promo

Heres one I completed recently.

Robinson Roofing Promo on Vimeo

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Old February 20th, 2009, 10:28 AM   #165
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Drew: Beautifully shot, great filter use, judicious use of cants and speed ramping. Even like what you managed to pull out of Garage Band. One niggle though: the voice over sounds TERRIBLY thin. A nice looking piece.
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