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Old March 20th, 2008, 12:25 PM   #46
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I thought that some of you might be interested in continuing our discussion of "wobbly" camerawork and "unmotivated zoom" here in a new thread...

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Old March 20th, 2008, 01:10 PM   #47
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The only thing I would do differently

Hello Michael,

Very good job!

I just watched your video, the only thing I would do differently is put the success stories up front. As a person of girth (meaning I am overweight) I was at first captivated by the commercial. but as I went on, I was looking at the people he was helping and they were already thin and beautiful. Even at five minutes, I started to get board with it-- however, when I saw the pictures at the end, I was like-- Hey! wish I lived in Delaware!

Thats what made me think that inverting the order of the folks that he helped to the front would make a difference.

Just a thought
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Old March 22nd, 2008, 11:00 PM   #48
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Hello Michael,

Very good job!

I just watched your video, the only thing I would do differently is put the success stories up front. As a person of girth (meaning I am overweight) I was at first captivated by the commercial. but as I went on, I was looking at the people he was helping and they were already thin and beautiful. Even at five minutes, I started to get board with it-- however, when I saw the pictures at the end, I was like-- Hey! wish I lived in Delaware!

Thats what made me think that inverting the order of the folks that he helped to the front would make a difference.

Just a thought
VERY good suggestion! We must remember...who are we targeting? Catch THEIR attention right away! Thanks for that one!
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