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Old September 16th, 2004, 09:47 PM   #601
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Its the churches 125th Anniverary. They wanted to share some history and give some insight into the church. The project has been in production for 6 months on and off. Maybe this was a bad idea. Since your not able to see the whole thing. I cant aleast let you see the intro.

http://www.mdfilms.net/125th.mov

*Please note this is an old edit. I haven't had time to update this. But you can get more of an idea. Sorry its small.
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Old September 16th, 2004, 10:48 PM   #602
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Interesting 16 year old talent

Hello,
My daughter Kelly introduced me to a friend of hers that is a budding young talent at 16. He has done a number of spoof pieces he has posted on the Internet in QuickTime. Some of the music used in pieces have been his compositions. If you click his home site, you will find merchandise that, I am told, are somewhat ficticious but are certainly creative.

When you have a chance, go on by and give his movies a look see and offer him words of encouragement.

BTW, Nick Brilleaux is the tall thin, lanky kid in the vids. Like a lot of producers on a very tight budget he has to both act and hope the camera man does what he tells him to do.

http://www.brilleauxfilms.com/movies.html
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Old September 17th, 2004, 12:33 PM   #603
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The ending scene reminded more of an opening scene to a movie about Joan of Arc. I liked it for the most part, I thought the pacing was nice. The only problem I have with it was the superimposing of full frames over one another, but I usually never do like that. Very few times I have seen it done when I like it. But yes, It was 'impactful'. I'm sure they will love it.
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Old September 17th, 2004, 06:08 PM   #604
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Their "Closed Water" short was pretty funny. The underwater shots were also very good in that video. He's definately got talent.
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Old September 17th, 2004, 08:47 PM   #605
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What's also interesting is the limited amount of equipment he has. I'm not even sure what kind of mic'ing he has.

My daughter tells me when he's doubling as an actor he sets up the shots and then instructs one of his friends how to move the camera. I believe for the most part he's all self taught.
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Old September 24th, 2004, 10:38 AM   #606
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Howdy from Austin, Texas ya'll!

Hey there,

I've intro'ed myself here before but thought I do a little shameless plug after completing a recent music video with my JVC GY-DV500.

I thought you'd enjoy the images this camera can capture:
http://michael-morlan.net/pages/prod...candleshop.htm

BTW, I'm a semi-pro D.P. and director of animated and live short narratives. I've shot with 16mm b&w and color, the XL-1, XL-1S, and JVC GY-DV500.

My camera is becoming obsolete, however. I'm envying some of the progressive and HDV cameras appearing on the scene. Time to upgrade soon. :-)
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Old September 24th, 2004, 12:03 PM   #607
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Aspire: Jovanny Benitez

Aspire is a bmx contest that is judged by sending in a video of yourself riding. My friend Jovanny wanted to enter and he asked me to shoot and edit the video for him. Here is the link...

http://www.bmxbums.com/videos/aspire.wmv
http://www.bmxbums.com/videos/aspire.mov


Overall I am happy with the video, there are a couple things I dont like about it. In the beginning, the shot is very unstable, I did this on purpose to give the feeling of walking up to him. Now I'm starting to think I should have used my steadycam. And there is a clip in there where he is doing a 540 in a backyard mini ramp and I cut his head off a bit. Other than that I like the way it came out.
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Old September 24th, 2004, 03:38 PM   #608
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I thought that was awesome. Great footage, and that kid is good. I was falling out laughing at the end from the 'outtakes'...looked like he ate $hit there a couple of times.

Say, how'd you do that cartoon graphic at the beginning? I liked how it went from a drawing to an animation. That's pretty slick.

I think you did a great job...
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Old September 24th, 2004, 11:40 PM   #609
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<<<-- Originally posted by Bobby Abernathy : I thought that was awesome. Great footage, and that kid is good. I was falling out laughing at the end from the 'outtakes'...looked like he ate $hit there a couple of times.

Say, how'd you do that cartoon graphic at the beginning? I liked how it went from a drawing to an animation. That's pretty slick.

I think you did a great job... -->>>


Thanks! To do the animation I drew the background on a sheet of paper and scanned it, and then on another sheet of paper I drew a biker and scanned it. Then I used AE to put it together frame by frame. AE was also used to merge it with the video clip.
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Old September 25th, 2004, 07:43 PM   #610
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awesome! fun stuff man. i love that at the end you put all the wipeouts and falls, the whole time im watching the beginning im going, come on this guy must eat it sometime!
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Old September 25th, 2004, 10:55 PM   #612
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Old September 26th, 2004, 04:23 AM   #613
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Michael: I've moved your post to our showcase forum which is
more appropiate for these kind of things.
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Old September 26th, 2004, 09:08 AM   #614
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Old September 26th, 2004, 05:46 PM   #615
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New clips

Hi all, my friend and I decided to shoot some clips and here is the result. :)

http://users.starpower.net/kikosneako/MusicVideo.wmv
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