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Old March 15th, 2005, 04:10 PM   #256
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Dark Comedy

Just finished another project.

My friends and I are huge fans of the Banana Phone flash video, so we decided to re-create it with a few adjustments.

Week of pre-production, 2 hrs production time, day to edit.

Adobe Premiere, PV-DV953, DVfilm

Windows Media (17MB)
http://www.rch-e.com/rche/films/BananaPhone.wmv

Quicktime (20MB)
http://www.rch-e.com/rche/films/BananaPhone.mov

Lemme know what you think. Thanks!
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Old March 15th, 2005, 05:43 PM   #257
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I'm not familiar with the BanPhone you mention and have no idea what to think about this; strangely, it was entertaining. Maybe because I am at work and am counting the last hour down till I bail? Maybe, it was just twisted enough for me to appreciate it.

Your talent is surprisingly pretty good; I usually rate actors in the 'Either You Can' or 'You Can't' category and rarely do I say they are somewhere in the middle. These guys were somewhere in the middle; rough around the edges maybe? Or maybe they just believed in what they were saying.

I can't say too much about the camerawork and lighting as it was just average and nothing leapt out at me that screamed 'Cinema!'. Maybe you should work on that area?

The editing could be tihgtend up a bit but works for the most part. Anyway; thanks for sharing! Not bad.
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Old March 15th, 2005, 06:13 PM   #258
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Pretty good take off on the original.

I find myself playing that song at least a couple times a week just for good measure.

The main annoyance of your video was the super echo-ey talking. Maybe you could redub the audio with a better setup - I really think it would add alot to it.

Otherwise pretty good work.
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Old March 16th, 2005, 11:41 AM   #259
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The Willing Suspension of Disbelief

So there's some guys around here making a movie, pretty bitchin trailer they've put together. The premise a production company is making a film they don't have the money to finish. So, they decide to rob a casino to secure the rest of the finances they need. Anyways check out the trailer its awesome.

http://thewillingsuspensionofdisbeli...dia/large.html
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Old March 16th, 2005, 12:25 PM   #260
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Snowboarding in Ukraine..

Hello people!

Here is a movie about snowboard camp that took place in Ukrainian mountains in 2004. Take a look!

http://www.simpleidentity.com/dragobrat2004.htm
Approx. 24 mb, *.mov file..
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Old March 16th, 2005, 02:44 PM   #261
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Commercial spots

The URL for my latest commercial spot is:
SPOT 1: South Metro Automotive
http://nextlevelmediaproductions.com...southmetro.wmv

About this spot:
It was shot on DVCPro. The first 15 seconds were done handheld, the latter 15 sec. were done on a track dolly I built myself (plug, plug), and the entire piece was color graded using AVX plugins for Avid.


Here's a spot that I did a while back as part of a larger campaign.
SPOT 2: Hausfeld's Salon & Spa
URL: http://nextlevelmediaproductions.com.../hausfelds.wmv

About this spot:
This is a 15 sec. promotion for a DVD giveaway. It was constructed entirely in After Effects.

NOTE: Whereas I do own the same equipment used for creating these spots as part of my freelance business. These two pieces were created while on the clock at my day job for a television station.
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Old March 16th, 2005, 02:53 PM   #262
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Nice little spots Rick.

Have a lot of family in Dayton, OH. So Im around the Centerville area quite often when I visit. I will have to look for South Metro Automotive the next time I visit. haha

Nice work.
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Old March 16th, 2005, 05:54 PM   #263
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yeah...so ...my server is about to get smoked from other forums watching this, is there anyone here that could temporarily mirror one of the formats? i took them offline temporarily but could put them up for you to get them, any help is apprieciated, thanks
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Old March 16th, 2005, 08:50 PM   #264
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These commercials looked really professional.

I really found the South Metro Auto one to be funny- however its voiceover was pretty cheap sounding.

Overall top-notch work.

Would you mind saying how much spots like this go for up in your area?
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Old March 16th, 2005, 08:56 PM   #265
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That was some incredible cinematography. The teaser was excellent and I look forward to catching the full length movie.

The only thing I would have done without were the cheesy vertical lines. I think the overall coloration provided the old film effect enough on its own.
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Old March 16th, 2005, 09:04 PM   #266
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I watched the first one, and I thought it was well done. Professional, except, as stated above, I thought the voice over was a little "cheap". I'm not sure if its the mixing or the actual voice talent. I liked the humor, I just wonder if the "average" person will remember what a flux capacitor is and get it ;)
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Old March 16th, 2005, 09:04 PM   #267
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Looks good. I love these movies on extreme sports.

What was it shot with?
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Old March 16th, 2005, 09:21 PM   #268
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I agree with Brandon, they look good.
Well, to be honest I only saw the first one...but it looked good.

I'm also curious, how much do spots like this go for in your market?

I've been shooting quite a few freelance spots here, and I'm curious on the difference from market to market.
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Old March 16th, 2005, 09:23 PM   #269
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I liked the shadow mismatch with the gunman at the very end. Serious post work there. The audio sounded like it was so hot it was clipping.
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Old March 17th, 2005, 06:17 AM   #270
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dragobrat 2004 video

The movie was shot with Canon XM2.

daylight footage - movie mode,
at night - frame mode, and shutter speed - 1/25..

There was not enough light, so the video have some noise..
What i'm trying to do, is to make this movie like an old movie, to hide the noise behind the old film effect.

Film effects was recorded from a real 8mm film (no computer old movie effect), and then added to the movie.
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