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Old November 18th, 2002, 01:49 AM   #316
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Old November 21st, 2002, 11:10 AM   #317
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New DV Film "28 days later"

Does anyone know what DV cameras Danny Boyle used for his latest film "28 days later" I know it was definately DV but don't know what cams were used.

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Old November 25th, 2002, 03:55 PM   #318
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Well.. time for my shot at a "concert video"

URL: http://www.docuwild.com/spetsnaz.php

Have a concert video shot i did in a local club here in Borås. Only had one camera at my disposal so i let that run off a tripod and let the talent work its' magic =) Sound was tapped directly from the PA system and heavily re-mastered afterwards (needed a lot of cleaning up).

My PD100 exposure settings were 1/25.th exposure and i only used standard col corrections (no Magic Bullet on this one). Intro was made in After Effects and the editing done on FCP 3. The entire video runs for 32 min total.

A word of caution for the sensitive listener =) This is a band that does retro late 80's early 90's body techno music a'la Front 242, Nittzer Ebb & Laibach. It's fast, it's hard, it's dynamic, and it's anti-fascist. So don't be to "shocked" when viewing it =) Though.. after Slipknot these guys feel more like the Teletubbies :P

Feedback appreciated (as long as it's not "you need a 2.nd camera dude ;)")

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Old November 26th, 2002, 11:21 AM   #319
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Hi Henrik,

Pretty cool band. Very different from what we are used to here in North America.

I have had experience shooting a similar type venue. It was hard for me deciding how to shoot the video as well, being that I only had one camera.

I really dug the intro you did, pretty slick!

I think in your situation, being that there are only two guys in the band that never really moved on stage, and a constant changing of effect lights, I would of done some suttle zooming to get some close ups of the two members. On the other hand if you did do that, you might of missed some of the action on another part of the stage. Tough call.

I guess it all comes down to what the client wants.

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P.S. -"you need a 2.nd camera dude ;)"
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Old November 26th, 2002, 12:01 PM   #320
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Yeah. hehehe.. i would have loved to have two rigs. one for this setup, one for closeups. But the guy who was supposed to be 2.nd camera cancelled the night before the gig so i was a bit short of luck :)

But in the end it isn't a total loss =)

And the intro was fun to do :) All AFX. Now if i could just get the text tools in AFX to use different char setups than the bog standard ones :) (Wanted cyrillic letters for example)

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Old December 11th, 2002, 12:58 PM   #321
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Punk Video "FYS" now up..

WARNING!!! This clip has lots of the "F" word!!!

I cut this to an audio track from Patheic Subsistence's album F.U.W. which I recorded in June and mixed this November.

It was all shot on on location at the CAC house in Houston on a GL2, edited in FCP 3.0 (Thanks to all who helped me resolve my audio woes) and is being hosted by Paul Sedillo (MANY THANKS PAUL!!!)

http://www.image-studio.com/movies/fys01.html

I sort of just went for the vibe it's not really a "music video"

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Old December 11th, 2002, 01:25 PM   #322
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I liked it, but I'm also partial to punk rock. Good stuff!
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Old December 11th, 2002, 02:16 PM   #323
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Mark,

Good show my man! I really like the colors in this short film. Nice use of transitions with the music. Good shot selection of the band, mosh pit, and punk kids.

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Old December 14th, 2002, 01:25 PM   #324
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Comments?

I was hopeing to get some feedback on this clip. I see there have been a lot of viewers but only a few comments. Remember HONEST, don't sugar coat it.
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Old December 14th, 2002, 06:35 PM   #325
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Mmmm Sugar...

Hey Mark,

Don't take any of my comments the wrong way, I feel that critisism, no matter how mad it makes you, only makes you create a better product.

Your video was cut together nicely. I liked the abstract shots that you threw in every once in awhile. It seemed a little dark, but I know what its like "working with what you got" lighting.

One thing that I would deffinitely ditch, is the final cut count down at the beginning. It cheapens the rest of the video in my opinion.

Did you use a promist when you were shooting?

I would like to hear if you used any other kinds of filters or accessories?

Over all, it's still a lot better than some of the other "pro-stuff" I've seen.

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Old December 15th, 2002, 12:15 AM   #326
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Thanks

I guess I just didn't think about the count down, thanks, I'll nix it. It looks darker on the web than on video but it's still pretty dark. I didn't use a promist when I shot, it was done in post with a freebee filter "CHV Silk and fog", I really liked how it added a little glow to the bright shots. Most of what I shot was pretty grainy and it realy took the edge off. let me know if you want a copy of the filter, I'll post it for (any of) you.
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p.s. I definately aggree about the feedback. I like "real" feedback it does indeed make you better.
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Old December 15th, 2002, 10:01 PM   #327
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Intro (Header) Film Clip

I was messing around with FCP today and created a crazy little intro clip. Thought I would share it with the class:

File Size - 230K

http://www.image-studio.com/movies/is_head.mov
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Old December 15th, 2002, 11:26 PM   #328
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Looks like

You are ready for prime time! Nice Work!
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Old December 16th, 2002, 01:42 AM   #329
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Cool, Paul! Really slick looking.
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Old December 16th, 2002, 02:14 AM   #330
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It's certainly eye-catching without being gaudy. It made my eyes cross! The cobalt blue smear on the black background is very zoomy.
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