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Old November 23rd, 2009, 09:48 AM   #1
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My First Indie Music Video...

Shot on a Sony DCR VX2000. Two days to shoot...one for storyline, one for band performance shots. We only had two actual video lights, used shop lights for fill and video lights to cast light on the band members. My wife and I made the greenscreen from pvc tubing and green canvas. I know I was out of focus on a few shots, in the storyline especially....live and learn as they say. Anyway, rip'er to shreds boys and girls...lol, just kidding. I appreciate all the comments and feedback from all of you. Cheers.

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Old November 24th, 2009, 12:03 AM   #2
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WHAT the heck did she expect? The dog came running to the front door to greet the guy after his long day at work. That trumps the candlelight dinner...........
Juxtaposing the B/W reality against the Color reality both with full frames and the green screen in the back of the band was brilliant. Kind of like The Wizard of Oz with a twist. I may have to borrow that trick sometime in the future. I predict this will not be your last Indie.
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Old November 24th, 2009, 01:19 PM   #3
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Bill, Thanks for checking it out, and for your comments. I appreciate it. I used the black and white to imply that the scenes are memories and felt that the green screen would allow the present(band performance) to be more cohesive with those scenes. I also felt that the memorie scenes in the back would allow me to segway between the two, so, thanks for noticing!
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