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Andy Graham December 28th, 2006 04:40 AM

Thanks Ian, I shot it with an HD100 in DV 4:3 mode and cropped it....boring i know but it was before the 5.1.2 upgrade for FCP. The first shot was some stock footage i had shot from a small plane for a previous project and i just did a day for night colour correct on it, in fact the whole thing is day for night.

I used A cable system that i built for the tracking shots, the shot where I jump over the log i'm just pushing the rig myself before i let go. Its a very simple but effective design that allows one person to operate it. http://camerashyltd.livedigital.com/content/996856/

I did the editing in Final Cut and the type face in motion.

I took a risk with the AK47, it was a deactivated gun but still illegal to run around in public with it. It was in a woodland off the beaten track but i still wouldn't recomend it without telling the police, i was paranoid the whole time in case i got reported by a dog walker.

Thanks for the feedback Ian I appreciate it.

Andy.

Mike Barber December 29th, 2006 08:26 AM

Waking Up
 
I was hired by to make this short film to be used as a prelude to his proposal to his wife. They were going on a trip to Hawaii, where Sanjay was going to propose they renew their vows. He wanted to do something special to surprise her and as a set up for the proposal.

It was shot and edited on an extremely tight schedule only a few days with no script... only some ideas, some basic directing, and some quick and dirty editing... all the while trying to keep the project a secret from his wife, which was tricky since we needed to film her (we came up with a clever ruze: I was looking for a couple to film for a demo project).

http://arzher.com/videography/waking-up.php

Jimi King December 29th, 2006 02:31 PM

I enjoyed it.Good job.Just watch for those tricky focusing problems.
What was it shot on?Camera?
Good luck.

Mike Barber December 29th, 2006 02:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jimi King
I enjoyed it.Good job.Just watch for those tricky focusing problems.
What was it shot on?Camera?
Good luck.


Focusing, white balance, even lighting was pretty much a hack job due to limited time constraints. We had to shoot fast and forgo our egos' want for perfection.

I'm glad you liked it. It was shot with a Canon GL2, edited using Final Cut Pro 4.5 HD.

Steven Gotz December 29th, 2006 03:06 PM

Well, to be honest, it was pretty long and repetitive if you don't know the people involved.

It has a nice look to it though.

Vincent Pascoe December 29th, 2006 09:03 PM

Zero Dola Music video please Watch, VOte, and Pick Apart
 
Back to Basics for Vinnie,

no Crew, no money, no lights

just 180 Minutes downtown HVX and Stedy cam flyer...


Please vist, COment, and Vote on this 16 bars Project

yep no M2 on these shots

rip me apart if you want...


http://www.bix.com/adultEntry?editPref=true&id=31091


VP

www.vincentpascoe.com

www.myspace.com/vincentpascoe

John Britt December 30th, 2006 08:08 PM

Demo Reel: Opinions Welcome
 
I'm putting together a demo reel to help me in pursuing an editing position with the company I work for. Based on my experiece and abilities, I'm working towards an asst. editor position at best, and would love any input on what I have:

http://karatemedia.com/demoreel/

I've tried to show a variety of work, from :30 sec spots to longer interview segments. I also shot/scripted all of the content, except for the spec trailer, but I am focusing on the editing in this reel.

Thanks!


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