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Old December 28th, 2006, 05:40 AM   #1171
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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.
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Old December 29th, 2006, 09:26 AM   #1172
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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
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Old December 29th, 2006, 03:31 PM   #1173
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I enjoyed it.Good job.Just watch for those tricky focusing problems.
What was it shot on?Camera?
Good luck.
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Old December 29th, 2006, 03:43 PM   #1174
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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.
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Old December 29th, 2006, 04:06 PM   #1175
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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.
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Old December 29th, 2006, 10:03 PM   #1176
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Old December 30th, 2006, 09:08 PM   #1177
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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.

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