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Old March 9th, 2007, 12:41 PM   #256
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Hi Nate,

That was really sweet. Well done.

Have you seen Peter Gabriel stop motion video, from about 20 years ago? It should give you plenty of ideas.

Looking forward to the next one.

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Old March 9th, 2007, 01:39 PM   #257
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I've got to agree with Daniel. The video seems to have had a 'cool bypass'.
It just ain't rock'n'roll.

Nice pussy shot though.

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Old March 10th, 2007, 09:22 AM   #258
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Believe it or not...I agree with you guys!!! I really don't like that video either!!! It's definitley not my crowning achievement. I wanted to do a different track as a video, but since we only had 2 hours of shooting time, we decided to do something that would have been simple that could get knocked out rather quickly...It is a VERY literal song, hence the VERY literal aspect. I should have known that by putting that on a board full of peers instead of fans of Joe G, it would have gotten hammered. I wasn't really thinking clearly on this one!!! Very funny that I would post something and then criticize it myself!!!
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Old March 10th, 2007, 04:37 PM   #259
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Short company profiling video of sorts.

Hi.
This is a video I made for my small computerfirm back in 2000.
They used it to display video on computers at their booth at a computer trade show here in Norway. They payed about $900 for it, me being an amateur and all.

Just want some feedback on it, cause with the experience I've had in the years since 2000, I'm sure I can do better.

Download Citius2001.wmv from http://www.box.net/public/cceijytje3
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Old March 10th, 2007, 05:24 PM   #260
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video game art

http://rileyharmon.com/extensions.htm


Using Infra-red sensors, hacked xbox 360 video game controllers,
and a customized version of Half-Life 2 and the Source SDK, this
interactive art installation explores pyscho-geography and how
virtual spaces affect us as human beings. A virtual space is created
of the physical location of the installation and viewers are able to
explore the space without having to actually travel.

A great deal of my studies as a student, artist, and human have
been in the areas of psychology, virtual spaces, and how environments
affect us, whether physical or simulated. [ext]ensions is an expansion
on a series of works collectively called "no_clip" involving metaphysics
and psychogeography.

As we move through space and time, there is a tension between our
physical bodies, the exterior forces of the world, and the virtual space
we hold in our minds. Are space and time relative to the individual?

According to how we operate our bodies, light comes into the retina
of our eyes which move as electrochemical impulses to the brain. We
interpret these impulses as the scenery we are walking through and
don't even see the impulses which make them up. The same is true
for our other senses as well. This interaction between the world and
our bodies is the ultimate computer, and our muscles provide the
controls.
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Old March 10th, 2007, 10:14 PM   #261
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My Work on CBS.com (Jericho)

I don't know how many of you are Jericho fans, but...

http://www.cbs.com/primetime/jericho/digital.php

I shot episodes 12 through 17 (only 12 through 14 up right now). During my summer internship with CBS in NY, I hooked up with one of the directors/producers for 48 Hours: Mystery, and I've been keeping contact with him ever since. So over Christmas break, I hooked back up with the guy who also does some work for Jericho, and they flew me down to Tampa and I got a chance to shoot some low budget, guerilla style web episodes for Jericho. We used a DVX100B, a few lowel lights and a Sun gun. It was cool, and I had a blast.

As I said, it's episodes 12 through 17, but don't expect any explosions or high crane shots, as this was run and gun style shooting, and really, it's just small videos that give some facts to the fictional characters and storyline of Jericho.

P.S. I also did some acting. I switched off with another guy between playing the park of Hawkins (the guy in the black hoody. That's me getting dragged through the Ice House).
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Old March 11th, 2007, 12:01 AM   #262
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My first reaction after reading your post was: "Wha...?" with a rather blank stare on my face. So I proceeded to follow the link and try to figure out what on earth you were talking about.

Cool idea, cool implementation...I'm still not really sure why. Your interview rambles. It starts off in a good direction, then it falls into rambling. About 1/2way through the video, I was starting to lose interest as you got REALLY technical about how the things worked.

It's not necessary to explain how each individual component does its job, what's essential is how to explain how these key components interact with each other.

So yea, really cool idea and good job with it so far. I'll keep a feeler out to find updates on this project as it grows...but that interview was lengthy and tedious...
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Old March 11th, 2007, 01:17 AM   #263
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this is my required documentation of the project for class
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Old March 11th, 2007, 02:20 PM   #264
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Check Out China White Website!!!

http://www.chinawhitemovie.com/

We start shooting March 19, 2007.

Look for updates often.
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Old March 11th, 2007, 02:45 PM   #265
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It sounds like it is gonna make some noise.
Keep up the good work.
What kind of gear are you going to use?
Good Day.
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Old March 11th, 2007, 02:46 PM   #266
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Up for peer review.

Finally, something I want to show. :)

Technical details:
Canon XL1
16x and 3x stock lenses
4 sets, no supplemental lighting (stunk!)
Shot sporadically over 5 days.


Our church is going through a series on depression. They asked us to try to capture the feeling through a combination of audio and video. The audio was pre-supplied but also recorded in-house, so we had to work within the bounds of the length and feel of the dialog. This was our attempt. Please tell me what you think.

www.ehrichs.net/DepressionSVCD.mpg (22.9meg, 68sec run time)
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Old March 12th, 2007, 01:21 AM   #267
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I tried to watch, because I'm a fan of Jericho, but unfortunately, the videos didn't work for me. That's awesome that you had the opportunity to work on this though!
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Old March 12th, 2007, 05:37 AM   #268
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Excellent piece of work Jacob, some neat techniques. I liked the woman in the diner best.

I'd expand it out to five or six sequences and have some sort of resolution, maybe something offering hope.

Well done.

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Old March 12th, 2007, 08:14 AM   #269
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Very nice. Good work man.
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Old March 12th, 2007, 10:27 AM   #270
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Scene from Blackwood

My friend Chris Bowen (also the director) said to put a scene from the movie up as well, so people can get a feel for what the movie is all about.

I mentioned before this movie is shot all in first-person perspective, as the character Dave (behind the camera) is shooting the lives of his friends and the situation they are stuck in.

This is one of 35 shots in the film. It's the first scene where the characters realize something is wrong...

Hope you enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPGfm3f2iKM

If you have not already seen the trailer, you can watch it here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDfp0VIOB2Y

Take care,

Josh Woll

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