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Old April 15th, 2007, 09:41 PM   #361
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John,

Well done... It's kind of hard to judge the cinematography because of the compression, but the whole thing has a surreal edge. Kind of a Jacobs Ladder sort of feel. I'd like to watch it again, but I find it a little disturbing... ahh! the power of the medium. But with a deceased father, and a son I play baseball with... maybe it's a little too close to home. I found the initial hospital follow shot to be eery.

If you hadn't given the 'jist' of the story, I would have been confused over what was happening but maybe that was just me.
Thank you Ken

I really appreciate you taking the time to watch and remark on it. It was a personal piece for me as well and I confess a bit on the surreal side. In post it became much more 'spooky' (for lack of better word) as I cut it together

Thanks again !
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Old April 16th, 2007, 07:36 AM   #362
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Mopar Racing event promo...

Ok. I got this box in the mail. It had a hard drive in it with video. I was asked to try and make something of it using only what was on the drive. Its a mix of mostly video with some photos thrown in and shaken around to make it look more like video.

Here is the result...

http://dieseladdict.blip.tv/file/199915/

I wish I had a better cut of the song. It is used with permission by the way. I don't like ending during vocals.

Comments welcome!

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Old April 16th, 2007, 07:11 PM   #363
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I thought it was pretty funny, I sure didn't expect that.
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Old April 17th, 2007, 09:16 AM   #364
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"Broken" Guys New Short Film "Cyn" HVX200 Trailer Under $1000

Hey Everyone,

I created a new short film "Cyn" for Steven Speilberg’s “On the Lot” and I had to do it from script to finished product in 6 days.
Done for well under $1000, Cyn brings together an amazing group of talented people. Without these remarkably talented friends and professionals,
Cyn would have never made it's 6 day schedule.

Check out the trailer: http://www.alittlecyn.com/trailer.html

Cyn is a trimmed down version of a longer script I created for my upcoming feature film project called “Red Princess Blues.”
As I developed the "Princess" short film I noticed that it had less and less in common with my characters and storyline from the feature project.

http://www.alittlecyn.com/cyn_images/DVX_STILLS1.jpg

http://www.alittlecyn.com/cyn_images/DVX_STILLS4.jpg

http://www.alittlecyn.com/cyn_images/DVX_STILLS2.jpg

Friday: Write the script and prep the shoot

Saturday: Casting and prep the shoot; also begin working on opening titles & prep visual effects

Sunday: Rehearse, Fight Choreography and Production Design the location

Monday: Shoot day

Tuesday: Editing and color correction; begin scoring process, sound design & visual effects

Wednesday: finish scoring, sound design, composites of visual effects and master output.


Cyn was shot on the Panasonic HVX200 in HD 720p Native using four 8 gig P2 cards. This allowedme to have my assistant editor/cameraman
Ricky Pierre-Louis to download the footage on a Final Cut Pro editing system while still on set. The workflow was amazingly fast and the images were beautiful.
I wanted to give it a very unique look in post so we really pushed the limited of the camera and image.

http://www.alittlecyn.com/cyn_images/DVX_STILLS3.jpg

Let me know what you think about the teaser. The official site is: http://www.alittlecyn.com

And thanks to everyone who supported and enjoyed the "BROKEN" DVD. I hope it help some of you out!

Keep your eye on the prize :thumbsup:
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Old April 17th, 2007, 11:02 AM   #365
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Excellent. Powerful.

However, I wish you hadn't explained it in your post. I would like to have seen if I could have gotten it with no explanation.
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Old April 18th, 2007, 12:31 PM   #366
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why was it removed?
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Old April 18th, 2007, 08:30 PM   #367
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16mm B+W # 2

Ok, so this is a cut of my film 1 final. 16mm B+W bolex non-sync sound. we were allow anything and had to be under 6 min

let 'er rip. bad and good.

final screening will be soon, so Id like to have feedback before then so I can consider changes.

http://rileyharmon.com/temp/certain.mov h264 24MB, 4 min
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Old April 19th, 2007, 12:21 AM   #368
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DP Reel for review

Hi all,
This is the first time I have cut a reel together and it was hard as hell. I already see a lot I want to change and delete but I just wanted to get this far at least.
Please feel free to say anything about it and suggestions. I am more than open for critique.
Thanks!
Aram

Right click or command click and save to computer..
http://www.puffinfilms.com/Aram/Aram..._Roughcut1.mov

::EDIT::

Here is a new edit but I'm still working on it.

http://www.puffinfilms.com/Aram/Aram..._Roughcut2.mov

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Old April 19th, 2007, 04:14 AM   #369
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Very, very nice. I liked the colors, the effects, the compositions, the music and the lighting. To me it looked absolutely professional. However I was wondering why such a professional video has these shaky / bucking sites!? I am especially thinking about the shots in the park, but there have also been some other shots.

Regards, Oliver

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Old April 19th, 2007, 09:15 AM   #370
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Looks superb,very professional looking actually. Well done.
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Old April 19th, 2007, 12:12 PM   #371
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Very, very nice. I liked the colors, the effects, the compositions, the music and the lighting. To me it looked absolutely professional. However I was wondering why such a professional video has these shaky / bucking sites!? I am especially thinking about the shots in the park, but there have also been some other shots.

Regards, Oliver
Thanks for the comments guys. Keep em coming. The shaky shots were because I was shooting hand held with an adapter and rails on the camera and after a day of shooting your arm just can't keep it as steady as you want. I could stop the shake in post but I figured its not that bad. I did think about it though, maybe I will do it.
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Old April 19th, 2007, 02:19 PM   #372
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Hi Aram!

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[...] I figured its not that bad. [...]
It's not bad at all - it is just some kind of contrast to the perfect looking rest of the vid. ;-)

Regards, Oliver
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Old April 19th, 2007, 10:21 PM   #373
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New version in first post. Comments very welcome. :)
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Old April 19th, 2007, 10:26 PM   #374
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This Sunday folks!!!
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Old April 19th, 2007, 10:28 PM   #375
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preety cool.... Did you make it to the on the lot show??
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