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Old May 2nd, 2008, 07:00 AM   #1
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Preview of GRALHEIRA Portuguese village

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Old May 6th, 2008, 07:16 AM   #2
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Preview of GRALHEIRA Portuguese village

http://www.vimeo.com/963372
I apologise for not being translated into English but is somewhat complicated translate the poem and thought of this person. He talks about the village and his love of land.
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Old May 6th, 2008, 08:46 AM   #3
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Gustavo I really liked your clip. The feel and the flow was excellent. I'm learning a lot by seeing shorts like these and Phil's and many others here. I film events here in Maryland and have developed a style that I really love and now want to implement film techniques into my style. Seeing these shorts across this board is a treat. 2 things I want to mention. 1. A lot of your shots were underexposed, the opening shot of the goats the guy speaking, and so forth. That can be you wanted to get a max in your dynamic range. It would have been nice to have used the curves in your clip to get the color to really pop. 2. There's a spot at the bottom of your lens that was present in your video. Besides that fantastic composition filming and story telling! Thanks for sharing

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Old May 9th, 2008, 04:35 AM   #4
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Gustavo I really liked your clip. The feel and the flow was excellent. I'm learning a lot by seeing shorts like these and Phil's and many others here. I film events here in Maryland and have developed a style that I really love and now want to implement film techniques into my style. Seeing these shorts across this board is a treat. 2 things I want to mention. 1. A lot of your shots were underexposed, the opening shot of the goats the guy speaking, and so forth. That can be you wanted to get a max in your dynamic range. It would have been nice to have used the curves in your clip to get the color to really pop. 2. There's a spot at the bottom of your lens that was present in your video. Besides that fantastic composition filming and story telling! Thanks for sharing

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Hello Isa...thanks for your comment... :)
I gave the style in post-production such as underexposed, spot effect, blur...but im steel working on that... ;)
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