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Old April 28th, 2008, 06:03 AM   #16
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Great colours everywhere.The eastern type music goes so well with the pictures portrayed on my screen.You said you never had much time to complete this project? cant wait for the next round, when perhaps time will be on your side because your shooting skills are right up there
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Old May 2nd, 2008, 08:00 AM   #17
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Hi Adrinn

What great colours you give us and I also like the Asian feeling in your choice of music.

I would like to see some wider shots though and some variation. Just close ups or one type of shots, will easily give the impression of something boring (no offend please). You give a diversity of different stages of the flowers and it show us the transformation in some way.

At the end I liked the bumble bee/insect coming out from the rose, that was cool :)

Untill next time in uwol#9, I wish you all the best.

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Old May 7th, 2008, 02:17 AM   #18
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Hi Andrinn - sorry I’ve taken so long to do my feedback - can only do one or two a day at the moment.
I enjoyed your colourful flower video set to oriental music - very relaxing to watch.
Your transitions are timed nicely to the music, although I had a thought . . . there are a couple of flowers there - the yellow daisy and the trumpet-like Bignonia cherere that have four clips each showing the change from bud through to dead head - possibly they could have worked quite well with longish cross dissolves between the clips to tie them together and reinforce the feeling of the change they undergo. Okay, I know, that messes up the music bit.
Watch out for your subject framing. Sometimes symmetry can work effectively in a composition but generally speaking it is less interesting and dynamic than one where the subject is positioned slightly off centre.
Your images are clear, the lighting is good and the colours are true to life. I think this is very well done especially considering your time-constraints.
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