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Old December 30th, 2008, 10:59 AM   #1
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Niall Megahey Niall Megahey is offline December 30th, 2008, 10:59 AM

Hi all, Happy Christmas and New Year

Just thought I post this clip up for some critique. I know itís not great in places and I feel it has itís hi and low points, It was shot with a Z1 and a Merlin. They day went very fast, but the couple were great, but by the end my arms were killing me from the Merlin, I need to hit the gym for that thing : )

Oh and the singers like an Irish Elvis over here, well kinda!! thatís who Dickie Rock is if your wondering.

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Old December 30th, 2008, 12:29 PM   #2
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Nice video quality, did you do any color grading in post? Can't really critique whole content as my office laptop has no sound card. Nice work with the Merlin although I think there were too many glidecam shots but that's just me though.

I am sure the couple will love it. What's next a New Years Wedding j/k
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[QUOTE=Noel Lising;986150]Nice video quality, did you do any color grading in post? Can't really critique whole content as my office laptop has no sound card. Nice work with the Merlin although I think there were too many glidecam shots but that's just me though.

Thanks Noel for the reply.I used some presets in MB Looks that i tweaked a bit, but manly used a color curve in vegas. I find MB really great for brightening up dark clips, the exposure tool seems to give better results compared to vegas.
Your right about the overuse of the steadycam i think. ive been trying to get alot move very slow pans, but its quite hard to keep it steady doing that. but yeah, i need to just stay still now and again : ) Its great fun though!
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