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Old January 9th, 2009, 11:37 AM  
Trash The Dress + Lake + Winter = Brave Bride
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So I finally have a bride brave enough to get a little wet... and of course it's last week on one of the coldest days of the year. It doesn't get very cold in California (34 degrees that day), but there is no way I would have gotten in that water!

Anyway, it's a short 2 minute Pre-Wedding Bridal Feature. The dress she trashes at the end was a freebie dress... for those of you wondering about a pre-wedding trash the dress. As always all input (good or bad) is welcomed!

Bridal Feature Promo

Sorry for the funky link... I have an all flash website so I can't link directly to the video and I didn't want to have to explain how to navigate to the video. Enjoy!
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Old January 12th, 2009, 06:34 PM   #16
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How did you go about learning to use it? The two times that I tried to use it I just felt lost and I didn't like having to take my footage out of FCP and into color.
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How did you go about learning to use it? The two times that I tried to use it I just felt lost and I didn't like having to take my footage out of FCP and into color.
lynda.com had a great tutorial... it was about 4 hours, but it covered EVERYTHING and was very easy to follow. As far as FCP>Color>FCP it's pretty seamless... Color has come a long way from it's earlier versions.
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Checked out lynda.com. Looks like they have some good stuff. So do you feel you're more efficient grading in Color now versus FCP?
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Andrew - great job all the way around on this one. I loved many many things about it. It really helps on these kinda shoots when the girl is great on camera and wants to be a star. It comes through somehow.

The song was a brilliant choice, perfect for the fashion shoot feel of this thing. That's how I'd classify this video actually, it's more of a fashion piece than a TTD. Whatever you call it, it was really good, you have reason to be proud.
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Travis,
Yes, although FCP has a great 3-way CC... it doesn't come close to the capabilities of Apple Color. Color just gives you so much more control of your grades than FCP alone.
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Ethan,
Thanks! Yeah, it was a blast! We've had a hard time classifying this type of shoot. We finally settled on "Bridal Feature" as to stay away from the coined and ever so used "Bridal Elegance" title. However, I'm still not quite happy with the title or term.

I just want something that makes sense, but is not limiting. It is what it is... an excuse for the bride to wear her dress again and make a sort of music video out of it. I would love to hear anyones ideas!
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hope this doesn't ruin it for you... but she is only 17, crazy huh?
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