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Old July 7th, 2009, 04:07 PM   #1
All 5D MK II SDE - Destination Wedding
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Really nice job - great imagery. Must have got a great reception.

Not sure if you want comments/critiquing or not, but...only things that stood out for me were that a few of the opening shots could've looked better if they'd been locked down. And - the slider shots were beautiful and smooth but in a couple of them I didn't like seeing the shot hit the end of the slider - could've been cut just prior to the finish.

The above didn't detract from the overall piece though - great job!
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Matt,

Thanks for the reply. By "locked down" do you mean in terms of exposure or tripod?

Everything we shoot is in manual mode on the 5D. If you mean tripod, we use a mix of tripods and shoulder rigs. I'm still getting used to shooting with the rig. It's awesome, but often my arms get tired of holding it up - leading to some extra shake. I do like the look of shoulder rig shots most of the time though. They seem more natural.


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Old July 7th, 2009, 07:38 PM   #4
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Hey Luke - no worries.

Yeah - with 'locked down' I was referring to a tripod or similar. There's certainly nothing to fault exposure wise :)

I love the natural look of the shoulder rig too. The 3 shot sequence after the car (from 0:22-0:34) is an example of what I was referring to. It would've tightened up what was already a great piece just a little.

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Great job Luke. I love the images from the camera. May i ask what your wedding day workflow is in crafting your SDE? Do you edit in the native H.264 or do you transcode as you go? Thanks for sharing!
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Hi Joel,

Thanks! For our workflow we edit and colour grade in h.264 and then drop into an HDV sequence and render it out.

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I've been reading a lot about what a pain it is to edit in h.264. Do you run into a similar problem...especially when strapped for time? I appreciate you sharing your thoughts. =)
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Joel,

I haven't had any significant trouble with editing in h264. One trick I learned is don't render anything inside of the h264 sequence. Wait until you finish. Otherwise, the sequence plays choppy.

This is in Final Cut Pro by the way.

At the end of editing, rendering takes maybe 20-30 mins, then I make last minute changes and it's good to play.

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P.S. I really enjoyed your wedding story feature for Jeremy and Pam. It's cool to see the 'love story' done in a new way.
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