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Old October 10th, 2009, 11:25 AM   #1
Wedding SDE with The new Canon 7D.
Jose Ortiz Jose Ortiz is offline October 10th, 2009, 11:25 AM

I will for sure keep this camera on my weddings for I will. I had a Guy helping me to move and watch my Gear.
I don't know if I just do this my self again since the can of Pain Killers are expansive at the pharmacy!
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Old October 15th, 2009, 01:28 AM   #2
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Spectacular!

I'd consider a Glidecam, but we often film in 115 degree heat during the summer. Still, you make it very appealing without overdoing the Glidecam stuff.

How much time did you have for the edit? Did you use FCP?

How heavy is your 7D?

What did you use for sound capture?

Again, very nice. The opening dress shot set the tone. The kissy-face grossed me out, but hey, it's their moment. I might have slo-mo'd the section and cut some of the sound, but on the other hand it's refreshing to see a wedding video without excessive slo-mo.
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Thank you so much Dana

We are not Big fan of the slow mo on videos. Sometimes is good but just sometimes.
We were shooting with the full vest rig of Glidecam with the HD1000. Piece of Cake comparing with the shooting of HD4000 and our Canon XHa1.
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That's a nice combination. If I had any aspirations as a photographer I would get one. One thing I particularly like is your depth of field.

I'm assuming you're using FCP on a laptop? How much edit/render time did you need?
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Old October 15th, 2009, 07:49 PM   #5
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This was Adobe.
All the shots and music we were planned before. You will be amazed how easy and fast is an SDE when you have everything coordinated before that day.(thanks Still Motion guys for this tip)

We are still at learning curve, our next goal is to be able show part of the Reception in a SDE and keeping the same type of composition.
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