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Old June 4th, 2010, 04:36 PM   #1
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The highlights video from the Bahamas wedding we shot a few months back. Enjoy.

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Old June 7th, 2010, 12:36 AM   #2
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Great job Travis!..love watching your videos!

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What a beautiful wedding! What beautiful music! and what a fantastic videographer!

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Thanks for watching, guys. We had fun filming this one, despite the stress of it being our first time using DSLR's. d;-)
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can i ask , how long are your main features?

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Fun stuff. You're having a lot of fun with DOF and your slider. Question though: It looks like you didn't use your Glidecam on this one, but I'm trying to figure out how you did 2:03. Very smooth.
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Beautiful. How many cams and crew for something like this? Multiple takes?
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can i ask , how long are your main features?

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Sorry for the late reply. I don't always get email notifications for responses. Anyways, our short form productions are about 15-20 minutes long. Thanks for watching!
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Fun stuff. You're having a lot of fun with DOF and your slider. Question though: It looks like you didn't use your Glidecam on this one, but I'm trying to figure out how you did 2:03. Very smooth.
I actually did bring the Merlin (don't own a Glidecam) and used it at the wedding. That shot at 2:03 was me booming up with the Merlin. It took two takes, although that's because in the first take someone walked into the shot. d;-)
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Beautiful. How many cams and crew for something like this? Multiple takes?
We had a total of 3 cameras on this shoot and 2 shooters. Anything involving people is almost always a single take situation. With establishing shots or detail shots we sometimes go with multiple takes, although we try to get it right on the first take. Read my previous response and you'll see why we sometimes have to do multiple takes. d;-)
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