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Old August 19th, 2010, 08:10 PM   #1
First preview using Canon XF300
Tim Bakland Tim Bakland is offline August 19th, 2010, 08:10 PM

I'm having a lot of fun adjusting to the new canon and have just put out a first short trailer for clients. Any thoughts are welcome.

(Trying to post a vimeo embed -- but didn't work) -- could someone give directions please?)
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Just paste the website (eg. http://vimeo.com/12345) and make sure the "automatically embed media" box is ticked.
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Thanks for the help!
So, here it is. First official client preview using the XF - any thoughts would be appreciated. (They wanted the 2:35 cinema aspect for the trailer)

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Tim, the thing which I expect will surprise UK viewers is the choice of music. Nimrod, from Elgar's Enigma Variations is usually associated with solemn occasions, especially funerals in the UK. It is always played at the Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph, Britain's national war memorial in Whitehall, London on the Sunday nearest to 11 November each year.

Otherwise I thought your piece very polished though I felt the sound balance when the groom was speaking was wrong but computer headphones are no way to make that decision properly.
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nice and tidy filming but i agree with Tim , the music reminds me of band of brothers which i associate with tears.

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Yes - I hear you on the music. I'm sure it has all sorts of particular associations in England that it doesn't have in the States. The couple chose it after I had recommended it as one of a few well done royalty free classical pieces (hard to come by).
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