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Old September 26th, 2010, 09:18 PM   #1
Nat & Cuong Wedding Same Day Edit with a killer song...
Susanto Widjaja Susanto Widjaja is offline September 26th, 2010, 09:18 PM

I love this song! been meaning to use it for quiet some time and now we've found the perfect couple for it. love it love it!

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Just up to your usual high quality. And as always, I love the color grading. Only thing that should be noticed as "no-no" is the last scene, where the glidetrack (I think), stops and starts moving at the opposite direction. But besides that... well, you know... -:)
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wow, so solid , so good, can you give us a heads up on lenses used

Great work, very inspiring

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Old September 27th, 2010, 07:06 AM   #4
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brilliant Susanto - an all round fantastic clip with great gliding and great use of light!
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Old September 27th, 2010, 03:51 PM   #5
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Every shot is like a masterpiece in itself, your stuff inspires me Susanto!
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Old September 28th, 2010, 06:32 AM   #6
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brilliant Susanto - an all round fantastic clip with great gliding and great use of light!
Thanks Richard!

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Every shot is like a masterpiece in itself, your stuff inspires me Susanto!
Glad that it did! thanks for watching :)

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wow, so solid , so good, can you give us a heads up on lenses used

Great work, very inspiring

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Hi Luke, we used 50mm 1.2, 135mm f2, 85mm f1.2, 35mm f1.4, 100 f2.8 macro, 17-40 f4, 28mm f1.8.

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Just up to your usual high quality. And as always, I love the color grading. Only thing that should be noticed as "no-no" is the last scene, where the glidetrack (I think), stops and starts moving at the opposite direction. But besides that... well, you know... -:)
Thanks Dimitris, we used dpslider on this one and yes, I knew there was something wrong there.... but I just didn't have enough time as the MC already harrasing me to finish it up :P We were late 15mins because we had to burn to DVD that night.... annoying.... I did color grading in like 5 mins lol
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Old September 28th, 2010, 11:14 AM   #7
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.... I did color grading in like 5 mins lol
... Teach me. Haha just kidding, but still, what?!

Great job. Unlucky about the timing issue, i bet no-one else noticed it though
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I would agree with others here, this is a masterpiece mate! Probably one of your best SDEs so far. Love the glide shots.. was it with the 28mm f1.8 on 5DMk2?

But I must say that that Matt Hires' tune on your other video was still the killer song.. yes, its still stuck in my head and I've bought his whole album on iTunes even the acoustic version!!! *humming*
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... Teach me. Haha just kidding, but still, what?!

Great job. Unlucky about the timing issue, i bet no-one else noticed it though
5 min is a long time for SDE mate especially when you copy and paste ur grade to the whole thing! hahaha I just tweaked the grade here and there quickly... we had quiet a consistent exposure on the whole thing so it made it easier..

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I would agree with others here, this is a masterpiece mate! Probably one of your best SDEs so far. Love the glide shots.. was it with the 28mm f1.8 on 5DMk2?

But I must say that that Matt Hires' tune on your other video was still the killer song.. yes, its still stuck in my head and I've bought his whole album on iTunes even the acoustic version!!! *humming*
the glide shots were 17-40 and 50mm. Matt hires is the best!
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Old September 29th, 2010, 08:41 PM   #10
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the glide shots were 17-40 and 50mm
How easy is it to re-balance the merlin again with two different lenses? I'm having so much trouble re-balancing my merlin.. so I'm stuck with only one lens at the moment!
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How easy is it to re-balance the merlin again with two different lenses? I'm having so much trouble re-balancing my merlin.. so I'm stuck with only one lens at the moment!
I switched to glidecam recently :P

But I did use merlin with 17-40 and 50mm f1.2, I just used the same weights, but had to tweak tilt roller thing. takes me around 1 min to do it if I had to change quickly.

with the glidecam, I haven't gotten the best way to quickly adjust... its still a little bit tricky to switch now.
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Great as always...glad you used the whole song and not the typical priest/pastor voice over b-roll shots over slow instrumental music :) .. its always refreshing to watch your awesome work..

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