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Old January 29th, 2016, 07:36 AM   #1
What I deliver - 5 and 15, plus a GIF
Robert Benda Robert Benda is offline January 29th, 2016, 07:36 AM

Up here its the time of year when things are (usually) very cold so no weddings until the end of March, now.

Here is what I deliver to my clients, a short form at 5 minutes for Facebook (this one is longer because I included so much dancing), a more honest 15 minute highlight (still online). They also get the entire ceremony/speeches/etc on DVD/USB in a decent Beetle Kill Box.

This wedding, from January 9th, was -23F (-30C) plus some wind and we still did some work outside. Crazy people.

I'm now a solo shooter, though I did have a 2nd pair of hands helping once the ceremony starts. He has filmed exactly once before, so other training or experience.

I did get this interesting shot from my GoPro (see the GIF link below, or it appears at 7:15 of the longer video), hanging upside down above the church aisle on the back of a speaker. The image isn't coming through as well as I'd expect, and I don't know if its my digital zooming, or Sony's software handling the 4K. Any advice would be desperately appreciated.

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Old January 29th, 2016, 07:00 PM   #2
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Hi Rob

Are you shooting the main footage in 4K as well or just in 1080?? In Sony Vegas I tend to find if the project is 1920x1080 I tend to have issue with 4K footage in the same mix .... Maybe downsize the 4K to 1080 first and then use it ..You will actually get better colour too due to the chroma sub sampling
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Hi Rob

Are you shooting the main footage in 4K as well or just in 1080?? In Sony Vegas I tend to find if the project is 1920x1080 I tend to have issue with 4K footage in the same mix .... Maybe downsize the 4K to 1080 first and then use it ..You will actually get better colour too due to the chroma sub sampling
I'll try that.

I'm shooting regular ol' Canon for everything else, though I've got my eye on the new Sonys. Might have to save for those.
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