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Old December 29th, 2005, 05:30 PM   #1
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dmb - bridal prep - more subtle

Here is a new edit, without the flash and effects, more simplier approach. It's single camera but I had so many natural edits to work with, it feels like I had 2 cameras running at times.

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http://dmbvp.com/video/YourSong.wmv
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Old December 29th, 2005, 07:19 PM   #2
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Wow. This is the first piece I've seen from you that's a slower pace. It looked great and I'll bet the client loves it. You really had some nice angles that made use of the available lighting to emphasis the dress.

Because it was a slow song it seemed to go on a bit long. Have you thought about shortening the songs that you use for slow songs? Maybe even break it up into two slow songs that run the same length? As a casual viewer (I know that the client will love it) I notice the length that things are up on the screen.

I also heard dialogue for the first time. Sounded clean, real clean. What happened after the groomsman says "you good lookin' sun of a gun" ? I was getting into that and it looked like a great shot and then it cuts to another groomsman running up. You had such great audio there I wondered if it was an intentional cut or if the camera had stopped rolling at that point?

Thanks for posting. That's a great piece.

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Old December 29th, 2005, 08:53 PM   #3
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Because it was a slow song it seemed to go on a bit long.

You had such great audio there I wondered if it was an intentional cut or if the camera had stopped rolling at that point?



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Thanks Ben
I don't mind the length, lots of cute and attractive shots that will keep the families interested, If this was for something else, I would cut a lot out.. but it's a limited viewed wedding video :)

The audio cuts . .. It was -30f...it was bloody cold. I was yellin and directing as I shot, I used the cuts too kill out my shouts .

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