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Old March 2nd, 2006, 08:29 AM   #16
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Eric,

I finally got some time to watch this and WOW! Blew me away. Excellent steadicam work. Very smooth motion. I wish I could afford some of that gear, as your results are just incredible! I loved the "architectural" shots of the temple, and the family shots (especially the fathers) worked really well. Well done. If I hadn't already done so I'd gladly concede to your expertise. I hope I get that good someday.

Robert,

I prefer redheads personally. =) My wife's a redhead. But I guess if it's someone else's bride it doesn't really matter.
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