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Old April 3rd, 2006, 12:54 AM   #16
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My mistake.

Originally Posted by Patrick Moreau
I haven't viewed Heather's clip yet, so no comments on that yet.

Just a reminder that other questions not in line with the thread ashould be posed as a new thread. It is not fair to Heather to take over her thread and it is very easy to post that as a new question, which I believe is in the forum rules. I realize we all do it but maybe we could try and stay a little more on topic or start a new one.

My mistake. I'll post a new thread in an appropriate place.

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Old April 3rd, 2006, 05:58 AM   #17
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Very nice job...

I liked it quite a bit, Heather, although I also agree with slight overuse of the white-out transition and maybe needs more color saturation. In the beginning setting shots, I felt the second church shot (zoom out) out left me hanging, like it was incomplete. If the cross was your focal point, I might have zoomed into it instead, but I am being way too picky here! Great job and I'm sure the b&g loved it. Keep up the great work...
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Old April 7th, 2006, 02:45 PM   #18
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Very nice! I loved the beginning, and the timing of the clips to the music was cool (like "head on fire" and you show the tiara, and "took me by the nad" just as the groom took her hand). I agree that there might have been a little too much soft fx, but I'm guilty of that as well.

I see you're from Ft Wayne... that's my hometown. Moved to Cincinnati about 5 years ago, but I used to live in both Waynedale and up near I-69 & Dupont (extreme opposite sides of town :-) I come back a lot to visit family and friends, and sometimes I sure do miss a (relatively) small town.

Nice video... thanks for sharing it!

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Old April 7th, 2006, 03:28 PM   #19
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Nice job. How come there is so much "extra" black video at the end of your online streaming sample? I was expecting the video to continue or something. ;o)
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