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Old September 13th, 2006, 09:40 AM   #16
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Hi Peter,

Yes, we used two cameras for the interviews. I spend a ot of time cutting the audio so it blends well between the two people talking, and I fnid the different angles gives you much more freedom to cut out pauses or sentences here and there to really tighten up the overall flow.

And yes, two lights total with one reflector and the room lights turned down as much as posisble, all windows blocked very well.
Yeah, I loved the interspersing of the two interviews. Very seemless and funny when they were talking about the pet-peeves :)

Again, a job well done. Thanks again for sharing.
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Old September 13th, 2006, 09:52 AM   #17
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Absolutely exceptional work Patrick. After watching it you really feel invested in the subjects, lik you know them. I can only imagine the archival value it will have for actual friends and family. All the glitz and glamour and flashy shots and editing out there....THIS is what it's all about.

Thanks for sharing.
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Old September 13th, 2006, 12:13 PM   #18
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Nice work Patrick. Watching it made me want to see your website, and I was impressed even more. Got a chance to watch three or four samples. Beautiful stuff - well shot, great ideas, nicely edited.

The reception montage reminded me of one I just finished. You can see it here if you are interested. I didn't shoot it, but the editing is mine. I did shoot and edit, however, the demo in my signature.:

www.romanhurko.com/vito/pam_nick.mov

Congrats on the great stuff. Gives me something to shoot for.

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Old September 21st, 2006, 02:52 PM   #19
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And yes, two lights total with one reflector and the room lights turned down as much as posisble, all windows blocked very well.
Hi Patrick,

Just wondering if the lights you use look something like this:
http://www.handhelditems.com/xpro-pr...la-p-5001.html

Also, what is a good price for a lighting kit?

Thanks,
Peter
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