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Old April 16th, 2007, 12:58 PM   #61
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Ricky.
Thanks for the props. We shot with 5 FX1s that day on top of the full network coverage the couple got :~. I had a GC4000 with one FX1.

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We have a lot more leeway in terms of time here. Ceremonies ususally start at 3 or 4 then dinner at 6 or 7. Receptions last for a minimum of 2 and a half hours. Chinese weddings are usually at 1 or 2pm, the dinner lauriat starts at 8p.

Time is definitely a major factor in the production of an SDE. But there are other variables involved - song choice, shot quality, pressure involved. I just surmised this now because I realized our best work wasn't when we had 5 hour gaps.
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Old April 16th, 2007, 01:25 PM   #62
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Travis.
We have a lot more leeway in terms of time here. Ceremonies ususally start at 3 or 4 then dinner at 6 or 7. Receptions last for a minimum of 2 and a half hours. Chinese weddings are usually at 1 or 2pm, the dinner lauriat starts at 8p.

Time is definitely a major factor in the production of an SDE. But there are other variables involved - song choice, shot quality, pressure involved. I just surmised this now because I realized our best work wasn't when we had 5 hour gaps.
That's kind of what I thought. 3-4 hours is quite a bit different from 30 minutes. That got me to wondering, though, what is the shortest amount of time you've had to put an SDE together?
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Old April 16th, 2007, 01:29 PM   #63
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Jason, I did a google on GC4000 but it comes out to be an ice gream maker, you mean your videographers are eating ice cream while shooting, just kidding! Maybe that's the stabilizer your refering, Im looking one for my FX1 and the Merlin is in top of my list, but I hav'nt decided yet until now....Oh! I remember now, GC stands for Glidecam..silly me!
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Jason, I did a google on GC4000 but it comes out to be an ice gream maker, you mean your videographers are eating ice cream while shooting, just kidding! Maybe that's the stabilizer your refering, Im looking one for my FX1 and the Merlin is in top of my list, but I hav'nt decided yet until now....Oh! I remember now, GC stands for Glidecam..silly me!
lol, ice cream isn't a bad idea on the wedding day . . I might have to add that to my packages . . .
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