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Jarod O'Flaherty June 1st, 2010 10:48 PM

Run To You - Canon T2i and Sony EX1 Music Video
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vquMnlkE-U4

Jarod O'Flaherty June 2nd, 2010 07:42 AM

If I can answer any questions about the camera(s), techniques, equipment, or anything else...I'd be glad to help.

Aaron Dunlap June 11th, 2010 10:02 PM

Seems like you had access to quite a bit of good equipment. What brand of hardware did you use (jibs/cranes/etc)?

One criticism I have from watching it is that the color grading seems to be pretty inconsistent. There are several places, but the one that stands out is when the girl in the pink shirt enters the mans office and he checks her out as she leaves. The color is blown out badly in the first part and then much more subtle and graded completely differently in the second part.

Very well cut together though, nice job!

Bob Krieger June 15th, 2010 10:47 AM

I'm not really into religious music videos, but this was very nicely put together! I kinda got the gist of the story in the first 30 secs, but with all of the different characters involved, it kept me watching!

How long did the shoot take? Who came up with the concept? And, yes, what gear did you use?

Jarod O'Flaherty June 16th, 2010 06:29 AM

Thanks for the feedback guys. Always helps to hear from others on the outside. I'd be very interested to hear what other parts stood out as having poor color correction. I'm colorblind so I've gotta learn a technique for handling this sort of thing. I think a big part of it was the difference between the two camera and trying to make them match.

The primary supports I used were a "CobraCrane II w/Ext. Kit II" and a RedRockMicro Shoulder Mount. We also used a DIY dolly on PVC pipes for a couple of the shots. The story/idea were mine and we filmed over 3 days...primarily because of the various locations and actor availability. Everyone involved, including myself and the actors/actresses, were novices with no formal training.


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