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Dave Morgan April 26th, 2007 01:56 PM

music video shot with v1u
 
not that HD matters when a video is uploaded to "you tube" but here is a music video for a Papa roach music video contest we just completed

here is the link


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feubCb8zb3M

Lee Berger April 26th, 2007 02:28 PM

Nice job! I really liked the diffuse black and white treatment of the the instruments.

Dave Morgan April 26th, 2007 02:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lee Berger (Post 668032)
Nice job! I really liked the diffuse black and white treatment of the the instruments.

thanks;;;;;;

Matt Vanecek April 26th, 2007 02:59 PM

I agree with Lee's assessment of the situation....

Can you provide some information on some of you're camera settings? E.g., the night shots/bar shots. Did you experience any issues with the rolling-shutter effect? Did you shoot this all on just the one camera? The editing/effects are pretty nice--I found myself watching the video & story more than examining the techniques, etc.

The music's halfway decent, too! ;)

Thanks,
Matt

Dave Morgan April 26th, 2007 04:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Matt Vanecek (Post 668054)
I agree with Lee's assessment of the situation....

Can you provide some information on some of you're camera settings? E.g., the night shots/bar shots. Did you experience any issues with the rolling-shutter effect? Did you shoot this all on just the one camera? The editing/effects are pretty nice--I found myself watching the video & story more than examining the techniques, etc.

The music's halfway decent, too! ;)

Thanks,
Matt


it was all shot with one v1u. in the bar i think i had the gain all the way up. we didnt use any lights in the story parts. ill try to get a higher quality version up soon. whats the rolling shutter thing?

Marcus Marchesseault April 26th, 2007 04:56 PM

Too bad the V1 has such poor performance in low-light. ;)

I've been telling people that the fact that the V1 retains good color while the gain is increased makes it better in some ways in low light. I think this video is proof. To me, those night scenes looked exactly as they do in reality. I find the images from the V1 to be the most realistic I've seen in varying conditions. Special effect coloration and "filmlook" can be accomplished with color correction and other techniques in post. The rich color of the V1 is a good starting point as there is something to work with. Other cameras that I've used lose color or just don't have rich color.

Good job, I found myself watching the video and had to go back and watch again to see the techniques. It looks very professional.

Robert Ducon April 26th, 2007 05:35 PM

Looks good! I use the Z1U and have a CMOS Canon HV20.. and the V1U is (kinda) like a combo of both.

Rolling shutter - simply how the CMOS records (scans the image). It's one of those FUD things that people talk about that is near never an issue in reality.

Looks good - good chunk of time to shoot that I bet!

Dave Morgan April 30th, 2007 10:58 PM

higher quality version
 
here is the higher quality version a
all shot on v1u

http://www.morganvisual.com/paparoach


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