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Raphael Jamil Pranga January 1st, 2009 10:28 PM

a wedding video w/ storyboard
 
Hi Guys!

Happy New Year! It's been a while since I last posted here so here's something I would like to share. It was the couple's concept and they just left the execution to us.

shown just before the reception ended. ^_^

Shot with HV30s and FX1s

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Yang Wen January 1st, 2009 11:37 PM

excellent work! I loved it. Music really develops into a powerful climax towards the end.

So the old couple was suppose to represent the younger couple (your actual client) in the future? Are they related to the old couple?

Which shoots were taken with the HV30?

Travis Cossel January 2nd, 2009 01:59 AM

So I'm guessing father of the groom played the groom in the future and mother of the bride played the bride?

Anyways, well done and fun to watch. Great emotional setup. My one request would be for the end of the video when the "older" groom approaches the "older" bride. You switch back to the younger couple and the groom is running his hand down her shoulder and arm, etc. I think a great linking shot would have been to show a shot of the older groom running his hand down the older bride's shoulder or arm. It's a small thing. Just a suggestion.

Great work, though. Thanks for sharing!

Luke Oliver January 2nd, 2009 05:57 AM

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how much do u think that song would cost ( sigur ros) to use in a wedding film

do u think u can even get the rights???
just curious cause there my favourite band

Luke Oliver January 2nd, 2009 05:58 AM

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whats the orange cut u use so often

i love it

Tripp Woelfel January 2nd, 2009 07:01 AM

Wow. That's impressive. Great concept and very nicely done.

If I hung around with you folks for a week, I know that I would learn so much.

Monday Isa January 2nd, 2009 07:58 AM

Hey Raphael,
Great clip! Very easy to see the story behind the clip. Enjoyed every minute of it. My favorite shots in your video were all the low angle wide shots. A whole different depth being that low and wide. Thanks for sharing.

Monday

Josh Swan January 2nd, 2009 10:21 AM

Yeah, that's a cool concept. Very well put together.

I too am curious what that orange transition is that you use.

Yang Wen January 2nd, 2009 11:06 AM

The orange transition is just your typical film burn..

Ethan Cooper January 2nd, 2009 03:43 PM

Love the stedicam shot where you follow her hand as she is putting it over his shoulder for a hug. Something about that one particular shot jumped out at me.

Yang Wen January 2nd, 2009 04:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ethan Cooper (Post 987776)
Love the stedicam shot where you follow her hand as she is putting it over his shoulder for a hug. Something about that one particular shot jumped out at me.

Funny you should say that, goes to show how different people are. When I saw that scene, I thought her hand+arm was very snake-like in movement, especially with the speed ramp up.

Ethan Cooper January 2nd, 2009 04:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yang Wen (Post 987794)
Funny you should say that, goes to show how different people are. When I saw that scene, I thought her hand+arm was very snake-like in movement, especially with the speed ramp up.

Yeah, well, I'm right and you're wrong.

Raphael Jamil Pranga January 2nd, 2009 07:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yang Wen (Post 987401)
excellent work! I loved it. Music really develops into a powerful climax towards the end.

So the old couple was suppose to represent the younger couple (your actual client) in the future? Are they related to the old couple?

Which shoots were taken with the HV30?

Thank you man! Yep, you got it right! They're not related though... hahahaha! We just looked for an old couple to act out those parts. :D

All the tripod shots of the pre-wedding shoot where shot with the HV30...

Raphael Jamil Pranga January 2nd, 2009 07:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Travis Cossel (Post 987457)
So I'm guessing father of the groom played the groom in the future and mother of the bride played the bride?

Anyways, well done and fun to watch. Great emotional setup. My one request would be for the end of the video when the "older" groom approaches the "older" bride. You switch back to the younger couple and the groom is running his hand down her shoulder and arm, etc. I think a great linking shot would have been to show a shot of the older groom running his hand down the older bride's shoulder or arm. It's a small thing. Just a suggestion.

Great work, though. Thanks for sharing!

Hey Travis! Thanks for the suggestion! :D
Glad you liked it!

Raphael Jamil Pranga January 2nd, 2009 07:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Luke Oliver (Post 987498)
how much do u think that song would cost ( sigur ros) to use in a wedding film

do u think u can even get the rights???
just curious cause there my favourite band

Hi Luke! Hmmm, i'm not sure actually. I guess it would cost a lot? They have a lot of cool songs even though i don't understand them... hehehe!


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