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Old May 10th, 2010, 05:14 PM   #1
First wedding EVER!
Roger Contreras Roger Contreras is offline May 10th, 2010, 05:14 PM

So, I finally got approved to post and I've been wanting some feedback from fellow video peeps. A friend and I are really getting serious into the media business and one thing we are offering is wedding videos.

Well, we finally got a job last month. We have gotten good feedback, but would like your guys opinions on our work. We are improving the clarity of our shots a lot more and just got out Glidecam Smooth Shooter kit with 4000 Pro TODAY, so there is a lot more to come. We would just like some feedback.

Equipment Used:

12' Crane Custom built
2 - Sony V1U's
Sennheiser EW100 wireless Lav
Edited with FCP6

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Old May 10th, 2010, 11:51 PM   #2
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Hi Roger. Can't say I'm better than you as I'm new in wedding too :) But perhaps I can give some input as I understand how precious an input can be for someone starting like us.

Overall its a great video and I particularly love the opening where you split into three section columns. Nice! Some that I would do if I were you:

1. Putting some text, at least the name of the B&G in the video
2. B&G preparation clips would also help to build the video into climax
3. The tilting in one of the clip is a bit too much I think. Felt like I'm tilting my head when I see it.
4. Adding the original sound in some clips would make the video better too (laughter, speeches etc)

All the best mate, hope you found my comments useful!


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Old May 15th, 2010, 09:43 PM   #3
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hi mate,

All round great for a first attempt I am sure the client will be happy. I loved the crane over the top near the start of the video The only think i didn't like was at time mark (1 min 20 seconds) when they look to be on a golf course and the camera tilts over it looks very bad in my opinion. If you change that it will turn out to be a good little video.

You will have plenty of jobs to come mate so keep up the good work
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Old May 16th, 2010, 05:50 PM   #4
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Hi roger,

Firstly, WOW! a crane on your first wedding job... I have never heard of such a thing..

You have certainly done a great job on your first gig. No doubt about that.

Some things to be improved on:

- 0:33 you held the shot too long at the beginning with the flower, you should rack focus earlier and then cut to the crane shot. I was waiting for the rack focus, and when it happens, it cuts too fast.

- 01:20 tilting shot doesn't work in my opinion

- last shot of the clip - I wouldn't put the shot in the clip just because there is a massive tripod in there..

- I would probably use some natural audio in there since it will make it more alive and to make us feel like we're there with them as well.

- I would not really use any group photo shots in a highlights but its up to you really..

- love the crane up shot when the bride walked down the isle.

Well done !

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