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Paul Mailath June 9th, 2009 03:51 AM

latest highlights
 
This is a bit different - I was shooting on behalf of the resort and said I'd throw something together for the couple. It was a different perspective as I was trying to capture something happening (a wedding) at the resort rather than focusing on the wedding itself.

Still, there was plenty of footage for this. there are a couple of clips I want to replace and I'm not sure about the titles but before I clean it up I thought I'd let you guys have a go at it.

Let rip....

Highlights Jamie & Abby on Vimeo

Asvaldur Kristjansson June 9th, 2009 04:27 AM

The title went far to quick off the screen and I could not read their names. There are some good shoots there.

When taking a grop shoot like at 2:18 I always find it better to start with closeup of the main persons and then zoom out. In that way you are bringing more and more element into the frame for the viewer to see in sted to zoom in from a distance.

At 3:21 there was a 10 sec long shoot of a person bringing plates to the guests, a far to long shot compare to the rest. I know it was a nice smoothe shoot but the length of it didnt add anything to the final resault.

This is just my opinion

Paul Mailath June 10th, 2009 12:28 AM

thanks,
I didn't think about the titles - so used to seeing them - I'll leave them on longer.

I was trying to match the music with the zoom & the plates but It's worth trying something else.


*****com'on guys - 91 views and 1 comment, anyone ??


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