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Jeff Cook October 31st, 2013 04:12 PM

My first trailer
Here it is....be nice lol

Chris Harding October 31st, 2013 05:12 PM

Re: My first trailer
Hi Jeff

Nice job. For me there was really much too much camera movement..your movement is good but I think it might be a little too distracting for a viewer to tell a story and allow their minds to take in so much information so quickly. I think it was Noa who said that 50% of his trailer content are slowed down which would result in quite the opposite to your approach.

Whew ...I can see why it took you over 7 hours ..there is a lot of work there!! Glad I tend to skip trailers!!

Still an excellent technical job there..keep up the good work!


Jeff Cook October 31st, 2013 06:02 PM

Re: My first trailer
Thanks for the feedback. Yes it is fast, I wanted to use alot of what I had. I shot 100 gigs, yes I know over kill, but I like to have plenty to choose from. This was for a young couple, so I think they were happy with the movement. I am planning for my next shoot to let the footage breathe a bit at certain points. Thanks again.

Art Varga October 31st, 2013 07:02 PM

Re: My first trailer
Jeff you had a lot of good shots there but like Chris mentioned, too much movement. You need to give the viewer's eye a rest with more static shots. The opening scene on the stabilizer felt like it needed some music behind it. Good work though. Keep at it!


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