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#1 Allen Achterberg

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Posted 10 January 2006 - 04:36 AM

shot it on the DVX100. some comments and opinions would be much so appreciated.
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http://www.youtube.com/?v=2Q7JiQBAJlo
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#2 Timay

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Posted 15 January 2006 - 07:26 AM

I know I'm new to this but i thought it was pritty good.

I'd say you cut from the girl to the close up girl to the seagull a little bit too fast. It was in time with the music as in on each beat, but maybe try to cut it (if you havn't already) on every two beats. That way the images will sink in a little more to the viewer.

The lighting and filters though were great i thought. You have the rich sun on the beach giving it a great warm feel to it and then it turns to the cold dull war scene, giving it a great comparison.

I also love how the seagull acts as a bond between them, it can travel the world with its wings to either a californian beach or omaha beach. Without the gull it would be some girl and some guy without any relation.

Great work though, i am new so dont trust me on everything i say :P
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