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#1 Chris Cooke

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Posted 13 May 2006 - 06:15 PM

Hey,
This is a music video/dramatization that I shot a couple years ago. I was searching the internet and found that it's still in the archives on this site so I figured I'd let everyone critique it. It's only a small portion fo the actual video. I shot it clean on an Ikegami HL-45W and put filtration and color correction on in post. Unfortunately, we didn't have the budget for any dollys or cranes so I had to zoom a lot for movement.

http://www.sierraven...screenings.html

(click on The Huron Carol)
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#2 Sean Curt

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Posted 13 May 2006 - 09:06 PM

Hey,
This is a music video/dramatization that I shot a couple years ago. I was searching the internet and found that it's still in the archives on this site so I figured I'd let everyone critique it. It's only a small portion fo the actual video. I shot it clean on an Ikegami HL-45W and put filtration and color correction on in post. Unfortunately, we didn't have the budget for any dollys or cranes so I had to zoom a lot for movement.

http://www.sierraven...screenings.html

(click on The Huron Carol)

I have to say that for what you were able to do with your small budget you did a decent job. I watch a few and wanted to see more and wish the screen ratio you used when compressing wasnt so small but other than that I really like your work
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#3 Chris Cooke

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 04:37 PM

I watch a few and wanted to see more and wish the screen ratio you used when compressing wasnt so small but other than that I really like your work


Thanks, it was actually the festival that edited it down (and put that cheesy title at the begining). They also compressed it for the web. It's not great quality but it's better than You Tube.
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#4 LondonFilmMan

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Posted 16 May 2006 - 10:25 AM

Not my cup of tea at all Chris, but good luck to you.
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#5 Jonathan Spear

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Posted 16 May 2006 - 12:30 PM

NICE, Chris. Great tune. Beautiful locations and actors (where was it shot?). Your camera work really makes them glow and the overall color palletes and transitions really fit the song.

Me likey.

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#6 Chris Cooke

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Posted 16 May 2006 - 01:52 PM

NICE, Chris. Great tune. Beautiful locations and actors (where was it shot?). Your camera work really makes them glow and the overall color palletes and transitions really fit the song.

Me likey.

B)


Thanks. It was shot at Popson Park down by the Old Man River near Lethbridge, Alberta (Canada). Only one of the actors was a professional but they all did a good job (with lots of guidance from the director). All of the costumes were made out of fur jackets from second hand thrift stores.
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