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#1 rajavel

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Posted 29 June 2006 - 09:54 AM

hi all
check out my wet music video which was shot in india in kerala......
it was great fun shooting this on a rainy day....shot over just two days.
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comments welcome. thanks. cheers!!
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#2 seth christian

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Posted 01 July 2006 - 12:04 PM

good quality. so-so composition.
but the idea is pretty cheesy.
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#3 Aaron_Farrugia

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Posted 05 July 2006 - 09:43 PM

not bad
what frame rate were u using?
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#4 rajavel

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 02:36 AM

not bad
what frame rate were u using?



48 fps throughout. funny incident was that we had to play the song also
in 48 to get the lipsync while shooting....the general public who were watching the
shooting went berserk....listening to the so called song that was getting played in nagra at 48!!
they thought we were crazy!
cheers!
raj

good quality. so-so composition.
but the idea is pretty cheesy.



thanks for the response. appreciate that very much.
cheers!
raj
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#5 Aaron_Farrugia

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 07:38 AM

haha yeah ive had experience with the same kind of music shoot playing the song faster

to make things harder
it was a rap song
haha
you should have seen the speed these guys lips were moving
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#6 Chayse Irvin

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Posted 11 July 2006 - 10:50 PM

That was awesome.
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#7 Matt Workman

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Posted 12 July 2006 - 02:56 PM

Oh South-Asian music...

I liked the overcrank effects with the water. The jumpcuts between the different actors was interesting also.

- What lens did you shoot the crane stuff with? It looked somewhat distorted on the edges.
- What was the budget for this video? How big was your crew?

In my biased American opinion, a good amount of North Indian pop music is very cheesy. I do listen to a good amount of bhangra/punjab dance hip hop etc. This video seems to fit with the Bollywood aesthetic but I feel like with the crane you could have done more synchronized movements.

Are you the director and DP?
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#8 rajavel

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 03:18 PM

Oh South-Asian music...

I liked the overcrank effects with the water. The jumpcuts between the different actors was interesting also.

- What lens did you shoot the crane stuff with? It looked somewhat distorted on the edges.
- What was the budget for this video? How big was your crew?

In my biased American opinion, a good amount of North Indian pop music is very cheesy. I do listen to a good amount of bhangra/punjab dance hip hop etc. This video seems to fit with the Bollywood aesthetic but I feel like with the crane you could have done more synchronized movements.

Are you the director and DP?


i had used a set of pretty old KOWA lens (anamorphic).....so ofcourse...it comes a package deal of distorted edges and soft FX feel without any need to add soft efx filters!!!!
crew.....30
DP....did dual role as director....becos my dir had to fly to the capital to recieve an award for his earlier film....in a different genre...non commercial...
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#9 Zamir Merali

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 09:52 PM

good quality. so-so composition.
but the idea is pretty cheesy.


This is actually a perfectly conforming music video into bollywood. it only seems silly by american standards.


I liked the imagery and the camera moves but i felt that for the first minute of the movie all of the shots were so wide that I couldn't even see if the actors were actually singing. The rest was pretty good.

P.S

is this a sand alone music video or is it going to find a place in an indian movie
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#10 rajavel

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Posted 15 July 2006 - 02:42 PM

This is actually a perfectly conforming music video into bollywood. it only seems silly by american standards.
I liked the imagery and the camera moves but i felt that for the first minute of the movie all of the shots were so wide that I couldn't even see if the actors were actually singing. The rest was pretty good.

P.S

is this a sand alone music video or is it going to find a place in an indian movie


thanks zamir.this was a hit music album ..that was rehashed and..reshot for a movie...called 'by the people' malayalam film....for the people of god's own country ...kerala!
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