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#1 rajavel

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 03:17 AM

this is yet another song from my debut feature film.
shot on 435 arri. 250 D kodak.
in kerala in india.
most of the shots in this song are handheld...in between there will be shots from the movie scenes....relating to the script..though the singers dont play any character in the movie!!
anyway ...feedback welcome on the cinematography and beyond!
cheers!
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#2 rajavel

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 03:40 AM

this is yet another song from my debut feature film.
shot on 435 arri. 250 D kodak.
in kerala in india.
most of the shots in this song are handheld...in between there will be shots from the movie scenes....relating to the script..though the singers dont play any character in the movie!!
anyway ...feedback welcome on the cinematography and beyond!
cheers!
raj


oops ! just uploading it....will send u the URL for same.....
oops! :huh:
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#3 rajavel

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 03:50 AM

oops ! just uploading it....will send u the URL for same.....
oops! :huh:


MY URL



cheers!
thanks
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#4 Aaron_Farrugia

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 07:41 AM

shot on 35? cool
can i ask how much the budget was for this shoot?
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#5 Scott Lynch

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 04:01 PM

Hey Raj!
The video was pretty good. Your costline location was beautiful, where exactly did you shoot it? I'm also interested because I'm going to be in India this August for a film competition, taking place in Agra and New Dehli. But after the competition is over my two colleges and I will be traveling down the west side down to Bombay and we would like get involved and help work on a music video or maybe a few days on a feature. Would you know of anyone who would let us get on a set? You can see some of the work we've done at http://www.cardboardboxfilms.com Thanks!

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#6 Max Jacoby

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 04:05 PM

Just curious, how did you come up with the 96%?
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#7 rajavel

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Posted 10 July 2006 - 02:00 AM

Just curious, how did you come up with the 96%?


ha ha ....rough calculation.....only around 12 shots in the video are either on tripod or crane....
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#8 rajavel

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Posted 10 July 2006 - 02:16 AM

Hey Raj!
The video was pretty good. Your costline location was beautiful, where exactly did you shoot it? I'm also interested because I'm going to be in India this August for a film competition, taking place in Agra and New Dehli. But after the competition is over my two colleges and I will be traveling down the west side down to Bombay and we would like get involved and help work on a music video or maybe a few days on a feature. Would you know of anyone who would let us get on a set? You can see some of the work we've done at http://www.cardboardboxfilms.com Thanks!

-Scott Lynch


thanks scott. we shot in chennai....down south india....near a monumental reknown place called mahabalipuram. and regarding ur enquiry...will surely let u know if anyhing comes up!
saw ur work. it was really cool!. got a unique style! cheers!
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#9 Max Jacoby

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Posted 10 July 2006 - 03:16 AM

ha ha ....rough calculation.....only around 12 shots in the video are either on tripod or crane....
raj

Ah okay.

Because if 12 shots represent only 4 percent of the finished product, the remaining video would need to have 288 handheld shot to come up to 96%...
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#10 rajavel

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Posted 11 July 2006 - 01:22 AM

Ah okay.

Because if 12 shots represent only 4 percent of the finished product, the remaining video would need to have 288 handheld shot to come up to 96%...


oops! i said 'rough' estimation earlier. i appreciate ur desire to be accurate.cheers! .....accurate measurement is 89.0909090909 % of hand held shots! that is 98 hand held shots.
thanks.
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