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STEEL SKIES (8,500 still photos)


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#1 Tony Kern

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Posted 19 October 2006 - 02:27 PM

Hello - A friend recommended I post here as the forum might be interested.

STEEL SKIES, my movie entry in the online Film2Music contest, was created entirely from digital still images. Please check out my movie page and vote for the piece if you like it.

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If YouTube poses a problem, you can see it on the Mythopolis link below.

Voting if you like the film:
http://cinematiccd.com/votesteelskies/

The final movie is actually finished in HD (1920x1080) but this being an online contest the high res images are of course crunched down to the size of a humble postage stamp.

Thanks for any support you can lend. Comments, criticisms welcome...


Tony
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STEEL SKIES MP4 @ http://www.mythopoli...ies/Steel-Skies

ps. I tried to post this in the "Please Critique My Work" forum but I was not able to for some reason.
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#2 Thomas Tamura

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 01:50 AM

Nice work. I enjoyed the images and the editing. Was this shot using digital or photochemical? I would love to see it uncompressed.
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#3 Tony Kern

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 03:38 AM

I'd love to see it in HD as well. Can assemble the final edit in HD but too big to play it back on my computer.

This was all shot digital. I love film, but too expensive for me. The camera I used was a Minolta A1, which is not even a true SLR. For my budget and use, it works out pretty well though. I'm hoping to screen STEEL SKIES at festivals in 2007. If you'd like me to update you in the future about a possible screening in your area please shoot me an email with your location. Thanks for checking it out Thomas.

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Nice work. I enjoyed the images and the editing. Was this shot using digital or photochemical? I would love to see it uncompressed.


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