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#1 Brandon McCormick

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Posted 26 November 2006 - 06:51 PM

I shot this on the Cinealta f900. I feel I was just starting to figure out the camera when I shot this. I've improved a bit since, but please let me know what suggestions you may have to make it look better.
I did this in a more "music video" style, my personal style is more cinematic, but I wanted to try something different.

http://www.whiteston.....eo online.mov

thanks!
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#2 seth christian

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Posted 26 November 2006 - 11:04 PM

to be honest, I thought that the video was pretty stale compared to the happy face one.
this video didn't have continuity at all. the b&w scene seemed like a complete different
music video to me, even though the b&w part was very interesting and cool.
the grassfield with the artist singing could have been SOOO much more,
you could think about putting in some composite background behind the treeline or something
to give it a kick*** atmosphere or something.!?
the whole ambulence scene wasn't scripted out very well I thought, the car wasn't damaged or
anything, who was driving, who hit
him,....it was just like him around after being hit by noone lying on the street. these small
details take you strides closer to a more believable and effective view.
anywho, sorry for all the neg. assessment.

you're smily video was leaps and bounds beyond this one.

however, you've obviously got something goin and you'll only get better obviously, so keep
up the good work!

cheers
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#3 Brandon McCormick

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 08:52 AM

no problem, this was shot in two days with about 500 bucks, so I can't be too upset. =)

The car idea was that it was a pedestrian hit by a car, didn't translate too well obviously.

Thanks for the thoughts.
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