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#1 Jon Lohne

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Posted 05 February 2007 - 07:12 PM

Hi, This is a short that I shot for the 48hour film festival in San Francisco. We won best cinematography for the event which was held in 2006. It was shot on a sony hdr-fx1, edited using final cut pro, colorized using magic bullet. Other equipment we used was a rolling tool cart that was improvized as a dolly, a light weight jib arm and a small light kit. For you who have not heard of this festival, each team picks a genre from a hat on friday night, the finished movie is turned in on sunday eve. Let me know what you think.

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#2 Jon Lohne

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 03:41 PM

Hi, This is a short that I shot for the 48hour film festival in San Francisco. We won best cinematography for the event which was held in 2006. It was shot on a sony hdr-fx1, edited using final cut pro, colorized using magic bullet. Other equipment we used was a rolling tool cart that was improvized as a dolly, a light weight jib arm and a small light kit. For you who have not heard of this festival, each team picks a genre from a hat on friday night, the finished movie is turned in on sunday eve. Let me know what you think.

jon

http://www.tkpsite.c...=...0PX&h=480PX



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#3 Rob.m.Neilson

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 04:45 PM

This film looked great for a 48hour entry! It was nicely paced..the only complaint I had was the actress that got beat up seemed a bit hammy at times ("Why are you doing this for me") and the score was a bit repetative at times...but still good for something made with a tight deadline! The ending shot of this film is beautiful!
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#4 Morgan Peline

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 08:14 PM

Cute!

Amazing for 24 hours - some of framing was a little rough for me in places but what can I say for 24 hours? I don't want to nit pick!

I found the cut to the back of her when she goes to the bathroom a little jarring because you don't see her say her line. And also there is an eyeline cross when she comes back....

Really nice ending!

Congratulations!
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#5 Jonathan Bowerbank

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 08:16 PM

Very well done with some simple yet effective lighting setups.

I'm sure you noticed, but there's just the one shot with a jib where the frame is just a little off, leaving a lot of headroom.

Otherwise, nice work, and it was all done in 48 hours, impressive

cheers!

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#6 Jon Lohne

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Posted 22 February 2007 - 02:33 PM

Very well done with some simple yet effective lighting setups.

I'm sure you noticed, but there's just the one shot with a jib where the frame is just a little off, leaving a lot of headroom.

Otherwise, nice work, and it was all done in 48 hours, impressive

cheers!

Jon


I didn't have an auxillery monitor so I was flying the jib blind trying to guess the framing, so I do agree the framing could have been better.
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