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#1 Kyle Geerkens

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 10:38 AM

I posted this earlier with higher compression and some of you wanted to see a better image.

http://live.canoe.ca...22/3425551.html

It was kindof a run-and-gun production with a 10 dollar budget but dont let that held back on criticisms!

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#2 Dan Goldberg

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Posted 07 April 2007 - 05:45 PM

WOW, $10!?!?
I must say, that looekd incredible. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I love the plot, the idea. Great job! It definitely does NOT look like a $10 film. That's amazing.

Oh, and I love the song too :P
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#3 James Steven Beverly

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Posted 08 April 2007 - 03:32 AM

10 dollars :rolleyes: , yeah OK, anyway it looks fantastic, a few minor focus problems that distracted me once or twice, the lighting is terrific and you seemed to really capture to mood. The guy looks great, has a real presence. Very good job. B)

Edited by James Steven Beverly, 08 April 2007 - 03:36 AM.

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#4 Matthew Buick

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Posted 08 April 2007 - 09:35 AM

Brilliant work, especially when you consider the budget.

You should be shooting for the big boys, that was amazing.
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#5 Walter Graff

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Posted 08 April 2007 - 09:43 AM

Nice work Kyle. Really well done. It's great to see artists doing great work for little budget rather than the Jumblemouths (definition) who continuously try to tell you what piece of equipment can or can not do a job while not taking into account that it's about artistry, not numbers. You'll start to get those same folks asking you what camera you used rather than what's your background so don't get bogged down by these folks.

What was the inspiration for the look? Did you find it after the fact by fooling in post or did you have a clear-cut plan going in? And was the shooting well planned or did you just spend a lot of time shooting a lot of things that seemed to work?

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#6 Matthew Buick

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Posted 09 April 2007 - 03:58 PM

What camera was used to shoot this?
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#7 Kyle Geerkens

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Posted 20 September 2007 - 06:31 PM

Thanks Everyone who commented!

I know 10 Dollar budget sounds like I'm lying.. But All the equipment was owned or borrowed by myself. All food was paid for by the individuals. Tape stock was my only expense as I worked for free, and i shot on the DVX100B so tapes were cheap.

The story was conceptualized beforehand, and I visualized how I wanted it to look. I wanted the interior scenes to appear very "fly-on-the-wall". So I shot a lot of full length takes from different vantage points. The look was painted in post, but the single key look was intentional. There was no specific influence.. i just knew how I wanted him to appear to the audience. Very little eye contact and reserved but friendly.

Thanks again for the comments!

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#8 cody nelson

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 07:26 PM

good work! very inspiring ^_^
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