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#1 Chris Walters

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 04:32 PM

Hey Guys sorry I can't imbed the movie here but check out a short a shot with a good director friend of mine. Its not a school project but we both go to Cal State Northridge Film school. I'll try to put up my very first film project - S16 for school asap. Love to get input and any advice. We shot on F-900 which was a lot of fun! S16 was on Panavision elaine. Enjoy

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#2 Jamie Lewis

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 11:41 AM

Hey Guys sorry I can't imbed the movie here but check out a short a shot with a good director friend of mine. Its not a school project but we both go to Cal State Northridge Film school. I'll try to put up my very first film project - S16 for school asap. Love to get input and any advice. We shot on F-900 which was a lot of fun! S16 was on Panavision elaine. Enjoy

www.darkedgeentertainment.com


I liked it. Nicely shot "night." The story was well done for a short. I give it a thumbs up! :D
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#3 Jonathan Bowerbank

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 02:04 PM

Nicely done, some of the night shots were a little too dark for my taste. It's just as easy to create "darkness" through contrast as it is through general underexposure. Just an idea for future projects.

But a nice short, well done!
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Posted 09 August 2007 - 10:21 PM

Nicely done, some of the night shots were a little too dark for my taste. It's just as easy to create "darkness" through contrast as it is through general underexposure. Just an idea for future projects.

But a nice short, well done!


Thank you for the suggestion. I realized after shooting how to make the hallway a lot more cinematic but obviously being rushed on set and not having the years of experience as I will soon :-)... I agree looking back on it the night scene is bland and need contrast. I should have exposed the background causing her to fall in shadow and side light her as she passed the bathroom.. oh well shoot and learn right. :-)
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