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#1 Albert Smith

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Posted 01 October 2007 - 11:25 AM

Music video I co wrote, shot, and co edited. for the Cool Kids.


http://www.lookatrub...CK_MAGS-med.mov




if you have a slow connection here it is on youtube




Curious what people think about it....shot pretty with pretty much completely natural light outside knowing I wanted alot of contrast and to keep things moving and relied alot on color correction as well.
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Posted 01 October 2007 - 12:14 PM

Music video I co wrote, shot, and co edited. for the Cool Kids.
http://www.lookatrub...CK_MAGS-med.mov
if you have a slow connection here it is on youtube

Curious what people think about it....shot pretty with pretty much completely natural light outside knowing I wanted alot of contrast and to keep things moving and relied alot on color correction as well.


Looks good, Jake, congrats.

Wha did you shoot it on?

As far as the style, it's a bit monotonous for me, maybe try a few more angles with the bikes and add some other locations. Maybe some time-lapses, etc

It looks good though.

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#3 Rod Blackhurst

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Posted 01 October 2007 - 03:18 PM

jake - great aesthetic, love b&w 16mm. well done.
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Posted 01 October 2007 - 04:04 PM

pretty sure its hvx200, my first thought was with the redrock m2. But the more I look at it, it looks like it could be a brevis35 or something similar as far as build. definitely not B&W 16, the oscilating flare at the end of the music video is the dead give away, some sort of 35 adapter. I dont think that redrock creates that type of movement with the ground glass, and the P+S doesnt either.
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#5 Theodore Daniel Fuhringer

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Posted 01 October 2007 - 05:53 PM

Nice work Jake.

I liked the fact that I never had to ask "what the heck am I looking at?" which I so often have to do when watching music videos. Clean, no exaggerated Dutch Angles or shaky-cam, I liked it.
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#6 Albert Smith

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Posted 01 October 2007 - 07:05 PM

hhaa wow quiet the eye...it is hvx with the redrock actually and the pop zoom stuff along with a few other shots are just stock hvx without the adapter....I did originally want to shoot on super 16 but we didn't have the budget for it, but kinda new that was the look I wanted still to some extent so that is what the corrections were based around

and yea...I think music videos have just kinda rediculous latley...especially rap videos...4locations, a performance, lots of weird angles and post camera shakes and poop to the beat...terrible. we knew this was going to be b/w and clean and simple from the beginning.
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#7 Sakari Suuronen

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Posted 07 October 2007 - 07:30 AM

Liked the video a lot. Fun idea, looked professional. I Liked the editing very much. Also, very interesting bassline. Good work.
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