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#1 Scott Willis

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Posted 06 April 2008 - 02:00 PM

it's not much but it was fun to do. and it was shot using a 1-chip minidv camera.

i'm curious to know how folks on this board respond to it.


hd version on vimeo:


standard definition on youtube:

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#2 Matt Read

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Posted 06 April 2008 - 04:23 PM

Is this supposed to be a joke? If it is, it's not at all funny.

This is a serious forum for displaying one's work and getting critical responses to it.

It is not a place to show off some video that a high schooler could have made in an afternoon.

Your video is juvenile.

You've wasted people's time by posting it here.

You've publicly made a fool of yourself.

And why is there an HD version, when you shot it on SD miniDV?
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#3 Scott Willis

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Posted 06 April 2008 - 05:59 PM

wow. i'm really sorry for offending you. why do you have to be so aggressive?

i thought it was funny.

and i do take my work seriously. just because the subject matter isn't dramatic doesn't mean people are wasting their time or that i'm embarrassing myself. perhaps you just don't have a sense of humor, lots of people don't.

and it's not an hd version you're right. my fault. usually i have to downconvert stuff for youtube, but in this case it was already sd, i forgot. i guess i associate the vimeo clips with hd and mad a mistake.
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