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#1 M D Burton

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Posted 03 July 2008 - 09:46 AM

Just finished a music promo shot on the EX1 and im happy with the results. Keyed out great in 1080 25p and the rolling shutter performed well also.

Have a look see what you think
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#2 Nadav Hekselman

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Posted 04 July 2008 - 12:59 PM

Very nice, but i got to tell you that i think that the background you added ruins it a little bit.

There is a very strong feeling of unbalance in the green-screen version which you lost due to the flatness of the background and the lack of perspective. I believe its the lack of a "floor" which is the key to this problem.

In my opinion, the green-screen version , is better than the one with the background.
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#3 M D Burton

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Posted 07 July 2008 - 03:54 AM

Very nice, but i got to tell you that i think that the background you added ruins it a little bit.

There is a very strong feeling of unbalance in the green-screen version which you lost due to the flatness of the background and the lack of perspective. I believe its the lack of a "floor" which is the key to this problem.

In my opinion, the green-screen version , is better than the one with the background.



Haha I'm glad you said that as this is our exact feeling also !
Due to the fast turn around on the video we had little time to finalize the concept.
Looking back we would have done things very different but this served as a very useful test for future projects (perhaps using hydraulic rams).
Thanks for your comment.

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Posted 24 July 2008 - 02:20 PM

Only commented to agree that the greenscreen version looks much more interesting - that should have been your music video, although I guess if you did that you'd have trouble explaining that's how it's suppose to look.
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#5 Jonathan Bowerbank

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Posted 24 July 2008 - 07:22 PM

Yeah, the dark clothing with the black background composited in kinda cancels out the effect you were probably going for. I was trying to think of something that would make sense of the shifting floor. Perhaps if the band's performance took place on a sliding block puzzle, ha ha
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