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#1 abel alvarado

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Posted 10 August 2008 - 09:37 PM

please watch the video i shot & edited and please critique my work :lol:
i asked the dealership owner if i could record their cool dodge viper 2008
just so i can practice and add it to my collection of demo
it may have potential for a commercial



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#2 abel alvarado

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Posted 12 August 2008 - 01:13 AM

This is color corrected


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#3 Steve McBride

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Posted 12 August 2008 - 03:31 PM

Wow, at first when I watched it I thought you were using some heavy equipment, then I read you were using just a HV20 and a Merlin. Wow, amazing job. The shots are great and the editing is flawless.

One thing that I don't really know if I like or not is that in the color corrected version the Viper looks a bit too lime... I liked the green in the original better.

Great job.
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#4 Timofey Mogilnikov

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Posted 12 August 2008 - 04:26 PM

Nice but too fragmented. Color overburned. Too much 'flashy'. Timewarp with frameblending is a flaw.
You waste coolness of transtrack shot by placing it at the beginning.
No integral idea in editing...
Not bad =)
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#5 abel alvarado

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Posted 18 August 2008 - 09:00 PM

Nice but too fragmented. Color overburned. Too much 'flashy'. Timewarp with frameblending is a flaw.
You waste coolness of transtrack shot by placing it at the beginning.
No integral idea in editing...
Not bad =)


Thanks for your critique Timofey Mogilnikov. Yea pretty much before I started I knew someone else could have edited this better than me. Though I focus more on camera movement in all my projects, I still need to practice on my editing. I was going to hand this off to an editor & colorist but then i was too eager to see the final project. I may have rushed into it in the post.
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#6 abel alvarado

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Posted 18 August 2008 - 09:02 PM

Wow, at first when I watched it I thought you were using some heavy equipment, then I read you were using just a HV20 and a Merlin. Wow, amazing job. The shots are great and the editing is flawless.

One thing that I don't really know if I like or not is that in the color corrected version the Viper looks a bit too lime... I liked the green in the original better.

Great job.



Yea I wasn't 100% with the color correction version...I kinda rushed into it in the post but thanks Steve McBride 4 your critique.
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