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#1 timHealy

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Posted 18 January 2009 - 12:29 AM

Just putting my reel up. Maybe a job will come up through this site. I have to work on the web design part later.

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#2 Ryan Patrick OHara

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Posted 18 January 2009 - 12:38 AM

You have a very good reel. Lots of close ups with some good lighting! A few really made my jaw drop. Some shots however jolted me out of the video. The first being the man who runs into the lady on the stair well and bounces off of her like she was a linebacker. It made me laugh out loud at the acting and broke the flow of your work. The other is the running large lady, who is unclothed. It's not your strongest and is possibly the most distracting, jarring, and thought derailing image. I think it would flow better with less breaks in the viewers attention without those two shots.

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#3 Jon Rosenbloom

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Posted 18 January 2009 - 08:41 PM

Hi Tim,

I say too many MCU's! For a while, it looks like you shot a bunch of different films, but always rented the same medium telephoto lens. I would love to see the more adventurous stuff earlier in the reel. Last, I think the opening shot is a bad choice. The actress is shiny. You have her looking better and in a more dynamic shot later in the reel. Just the thoughts of an old broken down grip!
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