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A music video shot with a DSLR Nikon D90


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#1 Erik Arvid Bo Andersson

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Posted 22 April 2009 - 03:07 PM

So this is my first post here, hi everyone!

I would like to show you guys a music video I did about a week ago.

We didn't have a lot of time shooting it since I wanted the sunset light, besides we didn't have any permission to be there, so it was 100% guerilla approach production:).

I used a nikkor 50mm 1.8 and a Nikon DX 18-105mm.

I would be glad to get some critique!



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Cheers!
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#2 Tom Jensen

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Posted 22 April 2009 - 03:17 PM

Not bad. You need some more footage. Have them drive around in a old classic car looking disinterested, throw in a couple of really aloof hot chicks and you'll have a video.
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#3 Erik Arvid Bo Andersson

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Posted 22 April 2009 - 04:52 PM

Not bad. You need some more footage. Have them drive around in a old classic car looking disinterested, throw in a couple of really aloof hot chicks and you'll have a video.



I agree!!

I had a story that didn't worked out during set. Most of it because Me and the singer had different opinions.

My story were to "burn the evidence" wich you can see some of in the video. But I wanted a sync when he were walking with the bloody tshirt. I also wanted a scene when he drove his old 70's cafe racer motorcycle.

But well, I guess a PPM meeting wouldn't have hurt. :rolleyes:
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#4 Saul Rodgar

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Posted 22 April 2009 - 07:20 PM

It looks good, at that resolution. The camera's compression artifacts are pretty evident at bigger resolutions. To my knowledge, there are no new firmware updates for it yet. Also, you chose your camera movements wisely as there are only a few shots where the Jello-cam is evident. So by showing it on the net as .flv and minimizing movement, you are getting the best of the camera (and its very annoying quirks), which is good.
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