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#1 Andrew Reiersen

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Posted 05 March 2010 - 07:41 PM

Hello all, ive been lurking here for awhile and just never got around to really signing up.
Most of my time is spent over at dvxuser, but I enjoy the resources for dps here.
Heres one of my latest.

Tell me what you think.

Good day :)


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#2 Marcus Joseph

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 12:52 AM

Very nice footage, what'd you shoot on?
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#3 Andrew Reiersen

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 06:47 PM

Very nice footage, what'd you shoot on?


Thanks.
I shot it on a DVX100B, interlaced, and deinterlaced into a 24p timeline
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#4 Phil Rhodes

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 07:08 PM

Smart choice on the slow-mo technique; have you been reading someone-I-know's website? The DVX is a cracking little device for what it is (that Andromeda mod turned it into something scary).

If I had to offer a criticism, my feeling is that your footage is a bit overexposed - the snow is routinely bleached out to white, and skintones go a bit nasty. Otherwise, nice. There is a certain aesthetic in this sort of work - something I associate with skateboard shoots - which seems to provoke people to put the camera in interesting places, which is something other genres could learn from.

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 01:18 AM

Smart choice on the slow-mo technique; have you been reading someone-I-know's website? The DVX is a cracking little device for what it is (that Andromeda mod turned it into something scary).

If I had to offer a criticism, my feeling is that your footage is a bit overexposed - the snow is routinely bleached out to white, and skintones go a bit nasty. Otherwise, nice. There is a certain aesthetic in this sort of work - something I associate with skateboard shoots - which seems to provoke people to put the camera in interesting places, which is something other genres could learn from.

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Ha yes I have, Rarevision?
Yep, i love my dvx, but it is soon to be upgraded.

I agree there are a couple shots over exposed with the snow. Namely one of the close up shots
Other than that, i think the sun coming through the trees was handled pretty well.
Thanks for the input.
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