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#1 Andrew N McMurry

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Posted 07 September 2010 - 10:36 AM

Here is a little short I made in my spare time:



Tell me what you think!

(I know it's a little long, I should've made it shorter.)
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#2 Terry Runner

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Posted 07 September 2010 - 03:02 PM

Here is a little short I made in my spare time:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQCP8We2KLA

Tell me what you think!

(I know it's a little long, I should've made it shorter.)


Not bad man..
Keep going!
They'll get better and better.
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#3 Brian Rose

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Posted 07 September 2010 - 05:14 PM

One suggestion I'd make for future reference is your aspect ratio. From watching your short, I got the impression you framed for 1.77 (16x9) then subsequently cropped to 2.39, based on the number of shots where you cut off the top of your head.

You'd probably be fine sticking with 16x9, both because you're losing resolution by cutting off the top and bottom, and because the Panavision/Cinemascope AS doesn't add to the story much, and draws attention to itself (while I think 2.39 is gorgeous, I think it's used WAY, WAY too much by even the pros in the big time).

With that said, if you still prefer the 2.39 ratio, in the future you might take some measurements and craft a matte for your monitor, so you can accurately frame for the aspect ratio you desire.

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