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#1 William Thomas Snyder

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Posted 26 January 2012 - 08:20 PM

Cinematography.com users,

I'm new to the site, this is my first posting. I would very much like to get feedback on my 2011 reel, hoping to shape my decisions and hone my technique for the year ahead. Please tear it up, I want to improve, and I want to get work from this.



Thank you for your time. I'm sure I'll gain a lot from this site. I've heard a lot of great things!

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Edited by William Thomas Snyder, 26 January 2012 - 08:21 PM.

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#2 alex payne

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Posted 29 January 2012 - 10:11 AM

to my eyes, you have about three or four really cool projects you draw from and five or six boring/flat ones. lose the flat ones, keep the strong ones and draw more from them if possible. if not, just cut it down. like in any other aspect of filmmaking, losing the bad parts makes the good stronger, even if it means shorter.
not that the "bad" parts are bad, just not what i'd be looking for in a DP reel-- flat, boring, simple. They may service the story completely, but they don't service your reel.


the cool parts are really cool though, good job.
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