Panasonic GH2 - 'Richmond In Springtime'

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De Rienzo Films
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Shot entirely on Panasonic GH2. Our first outing with the camera!

Used in combination with the glidetrack shooter.

Thoughts welcome:)

Cheers.

http://vimeo.com/22588158

Dominic I
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Really like it, spent the first 27 years of my life in Richmond and grew up on Kings Road so it was great to see the old place. Brightened my day up.

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De Rienzo Films
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Thanks Dominic:)

Yes, it's a lovely part of the world and always nicer when the suns out.

Pretty inpressed with the footage these little gh2's can get!

cheers.

Maxwell
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I think the time has come for you to move up a peck and concentrate on some feature movie work.
I think you have a good eye for period material.
I think some of your close-up shoots excel themselves.
Excellent presentation from the highest order.

tom hardwick
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Any film that uses Wish You Were Here as the soundtrack has me hooked on a triple barb. Lovely shots. Was the cam unattended for the landing pigeons?

Bob Aldis
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Ditto to all the above but I am on my third PC which plays Vimeo with a stutter. Does spoil stuff for me. Never thought I would say this but I now prefer Youtube. :(

Bob Aldis

De Rienzo Films
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Hi Maxwell,

Goodness!, thanks for the extremely kind compliments! I dream of doing this type of work but I am sure I am dreaming with about a million other people:)

Really kind works, thank you.

Hi Tom, thank you for the thumbs up. There was a lot of pigeons so it did not take too long for one to land in front of camera, but it was not unattended otherwise I am sure someone would have swiped it!:)

I know what you mean about vimeo Bob. I get the occasional stutter and it does ruin what I am watching. Many thanks for your comments.

Cheers.

Z Cheema
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I have the GH1 and it really is quite good. I thought you were busy pulling your (what little you have) hair out, keep it up

De Rienzo Films
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HaHa!, was expecting no less a comment from you Mr Cheema:D

It was only the gray hairs that I was pulling out BTW!:)
I've acquired quite a few of them since entering the wedding industry.....

ChrisG
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Intrigued by scene 2 where the guy are marching towards the 2 arguing people, would a slip in the edit make that more interesting?

liked the pigeon/scooter juxtaposition.

Floyd..if you can afford the royalties, fine :) ...where would we be in atmospheric stuff with out Mr Gilmour?

Arthur.S
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Lovely John. Very static at the start (for you that is, not for the rest of us :) ) Only shot I didn't like was the completely out of focus shot of the Deer. Who was the narrator?

De Rienzo Films
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Cheers Arthur, much appreciate the feedback:)