wedding Highlights for review

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Flame1
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Just finished our last edit for the year, and would appreciate feedback before we undertake our weddings in 2009 where we will be trying to incorporate our new steadicam into our weddings.

Cheers,

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Lusky
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Hi Flame,

Overall nice piece with a nice use of magic bullet (i'm assuming that's what you use). A couple of the stedi-cam shots (the couple against the wall and on the swing) where I felt that they would have really benefited from using a wide angle lens or fisheye.

Bet you're going to have fun over the next couple of weeks practicing the stedi-cam.

P.s. are you using a 35mm adapter as there were a couple of shots that had quite a shallow depth of field?

John Paul

Flame1
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Hi Lusky, thx for comments, no glidecam used here or 35mm adapter, but excited about 2009 as we progress with both these items...

Getting ready to film my nieces wedding sometime:rolleyes:

It's going to be a bit different from the norm based around her band with a short film tied in.

Showreel of the group singing here.. http://www.silvertipfilms.co.uk/showreel.php

i think it's going to be fun!

Cheers,

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Z Cheema
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Joined: Nov 17 2003

I can never see your clips on my old laptop, John they are full size and the old thing stutters with that size.....

Flame1
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I wonder if I am making them too large:confused:

Your not the first to say this!

I am going to try and make my next smaller and see if it helps.

Mind you, I remove them quicker than I put them up, so thats probably another reason why you cannot see it:D

Cheers,

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Z Cheema
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You could also make them smaller then full pixel size, say to 1/4 or 1/2