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Started by calebdescognets, September 21, 2016, 06:31:16 PM
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Quote from: Danne on September 22, 2016, 09:58:07 AMGreat work again. I really liked the last clips starting at 03:04. Would be great if you could tell us about post workflows.
Quote from: D_Odell on September 22, 2016, 09:49:12 AMHappy to see you try to comply the strobing effect at 1:06. Have you tried the same effect (without any cgi) but with shutter 2-6 and then make the actor walk in slowmo?
Quote from: allemyr on September 22, 2016, 08:04:03 AMI think you did a great work again! I like the glare in some spots from your Minolta lenses. Maybe the camera movement could a be a bit more lively or playful, I like the dolly movements from your Ronin But the static one could be handheld with a nice rig or something, but most important I think the clips could be shorter and more even in time and maybe edited more to the music. Don't want to sound though thought But ofcourse it's a great video! Maybe you should try the Davinci Resolve workflow with XML for faster speeds with many short clips. BestKarl Allemyr
Quote from: calebdescognets on September 23, 2016, 12:14:33 AMIm not sure what you're referring to when you say the "strobing effect" or "without cgi." The shot at 01:06 was done by shooting the artist in front of a blue screen at 48fps. I then shot a couple cr2 raw-image time-lapses of people shopping. I keyed out the blue from the first shot and replaced it with the time-lapse in After Effects. I then added a 35% CC Time Blend effect to the time-lapse to blend the frames.
Quote from: DeafEyeJedi on September 23, 2016, 09:30:59 AMDamn I had to watch this not twice but the third time's a charm and yet still in awe with how well your set of primes actually go with the 5D3's sensor. I mean you can't reproduce these contrast/flares with other glasses or let alone in post. The last minute or so was absolutely remarkable and excellent work on the blue screen effect with the Timelapse footage!Btw we also gotta be grateful for @Danne's never ending magic with his sick tricks under the sleeves 'specially with the DCP profile gem to go from Adobe to linear. It really does actually make a difference and I can't wait to jump on this wagon to further better our MLV RAW footage. Again thanks for sharing yet another masterpiece with this gig of yours @calebdescognets which was obviously very well planned out and seems a lot of team effort was poured into together as a whole! [emoji106]
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