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Apr 01, 2012 13:27 |  #1

Just roamed around my neighborhood shooting some video on the fly and cut this together. Shot with Canon 14mm 2.8 II and Zeiss 35mm 1.4. Footage treated with Magic Bullet Looks.

http://vimeo.com/39535​129 (external link)

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Apr 01, 2012 13:32 |  #2

wow, I wasn't expecting this. Very nice & great flow!


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Apr 01, 2012 17:53 |  #3

hey, great video...I was born and raised on 6th and Houston, so it was great to see my old neighbourhood again :) Did you use any special rigs, or was this all handheld?

Also, if you don't mind me asking, how long did it take you to put together once you sat down with the raw footage? I'm new to video, so just trying to get a sense of how long these things SHOULD take to put together :)


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Apr 01, 2012 19:41 |  #4

hey, thanks for the kind words, guys.

I live on 6th and Prince, so i'm only a block away! everything was handheld. i stabilized the opening shot in post with a plugin for After Effects called Warp Stabilizer. as you can see, it works really well. i almost did it with all of the shots but opted for the more gritty feel with the shakiness. as for cutting it, i did it all in about 2 hours. but full disclosure: i produce and edit for the history channel, so it might be a little easier for me haha.




  
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Apr 01, 2012 19:45 |  #5

was this shot using IPB or ALL-I?
seem's like the right choice is to shoot with ALL-I but from what i've been reading, the IPB high compression mode seems to work better?

lovely video though! I really like the grading :).


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Apr 01, 2012 19:56 |  #6

TheHanyo wrote in post #14192825 (external link)
hey, thanks for the kind words, guys.

I live on 6th and Prince, so i'm only a block away! everything was handheld. i stabilized the opening shot in post with a plugin for After Effects called Warp Stabilizer. as you can see, it works really well. i almost did it with all of the shots but opted for the more gritty feel with the shakiness. as for cutting it, i did it all in about 2 hours. but full disclosure: i produce and edit for the history channel, so it might be a little easier for me haha.

hehe, nice! My folks still live there, I've moved on. I miss the old nabe though.

Yeah, if it took you 2 hours to do that video, I bet it'd take me about 2 days...or 2 weeks! :0 Thanks for the info on the video.


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Apr 01, 2012 21:14 |  #7

I dig the video, especially the opening and closing sequences. I thought a crane or slider was used.


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Apr 02, 2012 08:41 |  #8

BryantFC wrote in post #14192837 (external link)
was this shot using IPB or ALL-I?

IPB. Until they come out with a firmware upgrade to fix the noise issues in ALL-I, I'll be using IPB.

BryantFC wrote in post #14192837 (external link)
lovely video though! I really like the grading :).

thanks!




  
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Apr 02, 2012 18:19 |  #9

Nice! Love the grading!


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Apr 02, 2012 20:32 as a reply to  @ TijmenDal's post |  #10

Nice editing and color grading. Reminded me of the opening credits to "How to Make It in America"


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Apr 03, 2012 06:34 as a reply to  @ Marfmarf's post |  #11
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Good stuff, but not a fan of the grading. There were many shots where the whites were heavy yellow. You have to watch out when grading those highlights. The mids look fine, it is the highlights that are going lemon yellow.




  
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Apr 03, 2012 12:41 |  #12

Very nice!


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Apr 03, 2012 15:26 |  #13

like very much.


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