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matt1239
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Jun 09, 2013 23:58 |  #1

Hey friends, check out my newest wedding video! If you have any questions or feedback let me know, I'd love to help you out in anyway I can.

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=XCapMyuAWa4 (external link)




  
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Jun 10, 2013 03:27 |  #2

I am not techniically minded but just as a viewer i liked it alot.So much in such a short time.




  
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Jun 10, 2013 07:45 |  #3

matt1239 wrote in post #16015744 (external link)
Hey friends, check out my newest wedding video! If you have any questions or feedback let me know, I'd love to help you out in anyway I can.

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=XCapMyuAWa4 (external link)

Really nice work. Were you the only shooter?

The only thing I would have done differently would be to the ease up on some the heavy vignettes. But I fight about that with my editor all the time haha.

Love the slow motion...effective without being overbearing. The colors are great too...hard to beat an outdoor ceremony in good light. #$%@ing california weddings...not fair :p




  
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Jun 11, 2013 06:57 |  #4

Trumper wrote in post #16016035 (external link)
I am not techniically minded but just as a viewer i liked it alot.So much in such a short time.

Thanks for watching, stoked you enjoyed it!




  
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Jun 11, 2013 06:58 |  #5

charro callado wrote in post #16016360 (external link)
Really nice work. Were you the only shooter?

The only thing I would have done differently would be to the ease up on some the heavy vignettes. But I fight about that with my editor all the time haha.

Love the slow motion...effective without being overbearing. The colors are great too...hard to beat an outdoor ceremony in good light. #$%@ing california weddings...not fair :p

Thanks man! I had one other shooter with me just to grab some extra coverage.




  
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Jun 11, 2013 20:00 |  #6

matt1239 wrote in post #16015744 (external link)
Hey friends, check out my newest wedding video! If you have any questions or feedback let me know, I'd love to help you out in anyway I can.

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=XCapMyuAWa4 (external link)

Thanks for sharing, it gives me some inspiration on things to try!

Questions:

  • Were you also taking regular photos? If so, when did you choose to switch between taking pictures and taking video?
  • How close did you have to get for the "unstaged" shots? Ex. the first dance clip
  • How did you achieve the slow motion effect?
  • How much post-production work was involved for the video?
  • Rights on the music?


Thanks for any answers!

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Jun 17, 2013 21:56 |  #7

dpyro wrote in post #16022182 (external link)
Thanks for sharing, it gives me some inspiration on things to try!

Questions:
  • Were you also taking regular photos? If so, when did you choose to switch between taking pictures and taking video?
  • How close did you have to get for the "unstaged" shots? Ex. the first dance clip
  • How did you achieve the slow motion effect?
  • How much post-production work was involved for the video?
  • Rights on the music?


Thanks for any answers!

Thanks man for checking out the vid! For this wedding I was just doing videography so I didn't have to worry about taking photos simultaneously. For the unstaged shots I was able to get as close as I needed to but I used a Canon 70-200mm for a lot of those shots so that helped. The slow motion effect was achieved by shooting in 60p on my Canon 60D and slowing it down in post. As far as post production, a lot of time was dedicated to editing to get the video just right in how I was envisioning it. Hope that helps!




  
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MrWes
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Jun 17, 2013 23:54 |  #8

Great Video...Hard to believe there were only 2 cameras! Some questions:

1. What did you use for stabilization?
2. what lenses did you use besides the 70-200?
3. did you only provide a highlights video? or did you provide other footage as well?




  
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Jun 18, 2013 07:26 |  #9

Since I am very reliable in any kind of video I would say, there is nothing wrong with this video. I really appreciated the one who made this. This will be considered as one of the best wedding video I ever seen. Actually, the whole set is not really nice but, in video process it look nice and good. The groom and the bride are very comfortable.


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Jun 26, 2013 11:20 |  #10

Darius Andie wrote in post #16041603 (external link)
Since I am very reliable in any kind of video I would say, there is nothing wrong with this video. I really appreciated the one who made this. This will be considered as one of the best wedding video I ever seen. Actually, the whole set is not really nice but, in video process it look nice and good. The groom and the bride are very comfortable.

Info from his youtube discription.

Camera - Canon 60D
Lenses - Canon L Series 16-35, Canon L Series 70-200, Canon 50mm
Addition Equipment - Sacthler FSB-4, Glidecam HD2000, Glidetrack
Edited in FCP 7 and AE


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Jun 26, 2013 22:19 |  #11

would you say the 70-200 is really close to use for most things though?
what about the 24-70 use that any?


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Jun 30, 2013 18:10 |  #12

Fantastic work....beautiful light and lots of happy faces....!


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Aug 21, 2013 12:33 |  #13

Nice job Matt! If I ever wanted to shoot wedding video this is the way I would approach it. Nicely done dude!


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Aug 21, 2013 23:38 |  #14

Nice vido man. I' m still practicing my owdolly stabilizer.


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