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5D Mk11 - video capabilities


davidbailie e2
11 451 6 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2009 4:05PM
I threatened some while back - see HERE for the full context - and have finally got around to getting a video made on the 5D mk11 up and running and onto You tube --- suffer if you must Smile ....

see The Film

aahh! the learning curve ............

It only went up today so it awaits your crits !!

db

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steve_kershaw 9 2.3k 4 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2009 4:25PM
very very good, thoroughly enjoyed it, and a god job with the video

was that you?
davidbailie e2
11 451 6 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2009 4:30PM
Indeed it was steve - I thank you Smile

db
Carabosse e2
11 39.5k 269 England
11 Nov 2009 4:33PM
Excellent David! Maybe that could be a new EPZ challenge - instead of self-portraits, self-videos on a theme.

Would we be brave enough? I doubt it! Grin
Pete e2
13 18.5k 96 England
11 Nov 2009 4:34PM
Honest feedback?
...here goes
The first segment is so much like David Lynch. I love the creaking sound and I really like when you appear with the globe - quite sinister, but then that transition of curtain-like change spoils the enjoyment and makes it feel a bit cheap. Maybe a fade to you sat in the chair is all it needed? The words are read out perfectly - very articulate and with meaning, I like the lighting and tight composition...nicely filmed Mrs B. Enjoyable to view and thumbs up from me...and if the feeling of the first section could have been carried through it would taken it a few levels higher.
davidbailie e2
11 451 6 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2009 4:45PM
Thanks CB and Pete - very encouraging -

yes Pete you could be right - the curtain element I stuck with - or chose if you like - as it was literally a 'theatrical' device going from the 'netherworld' into the world of theatre ??

but I take your point - difficult to be to be really disciplined when new to something - one feels the need to experiment with all of it -- ho! ho!

thanks again db
Codiac 7 317 3 Northern Ireland
11 Nov 2009 4:54PM
That was great David, really enjoyed it. I do agree with pete about the curtain transition but then again im no expert. Well done. Hoping to get the markII soon but doubt ill produce any films like this Smile

Gary
davidbailie e2
11 451 6 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2009 5:10PM
Thanks Gary - appreciate your feed back

db
Carabosse e2
11 39.5k 269 England
11 Nov 2009 5:30PM
Well I'm going to disagree about the curtain effect - I like it and have in fact used a curtain as an opener on many of my videos... it became a bit of a hallmark! Wink
davidbailie e2
11 451 6 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2009 5:40PM
LOL CB that's what I like to hear -

To be honest on looking at it again (and I thought so originally) I quite like the way the body is "torn apart" ...

db
davidbailie e2
11 451 6 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2009 7:08PM
cheers all - appreciate your responses

db

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