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Promo shot with FS700 & RX100


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Here's part one of a new music promo film I shot in Snowdonia using the FS700. I think there's one shot in there from RX100.Some nice CG in there too! Enjoy!
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNGquFXmLOU[/media]

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Perhaps ya should move this to the screening room, I forgot about that place!

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Its OK keep it here. Nice stuff dude

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Fine B&W work, with full use of the grey scale...

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Cheers guys! Most of it was shot straight to black and white (though quite flat) in the camera, I did a few tests comparing post-conversion against using all the available bit-rate in camera for luminance and shooting straight to black and white just looked better.

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Nice job! Love the super slow motion. I wish I could identify exactly what it is about slow motion that I love so much. ;-) There's some nice subtle CG stuff in there as well. It was pretty cool. What did you use if you don't mind me asking?

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I enjoyed it. The opening is especially strong. Where did you shoot this?

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Dude, I think I'm becoming a hardcore fan of your work. Really good video.

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Awesome cheers guys! It was all shot in Snowdonia, very beautiful place.

The CG was created to a relatively open brief (the final two shapes and abstract origami feel were the specific requests) by Thom Haig http://mografik.com/ in Cinema 4D and composited in After Effects. I took it all back for final grade and post in After Effects.

There's Colorista II, Looks, Grain 35 and Filmconcvert in varying amounts.

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