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Old April 8th, 2013, 22:41   #16
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great overall, one thing that really bugged me is the fact that you put tu camera on the (stretcher?) to film Mickey when they bring in the patient and the vibrations ruins the sound. There are some parts of the movie where the transition between angles of shooting change the sound a lot..

That is the thing that bugged me a lot.. this and the empty coffee and mag holding shooting girl.

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Old April 8th, 2013, 23:02   #17
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great overall, one thing that really bugged me is the fact that you put tu camera on the (stretcher?) to film Mickey when they bring in the patient and the vibrations ruins the sound. There are some parts of the movie where the transition between angles of shooting change the sound a lot..
That was a time issue. Actually ALL the dialogue in that scene sounded like that and we redubbed over it... One person was NOT available for that and so it never got redubbed. We thought we were fine with the setup, but we'd never done a big elaborate moving scene like that before. With how close we were having the mic mounted to the camera shoulda been fine... Turns out with the tripod on dolly wheels and running it down the hallway caused vibrations to run all the way up THROUGH the tripod, the camera, and into the mic. ...Another lesson learned.
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Old April 9th, 2013, 20:46   #18
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Something I'd like to try once I'm in the GTA is a more elaborate bullet time scene, I'd actually like to try something inspired by 'Frozen Crossing Alpha' ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A13kHkWNJi0 ) where moments in time are shown rather than an actual moving scene.

Probably involving a police shootout styled after the North Hollywood Shoot out. Something for mid summer maybe. Something without dialogue or lines so any talent only need to look bad ass on camera. :P I've already played with the core technique used, but would do it more elaborately than I did in my own previous experiment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFWOY5TzmdY

I may make a thread looking for airsoft users in the GTA who'd be interested in being involved.
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