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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Rice View Post
    I'd do something like this (this was really quick)

    With upping the saturation and really getting the colors popping... unless thats not the feel you're going for, I just figured since the grabs are in a flower shop, this would be a cool look.
    Thanks for that. I was going for a lot of color. There must be something wrong with my monitor because your quick example looks over saturated to me? I'm trying to go with a warm feel, but with cool and vibrant flower color. Isn't that ironic?


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    Yeah, its DEF over-saturated. I just threw it together real quick. I wanted an extreme example to show the basic idea.
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    I like the screen grabs. And I think the story line sounds fun. What are you shooting with? I shot my past/present fest entries on a DVX with squeeze.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kurtmo View Post
    I like the screen grabs. And I think the story line sounds fun. What are you shooting with? I shot my past/present fest entries on a DVX with squeeze.
    Kurtmo,

    Thanks for your comments. The story line came to me late one evening as I was trying to come up with a story for LoveFest. I learned from my Horrorfest experience how important and challenging it is to come up with a complete story to be told in less than 6 minutes. So I wrote the entire script in the morning.

    We shot this with a DVX100B. No squeeze. I like to have the cropping latitude in post.


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    I agree. It's tough to tell a complete story in under six. This time around I kept my story straight forward and hit the main points. Running time 4:30.

    Maybe next time I'll skip the squeeze. i''m shooting on 100B myself.

    Looks tight in the florist shop. Cool place to shoot. Did you have much trouble getting in there?


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    Quote Originally Posted by kurtmo View Post
    I agree. It's tough to tell a complete story in under six. This time around I kept my story straight forward and hit the main points. Running time 4:30.

    Maybe next time I'll skip the squeeze. i''m shooting on 100B myself.

    Looks tight in the florist shop. Cool place to shoot. Did you have much trouble getting in there?
    Good for you. Keeping it simple, that's what I did this time around. Focused on the characters.

    I'm sure there are advantages and disadvantages to using squeeze mode.

    It wasn't too bad in the florist shop. The lighting was a trick. Learned a lot about that. We weren't able to get the shallow depth of field that I wanted due to the space limitations, but we had enough room for dolly shots, lights, etc.


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    Lighting is always a learning experience. I've done a lot of reading, but I like to learn by doing.

    I liked the way you were able to frame some of your shots with flowers. I think that makes it visually interesting.


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    Looking good!


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    Additional BTS added.


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    Wow! How did I miss this? And you, right in my own backyard. Looking good, Robert.


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