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    Thanks for all the comments guys!

    I'm shooting on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28, nothing special.

    I'm finished shooting now, just have to do add some more music and sound and do some more color correcting.


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    Ever since they opened up the fest to cameras other than the DVX/HVX, I've toyed with the idea of an animated film but never had the guts/time. Can't wait to see it.

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    Hell Froze Over - Original Web Series shot with DVX100A and HV20


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    Jason! Welcome back to the madhouse. THis sounds promising!

    Rodney Smith - Flyin' Monkey Films
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    Thanks Rodney!


    I think I'm done... but I'm going to show it to a few people first. My wife gave it the okay though, and she's a tough critic.


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    Hey Jason,

    This looks fun! I did some stop motion a LONG long time ago and it does take patience! You need a remote shutter release so you don't have to touch the camera (and potentially move it even a tiny bit).

    I'm excited to see it! Good luck in the fest!


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    Yeah, a remote shutter release is definitely the way to go. I didn't have one, so I did the best I could and tried to fix it up some in post. If I ever do a longer project like this, I'll definitely get a remote shutter release.


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    Uploaded!


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    I was just about to check out this thread.
    Congratulations! I hope to be in your shoes tonight.


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    Love your poster


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    Yea....the poster rocks!

    Looking forward to some fun with this one!


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