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    SEXY BIKER CHICK AD - Shot with 100$ budget.
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    Shot on the 7D for the GoDaddy contest.

    http://vimeo.com/12005044

    I used the 17-40 f/4.0, 50 f/1.4 and 70-200 f/2.8 IS.
    Editing in FCP and grading in Color.
    I'd love feedback about your first impression of the concept. Is the message clear or not?

    Thanks for your comments.

    -Francois Bordez
    Last edited by fbordez; 06-02-2010 at 11:13 PM. Reason: highlight the low budget nature of the video


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    I liked the concept alot!
    and liked the shots also, there seemed to be overexposure on alot of them, or maybe that was you pushing the whites in post?? but it looked cool ...
    i like the desaturated look.

    Matt


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    Loved it. I was rooting for that guy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by da//media View Post
    I liked the concept alot!
    and liked the shots also, there seemed to be overexposure on alot of them, or maybe that was you pushing the whites in post?? but it looked cool ...
    i like the desaturated look.

    Matt
    I think exposure was mostly correct and most of what your referring to was introduced in cc. I'm glad you like the desaturated look. I now realize it doesn't fit the godaddy ads look that's less stylized cc wise.


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    Nice work. Love the concept.
    I know how to do it. You just wouldn't know it from the way that I do it.


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    Good job Francois! Brought a smile to evening of rendering.
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    Very good! Only thing was there was one shot which 'crosses the line' and it looks like the girl is walking behind both the bikes rather than infront of them. Other than that I thought it was great!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MotionFx View Post
    Loved it. I was rooting for that guy!
    That's great. I'm very happy when I can provoke an attachment for a character. Thanks!


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    excellent blocking and staging, funny short ,nice grade !

    The only thing I would lose or disable is the vignette at 16 sec - 18 sec when you tilt upwards its like looking in to the sun for too long ... tunnel vison effect.


    Is that Jim Carrey's son BTW !


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    Quote Originally Posted by deltoidjohn View Post
    Very good! Only thing was there was one shot which 'crosses the line' and it looks like the girl is walking behind both the bikes rather than infront of them. Other than that I thought it was great!
    Which shot is it exactly? I'm not sure I understand which one your referring to.


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