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    Furniture Mart B-Roll
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    I did a freelance shoot with a friend of mine who works for a local Production company last Saturday. The Furniture mart is a client that the Production company does work for throughout the year so they do two shoots (one in Jan and one in July) to get all of the B-Roll they can for use throughout the year on any commercials ect. they want to do. I personally own a HVX200 but we used a HPX500 with some kind of HD Canon Lens (Didn't pay attention) for this shoot. Footage colored in Final Cut and has a "glow" filter added to it for texture. Real quick and dirty. Didn't spend a whole lot of time tweaking. Love to hear what you think!

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    http://www.mbowdenproductions.com/vi..._Furn_Mart.mov
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    http://www.mbowdenproductions.com


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    Oh also, this was shot on their 50th anniversary weekend sale. They had all kinds of artists and furniture makers there hand making couches and chairs etc. Too bad I was working, would have LOVED to have been able to take advantage of the free wine tastings!!!
    HVX200
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    I like the moves but personally would have liked it a lot more if it was in 24p. the interlaced movement just doesn't do it for me, other than that, good moves.


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    Giuseppe, I agree with you about the 24 p but the client made it very clear that she didnt want the footage to have a "cinematic look". She wanted it to look as "Crisp and clear" as possible.
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    Something I've learned in the movie biz... the client is always wrong lol


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    haha I 2nd your opinion. but as long as they write me the check I'll allow them to make "some" decisions.
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