This video was shot on Canon 7D and a Sony XDCAM EX1.
Absolutely no budget, all friends and familiy.
Work done in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, PfTrack and Cinema4d.
I'm an absolute novice in 3d work, so I had to learn A LOT ;-)
Lots of mistakes, but it was a freebee, so I guess you get what you get.
Check it out ;-)
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12-20-2010 03:14 PM
Last edited by ichichich; 12-20-2010 at 03:57 PM.
01-02-2011 04:10 PM
Feel free to comment - I value comments as I learn from all your input in the past!
Again ZERO money put in to this project; all work done by yours truly.
Let me know what you think (good or bad) ;-)
01-02-2011 04:24 PM
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- Aug 2010
I never understood why people feel the need to mention "this project" had zero budget. The viewers and fans don't care if you spent 1 million dollars or 1 dollar, all they care about is if it's entertaining.
With that said I see a lot of things in this video that required money just to make this happen, so please stop saying there was zero budget.
Finally regarding the actual video I liked it and thought it was pretty good, might not be MTV ready but you are on the rite track, keep working hard
01-02-2011 04:46 PM
Thank you for your comments. Greatly appreciated.
The reason I mention "no budget", is due to the fact that I spend a lot of time to make this video look, as if it had a budget (and hereby I mean a decent budget). Of course I already had the cameras, a jib-arm and two lights, but thats it. I thought it might be of value to the expected critique I was hoping to receive, as I was expecting both criticism for entertainment value as well as for my technical work and skills.
In any case, could you elaborate a bit more - if you would be so kind - so give a few hints as how to make it "MTV ready". I do want to pick your brain, as it is very hard to get constructive critique from other sources - and here I'm referring to family and friends, so really - anything would be appreciated ;-)
01-02-2011 05:08 PM
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- Aug 2010
The only thing I think you need for that MTV look is more lighting, as to me it looks to dark. Especially the color grading is a bit on the heavy side. The video and song work and I think you have a great project here, the only knock IMO is the color grading and not enough light. I would double the amount of light you had or triple it so you would never have to go above iso 400 and ease off a bit on the grading. Regardless I think it's a good project that could be better with some more work.
ps. Not one outside shot either, I think every video should have at least 1 outside shot.