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    Beautiful job on all films! Congratulations to everyone.


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    Am I overlooking the voting page? I'm not seeing it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk Teflon View Post
    Am I overlooking the voting page? I'm not seeing it.
    I don't believe there is voting this time.
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    Samurai ScriptFest: A Dream of Electric Revolution (1st Place)
    Suspense ScriptFest: A Clockwork Darkened(2nd Place)
    Trapped ScriptFest: Trapped (3rd Place)


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    so in other words, everyone wins! ….. course I guess you could also say…. everyone looses :p


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    Is there anyone out there besides Barry, Hawk and the six guys who made the films watching anything? This thread seems as dead as my animated Santa. Oh, well, I still had a blast making mine and watching everyone's stuff. Nice to take some time off before the Spring fest.
    "If they move, kill'em!"


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    Quote Originally Posted by taylormade View Post
    Is there anyone out there besides Barry, Hawk and the six guys who made the films watching anything? This thread seems as dead as my animated Santa. Oh, well, I still had a blast making mine and watching everyone's stuff. Nice to take some time off before the Spring fest.
    I shall plan… plan for something big! Something longer then 6 mins as my script is already 20 pages. :p nonetheless i will make another 6min entry in the next dvxfest


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    Great job Guys finding time to make this happen. Just stared watching but enjoying so far.


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    If people aren't watching, they're missing out. There's far more entertainment here than in any pixel-peeping camera test!


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    Ok, Just seen that Tequila woo shot the right on schedule entry on the 7d. I'm really interested to know how you pulled off the fast camera moves without the footage swaying. was it done in post? really great cam movement. Please elaborate if you have time


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    Quote Originally Posted by reem12 View Post
    Ok, Just seen that Tequila woo shot the right on schedule entry on the 7d. I'm really interested to know how you pulled off the fast camera moves without the footage swaying. was it done in post? really great cam movement. Please elaborate if you have time
    I was the dp, and honestly I didnt even know footage CAN sway on the 7D :p I was just practicing with what kind of camera movements would be cool an unique and I decided to just move the camera as fast as possible. It took a few tries to get the movement to be smooth. Maybe it was the shutterspeed I used. Either way I didnt notice any swaying
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