Since I couldn't submit this to the DVX Dec filmfest, I will share it with you guys. Check it out. Agian, one of those last of the minute deal.
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(3 meg version- for those turtles out there)
Thread: - FIGHT SCENE #2 -
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12-27-2004 08:29 PM
12-27-2004 09:08 PM
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- Jul 2004
- KualaLumpur, Malaysia
That was amazing. The talents did their parts very well. Would love to learn a lot from you. What kind of editing suite did you use?
12-27-2004 09:23 PM
[quote author=NikAman link=board=Clips;num=1104208192;start=0#1 date=12/27/04 at 21:08:04]That was amazing. The talents did their parts very well. Would love to learn a lot from you. What kind of editing suite did you use? [/quote]
Thanks for the compliment NikAman! This is just one of those ghetto productions. I used Adobe premiere to edit and Photoshop for the terrible roto lightsaber effects.
12-28-2004 12:12 AM
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- May 2004
- Irvine, USA
ok, i think the lighting is flat and it doesnt look very "cinematic". HOWEVER, I think your directing and shots are extremely well done and I think you would be able to direct action type films very well!!! Awesome
12-28-2004 04:17 AM
hahah looked like pretty good action to me. i agree with the previous post. says it all
12-28-2004 09:13 AM
Great stuff Blue, liked it a lot
12-28-2004 09:36 AM
The setting was completely hilarious. I loved the adults only sign in the background. I think some dramatic lighting would have made this all that much better, as it is, it looks a little flat, not the fighting, but the scene itself. I think it would be sweet to have the room lit only by the glow of the cooler, and then maybe set up a few lights from behihnd the camera to look like window light. It would just add so muchmore ambience to you fight scene. The acting was great, except for the little (f-er) comment. not that I have anything towords cussing, just aks my wife, but it just did not fit. I would have been better with no talking at all. Great coriography, however, and great sound effects and music.
12-28-2004 10:07 AM
12-28-2004 10:19 AM
that was awesome bspidy
your sounds are great as well - where did you get those effects?? definetly added a lot more punch to the film
12-28-2004 01:28 PM
Thanks for all the comments. We really weren't going for any cinematic look. I do understand that the lighting is flat. This is just one of those spur of the moment deals where we just wanted to a little fight scene. Just point and shoot and use what ever existing lighting available.