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    Panasonic HVX200 - (Night) Snowboard Park Footage
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    I recently went to Pomerelle Mountains Hot Iron Night Rail Jam Comp. and filmed some of the homies and put up a little edit, but most of the footage is pretty dark since I didn't have a light use so I had to work with the light that was there. Let me know what you think

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    Let me know what you guys think
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    Hey tCudney... I think it looks pretty good. Did you run it through neatvideo or anything? It's pretty clean. Then again it could be the web compression and the smaller size of the video. I do have just a cpl constructive suggestions if thats ok?

    I totally understand that you were probably just able to shoot with the light you had...but a lot of the footage is pretty dark. Next time if there is any way for you to get at least one light out there. Maybe a 1k as a backlight. It would give it this cool backglow but still be a bit darker. Or at the least maybe get an on camera light for your hotshoe mount. That will help illuminate your subject a bit better. It doesn't need to look "lit"....just a bit brighter so you can see better. The only other thing I see that could be tweaked is the intro graphic...it's about 8 seconds of nothing until your logo comes up. I would make it so the logo comes up almost instantly and gets the video started. These are just my opinions...

    Overall looks good. Music choice was good. Looks like a really cool event!
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    Thanks and actually I just had a Flat Scene File so the image would look less noisy. Thanks for the feedback, At the time I didn't have any kind of light to use besides the lights on the hill but an on-camera light defiantly would have helped. And Thanks again for the Feedback I really appreciate it
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    Hey, not a problem. Us HVX guys gotta stick together. Again....very clean footage. You might be able to mess with it in post a bit...pick up the exposure and add some contrast. Not too much though you don't want to loose the detail in the shadows. Feel free to post screen grabs here if you start messing with the coloring.
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    Thanks, I'll defiantly mess with some of the colors and post some screen grabs some time.
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    Thanks everyone for checking it out
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