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    any feedback will be appreciated....thx
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    Some very nice camera moves. I think you should seriously consider changing the music and the color work. It kind of hit me like a horror film would. I think those two changes could make a tremendous change in the vibe I'm picking up.

    You do realize that with the dancing later, you have a Jewish song playing? Hinei mah tov umanayim.
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    Yea I know it's Jewish and they are not lol... it's a very popular Christian dance song though so I thought the vibe of it would be pleasing...and thanks for the feed, I was gonna try to overlay the first score with them talking about marriage but they never got around to it so I couldn't cover up some of the horror vibe at the end and middle lol...


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    any more feed back


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    I also like the camera moves. Very impressive. I would do more post work to keep it bright with the music and lighting as was aforementioned. Also try adding a glow to the black and white, nothing obnoxious, just a soft light glow and maybe some slow motion in certain spots to add more drama.


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    Audio doesn't match at all, also you really put post flares in a wedding......

    Finally the color grading just looks off, way to harsh and the camera/lenses with everything in focus and no depth at all makes it look like home video. My suggestion is to study some films and videos regarding cinematography.....


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