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    AC160 Promotional Travel Video
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    My most recent travel video for The Moorings. Shot mostly with my AC160 with a handful of shots from an HMC 150, GoPro and a little Sony point and shoot.

    Edited in FCP and colour graded in Color. Moving to Resolve 11 for the next grading project.

    https://vimeo.com/96082368

    10 days on a catamaran wasn't too hard to take!

    Enjoy!


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    Makes me want to take a trip on one of those catamarans. Looked good to me. Decent output from the 160. Nice job!


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    So did you also write the script? Nice work.
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    Yup, wrote the script as well as doing the voiceover.


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    Nice work, I really like the colours. Could you share your scene file please.

    Thanks


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    beautiful!
    Great job.
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    This is beautifully shot. I'd love to know your scene file settings if you can recall them. Thanks!


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