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    A Day in the West Country
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    Nothing new here in terms of technology/equipment, just the trusty GH5 with the SLR 1.33x anamorphic adapter on the Panny 25mm. But having fun with music and sound design, and of course the beautiful subjects.



    https://vimeo.com/346252175


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    Thanks for sharing. Nice places and images.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman2003 View Post
    Thanks for sharing. Nice places and images.
    Thanks for watching and taking the time out to comment. Much appreciated.


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    Was that a spherical distortion filter in the first two shots? And maybe a key-framed masked blur? very subtle and unsettling. well done.

    You also used the same effect later on the courtyard of one of the castles. I would appreciate if you would talk more about your process for this effect.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin Kuhn View Post
    Was that a spherical distortion filter in the first two shots? And maybe a key-framed masked blur? very subtle and unsettling. well done.

    You also used the same effect later on the courtyard of one of the castles. I would appreciate if you would talk more about your process for this effect.
    Justin,

    Thanks for watching.

    I wish I could wax lyrical on what an amazing effects guy I am, and then wow you with all the fantastic details.

    But I have to admit (in shame) that I cannot do either. Those are two presets from a collection of transitions called Tunnels, made by CineFlare for FCP X and distributed by FxFactory.

    http://cineflare.com/tunnels/

    If I had to guess I'd say they were created in Motion, but that's only a guess.


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