Would this go here as footage, or in DIY as, well, DIY?
I will let those who decide such things decide.
for everyone else,
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ps- the gitteriness of the opoenning shot is from the editing program not the footage.
Thread: Homemade dolly film.
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12-29-2005 04:42 PM
12-29-2005 04:45 PM
12-29-2005 04:49 PM
sorry, should work now.
12-29-2005 04:52 PM
some really smooth shots and composition, when you did the loop around the yellow race car at end it looked like a commercial for cars but in miniworld...hahahaha okay that made me laugh, but seriosly, looks good
12-29-2005 04:57 PM
the dolly is pretty ugly, but hey, no one's gonna steal an ugly dolly right? Anyway, it is my first prototype. The pretty one is on the way. But I thought the moves looks really clean. The shot of the kitchen was done on the bar, showing just how much you can do in very limited space.
12-29-2005 04:58 PM
wheres these pics of it?
12-29-2005 05:02 PM
soon, I tried uploading some earlier, but it's so ugly the computer booted it out. as soon as my computer recovers, I'll try again.
12-29-2005 05:07 PMOriginally Posted by Future user
12-29-2005 06:05 PM
the moves looked smooth.
I'm guessing this is a miniskater clone? Anxious to see some pics.
12-29-2005 06:32 PM
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the moves definitely looks smooth and the small size of the unit would be pretty convenient shooting in interior s with limited spaceMy most used on-set statement? "That seems unnecessarily dangerous."
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