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    That was awesome. Man I wish I had an HVX.
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    Fantastic! You deserve alot of praise, especially for the quick turnaround.

    Did you use a jib arm or a dolly, btw...


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    that was great! Thanks for the before and after shots.


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    Wow. That was AWESOME. I've been wondering about greenscreen and HVX. I know people are doing it, like Curugon. But, I'm still waiting to see his results on the DVD.

    NICE.

    One thing I never understand about greenscreen work is how you remove all of that other stuff that's not the actual greenscreen.

    I think I just got it: The actual greenscreen is for the person, everything else can be wiped/keyed/cleaned out. Am I wrong?

    How did you do the weightless card?
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    My word

    This is some solid professional studliness. Whoa.


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    Looks so cool, so professional, you definately know what you are doing. Keep posting these!


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    Wow, thanks guys... but there's lots of good green screen working with the HVX going on, like Anders music video, The Ore project, anything I've missed in the last week or so, etc...

    Donald, just a doorway dolly about 36" high to camera head... no restrictions on pan/tilt or movement, thanks to the miracle of tracking software.

    Khoi, good question, as that was asked by one of the clients from the agency almost word for word... just a garbage matte is all that is needed to keep those things out of the key area.

    I learned about the client's idea for the weightless card about five minutes before we shot it, as the moon guy was getting his helmet on. I just scanned the card and made a model in Lightwave for it, then timed it to the action of his hand. Throwing the background out of focus at the beginning of the shot helps spot light it a bit and gives the illusion of less DOF.

    Thanks again, all...

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    Wow, incredible, absolutely incredible!
    Please subscribe to my YOUTUBE CHANNEL to see all of my projects.

    New short film THE APPOINTMENT now available to see!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Arthurs
    Wow, thanks guys... but there's lots of good green screen working with the HVX going on, like Anders music video, The Ore project, anything I've missed in the last week or so, etc...

    Donald, just a doorway dolly about 36" high to camera head... no restrictions on pan/tilt or movement, thanks to the miracle of tracking software.

    Khoi, good question, as that was asked by one of the clients from the agency almost word for word... just a garbage matte is all that is needed to keep those things out of the key area.

    I learned about the client's idea for the weightless card about five minutes before we shot it, as the moon guy was getting his helmet on. I just scanned the card and made a model in Lightwave for it, then timed it to the action of his hand. Throwing the background out of focus at the beginning of the shot helps spot light it a bit and gives the illusion of less DOF.

    Thanks again, all...

    Jim Arthurs
    Sweeet. I am going to be going into an all greenscreen production on my next project (or one of) and I need to learn these kinds of things.

    Thanks for the quick insight.
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    Would never have thought it was possible to get such results from a $5000 dollar camera...Bravo, Jim. Thats the best commercial I've seen shot with the HVX 200. The client was smart to go with the "painterly" look and you really pulled it off exquisitely.
    Peace, Norman


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