Shot my first Bat Mitzvah with my new 6D last night. I think I did alright...
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Such a sweet video! Nice work all around, filming, directing, and the post work.I actually agree with this, it really looks more photoshop than futuristic.
The only thing that was tough for me as a viewer was the darkening of those two opening shots, before the lights come on. You can tell it was done artificially and my mind doesn't like it. I'm not sure how to make it look more realistic though. Maybe add a bit more range between the blacks and whites.
Still, really cool video and idea.
Idea: have the lights actually out and just cut out the part where someone turns them on.
Its brilliant... but did your friend do any color correction?
Thats the only area I can suggest you may spend some time with... play around with exposure, some clips are brighter than others.
I would love to see a studio flash that´s compatible with the Canon flash system, that would be super nice!
I thought the concept was good and you realized it well. I don't know what the expected duration for the festival is, but I'm sure you know if it's the right length or not. Good luck!
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Proud to finally be able to post in this thread - got my 6D used from LensAuthority yesterday and I couldn't be happier. This one's from my high school's Student-Teacher basketball game (pretty self-explanatory I guess). ISO 6400 and no noise to be seen! Plus, who said the 6D couldn't shoot sports?That looks clean! Well there seems to be an unfair height advantage that seems to more than compensate for the white hair . What was the closing score?
70-200 f/2.8L IS II, ISO 6400, f/3.5, 1/800s