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I really really appreciate all your comments. Thank you!
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What settings did you use on your video? Did you shoot in one of the 'flat' styles and do color grading in Post? What did you use for grading and editing?
What kind of housing did you use for the underwater shots?
I thought it was very nice...the only thing I thought I saw in a few shows...what apparent 'wobble' on the outer periphery of the screen....like image stabilization artifacts?
Did you have a glide cam, or was it all hand held?
Very nice....I liked how much of the shots seemed to be coordinated with music changes...how did you get the timing right for that? I'm still trying to figure that one out with FCPX....
Thanks for posting!!! With all that I see on the news over there, glad you made it back home safely!!!
Thanks for this beautiful nature moment of Israel. I am going there every year and while sitting here moving towards winter, your video make me look forward to spring/summer and go back to enjoy the landscape myself. Love it!
Your production quality was very good - nice straight cuts and your glidecam (presumably you used one) through the rocks was pretty decent (and fluid). I thought the time-lapse sunrise at the start was a neat idea, but due to low light conditions it looked a bit soft as if you were using a low f-stop, generally time-lapse is shot manual stopped down to f11 or so, and never really shot below f5.6 of f8. The 5D3 is the king of the low-light/high-ISO, so you should probably say which settings you used (so others will know and possibly learn).
Finally, it was obviously incredibly sunny and bright during August and don't know if you used any ND filters or even a grad one, some of the shots with sky in them looked a tad overexposed (I know is always a problem when shooting video), then other shots (like the snake on the rocks) looked a bit underexposed. Overall, well done.
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