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    nice did a good job on it, looks pro lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by atenzany62 View Post
    nice did a good job on it, looks pro lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by atenzany62 View Post
    nice did a good job on it, looks pro lol
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    That was effing awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by atenzany62 View Post
    nice did a good job on it, looks pro lol
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    Truly top-notch work. I am mesmerized - trying to pick it apart to figure out how it was put together.

    Questions: (if you don't mind)

    What was this shot with? Was a flip kit used for DOF, or was it just truly a high-end film camera?

    How long have you been doing video/film? Are you primarily a director? (checked out your site)

    Who did editing/post production?

    How was the exposure determined for the moving night-shots, very low noise! great looking job!! I'm truly impressed, and I come from a film/video background.

    I'd love to talk to you about more of your work.
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    wow. very cool. definitely pro work. did that air on TV?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dowright82 View Post
    Truly top-notch work. I am mesmerized - trying to pick it apart to figure out how it was put together.

    Questions: (if you don't mind)

    What was this shot with? Was a flip kit used for DOF, or was it just truly a high-end film camera?

    How long have you been doing video/film? Are you primarily a director? (checked out your site)

    Who did editing/post production?

    How was the exposure determined for the moving night-shots, very low noise! great looking job!! I'm truly impressed, and I come from a film/video background.

    I'd love to talk to you about more of your work.
    Thank you, Paul Capra is my Director buddy. He edited and Directed it, I shot it. Director of photography = Todd Becker Photo = me

    I shot it on my 20D with a tilt shift lens, fish eye, and a telephoto.

    The night stuff, was shot at like 200 iso at 1/10 a second or something. Hollywood Blvd is pretty bright at 1 am.

    Paul directed and edited in film school a lot and now works at a production company in Hollywood as a PA.
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    wait, so you shot this video with a still camera?? wow - thats a lot of frames.
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    Excellent work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cszink View Post
    Excellent work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dowright82 View Post
    wait, so you shot this video with a still camera?? wow - thats a lot of frames.
    yes like 20,000.
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