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This is a discussion on FIRST POST, FIRST SUBIE, FIRST CAR EDIT within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; http://vimeo.com/user8741339/subasteve2013 Just bought the car a couple weeks ago and took it out to the desert, here is the shots ...

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    FIRST POST, FIRST SUBIE, FIRST CAR EDIT

    http://vimeo.com/user8741339/subasteve2013 Just bought the car a couple weeks ago and took it out to the desert, here is the shots i came up with, let me know what you think.

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    Nicely done! Keep it up. Love the Scuba Steve ending, awesome movie.
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    Thanks i appreciate it! And ya i got the scuba steve idea because on my TEMP plates form the dealer it said just "Suba" instead of subaru and figured itd make a cool play on words being Suba steve

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    pretty sure i almost had a seizure watching this and then needed to wear sunglasses to be able to look at my screen on some of the shots. but nice work looks like ya had some fun making that.
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    It was good. The whites were a little too blown out though in most shots.
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    awww the video isnt working =[

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    Im sure alot of you dont like the over exposure, but it was all done intentionally, i really liked the look of over exposed white car. it was all done post filming. I had never shot a car video so was just messing around to see what i could do to try and change it up.

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    I guess I get the overexposure - it kind of makes it look abstract (or cartoonish)....

    The camera looks like it is very well controlled during the panning etc. - is it your quality settings that are making it judder so much?
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    Honestly i dont know why it does that, my best assumption would be because i am shooting at 250f/s and I think iMovie cant handle it. ive been saving for FCPX so hopefully when i make the switch that wont continue

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