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2007 July 3rd, 15:53
Shot this (http://hv20.info/yopu/Rainbows.mpg) half an hour ago.
It looked so beautiful I thought I must capture it with the HV20 to see how well it turned out. And it's come out beautifully. Shame I had to shoot through a window.
A rainbow (well, two, if you look carefully).
2007 July 3rd, 17:10
Wow...nice! Looks like the main rainbow had a friend with him/her.
Did you zoom in on the main one at all? I'm curious as to if that would've produced a really cool or a really crappy image, too.
Thanks for sharing!
2007 July 4th, 03:15
The secondary rainbow always has its colours reversed. I'm sure someone with a better understanding of physics than I will be able to explain the reason.
No zooming with this video - I tried, but the focus didn't work.
2007 July 4th, 09:06
Nice, I wonder what if you could have catched it all with a wide angle ?
2007 July 4th, 09:17
With a wide angle lens, you'd have seen more of my window frames!
2007 July 4th, 11:37
Nice clip Worley! I love the colors the HV20 picked up from the rainbow. There is nothing you can't film with this camera.
2007 July 4th, 11:47
You can't film me. I won't appear. :eek: Really.
2007 July 4th, 12:37
Nice job Worley - a kind of surreal, other-wordly tone to the clip with that choice of music.
2007 July 4th, 13:23
The music was generated by Sony Cinescore. I wanted something ambient, reminiscent of the elements, and ethereal to fit in with the sinking sun. It's the first time Cinescore has perfectly fitted the mood for me (I probably don't tweak it enough; I need more practice).
2007 July 4th, 21:51
Yeah, that sucks...I should've known that zooming wouldn't have worked...darn.
See! You were a little critical of CineScore before...it fit the bill here nicely. (I can see how you also could've been WAY off, the program really is hit or miss).
2007 July 5th, 01:39
I use cinescore all the time, but as most of my video to date if the 'home movie' type (children, children, kids, children, and pets) there hasn't been much need to push Cinescore.
I like a lot of what it offers, but so far, only the Polkas have been much use. Once in a while I need something difference, and it does the job better than if I ploughed through my record collection to find a tune.
2007 July 5th, 06:20
If you want ambient or something really soft and slow, check out ''The Album Leaf'' the song ''Over the Pond'' is amazing:D
2007 July 5th, 21:23
Whoa that rainbow looks cool. Nice job Worley.
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