2009 March 31st, 18:12
Restaurant Footage - DIY 35mm Adapter
Just shot some footage and looking for feedback.
The music is far too quiet, sorry
Canon Hv20, 35mm DoF Adapter, Manfrotto 701 RC2 Tripod Video Head.
[ame="http://www.vimeo.com/3888922"]Dockside Grill - Sidney BC, Canada on Vimeo[/ame]
2009 March 31st, 19:42
The music doesn't seem to fit this film. Maybe increase the volume and find another song.
2009 March 31st, 20:24
Good footage, technically sound
Hoping we will see some great film and content coming from these exciting technical shots. I like the music, and the drama in one of your face shots too. You must have a story to tell, so please share it with us.
Thanks! University classes of this semester finish Friday, and I'll be starting a short this weekend. I'll finally have time to use all the equipment I've accumulated, DIY 35mm Adapter, DIY Track Dolly, DIY Steady Cam, Rode Videomic, External Monitor... can't wait.
Originally Posted by IanB
Try to find a narrative on your footage. Pan focus of flower and bar doesn't work because they're too far from the camera.
Originally Posted by Stefan
I'd have started with an establishing shot of the restaurant, then some mid or closeups shots.
Most of the shots start panning but they end nowhere, try not to focus on camera movement, but on static shots and more narrative
You've got some beautiful light in a beautiful location. Camerawork was a little shaky, but the light and color in this was amazing. I'd die to film something in a place like that. Permissions and insurance are ridiculous here in NYC...
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