Capture your moments latest, two trailers, one hv40 one 60d...
Two trailers from past couple weeks, one shot all 60d one shot all hv40s and hfg10... you tell me...?
60d 17-50 tamron vc, 50mm 1.8, 100mm f2, sigma 30mm 1.4, cinema profile
hv40 tv mode, 25p, shutter 50, manual exposure..
slight touch up on both
I like the trailers but for some reason the second trailer with the sound track appeals to me more. Guess its that biased wanting to hear some music thing. Like the way you were up close to the carriages as well.
That said the slider shots in the first trailer were also nice. So which sots were by the hv40 and how did you match the color to the canon 60d in color correction? Did you use the no grain/exposure lock in the tv mode? how did it fair under the lighting conditions?
Good job, i see you vary your style sometimes with soundtrack and voice over.
thanks Studio... the second one is all 60d apart from the isle entrance and exit...I am now concentrating in very close up shots if possible as the surroundings are harsh sometimes? (rough city rough decoor) i get bored so i mix voice overs then every now and then i just use decent music and let it flow, let the footage tell the story...The 60d for sure matches the hv40 nearly to a tee with the cinema profile on the dslr, the hv40 was 25p tv mode 50 shutter, AWB, colour correction was touch up with colour fixer pro in new blue v essentials with slight adjustments in brights and sats, trouble with dslr sometimes you get a bad colour shift in church or where the lights change inside houses making the girls or peoples face slightly over saturated.Also the voice over or soundtrack it depends on the speeches wether they are good enough and because of so many accents in England the speech is crucial that its ok and decent...some speeches they just get up and say thanks for coming bye. some wanty to tell a story about the b+g some don t. so if ita a good speech you can then work the footage and music around the speech...steve