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    Questions, comments and feedback always invited.


  • #2
    Fantastic as always. Love your work

    What locations are in this video?
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    • #3
      Thanks. The location that looks kind of like a set with the curved walls was shot at the Disney concert hall in Downtown LA. The other locations included Rodeo Dr, Venice Beach, a Burbank recording studio, and a hotel room with a view in Century City.


      • #4
        Damn it Mr Fox!

        How is it that you always get to film beautiful women in skippy outfits in lovely, sun-drenched locations, while I'm stuck with making music videos for sweaty, male, ageing rock bands. It's simply not fair!

        Anyway, nice work as always - obviously, the singer is very beautiful so I think you'd have struggled to make her look bad, but I do really like choice of shots - especially the reflective background and balcony. The video has a very simple narrative to it, but it does its job very well and look very slick.

        Nice one, and again, you are one lucky MOFO!



        • #5
          Nice locations. What are the technical specs?


          • #6
            haha Thanks. Yeah, the video Im shooting in a month will try to have a stronger narrative arc. I'm learning each video.

            technical specs- canon t3i. The reflective wall enviornment first verse was shot using a kit 18-55mm. I learned if you want to make the shot more filmic, zoom in and frame at 28mm or 35mm.

            Dolly shots in the first verse were done by using a camera slider with a manfrotto joystick which allows me to move in directly without seeing the slider in the shot. Without it you can only move horizontally with a slider.

            The lens used in the last verse with the sunset background was a 50mm 1.8 lens. You have no choice using that lens with afternoon light. The 18-55mm doesn't open very far to let in more light so the images will be grainy. The 1.8 opens wide enough with some amateur lights to get a sharper image with minimal grain.


            • #7
              Very nice. Really liked the flow of the video, no harsh cuts.

              I enjoyed it.


              • #8
                Appreciate it!