New Short: Frisbee

Discussion in 'Fan Films, Fan Audio & SciFi 3D' started by ElectroFilms, Sep 18, 2011.

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  1. ElectroFilms Jedi Knight

    Member Since:
    Apr 13, 2007
    star 3
    New short Frisbee. (for those not on my facebook)
    This was shot by a crew of 2 in 2 hours. More experimental than anything as it was filmed for my video production class.
    Our given location was 'on campus' and our prop was a frisbee.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihCf52SxoSE

    Critiques welcome an appreciated.


    -Justin
  2. Cramer Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    Jan 18, 2004
    star 4
    Fun. I liked where you went with it, some of the shots were composed a little off, but I see what you were trying to get at. Were you wearing microphones?
  3. ElectroFilms Jedi Knight

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    Apr 13, 2007
    star 3
    Thanks! Yes, composition was a bit quick and dirty. I was behind the camera only half of the time--with no real time for pick ups. If the 1st shot was poorly composed, then I just tried to match the reverse shot for the pure sake of continuity.
    We'll have more than 2 hours to shoot next project.

    To answer your question, we used a shotgun mic mounted on the camera. I had my wireless lav mics with me, but I'm not sure how well they would have served us with the jumping and rolling.
  4. VaporTrail Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    May 19, 2002
    star 6
    That was short 'n sweet. I like little films like this that are to the point.
    The flying frisbee shot looked really good. Only shot I really didn't care for was your break-dancing with the obvious pan/scan. Your moves were fine. :p

  5. ResisterOfEvil Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 29, 2007
    star 1
    Good job! I liked the part where you had four shots at once on screen changing with the music, made it exiting. Keep it up.
  6. ElectroFilms Jedi Knight

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    Apr 13, 2007
    star 3
    Thanks for watching. I answered you question on Youtube, that I edited everything right in after effects.
    It just seems like a much more efficient 'pipeline' (or lack of one) for me.
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