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    damn Frank....this looks amazing! (didnt like the vignette thing up top though)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liam View Post
    They look as if they've been slowed down by 50% with FCP/CS6s Slow/Duration technique, and I'm just being honest, they aren't very appealing.
    That choppy slow motion was definitely deliberate. i love that look for some slow mo stuff. Gives it a haunting slightly picturesque/frozen in time feeling.
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    Yeah, don't like the Premiere slowmo too much ether - gonna redo it with Twixtor these days.
    Also the vignette need repair, just copy-paste correction settings over several scenes and totally forgot it was there.
    On the original uncompressed material and a production monitor it's very subtle, but on YT it stands out like a sore thumb.
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    The non-smoothed slow motion footage works fine. For the intent of a final video it would have gone on too long, but otherwise I've never disliked that kind of slow motion. Peter Jackson uses "twos" (1 image per two frames) real time clips in his films a lot actually which is another technique. I'm not sure I always agree with it but yeah.
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    That looks SO good Frank! Well done!
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    Added Andrew Julian's Drive Through Snow Canyon. Forgot about that one!

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    Just found this

    http://vimeo.com/52256670

    It's a comparison between F65, RED and BMCC. Pretty interesting results and conclusions. Thought it would be interesting to mention in this showcase thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnwonder View Post
    Just found this

    http://vimeo.com/52256670

    It's a comparison between F65, RED and BMCC. Pretty interesting results and conclusions. Thought it would be interesting to mention in this showcase thread.

    Yeah its not great really just some very graded footage and just very broad general commentary/commercial, really just another commercial from that production company that had the countdown to its pretty awful camera shoot out a few months ago.
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    I tried to refrain from saying this in an attempt to keep with the christmas spirit... but I just lack self control. That was the most pointless and utterly useless 'camera test' I've ever seen.
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    Just found this on youtube, I dont think I've come across it on here yet. A few shots seem to have a weird effect on her skin tones almost like a glow, but anytime I see some fresh footage I cant help but get giddy.
    http://youtu.be/wBg7K6gUD7o
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