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Re: First crack at making a movie - Marlborough Tops Trip
Reply #15 - Jan 20th, 2017 at 10:29am
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Hey Matt, you drove off at the end and left your camera behind mate!!  Cheesy

Loved the hind with fawn (very intimate  Shocked) and the cloud movements along with other landscape/fauna shots. Nice.

Agree with Baz re. shortening up some segments and a bit of background music adds effect IMO . . . but not a music video aye!

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Re: First crack at making a movie - Marlborough Tops Trip
Reply #16 - Jan 21st, 2017 at 1:38am
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Nice first effort. I agree with the feedback that you did linger on some clips for too long.   Also rather than doing static landscape, it is normally more interesting to watch when the camera is moving. So smoothly rotate your camera on your tripod.

You would need a very expensive camcorder to get better film quality than a dSLR...
  
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