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    Default Expendable Bronco II

    We got this Ford Bronco II really cheap. and decided to have a little fun with it.

    http://www.boredom-induced.com/vids/bronco2.wmv

    (High quality .wmv, PLEASE, Right click>Save As.)
    Size: 15mb
    Length: 3:12min.
    Format: .wmv 756kbs

    Please, let us know what you think!

    b.j.

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    Very "jackass" :-P

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    Yea, that's a pretty obvious observation. Any comments/praises/constructive critizism on the Editing?

    b.j.

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    I'd definitaley lose the vignetting caused by your wide angle lens.

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    "vignetting" What is that exactly?

    b.j.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boredominduced
    Yea, that's a pretty obvious observation.
    'spose it is really... anyway, one good thing is that the editing is kept nice and tight, there isn't really any filler in it, no time to get bored. Think the fisheye effect is a bit overused though.

    So what did you do with the car afterwards?

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    Its the dark edges that appear on some of your shots - it's because of the (usually) smaller size of your wide angle lens...

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    We usually call up a guy who pays 25$ for junker cars to come pick up our vehicular corpses.

    As for the fisheye. I figured it suited this kind of filming well. It's just so much easier to get everything you want into frame with a lens like that!.

    Anywho, thanks for the comments. I'm gunna try to stick around, as this place does tell you more than just "good job" or "that sucks", and could probably help improve my editing.

    b.j.

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    I enjoyed it. Editing was nice. And Nine Inch Nails rocks.

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    Default Re: Rad

    Quote Originally Posted by StevenBogda
    And Nine Inch Nails rocks.
    I noticed that too. Although that song is way over a decade old. And that makes me feel ancient

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