Shot on Panasonic NV-GS-500
I watched the 1st 1 1/2 minutes. I thought it to repetitive to watch much more then that.. I did find it interesting that they missed as much as they did.. but much like this video you cant always hit your mark..
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Good picture quality. Seeing your firing range reminded me of past training.
To improve your film I would do the following;
Decide who your target audience is - your friends or us critics ? That's one for your friends I think.
Only use your best clips even if the film is only 1 minute long at the end. It didn't seem to have been edited much at all.
The music was too overpowering for me at the start.
I would have liked to hear what the weapons were, the ammunition etc and why you chose that gun?
Take close ups of the targets and cut between the aim, shot, strike, ejection
But most of all cut cut cut
Can only agree with the other comments.
A good test is to watch without sound.
I watched the first 3 mins, first up this clip is too long considering the content, seen one gun shooting seen them all.
To be honest I thought it was some drug deal caught on camera in the opening scenes.
What would have helped here is some over the shoulder shots and ECU (in focus) of shooting and the shooters faces..you also needed heaps more cut aways to keep it interesting.
And again I will bring out a old often used saying of mine. FACES ARE MORE INTERESTING THAN PLACES, and in this case GUNS. Sorry for shouting I am getting very tired repeating myself here on these forums.
Last edited by rollingstock; 09-25-2009 at 09:11 PM.
I know nothing about youtube, even less about video