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    critique please.


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    Good job Sean, I like your technique as you kept my interest all the way through (and I ain't no bboy) You've obviously done this style of video before. One point I would make that would improve your videos is the sound. If you can get your hands on a good microphone and learn how to use it. You would have a more professional result.

    At the moment you seem to be able to get good comments and make the people you interview feel comfortable in front of the camera. This is an art in it's self, so well done.

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    Hi Sean

    Thanks for posting your video. Never in a million years would I go out and look for a film on break dancing, however boy am I glad I watched yours. I really learnt something about the sport and the people who participate in it.

    Just the right mix of interview and action for my taste. I enjoyed the quick clip of the star wars guys set to the chords of star wars, then back to the project.

    I didn't like as much the feather effect you applied to the opening clips of the film. When you used the split screen of the decks, the high level of movement on the left side jarred a little against the right the first time I watched it, but looked better on the second viewing.

    I really liked the ending, your use of the multiple screens was great. A really good effort of which you can be proud.

    Shrimpy

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    i changed the beginning a lot, you guys think this is better?
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    Hi Sean

    I think that the changed start is a significant improvement. Now I don't know why I didn't mention it before but the only thing I don't like is the push up transitions between various clips. I would use straight cuts but then again your choice may be more in keeping with what normally features in this type of film. The push up transition is fast but to me it makes it look like a glitch in the video.

    You really do have a terrific little film there though. Well done.

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