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    Default here it is...showcase for mens biblestudy class....

    alright... I was put in charge of this project back in sept. 2003.
    I found it...uploaded it to my site (about 38.9MB) it's 3:54min short.(almost 4min.) if you take the time to watch the whole thing make sure you check out the last 2 seconds of the clip

    this was in the days of Ulead video studio

    if you have the time to download....let me know what your thoughts are...

    I'm now trying to start a business in this area...keep in mind I did not know what I was doing when I put this together for the church.

    I have not edited anything since :cry:

    But will get into it fulltime by the end of the year (hopefully)

    thanks in advance for your comments and time!!

    http://www.tailormadetechnologies.co...ENMINISTRY.mpg
    (right-click link to download)

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    I had a quick look through it all first intro is nice. However you really must invest in some lights. Your making it look like the people involved have black holes in their head! (well you know what I mean) I dont want to be too critical as I usually find my self being much more so of others work when its not mine as I have all the excuses for mine as to why it is as it is Some of the transistions are a bit cheesy for me though!
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    Impressive editing, in my book. A powerful start with that punchy song, then the ‘talking heads’ followed at a good pace. And apart from the Christian message, there was a nice character to the whole piece.

    Enjoyed watching it. I agree with DV_Ed about the lighting, and you do need to drop those cheesy transitions.

    Overall, I think you handled this very well. Good luck.

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    Just to add you may not always need lights. A reflector will also do the job. Look in photographic places for some ideas. They are also much more portable than lights..
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    thanks!! just the kind of comments I'm looking for!!
    again..for not knowing what I was doing I thought it was alright.
    NOW...I'm learning Premiere Pro 1.5 and loving it!!! I can't wait to show you all my up and comming projects.
    I'll work on lighting...

    Thanks again for your comments, they are appreciated!!

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    Koolage:


    Nicely done but as others have already stated, lighting and transitions need some work. Even though we have so many wonderful transitions at our disposal, I have been very cautious on how I use them if at all. Sometimes too many is not a good thing.

    Couple of other notes... When the men gather around each other for prayer, it would have possibly been more effective to just let them gather and not quick clip as I call it. I hope I am explaining myself. Also, the music fade out and in needs to be softer and not so harsh an entry and exit. Great choice of music by the way as it really goes well with the message.

    I like what you did and got some good ideas for future projects here at our church. Thanks for sharing and wish you well. WELL DONE!

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    Thanks Scooter!

    you are just too nice

    I'm here to learn...so keep 'em coming!!!

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