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    In a radical departure from my usual videos, I present a family video. You gotta keep innovating. For this video I invested an enormous amount of time making it look and feel like an amateur home video. Right down to wobble cam.



    On a serious note, this was all filmed on an iphone/gopro, transferred, edited and uploaded shortly after filming. Technology is great.

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    I find the lack of reference to global warming makes this piece totally irrelevant to this post modern era.

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    Which plugin are you using for the wooble??? It´s perfect!! Vinyl record???


    She is soo cute that you will never be able to make a bad video with her!!

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    You had enough footage to keep even me interested

    Have you tried to apply some stabilization in post just to see how it comes out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXLRay View Post
    You had enough footage to keep even me interested

    Have you tried to apply some stabilization in post just to see how it comes out?
    I kinda liked the wobble cam, so only stabilised a few shots.

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    Nice job Mark!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters View Post
    I invested an enormous amount of time making it look and feel like an amateur home video.
    Wasted, Marc. The only thing that looked amateur in the whole video was the crossing the line at 0:11 (although I have to admit that was spectacularly amateur, so credit where credit is due).
    Lovely vid.
    Tim

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    It really needs more faults, out of focus, poor exposure (blackouts as well as white ) - and a few "ground shots" should be a start.
    Have to admit I didn't see much wobble, either.

    Happy faces and a lasting memento, too.
    Well done.

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