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    Default We will be doing much more video work from now on, just started.

    We will be doing much more video work from now on, just started.

    Reduced in size for upload

    https://youtu.be/1wtU2qtFUOM
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    [QUOTE=JR1;216868]We will be doing much more video work from now on, just started.

    Reduced in size for upload


    https://youtu.be/P4TbQVpjb60

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    And better quality videos for Classic Cars magazine for whom I shoot stills

    This is a low quality sample (I video, Matt interviews) Matt is a reporter writing for Classic Cars Magazine

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGdZH3wZPZw

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR1 View Post
    And better quality videos for Classic Cars magazine for whom I shoot stills

    This is a low quality sample (I video, Matt interviews) Matt is a reporter writing for Classic Cars Magazine

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGdZH3wZPZw
    i'm into into cars but lost interest here within 1.30 ... sorry

    whats with the 240 upload to youtube .... people just wont put up with low quality uploads anymore...

    turn off the cameras auto exposure .33 seconds !

    editing, i think some j cuts would smooth out the cuts a bit !

    faster cuts, (do we need to see the mechanic unscrewing the nut all the way from the bolt @ 55 seconds)

    less zooming... whats going on at 1.15 !??

    your presenter is pretty good but a bit of background music would help with the flow

    you have the basic elements covered but it could have been a really good piece
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    Appreciated

    This was a test video not for posting, we were "testing the water"

    Will be doing it properly from April this year

    Matt wanted the shot of the chap working on the car, his idea blame him

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR1 View Post
    Matt wanted the shot of the chap working on the car, his idea blame him
    So show more shots of doing different things.
    Audiences don't want to watch a job all the way through.

    Film/TV scenario: People sitting in a living room, doorbell rings.
    Protagonist looks up in probable direction of door.
    Cut to door.opening.
    Wider shot showing the caller over the shot of teh protagonist who is holding the door open.

    My point being we do not see - and indeed it would be very boring to see - the protagonist get up out of his chair and walk across the room to the door. This is all implied and the audience is perfectly happy to accept that one action follows another and that time has been compressed.

    It is similar with the nut that enc refers to. if it is necessary to show the start and end, then do so, but cut away to another image or another angle immediately after it is loosened, then cut back as it comes to the end of its journey.

    These sorts f things will become second nature to you as you continue your own journey from photography to video.
    Tim

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