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    The Local Lightning Club gets together for a photoshoot

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    no link m8

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    Except for this one

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    Bit jerky but liked it, in between some zooms maybe a few steady shots or something.
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    Killed that link do to bandwith uploaded video to putfile.com
    http://media.putfile.com/grouppic

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    quet good

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    it was ok, i like that opening graphic.

    Some of the shots were a little choppy and some, of the graphics had no point but besides that, it was entertaining, and you got the point across.

    At one point you has a truck flying in space, and i know you used Ulead COOL 3D Production Studio, the problem was that, the windshield was cut out really badly, what you have to do is, open the picture in paint, and make it black then reopen the texture with the original.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moldytoaster
    it was ok, i like that opening graphic.

    Some of the shots were a little choppy and some, of the graphics had no point but besides that, it was entertaining, and you got the point across.

    At one point you has a truck flying in space, and i know you used Ulead COOL 3D Production Studio, the problem was that, the windshield was cut out really badly, what you have to do is, open the picture in paint, and make it black then reopen the texture with the original.
    ...and then set a TV on fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBadWimp
    ...and then set a TV on fire.....
    Ouch!

    (Sniggering)

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