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    Great clip and good edit, nice idea with the mirror at 01:34!
    What i miss is a little move, with a slider or jib...
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    Great work. Love the close-ups on the salesman.
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    Thanks for the positives. And the negatives. I only have a small slider, and that won't support the weight of the EPIC. Not in a fluid movement anyway. I only posted the vid so you guys know what can be done in camera in two hours with two flat panels of neon lighting. I really appreciate all your feedback though. Its great to get some.
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    Thanks Peter. A more robust slider is next. I've just got to get that past my wife; who's a little jaded on my camera purchases. ;-)
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    Thanks Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Lee View Post
    Very nice work. LOVE that Canon 100! Keep it up!
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    very nice.. sick car!
    Quote Originally Posted by Demetri Zuev View Post
    So it's REDColor2/REDGamma2 straight out of the camera?
    Yep Demetri. Nothing touched. Almost all of it shot at 320 ISO. I reckon 800 gets a bit noisy. Not the camera's fault. My expectations. The EPIC sees what the human eye does. At least that's my take on it at the moment but I'm hardly a technical DP. I shoot more from a raw heart. That's raw not RAW.
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    What a great look! Awesome job.
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    really nice !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett Clements View Post
    Thanks for the positives. And the negatives. I only have a small slider, and that won't support the weight of the EPIC. Not in a fluid movement anyway. I only posted the vid so you guys know what can be done in camera in two hours with two flat panels of neon lighting. I really appreciate all your feedback though. Its great to get some.
    In my opinion, sliders and dolly moves have been a bit abused over the past few years as everyone seems to have one, especially with all of the DIY and entry level ones available. There are times when they are very effective and a good choice, but I don't mind seeing locked off shots that are well composed too. Sometimes that can be just as effective.

    All I know is that I wanted this car after watching the video. :-)
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    I agree with you bro.
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