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  1. #1 Music video shot on a RED ONE mx 
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    Turned out pretty good considering the circumstances. Let me know if you have any questions.
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    Nice work! Wich lenses did you use?
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    Thanks, just one lens, canon 24mm 1.4
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    Good job
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    I don't know. Color grade is drab and bland in many places and many shots mismatch color wise in a way that does not look deliberate, video overall doesn't really evoke the lyric, many shots are just of nothing, many shots are purely random and have nothing to do with the song or the concept (so you have a timelapse slider - what's that got to do with the song?), edit doesn't "dance to the music", locations in early shots look purely randomly chosen/do not evoke anything/look like laziness on your part, edit has many shost that are way too long and always almost exactly the same (pink room) I think you should work harder on the concept next time and the pre-prod, even in a no-budget situation.

    Generally you have to work much harder and much longer hours on every aspect of the production if you want any hope of moving up to more mainstream clients with $$$

    I say this because I get the feeling you actually have the ability, you're just way to easy-going with yourself.
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