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  • mark williams
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    Originally posted by Barry C View Post
    Just got a chance to watch it, as I've been on the road. Great camera work, great editing and post, and the perfect musical score to tie it all together. A very nice film, Mark!!
    Thanks Barry, I am glad that you enjoyed it.

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  • Barry C
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    Just got a chance to watch it, as I've been on the road. Great camera work, great editing and post, and the perfect musical score to tie it all together. A very nice film, Mark!!

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  • mark williams
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    Originally posted by Bassman View Post
    Mark, I think this was your best one yet. Thanks for sharing.
    Thank you very much.

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  • Bassman
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    Thanks for sharing Surfer. Nice camera work and image from the old 5D MKII.

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  • Bassman
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    Mark, I think this was your best one yet. Thanks for sharing.

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  • mark williams
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    Thanks Jerry. I am learning about HDR.

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by mark williams View Post
    I spent a couple of days exploring Sarah's Creek which is located near Clayton, GA in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Needed some time to decompress. Best viewed in 2K or 4k if your monitor supports it.

    https://vimeo.com/277114770

    https://youtu.be/b8-Pr1EFZ54
    Just watched this on my 4K tv. Looked really good Mark....as usuall. Now it's time to start considering HDR.

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  • surfer77
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    CASEVAC

    Title: CASEVAC

    https://vimeo.com/222664063

    Edius 8.51
    Audio 100% + freesounds

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  • mark williams
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    Latest Project for Fun

    I spent a couple of days exploring Sarah's Creek which is located near Clayton, GA in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Needed some time to decompress. Best viewed in 2K or 4k if your monitor supports it.

    https://vimeo.com/277114770

    https://youtu.be/b8-Pr1EFZ54
    Last edited by mark williams; 06-27-2018, 10:17 PM.

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  • PaulWM
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    GH5

    I've already started my list of possible HMC151 replacements and the GH5 is top of it!

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  • Bassman
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    Yes, I liked my HMC150. It was such an easy camera to use. I know what you are saying. You would like a larger sensor camcorder while keeping the same size of the HMC150. I agree, that would be a great tool. But if you are considering a more DSLR type, I can't say enough about the GH5 with the XLR audio unit accessory. Anyway, good luck with your filming and choice!

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  • PaulWM
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    Thanks Bassman

    Yes! I want to try and find the finance next year to replace my ageing Panny. I really loved working with this camcorder and it never once let me down. Nearer the time I will see what is out there that has bigger sensors 4k and is affordable yet not too big/clumsy!

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  • Bassman
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    Thanks for sharing. A lot of nice shots for "not being trained" etc... :) One suggestion - Do yourself a favor and treat yourself to a bigger sensor. It will help with subject separation in a lot of shots. This will also raise the impression of your work. If it is a financial possibility.

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  • PaulWM
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    Micro budget drama

    I'm not trained in any of the film making crafts but here's a link to a micro budget film that I made:

    https://youtu.be/o1EXgQOQPds

    I shot this on a second hand Panasonic HMC151 and it came with Neo 2.5 which I later upgraded. It took years to create because I work full time so my future projects will only ever be shorts!

    Paul

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  • Tobe
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    Latest performance art video

    Along with my documentary work, I have been collaborating with noted performance artist Linda Mary Montano for twenty years. Here's our latest effort as posted to YouTube:
    https://youtu.be/ySEXmr2Yhqo

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