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  • Originally posted by Barry C View Post
    Mark, yep Fluidscape! Sounds like you and I go fishing in the same waters for music. I spent a couple hours on a few of the pay royalty music sites I sometimes use, but kept coming back to Fluidscape. It seemed to work best and it's free. I like free!
    Yes, free is great. I have used a lot of Kevin MacLeod's music over the years. He is very talented.
    Mark Williams
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    • Enjoyed it Barry. The music fit very well. Cozumel is special to me as I have had many dives there back in my cruise ship days. Beautiful.
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      • Finally gave in and bought a drone

        Having decided a few years ago that the world of drones was not for me, I finally succumbed and bought a Parrot Anafi.
        Now I am finding that this new view on the world around me gives me footage that helps spice-up my normal EDIUS edited videos of Japan.
        Here are two of my first attempts at integrating the Anafi shots into projects in EDIUS.
        (I list both the Vimeo and the YouTube urls - choose the platform you prefer)

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        Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.


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        Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.


        Regards
        Douglas
        Creator of Video Tutorials for mere mortals at https://www.gaijin-eyes.com

        Main System: EDIUS WG 9, Asustek Intel Z370, i7-8700K @ 3.70GHz, 32GB RAM, GTX-1080Ti, BMD Intensity Pro 4K, Windows 10 Pro

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        • Drones are great! I wish I had a reason to buy one.
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          • Originally posted by Barry C View Post
            For those of you who like underwater films, I just completed this 14 minute 2D version of a film shot on the reefs off Cozumel Mexico in July. It was shot in native 3D and will be used as part of a 3D film I've been commissioned to make for a new 3D theater being built there. It was shot at mostly 2.7K and upscaled to 4K.

            https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=567vaK3BKbo
            Hi Barry,

            Awesome.

            Cheers,
            Dave.

            "There's only one thing more powerful than knowledge. The free sharing of it"


            If you don't know the difference between Azimuth and Asimov, then either your tapes sound bad and your Robot is very dangerous. Kill all humans...... Or your tape deck won't harm a human, and your Robot's tracking and stereo imagining is spot on.

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            • Beautiful, Barry. Indeed. I just shot some underwater in the Bahamas, which were not nearly as gorgeous as your presentation. Kudos all the way.
              Best regards,
              Alan
              Alan J. Levi
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              • Last of Fall Color

                Not the best autumn color in the south U.S. this year. But, nevertheless I traveled to the Prentice Cooper Forest in Tennessee to explore Middle Creek. Shot using a Panasonic GH5 camera and the following lenses: Panasonic 12-60, 45-175, and Olympus 60mm macro as well as 75-300. Other equipment used was a Benro S-6 tripod, Tascam DR-40 audio recorder and Rhino Slider V1 carbon. Edited with Edius 8 Work Group. Best viewed in 2K or 4K.

                https://vimeo.com/299990318

                https://youtu.be/uKV-Qml-zdE
                Last edited by mark williams; 11-12-2018, 02:27 PM.
                Mark Williams
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                http://www.pond5.com/artist/mark29
                Edius 8 WG, i7 6700K, Asus 170-A mobo, 16 GB Ram, System 960 Evo M.2, Video multiple 850 Evo SSDs, Shadow Rock Slim cpu cooler, On board graphics, Corsair 400c case, HD Spark, Windows 10, Panasonic GH6

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                • Mark,
                  Nowadays your videos just get better and better. This, in my eyes, is one of your best yet.
                  About 6 years ago, when I began watching your works, I was beginning to feel that one river looked very much like another. Then I noticed that subtle variations and new points of interest began to appear in your compositions.
                  It is interesting to follow your creative evolution from very good to superlative.
                  I am enjoying this one and looking forward to your next!
                  Regards
                  Douglas
                  Creator of Video Tutorials for mere mortals at https://www.gaijin-eyes.com

                  Main System: EDIUS WG 9, Asustek Intel Z370, i7-8700K @ 3.70GHz, 32GB RAM, GTX-1080Ti, BMD Intensity Pro 4K, Windows 10 Pro

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                  • Douglas, thanks for the thoughtful comment. My goal has always been to make someone feel like they are there in my videos. It is nice to hear that I am getting there.
                    Mark Williams
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                    http://www.pond5.com/artist/mark29
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                    • Mark
                      You have an eye for beauty,the skills to capture it,and the kindness to share it with us.
                      One thing : You live in a beautiful part of the world !
                      But nice work,love to watch it.
                      Edd
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                        Originally posted by Barry C View Post
                        For those of you who like underwater films, I just completed this 14 minute 2D version of a film shot on the reefs off Cozumel Mexico in July. It was shot in native 3D and will be used as part of a 3D film I've been commissioned to make for a new 3D theater being built there. It was shot at mostly 2.7K and upscaled to 4K.

                        https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=567vaK3BKbo
                        Hi Barry, first off it looks very good.

                        Have you considered shooting with lights to reduce the blue hue on the main subject and to actually have yellow tails with yellow tails? It's either lights or at depth white balancing and sometimes both. Doing it in post is either hit or miss depending on the colors available.
                        The lights also make the image 'pop' a bit more and will give you more color information with which to work when grading.

                        Here's an example of lights vs no lights. The shot is from a Sony FX1 and it isn't perfect, but it is just an example. A newer camera with lights and HDR would make it amazing.
                        Lobster1.jpgBarry Lobster.jpg

                        These are not criticisms, only suggestions.
                        Last edited by Jerry; 11-16-2018, 05:57 PM.
                        Jerry
                        Six Gill DV
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                        If you own the Tutorials and you need help, PM me.

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                        • Originally posted by Jerry View Post
                          It

                          Hi Barry, first off it looks very good.

                          Have you considered shooting with lights to reduce the blue hue on the main subject and to actually have yellow tails with yellow tails? It's either lights or at depth white balancing and sometimes both. Doing it in post is either hit or miss depending on the colors available.
                          The lights also make the image 'pop' a bit more and will give you more color information with which to work when grading.

                          Here's an example of lights vs no lights. The shot is from a Sony FX1 and it isn't perfect, but it is just an example. A newer camera with lights and HDR would make it amazing.
                          [ATTACH]19776[/ATTACH][ATTACH]19775[/ATTACH]

                          These are not criticisms, only suggestions.
                          Hi Jerry, back in the late 80s, I used to use lights- of course in those days, they were MUCH heavier and less efficient than they are today. About 5 years ago, I came to the conclusion that underwater red filter technology had gotten so good that I would only use them from then on. The reason why I like red filters much better than lights is that they offer far superior color coverage area to external lights. While lights are probably good for a maximum of 6' or so, with red filters, I can often get color out to maybe 20' or so and over a much wider area. Also, I prefer the look to the relatively narrow and somewhat stark contrasty look from artificial lights. It just seems more natural to me. This is not to say that I don't like the look that others get using artificial light, it's just not for me anymore.
                          Regards,
                          Barry
                          Last edited by Barry C; 11-17-2018, 02:57 AM.
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                          • Mark,

                            I agree, this is the best one yet. The images are always nice but the music and editing along with the shot selection really worked well for me.

                            Great work and thanks for sharing!
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                            • Thanks Tim and Eddy for the positive comments. It is reassuring to hear that I haven't gotten stagnate and my skill set is improving.
                              Last edited by mark williams; 11-18-2018, 05:10 PM.
                              Mark Williams
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                              http://www.pond5.com/artist/mark29
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                              • Lovely video Mark. Nice to see such beautiful images from the GH5.
                                Ron Evans

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