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  • #370540

    LegoShark
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    Test for Panning, Manual focus, and Punching.

    http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Sharkjaw24/Tests/cop_test.mov

    #370612

    EdibleDoorKnob
    Participant

    I thought the panning was spot on. One thing I did noticed was that you have a hair stuck to one of your bricks and it was protruding out onto your set. It distracted me. Besides that, nice job.

    #370625

    Leonardo812
    Participant

    Gotta disagree about the panning. There were some camera bumps as it went along. The punch was pretty good.

    #370644

    si665
    Participant

    Sets, clarity/focus of the shot were amazing, The dolly shot was nice, as Leonardo812 said the zoom in had a big bump in it.

    But that can be fixed next time.

    Was that a QC9000 ?

    Lovely stuff

    #370705

    LegoShark
    Participant

    “si665” wrote: Was that a QC9000 ?

    No, and a lot of people have said that, too. I am using a Canon HV20, and I finnaly figured out the manual focus, so I did a test with it. doing it manually is a bit harder, but the image quality is better that with Iinstnt Auto Focus, which I used for my previous films. Notice that the backgrounds are normally out of focus in my other films. I have fianally solved the problem, with the help of some guy named Jerry.

    #370836

    Droid
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    “LegoShark” wrote: No, and a lot of people have said that, too. I am using a Canon HV20…

    Ahh…Nice, I’m using a QC4K in case you’re worried about the film… :wink

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