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  1. #1 Music Video shot with Pocket 
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    Hi, just posting a rough cut to a music video we shot on the pocket cam

    https://vimeo.com/103962103
    password: water

    Gear as follows:
    BMPCC
    14mm Lumix
    35mm Sony Alpha

    Graded on Film Convert

    Thanks for watching!
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    That was solid man, great work!
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    Looks like you had IR pollution in the image?!?
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    Superb effort. A lot of work there and great to have a story to tell. Interesting to watch from the opening and throughout the video. One suggestion: the young man in the final shot doesn't have the right expression and I think you should just omit that shot; quickly fade to black when he is covering his mother on the sofa.
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    Real nice! Can you tell us where you used the Sony? Sony A7s? Also which camera on the quadcopter?
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    Thanks for watching - should've been more detailed with gear. We used the pocket camera with a Sony 35mm 1.8 lens (kipon adapter) and a 14mm lumix lens.

    The quad copter was used with a GoPro Hero 3 Black+

    I'm aware of the IR glare that pops up, we didn't have the correct ND filter unfortunately - if you know any good work arounds in post I would be keen to get more details..

    Cheers,
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    Great job, really liked it! Was it a deliberate decision to just go with 2 lenses? I often say "the next project, IŽll just use the Samyang 35mm" but always cop out and use zooms or more than that one lens.
    And no IS on the lenses, right? How does your rig look like to get stable shots? Or did you stabilize in post...?
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    We had a choice of 4 lenses, but the 14 and 35 covered the basis we needed. In terms of stabilization we used the Merlin Steadicam - works a real treat (especially with the DOP who was operating it for the second time).

    Thanks for watching!
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    I like!

    Want to see more of your work.

    You can see the time everyone involved in this project put into this.

    As a Colombian with certain insight into the subject matter(and I am not referring to water); I thought it was interesting to see the impact of Adams Smith supply and demand theory from a different socio-economic dimension then the one I've been exposed to and more familiar with.

    Sharp story telling.

    Sincerely,

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    Very nice well done.

    You could try Captain Hook's IR cut lut for the contamination (it's included in his lut pack):

    http://www.captainhook.co.nz/blackma...ma-camera-lut/
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