Thursday, September 29, 2011

3 Clips Let Me Project a Little

Hey All,

Shot this a little while ago. Love the look. Reminds me of J.J. Abrams most recent movie Super 8.

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Enjoy! Happy Downloading!


These videos were shot using a Canon EOS Rebel T2i and a Sigma 24mm f/1.8 EX DG Macro Lens




15 comments:

  1. i like ur clip...very nice and very helpfull..thnk u very much

    ~nir, Malaysia-

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    1. No Problem, Glad to help! Thanks for commenting.

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  2. Merci mec.
    Thanks. Took the first one for my site @ nobjet.com. Will be soon integrated in home page as background video, as seen in http://tympanus.net/Tutorials/BigVideoSlideshow/.
    Nice from you to share.
    N., Paris

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  3. Absolutely brilliant. Thank you

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  4. Cool, I need some shots like this for a low-budget music video I'm planning! I'll try and let you know if I do use any of them. I managed to get access to a 16mm camera but finding a projector I can film has been impossible.

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  5. Many thanks for your generosity in allowing me to download and use your works. I have tagged all of them with your Blogspot ID so I can credit you if/when I use one or more of your clips in my comps... would then post a URL link to you containing any of your footage.Cheers... Tony :)

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  6. thank you so much for your generosity!

    - grateful student from new zealand

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  7. Thank you so much for sharing these clips! I'm working on a documentary that will be released within the next few months and although we set out to acquire a lot of our own B-roll, the footage I've found here is truly inspiring and will help make our documentary look amazing! :) You have a great eye. Thanks again!

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  8. hello

    i have a problem using your clips in fcp7 i keep getting a general error message (which i read means bad/incompatible media in the existing project)
    any ideas?

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    1. I've updated the page to include a PhotoJPEG file of the clip "Film Strip". That file should work better with FCP7. For some reason, Final Cut dislikes H264 files.

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  9. I'm using this in my Kickstarter video. Perfect for the first segment. http://bitly.com/f-n-t

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  10. Hey! So grateful for your videos. Truly, quality content! Used some of your clips for this piece here: https://vimeo.com/141682206

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  11. Thank you very much for that projector film. Perfect for the trailer I am making for an am dram production of "Frame 312". I'll credit you in the Youtube info.

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