Music Video I did for some clients on 42nd Street

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    • #44955
      OKAL_Ent
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      No pre-production work done (Very… un-organized clients?) Opinions?

      http://www.metacafe.com/watch/787361/time_square_hustlas_music_video/

    • #187588
      moglepro
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      Not bad man. Some constructive criticism: it could use more action, seems like it’s missing something. Maybe some moving shots of them in the BMW. For a rap vid about hustling there weren’t too many chicks in it, that could help. Maybe some break dancing? Or is that too 80’s? Could use some choreography and or some studio time with the main singers. I realize there was no pre-production work done. Overall it’s a pretty good vid man.

    • #187589
      OKAL_Ent
      Participant

      Nah you bring up some good points. I wish I could have done the moving shot in the car but… eh, we’re lucky we got the car period, lol.

      The chicks was sorta their responsibility, lol. They did the best they could though.

      And breakdancing… very 80’s, lol. But thanks for the comments! Anything else?

    • #187590
      moglepro
      Participant

      Probably the lack of a foxy lady is the main part missing. That would really keep it much more interesting for the average rap vid viewer. Maybe film in 24 fps? Also, it would be good if it told some kind of story somehow. If it’s just a bunch of guys rapping in a group, people will lose interest pretty easily. It might have been cool if they were walking down the street to some kind of event. I dunno, just ideas.

    • #187591
      OKAL_Ent
      Participant

      What effect would filming in 24 FPS have?

    • #187592
      moglepro
      Participant

      It would give it more of a feature film look and take away some of the home video style (although it’s not super evident here). Also, I’ve read softening up the footage can help give it this look as well.

    • #187593
      OKAL_Ent
      Participant

      I hope there’s a way to handle the FPS on my cam.. if there isn’t, is there hope?

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