My Demo Reel…is there any shakiness

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      Avatarimbatman49
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      I wanted to get people’s opinion on my demo reel and if it looks professional, in which this was done with a Canon T2i DSLR? (except for the movie) Also, for a special effect, or motion graphics demo reel, would create it the same way?

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    Avatardoublehamm
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    Where is it?

  • #201701
    Avatarimbatman49
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    Whoops, sorry about that…here it is…

  • #201702
    Avatarvid-e-o-man
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    batman, lots of interesting shots, possibly adding some of the audio from some of those shots might ‘spice’ it up a little. I found myself trying to read lips as I watched. I think that larger font for your name, logo, etc. would help put you in the viewer’s mind a little better. Overall good job. Keep shooting.

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    Avatarbirdcat
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    I watched specifically not looking for shakiness but as I normally would view a video and did not notice anything, so I’d say you’re good to go.

    If you are worried about shakiness in general (as I am due to my Parkinson’s) you can get some tools such as ProDad’s Mercalli 2 or NewBlue’s Stabilizer Pro – I have and use both and they work well.

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