My first “serious” video. I’d love some feedback

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    • #49811
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Hey guys,

      I recently downloaded adobe premiere pro on a trial basis and I wanted to make a music video of the bellagio las vegas botanical gardens. I’m a total novice and video editing and production but I did put a lot of time into this and I’d like to get some feedback. I think its pretty cool but I don’t know if others would be bored by it… Let me know, and please thumbs up on youtube if you have an account and you like it! Thank you!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XO7VdE_3XTM

    • #203764
      AvatarEvanG
      Participant

      That was lovely. I really enjoyed it. Well edited, well shot.

      EvanG

    • #203765
      Avatarcfxcorp
      Participant

      Very nice. Consider transitioning from daylight to night, following a typical business day schedule. — Or, maybe they are open all night?

      Kind of abrupt ending – maybe transition to a slow-motion effectof the that last clip to coincide with the end of the music.

      What? No credit for you! Or, did I miss that somewhere?

    • #203766
      Avatardesigncbts
      Participant

      Nice work. Beware of the copyright YouTube police, though. I’m guessing you don’t have permission from Massive Attack to use their music? That said, I liked the way you timed your cuts.

      I might have gotten more shots of people hugging, holding hands, just obviously enjoying the scenery – with said scenery in the background.

      Keep it up!

    • #203767
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Hi Robert, I am no expert so it is just the view of an ordinary chap. I think the shots are great as is the way the video is put together. I did not enjoy the music, just no connection at all with the subject but I am old. Like the last chap Ed commented, perhaps some human input such as close ups of people enjoying the flowers and views. All in all though I enjoyed it and was certainly not bored! Well done and thank you.

    • #203768
      AvatarAnonymous
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      What did you shoot this on? You got some great colors out of the flowers.

      This looks good. Is this for a commercial, or just demo reel material?

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    • #203769
      AvatarJennifer O’Rourke
      Inactive

      Pretty video, Robert… pacing was nice and your edits to the beat were good. Watch the horizon a little better on the wide shots, it looks like you’re tipping the camera to the right a bit. (A real common problem many shooters have.)

      I would change the last shot to something that had no people in it… it appeared to me like you were zooming into a closeup of the flowers but the people walking by made me think maybe you were going to show them, instead. Remember to have a purpose with a shot that zooms in – are you going to that flower, or that person or that light…? Decide before you hit record then follow through with it.

      I think it was very nicely done over all. The music had a nice lilting touch to the beauty of the garden – both the video and music made me want to go there.

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