So for video class(a joke, so little effort is put into that class), we had to make our own iPod commercial. so here is mine. i think you guy's should like it, its short and whatever, but gets to the point.
Im sure you will have tons of criticism for me, which i am open to, but remember, i am going to a major film school, and do know a lot about film, so please dont say something like "it should have been cut earlier" i would obviously know, i tried to make it somewhat long and short. im just saying dont stay stupid stuff.
since this is a critique...: i know where you are going after with the fast cuts. but i believe the abrupt fast cut intervals are too close together, giving the effect that the footage was damaged or whatnot. If you spaced out the cuts farther apart, i think youll get the effect you are after.
Originally posted by spiff325is@Apr 15 2005, 10:42 AM I want to become either Director of Photography(cinematographer) or a Director, but im leaning more towards the Director because it deals with every aspect of the film making process..
I got into Brooks Film Institute btw (top 3 film school in country).
what all have you had to do dan, because i'd like to do something like that, like what have you had to do in high school, i still got two years left.... btw i liked the commercial
it's cool, but too dragged out for the fast cuts. If you want to use fast cuts like that, the commercial should be like 15 seconds or so. The fast cuts make the audience think that they're going to see fast action, so when they see 15 seconds of a guy getting ready in the morning, you loose them almost immediately.
I'd do a new mix of that with just maybe 1/4 of the time and see how you cut it to fit that. how many one minute, eighteen second commercials do you see on TV?
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