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Uploaded on Nov 29, 2010

My friends and I made this short film for my film school applications due in Fall 2010. Since I intend to focus on cinematography, I used this short more as a technical exercise of sorts to see what I can do with lighting and camera work and give us all some more experience. It ended up teaching me much about the whole filmmaking process as well! We had a great time shooting it - it took us two and a half days from the first setup of the first shot to the first DVD export of the edit you see here. I intend to return to this later to clean up some of the sound and editing.

Gear: I only had a my 20mm f/2.8, 50mm f/1.4, and a rented 100mm f/2.8 macro IS lens in terms of glass and my manfrotto tripod with a mini gear head for stabilization. The one dolly shot took place on a skateboard. I edited and color graded the footage in Adobe Premiere CS5.

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