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Quite excellent. I know Jerry from way back. Always cranks out some awesome work.
Nice concept and execution. The right music always makes a project that much easier to envision.
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Thanks Jason, you are so right.This is the second spot that I've done for the rescue mission - both relied heavily on the music and both were big hits.
Great spot. How was it done? Still images, video, green screen?How long did it take?thanks
i love this spot! wellllllll done.
Thank you all very much.It was all shot in a day basically. We have a CineAlta XDCAM HD Camera that can shoot time lapse. I mixed that with the slow-shutter feature on the camera to get the motion blur. There was no green screen work. The pictures were really there and the anchors were shot on location on a lock-down shot. After shooting their move, I had them step out of the shot and then shot the time lapse. I used Avid's AnniMatte Key to place the talent back over the time lapse shot. All the pans are digital.
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