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2 comments on “Entry 120”

  1. Loads to like here. Good drone work, excellent gimbal and straight verticals! Some really lovely imagery. Like the extra sound fx of water / fire etc. Great close-ups. However, I'm not sure I got a full impression of just how cool this house is. It's huge and really well equipped and the video is overrun, to my eye, in too many mid shots. I would like to see more and longer big wides to show the viewer the key areas and all their amazing space / light. Once that's sorted then by all means add close-ups and the occasional mid shot (good for connecting shots - corridors etc). I would also try a wider lens if possible too for the wide angles. I know we read a lot on here about closer is better and to avoid BFWA shots but here I could use some more width.

  2. Agree with Hamish comments. Some amazing shots. Love the lower angles and the vertical and composition is excellent. I was pulled in immediately. So well done on the appeal. Loved the music and edits. Again, great work. Things I didn't like - It's a huge home but you don't have to show every room. I'm sure you didn't but I felt the interior just kept going on and on. Once you establish the quality of the home, just so the really important rooms. And yes, a few wider shots would help. I also didn't like those odd transitions blur?? All said, it's a great video.

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