Hong Kong stop-over: a short movie

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jazzroy1972
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Hong Kong stop-over: a short movie
Mar 9, 2013

A short movie shot during two stop-over of 6 hours that I had in the trips to and from Thailand.

You can watch the movie and read about this experience on my blog:

Hong Kong stop-over

or directly on youtube:

http://youtu.be/Tcygrby9xJE

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In reply to jazzroy1972, Mar 9, 2013

jazzroy1972 wrote:

A short movie shot during two stop-over of 6 hours that I had in the trips to and from Thailand.

You can watch the movie and read about this experience on my blog:

Hong Kong stop-over

or directly on youtube:

http://youtu.be/Tcygrby9xJE

Really enjoyed your movies.  Brings back memories of living in Asia.   Sure miss being there!!  Thanks for Sharing.

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Fantastic little short film! I'm trying to get more into taking clips to compile together myself. Can you tell me what settings you were using when you first shot your videos (1080p/60fps? Which colour profile etc.)

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In reply to jazzroy1972, Mar 9, 2013

wow, when I was watching I was imagining you carrying a small tripod and setting it up like in front of the apple store and the mall. I had no idea it was hand held until I read your blog.

The only thing that stood out is that a lot of the scene was too dark. Never been to HK but it's probably just not California where it's always sunny here.

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In reply to squirrelyfox, Mar 9, 2013

squirrelyfox wrote:

Can you tell me what settings you were using when you first shot your videos (1080p/60fps? Which colour profile etc.)

Thanks for the feedback.

I set my Nex on 25p (30p for you) because at double rate the compression artifacts are much more evident.

Creative style is Sunset with manual white balance and contrast is at -3.

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Kiichiro wrote:

wow, when I was watching I was imagining you carrying a small tripod and setting it up like in front of the apple store and the mall. I had no idea it was hand held until I read your blog.

The only thing that stood out is that a lot of the scene was too dark. Never been to HK but it's probably just not California where it's always sunny here.

Thanks!

Using the 16mm you have such a wide angle that vibrations are less visible, even without image stabilization.

I wasn't lucky and weather wasn't good when I was there!

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