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    This work is so amazing that it creates a Theophany...............wow!
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    One other note about Mark. Whenever I find myself in a funk, or making excuses why I can't do something, I think of him and his approach to filmmaking. Going back to the early days of RED he never makes excuses. He was using the QT proxies that RED One generated to edit with while others complained about workflow. He edits on planes between locations. He'll do his own color on major campaigns if he wants full control. He'll do some of his own VFX. Whatever it takes to get the job done. And he seems to do it at an incredible pace. Honestly, wish I had half the skill and energy he has. His attitude should inspire all of us.
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    thats one of the best commercials i ever seen to the date. great work Mark!
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    Yep...brilliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeb B View Post
    Gorgeous and amazing cinematography. Would love to see a cut without the Jeep bits. It's like trying to watch an awesome tribute to an ancient, deeply spiritual and non-materialistic culture with a Jeep pop-up ad every 20 seconds. They couldn't be more different in what they represent in my mind.
    Agreed Zeb. No offense Mark, the cinematography is hands down masterful.
    The Jeep shots so poignantly stand out against this very sacred and special culture built on the very antithesis of consumerism.

    I struggle with this in my own work, we dig hard to find that special nugget of human emotion for the consumer to connect with and then slap a label on it. Such is the way of the world.

    Anyway, I guess it's part of a different discussion.

    Very well done Mark.
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    My mind has officially been blown.
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    Wow... speechless.
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    He used celere lenses fyi
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    Gunna be needing a 4k download of that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip Lanyon View Post
    Agreed Zeb. No offense Mark, the cinematography is hands down masterful.
    The Jeep shots so poinently stand out against this very sacred and special culture built on the very antithesis of consumerism.

    I struggle with this in my own work, we dig hard to find that special nugget of human emotion for the consumer to connect with and then slap a label on it. Such is the way of the world.

    Anyway, I guess it's part of a different discussion.

    Very well done Mark.
    Agree with both Zeb and Philip on this.
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