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    Senior Member D Fuller's Avatar
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    This was beautiful. A wonderful effort.

    One of the things I loved in my only experience shooting Epic (so far) was the way it renders B&W. I can tell I'm going to be doing a lot with that.
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    Gorgeous! Thanks for posting. Beautiful work both behind and in front of the camera.
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    Love it Jarred. My fiance was born in Port Au Prince (though she is very mixed race) and lived there until she was 18 -- and she was really blown away. She felt like it very much captured the feel and spirit of the people and area.

    She also commended Russell and Red for getting involved. Something to be proud of guys! Thanks for posting :)
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    Jarred...This is totally awesome...Look at the camera picking up the particles of sawdust at about 2:11. Crazy amount of detail.
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    Thanks for the kind words guys :)
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    Lovely inspiring piece. Loved the music and the rhythm of the editing. Good job all around.
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  7. #17 some very great shots in there - thank you! 
    Senior Member Martin Jäger's Avatar
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    i'd love to see a version that goes rather over saturated - i think as it is now it works nicelly in many shots
    but also considering the natural vibrance of the location it would be interesting to see it come through on my tiny screen :)

    anyways - great, i enjoyed watching. and cool music track in the background


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