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Dancing With Available Light

6 October 2009

Shoot Of The Month

Shot entirely in available light, Louis explains how he perceives & work with natural light as he photographs a professional ballerina at the University of Melbourne.

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Julian Wong posted the following on 2009-10-22 14:08:16

Not sure if its a problem on my end... but video stops at 29 second despite it loading all up...

Ryan Ong posted the following on 2009-10-22 14:48:04

It happens to me as well...but take ur time Louis...I'll come back later....

Louis Pang posted the following on 2009-10-22 16:43:33

Guys, thanks for the feedback. We are looking into the cause behind this.

Clement Lee posted the following on 2009-10-22 17:27:27

the video is amazing, and the speed is very smooth!!!

Ivan Bong posted the following on 2009-10-22 17:42:25

This video is amazing !

Filex De Randy Indra posted the following on 2009-10-22 19:01:12

amazing

Jo-Hanna Ho posted the following on 2009-10-22 19:07:45

absolutely absolutely beautiful!!!! my sis and i are both ballerinas (ex for me) and this is a real treat to watch... amazing....

Boey Shee Ian posted the following on 2009-10-22 20:22:34

Wow very amazing compare to the teaser. Hi Louis, will there be any post-processing technique like the one in the movie?

Thanks.

Kris Wong posted the following on 2009-10-22 21:22:53

The amateur photographer in me is inspired. I probably need to view this a few more times to absorb more tips!

Margaret Vun posted the following on 2009-10-22 21:31:11

Thanks Louis, I love this video clip, not only learn about lightings but also the way you built relationship with your client.

Tairven Lee posted the following on 2009-10-22 21:36:59

Fabulous! I was pretty blown away with the ending sequence of before and after edit shots. Just a little observation if you don't mind, the audio would be better with some compression. Meaning to say it keeps getting suddenly louder and suddenly softer along the way, especially when it goes back n forth between live speech and narated speech. Audio compression would make it more consistent in terms of volume.

Ai Ying Leong posted the following on 2009-10-22 22:37:12

Clean, Smooth, and Natural video accompanied by fantastic photos captured by LP. Thumbs Up!

Kay Bin Kow posted the following on 2009-10-22 23:56:53

Wonderful guide! I love this tour, There are values in it.

jacky leong posted the following on 2009-10-23 00:05:30

the voice recording..not so good..all of the sudden...loud and slow...

jacky leong posted the following on 2009-10-23 00:09:04

the shot is not really. amazing..cause she is a pro ballerina dancer..so it won't be so hard to get the right action.

is this paid assignment louis?

Harjit Dhaliwal posted the following on 2009-10-23 00:16:44

This is by far the best video segment in your series of videos. It's inspiring, it's informative, you are leading by example, and you are showing us how it's done. Looking at the locations, I would have second guessed and possibly skipped, but seeing how you did it, what you saw from the locations, just gave me a new light. No pun intended. This is the kind of stuff I would like to see from this site, especially when a fee is involved for subscription.

I waited till past midnight (-5 GMT) to wait for the launch and watched all the videos till 2:00AM until I got stuck on this one at 29 seconds. Looks like it's fixed and I finished watching it this morning.

Congratulations to you Louis and to your team! By the way, you spoke very well, very clear, and avoided "lah"!
Thank you.

jacky leong posted the following on 2009-10-23 00:22:22

the video auto stop.

Louis Pang posted the following on 2009-10-23 01:08:25

Jacky: Are you using Internet Explorer? It seems that IE has an issue with the flash player we use. Try it with Firefox, Safari or Chrome.

Dhani Mustapa posted the following on 2009-10-23 01:56:24

Amazing video, very informative and your work inspires me, well done Louis =)

Rui Di Chian posted the following on 2009-10-23 08:46:46

wow...it is amazing...although it is a lil expensive for the start, i will seriously consider subscribing it.

Rui Di Chian posted the following on 2009-10-23 08:49:28

try to download the video before watch.then enjoy "auto stop" issues or loading issues :)

Vincent Thu posted the following on 2009-10-23 10:01:56

This is so inspiring... Thank you :-)

Eugene Khoo posted the following on 2009-10-23 10:51:25

Watched it seamlessly on office network (10mbps metro-e). Home with 1mbps, it's jerky a bit but if you wait for it to finish, it's ok.

Content is just wow. Otherwise, the audio volume is a bit variable. need to equalize a bit. This is the portion I'm paying for :)

Hiang Tan posted the following on 2009-10-23 14:44:56

TQ LP. a 13min video give me lots of idea how to shoot for a nice pic. thank you again!

kenny chin posted the following on 2009-10-23 15:25:00

Wow, very inspirational. Thanks Louis! Thanks for sharing. Its nothing short of AWESOME!

Jayson Kingsbeer posted the following on 2009-10-24 15:27:23

I am truly inspired now! Thank you so much Louis and the team for this amazing video!
The light and architecture is beautiful there!
I also really enjoyed seeing how you gradually built a very fun and positive relationship with your subject matter! Gail seems like a very fun and passionate model!
Again, Thank you very much and I look forward to more videos on this fantastic website!

Harjit Dhaliwal posted the following on 2009-10-25 01:39:29

Based on the comments from various viewers and the abundance of comments on this video, it is a no brainer that this is the type of contents viewers would like to see, especially if they have to pay.






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