Critique my first video

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  • 05-18-2015, 07:15 PM
    redonnemoi
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    Critique my first video
    Hi, I am posting my first humble attempt at using an NEX-FS100U with a canon L 24-70 lens, and a Mitra 3d mic pro to record my irish dance performance. I feel like I have a lot of room to improve on my exposure settings, as the people in the shot are a washed out yellow color, and their faces are not as distinct as I would have wished. I feel like this camera can do much much better but is limited by my limited knowledge of the camera exposure tweaks.

    How do I do better next time? While I know I can't shoot Riverdance quality videos right off the bat, I would like to learn how to do better.

    thanks!
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  • 03-29-2020, 06:54 AM
    TysonWebb
    Re: Critique my first video
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  • 04-11-2020, 05:18 AM
    Trial
    Re: Critique my first video
    This is an interesting video. What software did you use to edit this video? I'm looking for a simple program that doesn't have high computer requirements.
  • 04-11-2020, 05:20 AM
    Reese
    Re: Critique my first video
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    Originally Posted by Trial View Post
    This is an interesting video. What software did you use to edit this video? I'm looking for a simple program that doesn't have high computer requirements.

    I don't have a very powerful computer, so I edit video online, on this platform https://wave.video/ there are many different edit tools. The video quality may be a little worse than yours, but that doesn’t stop me from adding a couple of effects and sharing the video on my facebook page or instagram. I think you can use this for your videos too.