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post Mar 28 2008, 09:09 AM
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QUOTE (Joe Kataldo @ Mar 28 2008, 08:37 AM) *
After a main video where both left and right hand are showed I'd like to add three multi angle, one zoomed to right hand and two zoomed to left hand with different angle biggrin.gif


Yes, then I understood it correctly smile.gif
That sounds good in my opinion smile.gif


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post Mar 28 2008, 12:28 PM
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Here's my idea


Main Video The free One

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Main Video The Slow one

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Angle 1 Left Hand inside

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Angle 2 Left hand Out

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Angle 3 Right hand only

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What Do You think is useful? What Not? What Will You Change?

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Well, I think that is more than enough to get what you're playing and how you're playing it smile.gif
I don't need any more angles, but some people might like other angles better.. But good enough for me smile.gif
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Those are good angles I like it !:)


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Thanks, I'm trying to create a "Template" for my lessons trying to archive consistency across topics


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Hi.

I think the 3 angles you put in the pictures are just fine.

I would only make the right hand one even more angled, so that we can get details such as palm muting and pinch harmonics.

Also, i suggest not to do more than 3. When the lesson has excessive angles, I just skip them. I believe many people do the same. So it would be extra but inneficient effort.

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QUOTE (Gus @ Mar 28 2008, 06:04 PM) *
Hi.

I think the 3 angles you put in the pictures are just fine.

I would only make the right hand one even more angled, so that we can get details such as palm muting and pinch harmonics.

Also, i suggest not to do more than 3. When the lesson has excessive angles, I just skip them. I believe many people do the same. So it would be extra but inneficient effort.


Very VERY very Thanks, this is the kind of feedback I need ok I'll follow your suggestion about no more than three angles

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QUOTE (Joe Kataldo @ Mar 28 2008, 12:28 PM) *
Here's my idea
Main Video The Slow one

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I don't know if this view ads a lot. Maybe it's better to get this one more zoomed, so it's not just a basic view, but it also adds some teaching. You know what I mean? Now it's just an overview sight, when more zoomed it also shows how you're hands are. BTW, I realy like the double view with the little square showing the right hand!


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QUOTE (kaznie_NL @ Mar 28 2008, 08:05 PM) *
I don't know if this view ads a lot. Maybe it's better to get this one more zoomed, so it's not just a basic view, but it also adds some teaching. You know what I mean? Now it's just an overview sight, when more zoomed it also shows how you're hands are. BTW, I realy like the double view with the little square showing the right hand!


This is the only one where you can see both hands and also I think is mandatory, up to now I've always missed this one, producing lessons well...only with additional angles biggrin.gif

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How about an angle from your right shoulder? So the camera is placed over your shoulder looking down on the guitar just like we all see our own guitars.
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QUOTE (erik @ Mar 28 2008, 08:31 PM) *
How about an angle from your right shoulder? So the camera is placed over your shoulder looking down on the guitar just like we all see our own guitars.


I'm considering it too biggrin.gif


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