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Hi there, I'm shooting a music video in Australia soon and plan on some 48fps slow mo shots. I usually shoot 172.8 shutter at 24p because it's 50hz here. But disregarding lighting fixtures for now: Would it make sense to keep the 172.8 shutter angle at 48 fps or is a 180 shutter angle going to be a more natural/smoother look? Maybe a better question: Is there a significant difference in motion between these two shutter angles at 48fps, or is it almost imperceivable like it is at 24 fps? Any help appreciated!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vn6b1xeI9wU&list=PLvfmoEMI4m_8xgDQ1GesmEJ0Dt_EMkNv_&index=1 This music video was shot late 2013 in Sydney Australia. Shot on RED epic at 120fps, 4K. We shot in a 4m dive pool and blacked out the sides as well as shooting at night. Enjoy! Feedback welcome! The Year of our War "Nocturne" www.theyearofourwar.com Director Stuart Edgeworth www.chuckedgeworth.com DOP Jon Shaw www.ginclearfilm.com www.soundcloud.com/theyearofourwar www.bandcamp.com/theyearofourwar
Here's a music video I made as a submission to a competition created by the band The Civil Wars. I love this site because most of my work gets a lot of constructive criticism which helps for the next production. So let me know what you think about everything! :) Thanks! http://genero.tv/watch-video/34354/