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Hello all, I am Ivan from switzerland,

 

this is my first post on the forum. I've been folowing for quite some time now and I am always eager to recieve constructive critic on my work so do not esitate to comment or give your impression, it will be much appreciated.

 

Sharing my latest work, kind of "memory scape" on the city of Venice.
One man crew. Shot on Dragon with Lovely LEICA-R Lenses, tripod, slider or hand-held.

 

Thanks for watching :-)

 

http://vimeo.com/129346620

 

 

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Beautiful! A bit like a dream. Quite dark and serious atmosphere. It's so good one forgets about lenses, focal lengths, exposures etc.

 

 

Valter

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Hey Valter. When I was little I was quite afraid of the dark... later it became a place full of mysteries and fantasies. thats the atmosphere I was looking for, glad that's how you recieved it..

 

I just hope its not too dark thought. Vimeo, i dont know why.. makes it a bit darker always..

 

Thank you,

 

Ivan

 

Beautiful! A bit like a dream. Quite dark and serious atmosphere. It's so good one forgets about lenses, focal lengths, exposures etc.

 

 

Valter

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Hello all, I am Ivan from switzerland,

 

this is my first post on the forum. I've been folowing for quite some time now and I am always eager to recieve constructive critic on my work so do not esitate to comment or give your impression, it will be much appreciated.

 

Sharing my latest work, kind of "memory scape" on the city of Venice.

One man crew. Shot on Dragon with Lovely LEICA-R Lenses, tripod, slider or hand-held.

 

Thanks for watching :-)

 

http://vimeo.com/129346620

 

 

 

Lovely montage.

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Quite thoughtful and insightful. A nice watch. Very well chosen music . Thanks.

Thank you Gregg.. Music is very important to me..

 

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Any tricks with the flares? are you holding the lens off the mount?

 

0:48 is what im most curious about

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Goddamn great work. Made me feel wonderful in sad sort of way. How did you like the lenses? More importantly, what motivated this? What emotion or story were you trying to tell?

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