Take part in this shooting challenge and be in with a chance of winning 3 fantastic prizes! Details below!
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With this shooting exercise, you will learn how to improve your filming and save a time when you come to editing. This is also a shooting challenge for you!
My 3 favourite sequences that you submit will win a copy of my new MZed course "Filmmaking for photographers" worth $199. Head to http://bit.ly/mzedbloom to pick up your copy of it! 20% of purchases go to the LA food bank throughout April.
HERE ARE THE RULES AND GUIDELINES:
NO editing of any kind. Shoot in sequence. NO retakes, so practice! NO CHEATING! Length 30-45 seconds. It would also be great if you could include a tidied up version after your raw edit in-camera version like I did in this video. Good luck!!
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Thanks to Ruth Liptrot, Julian Wakefield, Sarah Seal and Michael White
Music from Music Bed:
"Sequence" Greg Thomas
"From Scratch" Chad Lawson
"Stills" A J Hochhalter
"Chagall" Brique A Braq
"Directions" Steven Gutheinz
Music from Audio Network:
"Fjord" David Tobin, Jeff Megan, Malcolm Edmonstone
"Insider" Terry-Devine King
"Nutkin's Stash" Sam Wedgwood
Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who, for the past 10 years of his 30-year career has specialized in creating incredible cinematic images no matter what the camera. Some of his most iconic work was created with Canon DSLRs.