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    Default Simple technique for taken shots

    No fuss and minimun preparation, try it at home

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKpxd8hzOcQ
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    How much work went into that..That is similar to a car add that was around a year or two ago.
    The voices in my head may not be real, but they come up with some great ideas..

    Cheers Rev.

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    A lot of effort to take a shot of that ugly bloke. I won't mind some of the gear they used.

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    I stopped watching after about 40 seconds. The Honda Accord Euro ad was better. This was not something I enjoyed. And that's being said as nicely as I can manage.

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    Should have used Canon

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    Alot of work went into that! (and unlike the Honda ad - not millions of dollars!)
    Speaking of alot of work (and i know this is a bit off topic sorry Arthur) but have you seen that mobile phone ad shot in Japan using a ball and timber to play Bach!
    If you know your classical music i reckon you will appreciate this :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_CDLBTJD4M
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    Thank you David for the link, is great.
    Some people have a lot of time in their hands!!
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    That was great!

    Thanks for posting. All shot in one take as well! Amazing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Plottier View Post
    No fuss and minimun preparation, try it at home

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKpxd8hzOcQ
    I don't think I could try that at home even if I wanted to!

    Quote Originally Posted by David Stowe View Post
    Alot of work went into that! (and unlike the Honda ad - not millions of dollars!)
    Speaking of alot of work (and i know this is a bit off topic sorry Arthur) but have you seen that mobile phone ad shot in Japan using a ball and timber to play Bach!
    If you know your classical music i reckon you will appreciate this :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_CDLBTJD4M
    The piece is called Jesu, joy of man's desiring. It sounds great as either an orchestral piece, or wen transcribed for guitar. This bloke has a really nice version.

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