Yay another DVX user! :D
As far as colors go, you had some good stuff in there - I'm a sucker for warm colors. The golden harvest look always gets me.
In terms of just general film techniques, the beginning of the video wasn't great - you badly needed a tripod and the shots were kind of bland. However, starting at 1:42 and going through the rest of the video, I was very impressed - the moving zooms were nice, and I liked them a lot. Do more shots like that, and less just pointing the camera at something. Remember, you don't just have to GTS. You have to GTS and make it look nice.
Loved the song.
A few editing tips:
1) Make sure everything you include is relevant. There was a transition that used a shot of lightning (0:56). That made no sense in the context of the video, and therefore took away from your piece.
2) Keep the music in mind. At times the video strayed from the music and they didn't fit well.
3) Always try and have a goal in mind when you edit. When you sit down, before you've even started editing, can you visualize what type of finished piece you'd like to produce? Do you know what kind of vibe you want it to have? These are good things to keep in mind as they keep your video focused and coherent.
4) Short > long, always. I felt like your video dragged on a little bit. I'm sure some of those shots can be taken out. I know its painful to not use some, especially when you guys worked hard to get the tricks on film, but it happens. When trying to make a nice, tight edit, you need to sacrifice some shots.
Hope this helps man. The best advice I can ever give is to get out there and keep practicing. Keep shooting, editing, and trying new things.
One thing you may want to try as you start exploring more complex shots is this: when you watch videos - online, in movies, on NS, wherever - take note of what you like about them. Consciously assess which shots you like and what you like about them. Doing this helps you realize what YOU like to see in videos, and therefore what you find attractive. If you can do this, you can start to incorporate those ideas/shots/skills into your own videos, therefore bettering them. Just a thought.
Good luck yo
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Malcolm: "id probably just flail my self to death"
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