Checkout my first experimental VFX shot with Hitfilm Pro at for your comments and criticisms, please. Thanks https://youtu.be/OCpmQ0IoXwE
I couldn't help notice the spec or dust mark on the lens, it made it a bit annoying to watch.
Before hand prep your camera with a cleaning kit , you can get them from amazon or ebay delivered quick.
but I admire your confidence in sharing a video
Keep creating keep learning.
iamkhanproductionsThanks for the comment.
@MohammedAji Nice! The moon could be slightly more hazy by simply taking down the Opacity of it a little bit. It's too bad the YouTube compression has taken away a lot of the quality of the shot. I would love to see it in its full glory without the artifacting.
Nice. You got the trickiest part down - getting a good sky replacement around those trees.
Thanks guys for the comments. @FilmSensei I kind of agree with your observation on the moon part. But at times i do observe in my region, when the moon is at it's fullest it is so bright and i decided to go with that scenario. I will love to share the uncompressed version as well as the project file for observations and your inspiration, please. Thanks.
Thanks @Triem23. I decided not to replace the sky to mimic the real scenario that i have been observing in my region. In most cases, the sky is clear when the moon is full. But one thing i forgot to include is star fields. After all, is all about either going for realism or artistic style or mixture of both. But i will try a version with animated sky that obscures the moon on the cloudy regions.
Check out a version with sky replaced and minor adjustments
I hate crickets. Your crickets are too loud! Did I mention, I hate crickets? :-)
That looks pretty good, I do think that the building lights are a bit intense, and you need to color the moon just a tad blue to make it look more like it really fits there, but that is really a very sound effort ?
@LiamMcM1 Thank for the observations
@DataDesign That's why it fits the mood of the scene :-)
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