JON ZOMBIE PRODUCTIONS

Canon EOS 550D/T2i
18-55mm IS Lens

My first outing with my new Canon T2i. I learned alot of do's and dont's. I shot everything in 720 60fps in standard color mode. which all became a mess in post production. next time, I will only shoot in 60fps and conform to 30 unless Im on a tripod, and I'll also make a custom color setting because there was just too much color to even mess around with in post. color grading was not easy on this piece, becuase it was waaaay to sharp and allready fully saturated.

Im not too happy with this test, mainly because the auto settings led to all the grain and noise. Im gonna begin to experiment with manual exposure in my next video. exporting to Vimeo was a nightmare this time around! I had never had sooo much trouble in finding the right format to upload to vimeo in, but I know it had something to do with the 60fps. like I said lots to learn. all in all, a good first test, and I got to use my new monopod, which I really enjoyed using. Would love to get some feedback.

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