Everyone in Edmonton was lazy today. The least busy I've seen it downtown in months. Regardless, I picked up my company's new camera, the Sony a99, and strolled around yeg taking as many clips as I could. I was out for about 3 hours and felt I'd maybe end up with 2 minutes of footage-- I was wrong. Instead I ended up with something like 132 clips and about 6 minutes of edited work. I would've been more discerning with my clips, but this was a test video. One of THOSE things.
I stroll around my neighbourhood. I didn't take today very seriously, and that is, of course, reflected in the quality of work-- as in-- I feel this is a poor example of what the camera can do. I've used Adobe Premiere CS6 with an un-sharp mask, fast color correct, 3-way color correct, and some RGB curves.
Carl Zeiss 16-35mm f/2.8 wide
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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