Define Space from Eduardo Barrera on Vimeo.
I think that the background music was very cool. I think some of the shots were a bit shaky but i think the angles were very cool.
I really liked your opening shot of the city. Something about the graininess and the composition really drew me in. I think your angles were good, I just would have like to see a little bit more diversity in the space being used.
I think you did a great job I liked how it was slow and calm the choice of music fit perfectly.
The music went to the pace of the video. I enjoy the angle of some of the shots.
Dude, awesome song choice! All of your shot compositions were spot on great, however my only criticism would be the length of those long/unedited shots. I think it worked out in this case though since your goal was probably to show how deep the hallways and staircases were. Great job!
The opening shot was really cool. I like the way it lasted a little longer than I thought it would - it set the pace and theme for the rest of the film well. I also liked how the dramatic music contrasted with the monotony of walking through the halls (it's a good representation of the myth of college vs. the reality).
I'll never look at the stairs/halls the same. I liked how the music complimented most of your long duration clips. It caused some suspense.
The duration of the shots along with the choice in music created a suspenseful atmosphere.
I think that the choice of music was great and gave the whole video an awesome vibe to it. The first shot and the last shot of the city were really cool. Some of the shots were a bit long though.
I was late to class, so I only caught the tail-end of the video, but I enjoyed the final shot of the fog-covered skyline. The lighting was great and you were able to not get the stains of the glass that marks just about every window here at Hunter (with a view anyway). I'm not too sure about the music though - it drew too much attention to be more than just atmosphere/ambience, but I felt that nothing happened in the frame to justify the tension the it created.Good job!-Jose <3
I liked how the shots all showed a slow pace and that was also reflected in the music. Good Job.