1. Samuel Lorincik Portfolio 2012

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  2. Making of Portfolio 2012

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  3. Colour Grading

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  4. Origins, Breakdown and Implementation of Matte Paintings in the film industry

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  5. I have uploaded 330mb version of my documentary on Vimeo, but it didnt render properly and end titles lagged a bit. I have uploaded a 35mb version again as I cant upload more than 500mb on vimeo each week. I have opened a new vimeo account on a different email so I am uploading it again. I have also uploaded a 500mb HD version on youtube as well. Enjoy!

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  7. Being a Student Documentary - Film Critique

    For my Documentary I decided to film about one student’s life. About pros and cons being a student and what does it take to grow up and take care of yourself. This topic is very close to me as I live in Edinburgh by myself and I know how it feels when you have to work 7 days a week, study at University and work on you assessments. It is not easy and some people don’t know how much work does it take, that is why I decided to shoot my documentary about this topic.

    Instead of filming a narrative type of documentary, I decided to interview one student of whom I know he just moved to a flat with his friends, decided not live with his parents anymore and start taking care of himself all by himself, which includes working extra hours at work, so he is able to pay is rent and go out with his friends occasionally. Just because time span if his experience is quite new, I immediately knew that he will be a really interesting figure to film about.

    I have been thinking about a certain script I would like to follow, but then I realized that it would be better to focus on certain questions and let my student talk, so it would feel more authentic. I decided to film this Documentary in students flat, as I it’s ambience perfectly fit the story. Because of this decision I wanted to use two cameras during the interview from two different angles, so it wouldn’t be very monotone.

    I have used two cameras, first one is Canon S3IS and the second one was Olympus VG 120. I have used one tripod for the Canon one and held Olympus. I have also used audio recorder Zoom H2 for recording the voice of my student as I wanted to make sure it will be clear. I have been recording in students room where he talked about his experience becoming self independent for the very first time in his life. I have also made shots of him working, laughing and a few shots of his room, like concert tickets, posters, etc.

    After recording all the material I needed, I started working in Premiere Pro. I have imported all the files I needed to work with. I had to cut and edit all the shots I have made, also I have added a song “Band of Horses – Funeral” which I thought would suit this documentary perfectly. In the end I implemented the Loud Shirt Media in the end of my film.

    I had quite a few problems with extracting the film as I had one 500mb , one 335mb, one 99mb and one 25 mb version. I still wasn’t able to manage to get near 250mb.

    Overall I am really happy with my project as this was the first time I have been shooting a short film. I am glad I have made all the planning and have been thinking about all the ideas as  preparations are probably even more important than actual editing. Because of this project I have become interested in filming more than ever before.

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  8. My final image, feel free to view it here in fullscreen:
http://esleone.deviantart.com/art/post-apocalyptic-Edinburgh-188587769

    My final image, feel free to view it here in fullscreen:

    http://esleone.deviantart.com/art/post-apocalyptic-Edinburgh-188587769

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