03-21-2011, 02:24 PM
This was short during a weeks holiday in Siem Reap Cambodia. I had my 550D on me anyway, so I thought I may as well shoot a promotional doco for this organisation that does very good work for the local schoolkids.
I didn't have a tripod or microphone, so the sound is camera mic only and some of the pics are a little shakey. I may also end up replacing the VO, as thats my voice and I'm not sure how I feel about it now :)
Thoughts welcome :)
03-26-2011, 06:48 PM
I noticed you had 0 replys, so I thought I'd reply;
This is great! For having no other equipment at hand, this is very well put together.
The edit is clean, and your voice sounds great for the voice over as well.
I'd like to see more of your work. Where can I? If you have a chance, check out some of my stuff as well.
03-26-2011, 08:50 PM
Hi Matt, thanks for the feedback. You can see more of my work at my youtube channel, linked here:
If you like what you see, please subscribe and spread the word:)
03-31-2011, 10:05 AM
This is a nice and interesting mini-doc. We need more of this kind of independent reporting. It's like little slices of reality that you couldn't find in the mainstream media.
My only reservation is that the documentary is focused on the westerners working for the foundation. I would've liked seeing more of the children and also their parents whose point of view is totally absent.
There's a minor technical glitch i noticed. When Lori Carlson is interviewed, the white background behind her is constantly flickering. Anybody knows what's causing that artifact?
HanSagan, please keep those mini-docs coming! Thanks for doing this one.