A Country Morning
- Shot on Canon 60D with 50mm f/1.8, 28mm f/1.8 and 135mm f/2.0 lenses.
wow..nice shot Richard…your place is so beautiful…is that your horse?you really had a good place!see you soon
Hey Keith! Glad you liked it! Yes, that is our horse. God Bless!
your new video is really great…it shows the beauty of country living, right?and i was amazed with all those chickens and the brook their! i wish one day i could visit your place…God bless!
Thanks Keith! Ohhh yes!! That would be so great if you’d come visit our place!! We’d do all sorts of epic things! Someday… …
Beautiful work Richard! It really captured the _quintessence_ of a ‘Country Morning’…
Yeah Bam – totally beautiful!!!!
Wow! That was beautiful!! The shots looked very great and it really portrayed the country feel well!
I hope someday,Richard! Me and my family really enjoyed all of your videos!..God bless.:)
I loved the video. it was awesome!
But I have a question. how come I can’t my videos to come out that great?
And I have an hvx200a HD p2 camcorder.
Oh, and did you use FCP?
love it! That is great depth of field! VERY nice!
Thanks everyone! Glad you liked it!
@Keith – Yes! I really hope some day you will be able to do so! Glad you family has enjoyed my films!
@Gerrod – Glad you liked it! I would recommend purchasing a HDSLR such as the Canon 60D, 5Dmk2, etc. Their large sensors enable you to achieve very shallow depth of field, and the beautiful, crisp film look. Yes, you’re right Gerrod, I do edit in Final Cut Pro.
take care always, Richard! God bless!!
Great stuff Richard! Keep up the good work.
Wonderful country! ! I felt like I was there! Thanks for doing it!
Hope to see you real soon. Aunt Lynn
Glad you liked it Aunt Lynn!! Yes! I hope to see you soon!
wow!!! amazing, beautiful morning in Tennessee. i want the fresh air .
Beautiful place, beautiful scene, beautiful capture. ..^_^..
Thank you Jan-Jan and Lea! Glad you liked it!
Hi Richard! How are you? Hope you’re doing great…
Take care always
Hi Keith! Yes! I’m doing great! How about you? It’s Sabbath afternoon here in America. I’m so glad for Sabbath to finally be here!
Hey, Richard, great shots, and comp. The macro on the bugs was perfect! Outstanding work on that one, especially. The rest also looks crisp, with great contrast, I really enjoy your post-production on those, polished but not overly dramatic. Nice. And as always your scenes work great to give that feel, it’s like we’re there, too! Looking forward to your next posts.
Thanks Elwyn! So glad you liked it. It’s also great to here what you think of the post-production color grading. Sometimes it tough to decide whether you’ve over or under graded, so it’s great to hear your thoughts on that! God Bless!
lI think my favorite part were the transitions second favorite was the clarity of the shots I mean you can see our creator’s hand and his Love!! Keep using your talent for his glory.
Through such mediums he may give them the most important lessons concerning the Creator, by opening before them the great book of nature, where the love of God is expressed in every tree and flower and blade of grass. He may impress upon their minds the fact that if God cares so much for the trees and flowers, He will care much more for the creatures formed in His image. He may lead them early to understand that God wants children to be lovely, not with artificial adornment, but with beauty of character, the charms of kindness and affection, which will make their hearts bound with joy and happiness.
Glad you enjoyed it Luther!
You did a get job on ‘A country Morning’. Its really pretty!!
Thank you Tiana!
tnx…for everything guys
may godbless you
Vince, brother! We are missing you guys terribly! So long, friend!
we hardly miss you too guys…i hope you come back here when you have some time…and we could jog again together.
why arent you guys calling me?
Vince!! I’m so sorry! I’ve been desperately wishing to talk with you! Do you have a Skype?
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