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Video is too short and Galina starts out clothed. She should've been nude throughout. A model that lovely should never be clothed in videos of this nature.
Film pleasant, very pleasant.
The use of cross-fades is an obvious, but still effective, choice in a video of this kind. A perfect fit for the ambience, decor and lighting. The cross-fade is commonly combined with music by very experienced filmmakers to create a romantic feeling. And they're far less fatiguing to the viewer than four minutes of jump cuts.
There, fixed it.
And Galina looks faaaaaaantastic.
Jumps and cuts are worse, much worse.
If you made a movie that wants to be romantic, erotic.
If you made a frantic scene of a war movie are absolutely effective to the story.
I'm not opposed to the use of the cross-fade , but its overuse, for an entire movie .
For two reasons.
In the cross-fade the scene that ends become blurred and the new scene begins slowly into focus.
At this time, the eye perceives everything blurred, and tries , with repeated mechanical movements , to focus.
This continuous adjustment, repeated for the duration of the movie, fatigue physically the viewer .
The crossfade is an expressive tool very effective to use but very sparingly .
Psychological one .
If I watch a video of a beautiful naked girl , I'm expecting to see a naked girl.
If exactly when the girl is going to show her pussy or ass or breasts begin a crossfade to hide this, this causes frustration.
While , on the contrary , the cameraman lingers in slow close-ups of hands, feet, nose.
At this point I sense that fade is a form of sadism of cameraman .
Well said. And that suspension around 30 seconds is quite effective. It's ambiguous for a moment whether the scene is ending or whether we're in transit within the scene, and it keeps us sharp.
That's why it's dangerous to rely on generalizations. I'm reminded of when I was pointing out a particular English construction to an Israeli, and he dismissed it out of hand, saying that it was against the rules that his English teacher had taught him. That's like saying something doesn't exist because it's not in the blueprint. While his English was perfectly functional, it was also rather mechanical, since he wasn't catching the spirit of the language, but rather just sticking to what someone had told him about it.
Music is built in part on scales and chords and chord progressions. A musician will apply some particular set of rules about how these elements are structured, which allows her to create shared meaning. But this is just a starting point. For example, harmonic suspensions aren't meant to break the rules of harmony. Rather, they use the rules of harmony to play with expectations.
The number of ways you can use a language is open-ended. It's a set of tools, not a set of dogmas about how those tools must be used. The bottom line is just whether what you do works. Accordingly appeals to "theory" tend to be misplaced.
Each appearance from Galina is special and I appreciate them all.
The closing scene with her walking to the doorway is very nice and affords me the chance to write that she, irrefutably, has a beautiful bubble butt! Now a similar languid stroll filmed from in front would allow a view of her shapely breasts in motion.
The criticisms are meant to the operator not to the model.
Film unpleasant, very unpleasant.
1 - excessive use of the fade.
2 - excessive use of close-ups. (ie cutting into pieces of the model).
Is studied in the theory of film communication, that the fade ends a scene, an episode and opens another one.
Accompanies it, the mind of the observer, from the end of a scene at the beginning of the next.
The fade is not to be used as as a fast-paced play of post-production because fatigues the viewer with the constant change of perspective and focus.
This play with the fade is used by inexperienced operators of movies of ceremonies.
Try watching one of these movies to weddings and then tell me what you think.
The ambience, the decor, the lighting, the clothes are excellent.
Very much an Alex shoot. Galina moves well. better in motion than in stills. Anybody else see "something" in midd;e of her back? Any ideas doesn't show up in any stills I found. Any ideas?
Yes, I saw it too... could be a mole, could be a small tattoo...
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