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Offline Bob Shaw

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I have to say that I found this film really, really irritating.

Offline synchrotron

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I have to say that I found this film really, really irritating.

What are we supposed to do with this opinion? Beg you for your reasons why?

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Kinda uncomfortable to watch. Weird jumpy editing all around, and parts of it felt like being on acid (randomly shifting/wavy stuff?). Its a good thing this was only like 5 minutes, I'd probably be nauseous after much longer

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The modern trend is to overuse lens flares and create artificial, 'handheld cam' visuals. It's a stylistic choice that I only sometimes agree with. I'm glad people are still making Apollo-themed projects, though.
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Kinda uncomfortable to watch. Weird jumpy editing all around, and parts of it felt like being on acid (randomly shifting/wavy stuff?). Its a good thing this was only like 5 minutes, I'd probably be nauseous after much longer

Yeah, to me it was a bit over-done, over-produced. If he had done fewer jumps and smoother transitions, it would have worked better. It's almost as if he was less interested in telling a story than in showing off the neat things that he could do with the software.

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