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Thread: Healey Mills Train Yard and Dudfleet Mill (Video)

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    Default Healey Mills Train Yard and Dudfleet Mill (Video)


    Short cinematic film of Healey Mills train graveyard and Dudfleet Mill.


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    Welcome to the forum!

    I like the video a lot, it's rare I watch a whole video without skipping. It's very apocalyptic feeling and your use of light and processing is lovely.

    However, would you mind editing it to follow the guide to posting location reports...

    https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/mai...-new-post.html

    Or if you're not too interested in doing that then for future reference there is a thread for videos here;

    https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/mai...os-thread.html

    I hope you share more with us in the future.

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    I always make a point of my hatred of videos whenever I bother to comment on them when posted here, but that is nicely done mate. Great shooting, composition, editing, music... a refreshing change. I still hate videos though. But that is a nice middle finger to the youtube generation. Thanks for posting that one mate, watched it a couple of times because it was short and tastefully done. Welcome to the forum!

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    I will mirror what both Krela and Brewtal have said, it's a inspirational film, love your use of light and shadows. With my very limited knowledge of film making I can workout a lot of time and thought has gone into creating this piece and good techniques too, and quite a bit of kit.

    Such a refreshing change to the usual unimaginative "look at me stuff" that's flooding the scene nowadays!
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    Could have watched more of that,nicely done, Welcome to the forum Christou.
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    I absolutely, positively hate videos...but not this one. rather splendidly done and i agree with smiler, I too was getting into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtal View Post
    I always make a point of my hatred of videos whenever I bother to comment on them when posted here, but that is nicely done mate. Great shooting, composition, editing, music... a refreshing change. I still hate videos though. But that is a nice middle finger to the youtube generation. Thanks for posting that one mate, watched it a couple of times because it was short and tastefully done. Welcome to the forum!
    Such a good comment! Haha I know.. so many people reply with the same thoughts - shaky gopro footage of some kids walking up to a location followed by noisy/dark footage. Glad you enjoyed it and took the time to comment :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    Welcome to the forum!

    I like the video a lot, it's rare I watch a whole video without skipping. It's very apocalyptic feeling and your use of light and processing is lovely.

    However, would you mind editing it to follow the guide to posting location reports...

    https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/mai...-new-post.html

    Or if you're not too interested in doing that then for future reference there is a thread for videos here;

    https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/mai...os-thread.html

    I hope you share more with us in the future.
    Thanks for the feedback! Posted in the relevant thread :)

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