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Filming An Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio At Crewe Heritage Centre


Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio | Competizione Red Tri-Coat Pearl | Crewe Heritage Centre | Performance Car | Sports Car | Italian Car
Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio | Competizione Red Tri-Coat Pearl | Crewe Heritage Centre

Do you want to know how I filmed this Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio at Crewe Heritage Centre? Yeah. Same here - Welcome to how I filmed this Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio at the 'Off The Rails Meet'.

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Before I Filmed This Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio


I hear the sound of a rumbling V6 with a tinge of Mid-00's F1 Car? What could that be? I initially wanted to film a Hyundai Coupe, but a Tri-Coat Competizione Red Pearl Giulia Quadrifoglio caught my eyes.


I asked TJB Road, Rail And Racing, "please could I can film and photograph your Alfa?" TJB said, "yes, are you a YouTuber?" We exchanged business cards and got to filming.


How I Filmed This Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio


TJB asked me, "Do you want to get some video of my race exhausts on my Giulia Quadrifoglio?" I said, "yes, please, that would be a feast for the ears of my audience".


I had to calibrate the microphone on the gimbal, so it didn't bop too much. The microphone cuts through the wind, giving me a better sound of the Giulia Quadrifoglio revving at the meet.


After getting some exaught sounds of the Alfa, I spoke to TJB about their Giulia Quadrifoglio. TJB said, "it was my second car. My first car was an Abarth 595 Competizione."


I mentioned, "Jonny had an Abarth 595 as a courtesy car from APM Customs. It was a treat to have, and it had a zesty feel to drive."


After speaking to TBJ, I got some establishing and detail shots of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio to craft an engaging video for my audience. Exciting!

How I Edited The Video Of This Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio

Before I edited this video of TJB's Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio, I wanted an:

  • Engaging 90-second video

  • An eye-Catching film that's memorable

  • Involve a fruity exhaust soundtrack from the Giulia Cloverleaf


After my mental briefing, the notes focused on storytelling and splicing the clips to make an engaging film of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio.


In the first scene, I began with a macro scene of Giulia Quadrifoglio's headlight to the opulent five-spoke rims; it's one of my favourite detail of the Alfa.


Then I spliced a clip of the Giulia Quadrifoglio's taillight, following to the door handle's, showcasing the contrast and lines of the Alfa's paintwork.


Next, I shortened the panning scene of the Hyundai Coupe and Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio's to make the video punchier. And to make the film punchier.


Here's where things get exciting, I placed Giulia Quadrifoglio's engine revving scene because I wanted my audience to build up anticipation for the second to third arc.


After the revving scene, I used a previous scene of Alfa's headlight to taillight to get a different perspective of the film.


Next, I shortened a taillight and tailpipe scene of the Giulia Quadrifoglio's exhaust clip. I incorporated the audio from the Alfa revving to provide a pleasing texture to the video.


Finally, I finished the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio video with a spliced clip of the side profile. I isolated the previous clips to colour grade, warp stabilised the clip and exported the scene. I re-imported the clip of Giulia Quadrifoglio's side profile to lengthen the scene.

After I storyboarded the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio's, I colour selected to reduce the yellow to teal and blue to pink. I boosted the reds to focus more on the subject.


Then, I added transitions to each video clip to craft an engaging narrative and provide a creative flair to the Giulia Quadrifoglio film. I added a calming Lo-Fi soundtrack the enhanced the music (changed the EQ, added reverb, pitch-lowered and hard-limited audio to -12db) to Jux oppose the eye-catching paintwork of the Giulia.

Finally, I warp stabilised specific clips of the Giulia Quadrifoglio to provide a smoother feel to the film.


Conclusion


Can you feel the fiery atmosphere of the Giulia Quadrifoglio? Yeah. Same here - Though photos showcase this Alfa Romeo, you can't feel the nuances of the curves and sounds of this Giulia Cloverleaf.


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What's your favourite scene of this Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio video? Let me know in the comments below, and share this video on your social media channel/s if you've learned anything about videography.

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