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WEBMINING> Formula D Seattle by Justin Shreeve

“Breaking Point” Formula Drift Rd. 5 Seattle from shreeveco on Vimeo.

So I just received an email from my friend Eddi Hughes from Nissan Pacific and Evergreen Drift. We were all kicking it at Red Robin in Monroe after the FD Seattle event, but our conversation was unfortunately cut short because my friends wanted to leave asap to get to the afterparty (rolling my eyes right now) at Spitfire. Good looking out for sending me this link and for sending me those texts while we were at Formula D, Eddi!

Here’s a video of Formula D Seattle, showcasing work by a local Oregon-based videographer named Justin Shreeve (actually, I just noticed that Justin left some comments on our “Formula D Seattle Part 3” post too). Justin definitely has shooting and editing skills… people better keep an eye on him! I’ve been saying it for days… the Pacific Northwest is one of the most slept on areas of the United States for car building, driving, and media talent! We Motor Mavens need to help shed some light on the rainy Northwest!

Great job on the video, Justin.  Nice to see some great work from up and coming videographers in the Evergreen scene! Hit us up! RESPECT!

:: Antonio Alvendia

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  1. Where do I begin? lol Great video man! I love your transitions. Rhys to Ross and Tanner to Tyler (very clever, and what’s weird is the drivers first letters are the same in each transitions! Creepy!) Also the intentional blur on the camera at 2:10 to match the song is just freaky! My only beef with the video is your exposure was not consistent. It was over then it was under then it was fine and it just kept repeating itself. Other then that it was very well done. Cheers! 😀

  2. @ Dax. You’re right. The exposure is a little sporadic. I was trying to give it some variety, but I think I went a bit too far. I just couldn’t justify not using good clips because of exposure because, in the end, it’s all about the driving for me. Thank you for the criticism. I still have much to learn.

  3. At first I thought this was gonna be another artsy fartsy drift vid. In the end tho I thought it was great! The music is especially a good fit.

    I just wish you guys would leave in some more car audio. Engines revving is a lot of fun to listen to.

    Good job!

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