Okay.... some creative criticism for you:
slow down. You're moving around way too quickly, and making people dizzy, especially with all the twirling of the camera. This isn't the matrix, and you aren't doing bullet time
edit your music properly. It's choppy and best. It has to be smooth, so as not to distract from what should be a creative visual experience.
edit your video properly. It's choppy too.
You would do better to use a tripod and the zoom feature of your camera then to walk around everywhere. It gave the impression of an excitable teen doing his first shoot.
Picture quality was good. Music adaptation was ok.
One question for you, was this shot in a hotel in B.C. Canada? I swear I had my company Christmas dinner in the exact same room that you took the video in!
Better luck next time
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