View Full Version : Toronto G20 with a GH13.
07-26-2010, 02:45 PM
I have my settings, I'll post them when I find the file.
07-26-2010, 02:58 PM
One thing I do know about my settings: they were too high. I was using a Sandisk Class 6 Extreme III 30MB/s edition and since most everything I was shooting was fairly high-detail, I could only get 12-20 seconds of shooting before it overloaded it.
07-26-2010, 06:26 PM
That must have been frustrating! I like the shot where it racks focus from the guy to the broken window, haha.
07-27-2010, 11:48 PM
too bad about your too slow card, but you see the detail in every shot, it just looks so crisp!
I also like you music choice.
08-06-2010, 06:21 PM
David G. Smith
08-06-2010, 08:12 PM
Wow that was very cool. It looks like a very exciting gig. I once worked as a Paramedic, and my company was hired to be a private EMS service for the Ford Motor Company (FoMoCo) when a WTO meeting was held across the river from Detroit, in Windsor Ontario. I believe it was one of the first WTO meetings after "Seattle" The deal that was set up was that the anti-globalization protestors were given carte blanche access to an area of downtown Detroit called Hart Plaza (which was next to the FoMoCo controlled Renaissance Center, thus our job). The problem was, Hart Plaza is the Urban equivalent of "Box Canyon", like in the old westerns, and once the protestors got down there, they were totally "Box in" by more cops then I have ever seen in my life. Since the actual meeting was across the river in Canada, the border was shoot down. There were no appreciable incidents of protestor violence. My fondest, and most exciting, memories of the event were of sitting down at a long table of Detroit Police Officers, all in the riot regalia like in your film, and eating shrimp and prime rib, free of cost from FoMoCo. All of the DPD officers were laughing at how the protestors had been "Hoodwinked" in to accepting the deal to come to Detroit, and how the DPD, "Don't play" (and they f**king don't). Having politics that are more than a tad bit left of center, it was a very surreal event, and all I could think at the time was that it was just like a scene from the movie "Brazil".