At 0:48 there is your answer - colored LEDs. Similar effects can be achieved with PARs.
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03-20-2015, 04:58 PM
This. Cut notches into the pin so the light's yolk can grip onto something.
FYI, most of your "day workers" and NOT independent contractors - they are you employees - so you should be running them through payroll.
Sachtler = crap service.
Don't know about Miller.
No rule. Back in the day i shot shorts i would get paid at the end of the shoot.
Glass broke from heat on a 300w, knob on 650w turned to dust when gaffer tried to tighten the light.
03-12-2015, 09:17 PM
Great, that actually helps a lot!
03-12-2015, 04:12 PM
So the editor of Amer Cinematographer asked me to write a piece about the film. What would be the most interesting aspect of it for fellow DPs? Would it be technical way to achieve the images or...
03-10-2015, 09:54 AM
RR didn't take us but a mega doc festival up north in Toronto did. That one is opening lost of doors for you.
Thanks for the offer though!!
03-09-2015, 09:59 PM
You know what i have discovered about film festivals.... Nobody watches your film until someone tells them to. And unfortunately Australia is too far for me to say, i know so and so at such and such...
03-09-2015, 05:30 PM
This was all h264 on 7d.
When you projecting from DCP somehow the image ends up looking crispier and more "delicious."
I remember in 20o7 having a film shot on DVX100 projected (from 35mm print...
03-08-2015, 11:22 PM
The production involved 45 shoot days.
You can find some BTS images here:
03-08-2015, 06:31 PM
Guys, just wanted to share that my doc film got an award for Best Cinematography at Salem Film Fest.
Stephen Pizzello - the Editor-in-Chief of American Cinematographer called it "one of the more...
03-04-2015, 03:23 PM
watch the interview how to read the data here:
02-26-2015, 04:10 PM
-- ability to manage people
-- ability to listen
-- ability to be humble (knowing their packing stack)
-- ability to commit to an idea
-- ability to think on their toes
-- ability to spot the...
Build quality on those LitePanels Astras is comical. You can feel the plastic under your fingers just waiting to break. LPs used to come in metal cases but a few years ago they switched to plastic......
02-22-2015, 02:54 PM
Obviously i understand the ideal situation: go back to the sound mixer. But at this stage i can't afford it (we used a mixing place that costs more then we can chew on). So i'm looking for 2nd best...
02-21-2015, 02:47 PM
It was encoded to 5.1 from sound mixer but i still need to make some small changes.
I'm using Avid MC6 and the final is to print a DCP for festivals. As such it should stay as 5.1.
02-21-2015, 02:13 PM
Exporting tracks to 5.1 mix after minor adjustments in the Avid... Do you take each track and pan it L or R (depending on which channel they supposes to hit) or keep it centered (as each track is...
Yup, you can still get spare parts from:
LTM at 818-780-9828
Galaxy Repair at 661-946-3373
In the past few weeks i got a number of spare parts from them - that said some spare parts a very hard...
Sometimes they ask for an estimate with a final invoice stating the actual prices after the job.
Sometimes they want a contract with an estimate.
What, in turn, gets me is the lack of appreciation for language in some filmmakers (both actual and implied - what it all means based on verbal and non verbal cues). Just because YOU read into...
01-30-2015, 03:44 PM
I used to do a lot of DIY (sometimes still modify some pro parts to fit my needs) but i would not recommend going that route. Basically you will never have the longevity, portability, control that a...
To say as he does that what matters is what looks good show either 1.) incredibly misunderstanding about the potential for the art of cinematography (as many times it's what does NOT look good ends...
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