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    Oh and I should add for Bill,

    ANother reason to go for tungsten as "daylight" was because I didn't want very orange candles.

    By shooting 3200K wb in camera, the candles were still warm (usually around 2600K) but if I'd shot 5600k on stage for daylight then the candles in day scenes would be SUPER orange as would the light they would put out.

    So it made sense to shoot 3200K all the time (dan and night) and make tungsten uncorrected the daylight colour.

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    Thanks for taking the time to write these up, John. Looking forward to our paths crossing again some day.
    Appreciate the G&E package you posted as well.

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by bill totolo View Post
    Thanks for taking the time to write these up, John. Looking forward to our paths crossing again some day.
    Appreciate the G&E package you posted as well.

    Cheers,

    Cheers Bill, and yeah hope to cross paths again sometime soon ! I’ve got to go back to LA in a few weeks to errr...pick something up so might try and say hi then !

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    Blackmagic's hand strap stock just went up

    Congratulations on your continued success!

    I still have the BMCC's firework and pool girl DNGs somewhere on a hard drive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by John Brawley View Post
    Pretty cool, but they're missing a lot of the detail you gave in your interview here!


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    Nice right up, bravo! Congrats!


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    Just to update everyone on the current situation... it appears "Huzzah!" has become my new go-to phrase on set when things actually go the way we plan.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grug View Post
    Just to update everyone on the current situation... it appears "Huzzah!" has become my new go-to phrase on set when things actually go the way we plan.
    copy that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grug View Post
    Just to update everyone on the current situation... it appears "Huzzah!" has become my new go-to phrase on set when things actually go the way we plan.
    Mate, after the first week on set everyone was saying it.....!

    We thought the wrap gift should be vodka glasses we could smash.....

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