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    UKP. DVD Easter Egg? Sounds like a contest to me!

    Who can guess what UKP stands for? What's the prize?


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    Ill send you a soggy couch drop that's been in my pocket for a month if you get it.....its cherry flavored......


    edit: Yeah.....its a couch drop....from a high location....it hits and splatters.....wood and stuffing everywhere.....
    Last edited by Bayne; 01-17-2007 at 02:40 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff_R
    Welcome to the fest!

    I like your poster design, are those digital stills or from the film itself? They look really nice.
    The images are slightly color enhanced frames from the footage.

    I'm glad you guys like the poster. JaronE - dude, I didn't know you were on here! Yes, the warm/cool is definitely intentional.

    UKP ... a few people affiliated with the production do know what it stands for, so it is not random lettering, but I don't think it's possible to *guess* it.

    IF


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayne
    Ill send you a soggy couch drop that's been in my pocket for a month if you get it.....its cherry flavored......
    Bayne,

    Ha! I was wondering what a 'soggy couch drop' was? My imagination went to the toilet until I realized that you meant 'cough drop'.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertE
    Bayne,

    Ha! I was wondering what a 'soggy couch drop' was? My imagination went to the toilet until I realized that you meant 'cough drop'.
    And this is why I dont write, and im behind the camera as crew.


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    ignatius,
    I saw your reel a while back and thought it was great so I can't wait to see what you and your crew do for this one.
    :: Jeremy Tuttle of DTC Productions ::

    :: DVXUSER Dramafest Entry - At the Park ::


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    I just checked out your reel, very nicely done, lots of great shots in there! What are you shooting UKP with? DVX or HVX, any mods or adapters?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremytuttle
    ignatius,
    I saw your reel a while back and thought it was great so I can't wait to see what you and your crew do for this one.
    Hi Jeremy, thank you. Yours was one of the first threads I checked out in the Dramafest forum and your poster kinda made me think about giving this one a shot. I'm looking foward to watching At The Park.

    IF


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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff_R
    I just checked out your reel, very nicely done, lots of great shots in there! What are you shooting UKP with? DVX or HVX, any mods or adapters?
    Hi Geoff, thank you too, I'm glad you dug the reel.

    We shot UKP with a stock DVX B in 24pa and in-camera Squeeze mode. I took a few days to determine what format I was going to use, and had the contest requirements allowed for it, I would have shot 4:3 and cropped to 16:9 or 2.35 (my personal favorite, but one I'm growing out of using on SD footage). Since the parameters specified an "anamorphic print", so to speak, I did tests with the in-camera sqeeze vs. an FCP stretch vs. a Photoshop stretch. I asked Will Stewart, who shot The Men Who Fell with an anamorphic adapter, what his opinion was on the adapter vs. in-camera squeeze and he thought the squeeze was only slightly softer than the image the Panasonic adapter gives. That made me confident enough to try it and I'm now glad Dramafest had such a requirement.

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    welcome to the party ignatius! I'm looking forward to checking your flick. Very very very slick poster. Makes you wonder what they are 'doing'

    cheers!
    /j


    justin r. durban -
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