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    ⁣Spent the beginning of the week in great company assisting @espritfilm and @kmg.agency on their @gates.underwater STO course! ⁣⁣

    Thanks to Dave Blackman, Micheal Pitt, Doug Allan and Mark Sharman for their inspirational talks and practical tips. ⁣⁣
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    After the training we were able to jump in the pool and play with the (very expensive) toys 😜🎥🧜‍♀️ Hopefully next time it will be in the open ocean... 🤞👌🏼⁣⁣
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    #behindthescenes #divingwithlegends #assisting #scubadiving #underwaterhousings #redcamera ⁣⁣

    ⁣Spent the beginning of the week in great company assisting @espritfilm and @kmg.agency on their @gates.underwater STO course! ⁣⁣
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Thanks to Dave Blackman, Micheal Pitt, Doug Allan and Mark Sharman for their inspirational talks and practical tips. ⁣⁣
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After the training we were able to jump in the pool and play with the (very expensive) toys 😜🎥🧜‍♀️ Hopefully next time it will be in the open ocean... 🤞👌🏼⁣⁣
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#behindthescenes #divingwithlegends #assisting #scubadiving #underwaterhousings  #redcamera ⁣⁣
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    I wrote in my diary when I was 7 that I was jealous of my sister bc she was a a better actor than me. I've known what I've wanted to be an actor as long as I can remember. @passioncity Thanks for reminding me that dreaming big requires sacrifice.

    I wrote in my diary when I was 7 that I was jealous of my sister bc she was a a better actor than me. I've known what I've wanted to be an actor as long as I can remember. @passioncity Thanks for reminding me that dreaming big requires sacrifice.
    10 1 16 minutes ago

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    Jibbing Overkill in studio for a cool music video concept. Black Magic Ursa Mini 4K flying at the end.

    Jibbing Overkill in studio for a cool music video concept. Black Magic Ursa Mini 4K flying at the end.
    1 1 17 minutes ago

    There’s an old cinematography aphorism that goes something like this “When in doubt, strike a 10k up their ass.” This is very true. Back-light is one of the simplest quick and dirty ways to make a shot that’s struggling to be cinematic, come together. This particular video by @mineiro_maquinista is another fascinating example of film lighting in motion. From the placement of the two vehicles, we can assume this shot is a tracking lateral profile shot probably between 35 and 85mms. There’s nothing particularly wrong with this way to do it. The fact is, if you’re a legit budgeted shoot, you’ve already closed the street, and you already have the crane and the pickup truck. This is another video that adds to the point I made earlier today. You have to be just as creative with the way you deploy lighting as you are with the way you deploy your camera. If you're considering what to buy next for your personal kit, consider versatility first. Don’t just buy into the marketing hype of the latest iterations of cameras and lenses. Go broad and cheap with your lineup before you drop more money for more prestigious gear. It is far more useful to have wide kit of cheap lenses and cheap lights, than to only have a few expensive ones. Your job is to solve artistic challenges all day long. Film gear is a tool, not a fetish object. Buy broad, be versatile.

    There’s an old cinematography aphorism that goes something like this “When in doubt, strike a 10k up their ass.” This is very true. Back-light is one of the simplest quick and dirty ways to make a shot that’s struggling to be cinematic, come together. This particular video by @mineiro_maquinista is another fascinating example of film lighting in motion. From the placement of the two vehicles, we can assume this shot is a tracking lateral profile shot probably between 35 and 85mms. There’s nothing particularly wrong with this way to do it. The fact is, if you’re a legit budgeted shoot, you’ve already closed the street, and you already have the crane and the pickup truck. This is another video that adds to the point I made earlier today. You have to be just as creative with the way you deploy lighting as you are with the way you deploy your camera. If you're considering what to buy next for your personal kit, consider versatility first. Don’t just buy into the marketing hype of the latest iterations of cameras and lenses. Go broad and cheap with your lineup before you drop more money for more prestigious gear. It is far more useful to have wide kit of cheap lenses and cheap lights, than to only have a few expensive ones. Your job is to solve artistic challenges all day long. Film gear is a tool, not a fetish object. Buy broad, be versatile.
    27 3 25 minutes ago

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