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Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 13:59 Quote
gee-milner wrote:
have you heard of the latest invention called a car? I hear you can get in one, and drive to a better location.



it doent matter where he drives, he will still need a shaded location for his child molesting video's Wink

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 16:12 Quote
Got a job as a mic boom operator/ slave. My arms got killed after 10 minutes.

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 16:14 Quote
joram-adams wrote:
Got a job as a mic boom operator/ slave. My arms got killed after 10 minutes.

Gotta rest it behind your head/neck which works for me.

Because I'm 6' 4".

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 16:39 Quote
joram-adams wrote:
Got a job as a mic boom operator/ slave. My arms got killed after 10 minutes.

it's better than working in a dish pit..

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 16:47 Quote
I am currently using final cut pro and i am thinking of switching over to pro X. So i am wondering whether it is worth it or not and whether any one has experience with both.

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 17:02 Quote
mtbwoodtrails wrote:
I am currently using final cut pro and i am thinking of switching over to pro X. So i am wondering whether it is worth it or not and whether any one has experience with both.

Download the trial. It's such an oddball way of editing there's no explaining it.

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 17:49 Quote
mtbwoodtrails wrote:
I am currently using final cut pro and i am thinking of switching over to pro X. So i am wondering whether it is worth it or not and whether any one has experience with both.

Pirate

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 19:13 Quote
Not biking related, but any tips on filming a night scene for my short film?

Should I actually film it at night (we have access to proper lights) or shoot during the day and use after effects to make it look like night?

Just if I film it at night wouldnt the lights just make it look unatural?

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 19:44 Quote
epavichthesavage wrote:
joram-adams wrote:
Got a job as a mic boom operator/ slave. My arms got killed after 10 minutes.

it's better than working in a dish pit..

Or processing raw timber.

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 19:45 Quote
So who has played Slender? Game looks so sick.

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 19:50 Quote
Ompalompa wrote:
Not biking related, but any tips on filming a night scene for my short film?

Should I actually film it at night (we have access to proper lights) or (1) shoot during the day and use after effects to make it look like night?

(2) Just if I film it at night wouldnt the lights just make it look unatural?

(1) never never never do this UNLESS it is 100% cloudy soft sky

(2) this is where significant technical knowledge of light direction and colors are extremely important.

If your scene is near a wearhouse building, you can get away with using shop lights putting them at least 15 ft in the air, used as an edge light, never as the key light.

If your scene is in a forest or near a wooded house, it's 50x harder because no matter what, you need some sort of 'moon light' aka a blue back light.

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 19:53 Quote
Ok thanks, I will have to hook our lights up to the generator, but it should look alot better.

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 21:01 Quote
StuHaight wrote:
mtbwoodtrails wrote:
I am currently using final cut pro and i am thinking of switching over to pro X. So i am wondering whether it is worth it or not and whether any one has experience with both.

Download the trial. It's such an oddball way of editing there's no explaining it.

Haha ok, is it odd in a good way though?

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 21:05 Quote
Kornowski wrote:
StuHaight wrote:
elliotgraham wrote:


Well not really, I'm just pointing out that on an ANY day after like 11AM, the light isn't great ANYWHERE..

Pine forest?

UK.


I really dont understand. I was filming all day sunday from 10Am to about 7PM and didnt go above 320ISO in dense forest. Yall are f*cked up.

Posted: Aug 22, 2012 at 21:18 Quote
mtbwoodtrails wrote:
StuHaight wrote:
mtbwoodtrails wrote:
I am currently using final cut pro and i am thinking of switching over to pro X. So i am wondering whether it is worth it or not and whether any one has experience with both.

Download the trial. It's such an oddball way of editing there's no explaining it.

Haha ok, is it odd in a good way though?
Most people don't like it cuz its so different and hard to get use too but if you haven't used anything else very much you might like it.


 
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