Monthly Archives: May 2013

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Creating a 3-d Effect with Pin Hole Camera

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Experimental Filmmaker – Rachel Maclean

“Maclean, a graduate from Edinburgh College of Art, is now Glasgow-based. She works largely in green screen composite video and digital print, often exhibiting this alongside props, costumes and related sculpture and painting. She is often the only actor or … Continue reading

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Les Bicknell Lecture and Q&A

Artist Les Bicknell gave a presentation today for our cohort of his work followed by a question and answer session. His work revolves around “books” and a deconstruction, reconstruction of what “bookness” is. He sees the world through this lens … Continue reading

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Side By Side – Digital vs. Chemical Filmmaking

Side By Side – Digital vs. Chemical Filmmaking

http://sidebysidethemovie.com/ A documentary chronicling the rise of digital filmmaking, and the changes to chemical film making. Some changes as expressed by the directors and cinematographers interviewed: “Dailies” have changed – you get instant playback (don’t have to wait overnight for … Continue reading

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Shopping List

Video projector Film projector? DSLR with HD Video Capablity Medium format film camera Green screen fabric for backgrounds Static lights Premiere and After Effects Plug Ins: http://aescripts.com/

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Mad Photo Assistant – lighting setups

Mad Photo Assistant – lighting setups

Tell all by a professional photo assistant. Lighting setups and gossip.  http://madphotoassistant.wordpress.com/

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Guess the lighting – blog for photography lighting

Guess the lighting – blog for photography lighting

This blog is based on retro-engineering the lighting used in published photography. It reconstructs the probable equipment and placement in order to re-create the same effects. http://guessthelighting.com/ 

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First Person “Shooter” POV with Sports Camera

This Russian short film maker uses a “sports camera” like a Go-pro or a Contour (which I own) to make action films. The “first person shooter” perspective is common in video gaming and very effective here. It’s also a method … Continue reading

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Andrew Huang – projections onto sculpture (2007)

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Making “Solipsist” – Andrew Thomas Huang

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