I feel that casting often goes way overboard in their "requirements" for a simple part such as "Clipboard Girl." The simple and non-descript nature of this "part" was integral to her satire, with them asking all these irrelevant things.
Casting sometimes acts like only a Juilliard grad will do for a part like "Clipboard Girl" despite the fact that the onscreen time is likely 5 seconds, if not cut in the edit. I loved these videos. This is why we have gear and good instruction--to make art---and this, my friends, is art.
These guys are so cool! They are not making money from this as far as I understand (and might even lose money) and are creating such goodwill and genuine helpfulness! These are what values are all about.
I am wondering if I can download the new FCPX update 10.3 AND still keep my 10.2. Does anyone know if that is the default or will the update overwrite my current FCPX 10.2? I have a large project that is complete for the most part, but will require some updates, that I am not sure I want to migrate to the new version.
Juiced Link has already done this. Why no mention?http://www.juicedlink.com/products/dar124-little-darling-distributed-aud...
It seems to me that what the video is saying is that 3 point lighting is nothing more than a "term" and you need to be flexible and thoughtful to light any scene. The "3 point" system the video describes is anything but formulaic, instead being a very useful way to "think" about lighting a scene with any number of lights.
I don't believe many of the commenters here actually get this video, seemingly hung up on their own limited (traditional) definition of the term "3 point lighting," rather than what the video is expressing: a hugely expanded definition of the term "3 point lighting" as a way to see what lighting will work for your scene/shot. It has nothing to do with "3 specific lights."
Really appreciate and enjoy this video! Very informative and well done. An added bonus was the very useful real world stabilizer comparison and comments.
Kudos to John Hess and company!