I just want to make movies
The Dakota Access Pipeline is unlike any protest I've been alive for. The Police are incredibly violent. The documentarian, Deia Schlosberg is facing a 45 years in prison. This is war journalism. I watched a video of a Native American grandmother praying with a praying stick then a cop yelled she had a gun and they beat her till she couldn't scream anymore. The police have been arresting people, stripping them of their clothes and putting them in dog cages. Currently, the United Nations is investigating human rights abuses. Horses are being shot to death by police with Native Americans riding them. You need to be protected from the sound canons being used. If I was making a documentary I would address celebrities that are trying to get Obama's and Hillary's attention. It would be a lot less dangerous, I hope everyone is safe and please be careful to stay away from the police up there. It just takes one of them to say your camera is a gun. Which has happened different protests in the past. Please just be careful when filming there, you will be targeted.
His contrast ratios on the face are insane. Honestly, his best work was when he was paying homage to Vilmos Zsigmond in the film Super 8.
It's from the film "It Follows"
You need to watch it. I haven't had sex since I've seen it... I'm so alone...
David is not a role model. He is abusive. He once put young Christopher Nolan in a headlock so he could get Jude Law off his film. He's been accused of sexual harassment before as well on set.
This New York Times article goes into a few of his creepy tendencies.http://www.nytimes.com/2004/09/19/movies/the-nudist-buddhist-borderlinea...
He is not a model for aspiring filmmakers. He also began to destroy the set and called Lily Tomlin a c**t while the cameras were rolling. The crew had to be escorted out for safety. This is not something to glaze over. The studio allows David to keep going with his violent tendencies. We need to stop applauding him.
Here's the link: https://youtu.be/7SG43wa7Alo
I learned after shooting for Discovery channel, you have to react to the situation just like your subject. If a car engine blows up in the background, you follow whatever your subject is going to do. (It was a really crazy situation on a drag racing show)
I like to keep the camera free and light for the whole room. Just be ready for everything. You can't be thinking of what how your s.o threatened to leave you. You have to be in the moment. We need more inspiring people like Kirsten.
I remember when I picked up my first drone, the phantom 1. I thought it was so cool, I took it everywhere. I even attached neon lights to the bottom that changed color! One day I was flying my drone under a bridge in LA when I was approached by a gang. They said they were a drone street racing gang and they liked the way I flew. I asked why it wasn't sky racing and they threaten to break my arm. I took up the name Tiny Rocket. Our first race was with the Latin Wings. That's when I realized I was racing against the most beautiful woman I had ever seen! She smiled at me. Could she like me back? A gun shot went off and the drones took off, my drone felt heavy for some reason. I noticed a trigger was attached to my controller. My gang boss leaned over my shoulder and whispered"You got problem Tiny Rocket? That's a mini gun mount attached to your drone. You gotta take that little Latina out!" I asked "Wait her or the drone?" He just sat there smiling.
I quickly maneuvered through the race, I was winning! Sirens!
Quickly I drove the drone behind the cops and pulled the trigger! Sparks flew out from the drone. I hit the rear tires forcing the vehicle to flip in the air. I screamed "Yes!!!" I turned around. Everyone was in shock! I looked around, the woman I liked, looked deeply disturbed. The gang boss was crying. "What's wrong with you man? He coulda had kids." Frightened I ran off. I swore never to touch another drone. This new DJI drone sounds promising. Hoping to see more footage!