...and small time rental house in Copenhagen.
I owned 3 Area 48s up till december 2015.... yes, they are awesome lights but the way they build up their accessories kits. It's way too pricey for what it is to build up a basic kit. You litterally have to buy everything that isn't the lamp housing.......
I mean even the bloody PSU was an accessory when I bought them :S
Thank you for this.... in a myriad of shallow and click bait so-called "master classes" this is very valuable. Openheartedness and sharing of information on this level resembles the kind of person people like Roger Deakins is.
Best wishes for you film, it's looks interesting, although I'm also biased towards this genre ;)
John Hess videoes always seem a bit too shallow for my taste.... Also hard to tell how much of this is resultacting.
Personally I'd go with this instead:http://www.hollywoodcamerawork.com/da_index.html
Fuck no..... Why the hell would I pay twice as much for a less intense experience?
You still have to buy snacks when watching at home, and if Im staying in, Im not getting anywhere near a cheap candy store, so Ill probably end up spending as much on candy as I would in the theatre.
And then the next point.... The one that we are all afraid to mention. What about the people pirating?
If you are not the type of person that would watch a movie on opening night, if you are able to wait for fx 2-3 months, a pirated version would be out and then again..... Pay 50$ or pirate it?
But again.... I go to the cinema for the experience purely... For the hype. Ill never get that at home.
Hehe... my first thought as well, that prize is cheap beyond reason, I don't care how much you love star wars. :)
Comes to mind:http://s3.amazonaws.com/theoatmeal-img/comics/exposure/exposure.png
Bricked how? Not enough battery? You became impatient? I read that phase 2 could take up to 15 minutes to complete.