Is Netflix aware that the vast majority of GoT was written by someone else? When they took over, the show clearly suffered. Unless these two find another book series as well written to adapt, I'd say this will prove to be a huge mistake.
Seems to be a disconnect between the title of the article and the subject of the article.
So, it's a $30 panel that requires a diffusion material that's listed as being $125 a roll?
Can I suggest using these templates as guides and resetting your sequence settings to match. Then get rid of it. This will create a final product that is actually in the desired aspect ratio instead of 16:9 with black bars. This is better for those posting to sites like YouTube which already add the bars. Also, when viewing those sites in widescreen mode, it'll add vertical bars as opposed to letting your film fill the screen, bc it sees your film as 16:9 and not the super cool cinematic ratio you're shooting for. It's an extra step, but worth it.
I'm interested in seeing the results of this. I often end up being a one-man-band and never thought about using the umbrellas for diffusion. In hind-sight, I feel like an idiot for not thinking of it sooner. I guess I always thought of them as photography accessories.
I never understood Steve's argument. He's afraid they may send him somewhere he may not want to go or keep him from going somewhere he thinks he should. Isn't he the one who was willing to do just about anything to join the Army? Being sent somewhere you may not want to go or not be able to go somewhere you want is kind of a big part of being in the military as a whole.