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Andrew Rawson

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About Andrew Rawson

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    Cinematographer
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    Los Angeles

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  1. Sony PMW-EX1. 322 hours firmware version 1.20 BC-U1 Battery Charger 1 - BP-U30 Medium Battery 2 - BP-U60 Large Batteries 1 - 16GB SxS Pro Card 2 - 8GB SxS Pro Cards Large Lens Hood and retractable lens cap DC Coupler USB Cable Sony Remote Pelican Case $3500 1 - Zibec ZC-EX Zoom Control $100 1 - Letus 35 Elite Adapter fitted for Nikon 1 -Canon Mount adapter $1400 Zacuto Z-UB3 Universal Base Plate and rods $400 RedRock Handheld Rig $200 RedRock Micro Follow Focus $300 RedRock Matte Box 4x4, 4x5.65 $700 Will sell items separately at prices listed above or as a complete package for $6400 This is a complete package ready to rock, Pelican cases for everything except the handheld mount I am hoping to sell locally in Los Angeles to avoid shipping Of course, I am open to anything so let me know and I can provide pics if needed Email me if interested: andrewrawson@icloud.com
  2. Sony PMW-EX1. 322 hours firmware version 1.20 BC-U1 Battery Charger 1 - BP-U30 Medium Battery 2 - BP-U60 Large Batteries 1 - 16GB SxS Pro Card 2 - 8GB SxS Pro Cards Large Lens Hood and retractable lens cap DC Coupler USB Cable Sony Remote Pelican Case 1 - Zibec ZC-EX Zoom Control 1 - Letus 35 Elite Adapter fitted for Nikon 1 -Canon Mount adapter Zacuto Z-UB3 Universal Base Plate and rods RedRock Handheld Rig RedRock Micro Follow Focus RedRock Matte Box 4x4, 4x5.65 Total asking price: $6,700 This is a complete package ready to rock, Pelican cases for everything except the handheld mount I am trying to avoid shipping this so I am hoping to sell to Los Angeles area only. I am also trying to sell this a a complete package. Of course, I am open to anything so let me know and I can provide pics if needed Email me if interested: andrewrawson@icloud.com
  3. Yeah the Schneider ND's are the best especially the new Platinum series which are hard to get your hands on. We have been doing several things , the first is after throwing the ND in white balancing to an 18% grey, this often times gets rid of the majority of the problem, from there our DIT talks the camera assistants in by tweaking kelvin, green and magenta to match both cameras. It's not an exact science but it's working for us.
  4. Gabriel Beristain did a great solar eclipse in Dolores Claiborne
  5. Just jump right in and start playing with it, FCP is very intuitive. I think one of the most helpful things for me was going to Lynda.com,(a great site to learn all kinds of software) pay $25 for a month and go through their tutorials. I taught myself FCP and Color using Lynda.com, there are some free tutorials as well in each subject to get you started and see if it's something you will be interested in. I am by no means fast or efficient like my professional editor friends but I can accomplish what I need to and it's very satisfying. Good Luck! Andy
  6. Looking for a neon artist in LA that could help us with some architectural lighting we are doing. The job would involve creating custom neon to enhance an art deco-ish city block we are building for a network television show. It's quite a bit of neon we would like to do and it involves mostly lining the contours of the buildings. Because of the amount of work and because it is a studio job I'm trying to find an individual who can give us a good deal before I start looking into the shops around town that do this work. If you are interested or know someone that you would recommend please send me a message and a link of your work if you have one through here. Thanks Andy
  7. Very interested, name your price and let me know what shipping scenario would be to Los Angeles. Thanks Andy
  8. Let me see if I can figure out how to post...they are in a .vwx format which means you need vectorworks to open them but I'm sure I can convert them. Using it on a half hour comedy series for ABC, 3 stages at Culver Studios.
  9. My vote is for Vectorworks, my gaffer and I both learned it this year as we put in a show on several stages. Little bit of a steep learning curve but that's where Lynda.com comes in handy, the tutorials there are excellent. While VW is mostly a theatrical tool most of the major lighting companies have add-ons so you can use their instruments as well (Arri, Mole, KinoFlo etc...). We would start with the production designers blueprints and just build our lighting plots on top of those. You can also assign all your dimmer channels and gel packages as well. I've been super impressed with it. Andy
  10. I would shoot color and then pull the color in post, that way all the information is there rather than shooting in grayscale. For instance if you want to add a little bit of color back in to the flesh tones the information is there already. I would also set my monitors on set to b&w if I knew the end product definitely wanted to be b&w just to make sure the contrast was where I wanted it to be. Andy
  11. I agree with David, the "Tube of Death" is what I usually use and you can smoke up a very large area with it. One method I particularly like when using the "Tube" is mixing traditional fog and dry ice that way you get a nice layer that stays close to the ground as well as the fog which dissipates into the atmosphere. Andy
  12. Anybody got one at a good price? Thanks Andy
  13. So funny...I just ran into him last week in a restaurant in downtown LA. Chatted with him for a while and like everybody here has said what a super nice guy. Said he's getting ready to shoot a small project on the "new RED". Not sure if that meant the Scarlet or what. He was such a great guy he told me to call him if I wanted to meet for lunch and talk further which when I get some free time I will certainly do! Andy
  14. Anybody got a used set of the 35mm SLR Zeiss T1.4 primes that Letus sells as a bundled kit. 28, 35, 50 85mm email me: arawson35@earthlink.net
  15. Looking for a good deal on a Panasonic 17" HD monitor. Must be in perfect shape. Thanks Andy arawson35@earthlink.net
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