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David Rakoczy

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  • Birthday 05/26/1963

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  1. So we (were) edited! We certainly don't see this process applied to 99.9999% of the rest of the posts here on cinematography.com. How selective of you Tim. Users beware! Tim will swoop in (without any notice) and delete or alter portions of a conversation to fit (his) agenda and in doing so chase away those who (gave) a lot more than they (got). What a dishonest JERK! Adios cinematography.com.... adios!
  2. Mine went thru, it was quoted... then later vanished!
  3. OK... I feel better knowing I was not singled out. How ironic I thought, I have been banned from cinematography.com on a thread titled I have been banned from REDuser.com :lol: (well, I wasn't laughing earlier, but I can laugh now) :lol:
  4. Michael 'S', Per the rules of this forum, please go to My Controls and change your screen name to your first and last name. The Members thank you in advance.
  5. Can a Moderator/ Anyone explain what has happened? Why is my post suddenly missing... yet quoted in someone else's post? <_<
  6. <_< Interesting. My 6:07am post after Peter's post... of which Peter quotes a small selection at 8:50... is now missing(?) I believe I have been edited. Is that true?
  7. ...and you certainly can't apply it to the Stock Market! :o
  8. *Correction. John Brawley just sent me a copy of his Mini Worrall Geared Head Manual (thanks John!) and it states "it is the only Geared Head utilizing cable drive for both Pan and Tilt" and that it is capable of continuous Panning due to the 'continuous cable' used on the Pan. Thanks again John!
  9. What do you guys think? - Freya I think you missed your calling as an arbitrator :lol:
  10. Is RED a Cult? It sure is reading like one...
  11. Per the rules of this forum, do not double post. It only wastes the Member's time.
  12. Per the rules of this forum, do not double post. It only wastes the Member's time.
  13. Hear. Hear! A picture is worth a thousand words..... if not more.....
  14. Especially with the light leak at the bottom of the kitchen window! It makes for a nice image tho. Without the color contrast it would be pretty bland. I think the DP was wise to take that 'artistic license'.
  15. It also could be a Red with an Amber combo... With all that can be done in Post it is nearly impossible to tell what was exactly used. Same is true for the lamps... it could be (for example) a 1k... or a 2k scrimmed down... It is more important to know how to achieve that 'look' than 'exactly' how that one was accomplished. I would find something (or a combination of somethings) from a Lee swatch book and tweak the rest in post. The funny thing is, if you do not take this sample to your colorist (grading session), you may very well come up with something even better (for you).
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