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Roy Leon

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About Roy Leon

  • Rank
    New
  • Birthday 02/02/1977

Profile Information

  • Occupation
    Producer
  • Location
    Los Angeles
  • Specialties
    Movies and MMA

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://www.blarevideo.com
  • Skype
    roy.leon5
  1. High Dynamic Range in video! Is it possible to capture High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDRI or HDR) with a video camera? HDR techniques have been used by photographers to reproduce an image with greater dynamic range of luminosity than can be achieved by standard digital photographic techniques. Dynamic Range is the ratio of light to dark in a photograph. Normally when taking a picture you have to set your exposure to one f-stop. Anything far above that stop will appear very bright sometimes blown out, and something to far below that stop will look too dark. Basically you lose detail in areas
  2. Whether you are considering your options for you next TV Commercial, Music Video, or Corporate video you owe it to yourself to explore the 4k camera options. Everyone would like the best quality. However, budgets can limit it. Many might be surprised to find out the cost that goes with the 4k cameras is not that prohibitive. It is definitely true, especially now with newer, better, and less expensive cameras coming on the market. A warning, just because you have one of the 4k cameras, it does not mean the final product is going to be substantially better. Lenses, lighting, and your camera op
  3. We are currently looking for freelance camera operators with and without equipment to book for shoots in Los Angeles and Southern California. We typically book out camera operators, directors, grips & production assistants based on equipment provided and experience. Please submit your resume and reel for consideration. Los Angeles Video Production
  4. Great job setting up those shots! Los Angeles Video Production
  5. This was very helpful. Thanks! Los Angeles Video Production
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