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Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

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About Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

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  • Birthday 12/09/1954

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    Born in L.A....NYC is 2nd home...Rustbelt is home base.
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    Curator and Archivist for small gauge film and still photo archive.

    Highest level candid photography.

    World leader in circular fisheye and infrared flash street photography.

    Underground social documentary photography.

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  1. Nice work! Love the lighting and the whole look. Dragged a little for me I speed up the last half. Only thing I would change is for the mom's boob to flop out when she is under the bed. I see you got a big team on it. I was going to say you got talent. But will have to say your team has talent.
  2. Here is an old timer on film and projection. (22 min) You should make a section on the forum where we can put films or snips of films not looking for critique...just to share. These 'projection' films are pretty rare from what I can tell. Although I've only been around 16mm for a few years I've looked through over 10,000 reels of 16mm and many thousand reels of 8mm and have never seen any of the actual films on these subjects. Only digital copies.
  3. How motion pictures move and talk Just barley getting going with small gauge films. Learning the ropes with video processing, making titles, conversions, etc. Still need to learn about color and contrast grading and sound. Actually know next to nothing about it. But I do have about half a million feet of small gauge films that are fantastic. Many, many hundred films in the archive.(The vinegar is strong!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQA-aJ5lG-A&feature=youtu.be Sadly, about 60% - 70% are underground films and YT or Vimeo wont go for them. But I still have hopes about broadcasting online. Some of them the commercial scanners wont do. But I can bypass them, so that is not a prime concern. And I don't have the $$ to pay for commercial scans anyway. This is a film I adopted from a disc that someone else digitized eons ago. I have about 7 films on projectors and 16mm films. I've never seen any of them come to market to buy actual 16mm reels. Glad to be able to get the material any way I can. If a reel come to market, hopefully I can buy it and get a better version.
  4. SIX WAYS TO FILM LIKE A CINEMATOGRAPHER BUT THINK LIKE AN EDITOR https://www.diyphotography.net/six-ways-to-film-like-a-cinematographer-but-think-like-an-editor/?
  5. For archiving some old footage off a DVD is either as good for the job? The only thing I will be doing to the material is adding a title and turning into MP4. I may color grade possibly. Thanks
  6. Yes, 16mm 5 blade on ebay $700 +/-. Shoot with a video cam off the screen. If you have old shrunk film in bad shape, with broken sprockets, etc then you need sprocketless scanner. I keep buying lotto tickets for big time scanner, but no cooperation from lotto. Here is one example of poor man's transfer.
  7. OK, thanks, will study it up. Still trying to learn the ropes. With still photos I always work in TIFF and then when done I may convert to jpeg.
  8. OP..what are you scanning? Color neg with orange mask? If so, any flatbed scanner turns it into a unmasked positive. How did you get a drum scanner? Pretty rare and $$. Lets see an image of what your scanner produces.
  9. Something is better than nothing. Still works, so am happy about that. Thanks for the forum!
  10. I had a film on a DVD I converted to MP4 with Movavi. It came out as 156mb. I imported the 156mb file to Movie Maker and added a title. When I export as MP4 the 156mb ends up as a 634mb file. Why?? Title is only a few mb and is not the issue. I am working with plain MP4, nothing HD. Thanks
  11. Some of the printed material in my archive stinks like hell. The 'green' printers use vegetable based soy ink and it goes rancid. The printed material smells rancid. Crude oil based ink does not.
  12. You don't see many people using this cam nowadays Manhattan Marriage Bureau - December 2018 (Candid)
  13. Here is a little movie I made on the 'Girls of Instagram.' Really, it should be called the 'Thick Girls of Instagram.' (That is what the kids call the chubb dubs...THICK.) At night I will watch a little TV to relax and fire up my tablet to see what the fat girls of IG are doing. Good relaxation for the ADD mind. I wrote to a few of the girls to make some respectful suggestions to improve their photography and thanked them for their photos. The few ranting replies I got from them were terrible. Jesus, what nasty dispositions the girls have nowadays...just despicable. You would think they are man-hating lesbian separatists. So I gave up giving any advice. (BTW, if you want to improve your candid photography shoot your TV screen while watching TV. Great practice for timing and for learning to 'be at one' with your cam.) Last night I gave the IG thicks a look while watching TV and thought, some of these girls should be archived. So I took out a little Sony P&S and made a video of my tablet. A trend with some of the girls nowadays is to get injections in their butt to give it a 'shelf' look. Kinda adult content...but you can't get too adult with IG ...funny, with all this #METOO stuff, the girls require lots of attention. Some of the IG girls look to have lives that revolve around taking selfies and seeing how many likes they can get for their big butts.
  14. You have to color grade for different venues. Same with prints. Some papers requires different files for printing. Also a file for the monitor / internet viewing may be different from the print file. Here is an example of what I'm talking about with prints. https://danielteolijr.wordpress.com/2017/07/30/papers-and-printers-matter/ Just make a custom grading for YT.
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