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Christopher Vaughan

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About Christopher Vaughan

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    Dallas

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    http://LBDFilms.com
  1. Any Rosco or Apollo 12x12 gel should work fine, just c47 it to the barn doors.
  2. Its because you have removed all the light and shadow. Composite the original dark screen back over the top. That will give you back the off angle darkening around the edges (fresnel) and the reflections. Here is an example from a recent music video I did. Chris, LBD films
  3. Hey Guy, love your stuff! read a bunch on your website. I'm going to infer that this was single phase US household power (please correct me if i'm wrong), my question is after you rectified the AC to DC what are you using to smooth the ripple voltage and how much power is lost on a 1000w circuit? Is it half rectification or full? Just trying to decide if something like this is doable on house power or if I should look into a battery solution. Chris
  4. I am. The VES Handbook is also about $100 if you would like a cheaper option. https://www.amazon.com/VES-Handbook-Visual-Effects-Procedures/dp/B01FKS8W56/ref=mt_paperback?_encoding=UTF8&me=&qid=
  5. If you are interested in the development of the sodium vapor process and its evolution into green screen. it's covered very well here https://www.fxphd.com/details/402/
  6. Use a source four mini https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/984642-REG/etc_7063a1000_source_four_mini_with.html and lots of haze.
  7. You can have an electrician come out and do a 100+ amp tie in. Would probably be cheaper than a genny of the same size and solve your power problems.
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