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Dave Keen

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About Dave Keen

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  • Birthday 06/30/1975

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    NYC
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    Canon C100
  1. I think it's certainly worth lookin into how much a good vfx guy costs, even for this shoot. Would be worth it to learn from her/him AND get a nice product. Thanks guys!
  2. Woh...ok i opened up a large world here...jeez. So I'm not with a large company, I'm just a guy shooting video, so there's no experts on board to consult. I had no idea about the vastness of this...looks like I've got something new to learn about. My scene is a parody of a heads-up no-limit Hold Em scene, the simulated location: a casino. I wanted to move the camera on a 2 shot against a greenscreen. Or handheld. Not a big deal to keep it immobile. At this point it's more important to get the basic shot locked down. The cam mvt isn't so crucial. But i would like to ask: What's this parallax effect? How is it different from simply photographing movement where that which is closer appears to move faster than that which is farther away? When I look at these examples of course i sense something markedly different, but i can't put my finger on what precisely is going on. Is something exaggerated?
  3. Anyone have good pointers for setting up a chroma key situation for small-scale dolly & crane shots as well as hand held in front of green screen? Do I need different shapes or will crosses do? Do i need to place markers on a stationary object in the foreground of the acting area as well for reference points closer to camera to help DaVinci 16 or PrePro determine what's going on?
  4. There are scenes in dark places but the top lights are very bright and have a glare as well. Is that done with a lens filter or in post or are lights really that strong on set? I wanna shoot a poker table in a dark space with that type of top light... Tnx!
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