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  1. Hey guys, I am very interested in entering the world of underwater camera work. I did the whole film school thing and have been working as a camera assistant in LA for 3 years now. I am SCUBA certified and I love the ocean, I actually grew up in Hawaii so I really feel more comfortable in the water than out of it! I have been trying to find a way into the underwater industry for a few months ever since I worked on a shoot that had its own underwater unit. So fascinating! I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice on where to start? I am planning on going into Hydroflex this weeken
  2. Hey Everyone! My name is Seth Compton, and I want to be on your camera team! I'm a hard worker with a large knowledge of industry standard gear & protocol who is eager to help push your camera team to the next level. I have experience in a variety of aspects in our industry from manufacturing to production. I guarantee you will find me to be one of the best, most friendly AC's you've worked with. I come with a full complement of tools to build/tech almost any set-up, and have references on the ready to back me up. I am currently working towards my union hours goal in order to become Local
  3. Hello all, I am doing cinematography for a friend's film, and I was contacted by a local camera operator who was interested in working on our set. Coming from sets with a minimal crew, I'm used to operating a camera by myself when doing cinematography, so this is going to be a first time thing for me. As I'm new to this process, I wonder -- how does the relationship between a DP and a camera op go? I understand DP's will sometimes take the camera to get the shot they want, and therefore trade off with the camera op on-set, but my question is directed more towards pre-production meetin
  4. Yesterday I came across a focus pulller operator workshop class which will be held here in Italy, starting next February. The class will have a duration of two (2) weekends, so I guess about 8 hours per day for two consecutive week ends, 4 days totally. I haven't had access to the detailed schedule yet but I assume, comparing to similar Labs they provide, that it won't be two full days: so may be the first day (say on saturday) you will get 8 hours and the second one maybe something less. It will be pretty much intense anyway, I guess. Now, I don't want to attach a link to this sch
  5. Hi, I currently work on a home improvement reality show and we use the Panasonic HDX 900. I am curious to see if anyone on this forum has a piece of gear that he or she may use to help lighten the load on the back. I began shooting reality about a year ago and I am really starting to feel it in my back and shoulders. Any help would be appreciated!
  6. Bury St Edmunds, UK: VintenĀ®, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company, is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of its renowned range of Vector pan and tilt heads. The seven pan and tilt heads that make up the range include the Vector 75, based on the ground breaking Vector 70 model, which camera operators rated so highly it quickly became the industry standard for both studio and OB applications. The family also incorporates the award winning Vector 430, the Vector 950 and Vector 750, which have received global praise for outstandingly smooth and responsive camera control. In tw
  7. Im shooting a short film this weekend and the director wants a shot of a man shovelling dirt off the "lens" to reveal the himself standing over a hole in the ground in the forest. a Very classic Breaking Bad shot. Would love any advice as to how I should accomplish this... I've rented a Wide angle low angle Prism for the shot and I'm planning on buying a big sheet of plexi glass to put over the camera and cover with dirt. Any ideas (besides digging a massive hole in the ground) Thanks, Cole
  8. RED Camera (Scarlet-X) Camera Package W/ Lenses. ( not insurance necessary ) Hello, I'm a Cinematographer / AC based out of LA and I travel anywhere. I want to learn about your project as I look for best ways to contribute. Demo Reel: http://www.usphotograph.com Please Contact via website or Cell: 310-936-619 four Gear: Red Scarlet-X 4K package w / Great lenses $350/Day ( Promotional offer ) I can DP or AC, Day rate $350. ( Promotional offer ) List of gear http://diegotorroija.com/portfolio-2/gear/ Also available, sliders, steady cam, lights, grip gear, sound gear. Clients include: Puma, P
  9. looking for a camera operator to shoot a web tv series january 8, 9 and 10 in the Lake Charles, Louisiana area (12 hours each day). Shooting on 5D's, all equipment will be provided. Very run and gun style. email me for more info: dp at davidpatino . com
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