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  1. A while back there was a member on the forum in NYC that complained their movie career was not evolving as fast as they had hoped. I can't remember all the details, but my feelings on that would be...if you can afford to live in NYC, even just, you are a success! Recently photographer Elliott Erwitt's NYC Central Park's residence came up for sale after he passed away. I seldom study NYC real estate prices. I could never even afford the co-op's maintenance fees, let alone the sales price. So, I was kinda shocked it was so high and it sold so fast. It is a whole different world in NYC. Erwitt had a little studio downstairs as well. Between the 2 co-ops, the monthly maintenance fee was just under $20,000 a month. Here are some of Erwitt's photos... <><><><> Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Archival Collection Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Small Gauge Film Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Advertising Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. VHS Video Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Popular Culture Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Audio Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Social Documentary Photography
  2. Here is the same film scanned on these 2 scanners. The Wolverine scanner seems to speed up the scans. Film synopsis: When a model needing money for her sick mom decides she does not want to pose nude, the beatnik photographer wrestles her to the ground to try and convince her to take her clothes off. NSFW Raw scan: Wolverine Reels 2Digital Movie Maker scan The First Time I Did It : Don Juan Amour / Daniel D. Teoli Jr. as archivist : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive Some post work: Retroscan Mark-I scan The First Time I Did It 8MM 2K D. D. Teoli Jr. A. C. : D. D. Teoli Jr. A. C. : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
  3. Hello guys, I've worked as a professional photographer, mostly in studio, for sex years now. Both fulltime and parttime / freelance. Im finally taking the step towards cinematography and it was greater than i expected. With my photography background, i have a lot of experience "for free" with lightning, composition and so on. The new part for me was new softwares, grading log footage, sound and the biggest part by far – story. I find it difficult, to write or make a short stories which is not to long, yet interesting and have a meaning of some kind. Also it have to be "doable" with little to no budget and as a one-man-crew production. Do you write all of your stories yourself? Or do you work with anyone who can help or come up with the ideas? Please feedback (mostly the imagery, since its in swedish - sorry) the video below. Its about how you have to appreciate the little things in your everyday life. It turned out to be like a mini-motivational video or whatever. Cheers!
  4. Hey my name is Alex I'm looking for new productions to document in the Bay Area. My website is: Alexlopezimages.com Email me if you're coming to town -Alex
  5. Hi all, i am heading to the Patagonia in a couple months to start production on an installation piece i am working on - i am shooting film footage on a 16mm Krasnogorsk-3 movie camera and wanted to get some tips or advice on what colour films that you might suggest for such a project. i am taking landscape shots which i plan to project and play on loop in slow motion to the point where the movie footage will appear to be a 'moving photograph' I'm based in Sydney and have done a small amount of research and have found a lab in victoria that offers Aviphot 200asa at 100' for $45au. does anyone have any experience with this film? or would you recommend it for landscape shots? any advice on this would be really greatly appreciated. thanks very much.
  6. I need some advice to help me decide on a Camera, and I'll give a quick run-down of my situation because I've seen others leave out details on the forum after a brief scan. I'm a Graphic Design student in Toronto, I'm in my 4rth year doing my Design Thesis, and over the past 2 years I've taken more motion graphics/VFX classes than anything else (which is strange to me in a design program mostly based on print and typography) none the less I've found myself heading in the direction of film. I've been doing photography for some time now, I mostly only shoot for personal, but it lead me into film making when I had my Nikon D3100 (by no means a great camera for video) I mostly shoot action sports up until now, some of the atheltes are taking on professional sponsorships for this year, so with that in mind I already needed to upgrade my gear to keep up with the level of deliverables. As of recently I had my camera gear all stolen from me, there is little to no chance I will ever see any of it again. My next intention is to pick up more professional level video camera, something between $2000 and $3500 (Canaidan dollars) and I have NO idea what to pick. Most skate/snowboard/action sport camera men I meet suggest Sony VX series cameras, which to me isn't so appealing, I don't want to be investing an already limited amount of money into something used. I have some minor technical idea of what I'm looking at from playing with my gopro and knowing DSLR technology pretty firmly, but digital camcorders still confuse me when I read the technical specifications, there's just a lot to take in. Beyond action, I do plan to step out into film making, and even hope to try my foot in areas I've studied like advertising. I've been mostly going off what's available to me from Henrys http://www.henrys.com/Categories/112-Pro-Video-Cameras.aspx So my question for those of you already experianced in this, what am I looking for? Anything right now is positive for me.
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