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What can't you do when your hand is broken?
chris layhe posted a topic in San Francisco, CA (US)Hey folks, Some bad news for me this week, following a nasty bicycle crash my left thumb is broken in 3 places and so I'm going to be out of commission as a DP until January... fortunately it doesn't affect my color grading work, so I'm starting to fill my schedule with more hours at the DaVinci on film, agency and corporate work. But that means good news for others - I've decided to put my complete Sony F5/AXS-R5, FS7/Odyssey 7Q+ and A7Sii camera packages, and Leica and RED lens packages up on ShareGrid as I hate to see them sitting idle, along with our audio package, support packages, lighting and a bunch of other stuff that will just be sitting in the storeroom gathering dust. The prices are very good considering what comes in each package and ShareGrid is simple to use with really nice insurance deals for short term rentals. You can see all of the individual deals at https://sfbay.sharegrid.com/en/people/chrislayhe, and do shout if you would like to see any different recipes up there for the next three months! Chris Chris Layhe CLAi 980 30th Avenue Santa Cruz California 95062 831.419.7590 Chris@CLAi.tv
Video Interview Series with DP, Jas Shelton
Brent Barbano posted a topic in General DiscussionHey guys, I'm a DP in LA but I also founded a company called ShareGrid, where filmmakers can rent gear to each other with integrated insurance. For our blog, I host interviews with filmmakers from our community about their experiences and we just recently released our newest series with DP, Jas Shelton (Keanu, Togetherness, The Stanford Prison Experiment). VIDEOS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaCcqdDN6m8F1evAkIl54Bz-ZTsw-7Fqc I would love for you guys to check it out. There's some valuable insight as Jas talks about how he became a DP out of film school, shooting with the Duplass Brothers, managing a crew, having a positive attitude on set and his visual strategy on his newest feature, Keanu (Key and Peele). I hope everyone enjoys the series and finds it helpful!