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  1. You don't see many people using this cam nowadays Manhattan Marriage Bureau - December 2018 (Candid)
  2. If you have never been to Strand, give it a visit. Outstanding art and photo, cinema book sections as well as almost anything else you could want for books. The son of the founder just died and his daughter is running it now. You never know how long these family affairs keep going. Her kids may not want to take it over, so I figured I better archive the Strand a little. I visited the store before Xmas in Dec 2018. Spent about 1-1-/2 hours walking around. Shot 274 photos and just finished the first set. Still have lots more photos to look through. https://180thecircularfisheyeatlarge.home.blog/2019/02/12/strand-bookstore-nyc-set-1-of-3/ 4 floors of books and they claim 18 miles of books including their warehouse. 4th floor has some great lectures and presentation as well. It is a fixture of NYC. Here is photo of photographer Eggleston along with Steidl at the Strand. Internet Photo - Fair Use (forum blocked photo use)
  3. When it opened in January 1970, Westbeth became the first and largest federally subsidized artists’ colony in the country. https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-inside-new-yorks-remaining-artists-housing
  4. If you're shooting in the winter in NYC, work some steam into it. Even in the daytime, good steam possibilities. (If you do use steam, don't forget to give me some credit for creatives.)
  5. Hi everybody. I was wondering if anybody could give some advise on where I'd be good to apply for internships/entry level prep technician in NYC. I know Abel, Arri CSC, Adorama but I wanted to know if you know any other smaller/worth applying ones. Google is not being super helpful! Thanks so much, Davide
  6. Howdy, y'all- I'm a 27 year-old DP in the New York/New Jersey area and as I've been looking for more and more work over the years I feel that I have been hitting a wall. I come from a G&E background so I've been more used to forming relationships with DPs, owner/ops, and production companies, but I find getting work as a DP to be a different ballgame, so I wanted to know what the pros and cons of hiring an agent are- do they actually find you work, is the cost of hiring someone offset by the increase in gigs, is it better to wait until you join local 600 to hire an agent versus having one in the non-union world, what are some better agencies for less known DPs, is it better to hire someone local or can they be on the other side of the country, etc. etc. Any advice would be appreciated because anything's gotta be better than blindly giving resumes to people who don't know you or scouring Mandy.com. Thanks in advance!
  7. Hi, I'm currently a junior studying at NYU. I will be graduating around January 2015 and I am trying to plan for my future afterward. Long term, I'd like to become a cinematographer but I'd like to get there through gaffing because I genuinely enjoy working with lighting. I figure I gotta start getting grip and electric jobs. I am pretty skilled working with most basic to intermediate grip equipment and lights and am able to run power from breaker boxes to distro boxes to lights while adhering to the ring of fire. I'd prefer to join a union as soon as possible in order to get consistent work rather than freelancing too long. I'd love to stay in NYC if possible but it seems pretty difficult to get paying work for legit productions and impossible to get union gripping jobs without being in the union. From what I hear and can tell it is extremely difficult to join Local 52 the NYC gripping union. Alternatively, I could move to LA. Joining Local 728 seems decidedly easier than 52 with lower union dues. Also, from what I hear, it seems much easier to get legitimate production work in LA. Does anyone have advice on how to start gripping in NYC and joining the union? How much easier is it to get work in LA and how difficult is it to join 728? How plausible is it to join 728 soon after film school? Thanks guys.
  8. I'm working on 2 docs and would like to find a good colorist to work with. We're primarily shooting on a Sony NEX FS100. Thanks! drapershreeve@yahoo.com
  9. I'm working on 2 docs and would like to find a good colorist to work with. We're primarily shooting on a Sony NEX FS100. Thanks! drapershreeve@yahoo.com
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