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  1. Hey guys, i would like to share with you the project i'm working on, it's called : FLIMit’s a free cinema screenshots database, you can search and find movie stills super easily. The research experience is especially design for the iconographic search and to find inspiration and ideas, Search by film, actor, director or cinematographer : each one got their cards where you will find a lot of informations to help you to find the perfect screen. Search by color : Pick one color and all the screens which got the same dominant color will be shown in the results. Search by elements in the screen : we use computer vision to detect elements present in the picture. We have now over 45K images from more than 1650 movies and every day we are adding more and more pictures.if you want to try it it's here : beta.flim.aii would love to have your feedback, what you like, what you don't like.I hope you will find it useful, and don’t hesitate to contact me for more infos or feedbacks.
  2. Hello, I just finished helping a friend of mine with a shoot and the DP on set had two tools with him. One being a light meter and the other one I couldn't figure out what it could be. He would take a reading with the light meter then he would take this tool out of his pocket and a green light would flash and then he would look at it, then adjust the film camera. I thought it could be a pocket camera but I have never seen it before. Just looking to see if anyone knows what this might be. Thanks,
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