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  • in reply to: John Knoll – May 8, 2024 #215892
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      yes. first thing I thought, that would be. A very useful resource to see.  great episode. Most of my life has been spent in front of photoshop, nice to know one of the people behind so humble.

      in reply to: Thoughts on a short film I made? (one minute) #215807
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        lovely

         

        in reply to: Am I a rubbish cameraman or is it my autism? #215791
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          Looks really good to me. But  I do think there is an element within the artistic endeavour that you yourself must beleive in it as good or at the very least the possibility it will become good. Encouragement is important but the drive must come from within.

          I think making money is  just hard. There is obviously a correlation between the quality of ones work and the jobs you get but its hardly direct and at times not really fair.

          in reply to: dallas film commission episode #215243
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            I think it has a lot to do with the bar being set so very high for this podcast. Every guest usually is pretty much a world leader in their field.

            in reply to: What information should a Look Book be included? #215054
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              I found a “sizzle reel” (a short basic edit from existing movies) very fast , useful and an effective way to convey projects , especially to people who are outside the industry  who may not be used to some rough forms of creative notation. Several feature films have been green lit just from sizzle reels. Importantly for me It also means you can  use a piece of music or audio design that helps convey an atmosphere that often can be difficult to convey in text or image.

              in reply to: Thoughts on books by Blain Brown #214837
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                Its funny but that is the thing that keeps coming out of the podcasts , there is no one way and also the process as an important life experience. Roger said something few weeks back that really struck me, about not wanting to spend months inside a green screen studio.

                in reply to: BVK – Mar 1, 2023 #186149
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                  Yet another great episode , and quite interestingly one in which Roger and James talk much more (than any other episode) about themselves and their life/work. As such I learnt a lot. thank you. SP

                  in reply to: Tarkovsky Film -Stalker #174146
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                    Stalker is one of my favourite films. It occurred to me some years ago that is a film where nothing actually happens (aside from the the brief chase in the beginning) It is is just 3 old men talking about and fearing some existential event,  that is for over an hour almost about to happen any second. Genius!!!!. Even the main protagonists interactions with his family are veiled references to things that have already happened or will probably happen again. In many ways it is what last of the summer wine could have been.

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