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#1 Scott Spears

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Posted 20 March 2006 - 03:12 PM

I was shooting a film(Super-16) project recently and had to train one of our crew members on the slate, so that's where this tip originated. When you break it down, there are lots of little procedures which are all illumnated in this tip. This tip can apply to shooting video too, especially if you shoot using a sperate audio recorder and it's good for general record keeping to help your editor.

Check it out at: Scott Spears' Filmmaking Page

Hope you find this helpful.

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#2 Jan Weis

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 02:05 PM

I was shooting a film(Super-16) project recently and had to train one of our crew members on the slate, so that's where this tip originated. When you break it down, there are lots of little procedures which are all illumnated in this tip. This tip can apply to shooting video too, especially if you shoot using a sperate audio recorder and it's good for general record keeping to help your editor.

Check it out at: Scott Spears' Filmmaking Page

Hope you find this helpful.

Scott



I enjoyed your site a lot, i didnt just check out the slate video but also some of the text you've written. Anyways thanks for all the advice your site has to offer.

Now I have to read some more things you wrote.

thanks.


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#3 Scott Spears

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Posted 26 March 2006 - 10:06 AM

I'm glad you found my site helpful. It's just the teacher in me coming out.

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#4 Alex Ardenti

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Posted 07 April 2006 - 12:47 AM

I'm glad you found my site helpful. It's just the teacher in me coming out.

Scott


What an awesome site!
Thanks so much fro that.

Question: I saw on the video that you put the gels close to the light. Have you ever seen any gels melt or, heavens forbid, catch fire?

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