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#1 Matthew OSullivan

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Posted 04 April 2008 - 04:53 PM

Hi all,

I'm wondering if anyone has experience with using LCD projection in place of scenic painting in a studio. I've been doing it here and there with decent results, using still photos of backyards or streets rear-projected onto screens outside windows and doors and such. So far we've been renting screens and projectors but now we're thinking of buying, which is actually a pretty big investment... wondering if anyone has any recommendations about specific screens, for rear and/or front projection, and any tips or just... whatever! Share your stories about this wonderful and fascinating topic! :P I'll keep this thread updated with anything useful I run into also.

We've been happy with the stills, and we want to move to video - drive bys, etc.

Thanks in advance!
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