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#1 Juha Leminen

Juha Leminen
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Posted 10 April 2009 - 05:16 AM

Hello



I want to show this 3D animation for those who have the skill of
good cinematography, its very different in 3D software to control
camera motion, in first hand it seem much easier but it isnt so
in all filmography its a time consuming task and you cannot
"catch the moment" .in short you have to think before you shoot
you cannot go with the flow. But now to the picture, I hope you
have good time watching this short Film Finn The Cat

My other half just mentioned from couch if I am writing a book
here so I guess I have to write some more. I started playing
on the field of motion images on Amiga computer with Deluxe
paint, you were able to draw still images and see those in animation.
Around those teenage and childhood years I had some phobia
of cameras, never wanted to take a photo or even touch a camera.
In High school in U.S. I had this sudden interest though to learn
everything I can about photography, from operation of aperture,
shutter speed to to developing of film and making of effects with
enlargener to photographic paper.

One college day during photography 2 hour course on morning hours
I walked to the photography class (MCTC was the college), walking
in to the classroom I saw advanced student on basic apple workstation
with negative scanner working on an image where a huge computer
was as building in the middle of the city of Hartford, CT. I still dont
know the students name but I was impressed at what he was cabaple
of making with the workstation. I knew that in darkroom that Image
wouldnt be possible to make in an instant. Thats when I knew I had to
learn those machines to be able to make images of what I could possible
imagine.

Well, I did indeed get sidetracked in learning the "machines" there was
too many things that interested about them and mostly too many possible
softwares. It was like a tangled net of PC, MAC and tons of different softwares.
Actually when I got into making short films I had crazy desire of use every kind
of possible software, computer and capturing methods of images possible.
I even bought Media 100 software books from what little money I had to read
all three of them even before getting allowance to use the machine in editing
room, I wanted to make every editing minute to count at the moment I would
be admitted to use the Editing station on my film ( Phase One ) which I directed.

As summ up, my desire these days is to work on one man edit projects from my
small home office which is just a U shaped desk which I made from some office table
with few tools I have in my tool box. For Digital tools I have Mac Pro, plenty of screen
space and a mess of softwares heh Like allways :). But to be honest, work I do on Shake,
Blender 3D software, well Gimp I have as my secret weapon lost my love at photoshop
sometime.

Mail can be allways tossed my way If I can be of assistance on a project e-mail


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