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Ed Conley

Member Since 17 Sep 2010
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In Topic: Gripping Injuries?

Today, 10:57 AM

yeah- he then and went played some hoops after his injury.

 

 

I said work smart- whether it be on a union shoot or a non-union shoot.

 

 

We work with the same grip as motion.

 

 

 

Same stage power- 

Same 500-1000amp Tow plants. 

same 5-wire

same bates cable

same stingers

 

and by gosh sometimes we even use 1k lights on stands that might be 7 feet up.

 

 

Again- I support unions.

Tomorrow we will be at Universal- Union.  :) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


In Topic: Gripping Injuries?

Yesterday, 01:07 PM

There are plenty of non union shoots that go on without injury.

My world is print. We do not have any unions. We are not flooded with injuries. 

My "other" title is because there isn't a choice for Still Photography equipment rental shop owner.

If you don't want to work on a low budget shoot then don't do it and certainly do not do anything that could injure you. You have to make those decisions.

 

I am not against unions and I support them.

 

 

A DP could hurt his back by reaching over a production table to pick up a camera rather than walk around the table to get a better grip.


In Topic: Gripping Injuries?

11 July 2018 - 11:51 AM

 

 

Not by the DOP though.. or at least it would have been a 2 person job.. taking a 1K off a 7.5 feet high rail by yourself ..!..Im just saying generally a properly crewed set will have less injuries than a tried over worked DP doing the grips/sparks job too.. thats pretty much common sense no..?

 

 

cameras weigh more than that 1k :)


In Topic: Gripping Injuries?

09 July 2018 - 11:34 AM

This injury could have occurred on a union shoot too.


In Topic: Basic Question before buying a Kino Flo

29 June 2018 - 11:10 AM

The image is too small for me to make anything out... at a glance they seem fine.

 

Aren't the quasar tubes like... really expesnive? How long do they last?

 

Depends which ones you buy.

 

The Led T-8 bulbs are relatively cheap but you also need their wiring harness.

The QED Crossfade are more $$ 4' Bulb is $275.00

Rainbow 4' is $599.00


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