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Old 06-05-2017, 11:19 AM   #1
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[Jun 5] What are you working on this week?

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still need a daniel tosh type host.. girl from last week didn't work out when i interviewed her

I'm going to stand up comedy open mic night tonight and hopefully i find someone that fits
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My next short! Taking the tips / feedback I received from my first project to shoot a horror idea I've had for a while.
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Brainstorming several short films. Still saving up money for better equipment to livestream improv... might turn it into a podcast if it fails again.

Once I'm over this damn cold/AIDs that's been plaguing me for a long time, I'm going to shoot a short or two.
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Finally starting this screenplay after procrastinating for 2 weeks.
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Old 06-05-2017, 03:31 PM   #6
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Brainstorming several short films. Still saving up money for better equipment to livestream improv... might turn it into a podcast if it fails again.

Once I'm over this damn cold/AIDs that's been plaguing me for a long time, I'm going to shoot a short or two.
Whats wrong with the facebook app and a smartphone? Whole movies have been shot with a smart phone.
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Smartphone I have sucks. Just getting a decent webcam, then gonna try it on youtube live, then maybe twitch.

The improv has definitely become a side project for me, as I've rediscovered my love of filmmaking. I'm still glad I took like a year off to train in it. Writing and acting come so much easier now.

Maybe we'll try some live shows at the nearby college when we feel skilled enough.
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Old 06-05-2017, 07:36 PM   #8
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If the weather finally clears up, I will be practicing with my new (2nd) drone, considering getting a DJI Ronin, and possibly ordering a pair of Blackmagic Ursa Minis (EF).
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If the weather finally clears up, I will be practicing with my new (2nd) drone, considering getting a DJI Ronin, and possibly ordering a pair of Blackmagic Ursa Minis (EF).
Look at MoVI as well: more pricy, but half the weight.
Gimbal operation is heavy...
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Old 06-07-2017, 10:34 AM   #10
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This week:
- editing another event video.
- marketing! Need to fill my agenda with work.
- do things for my short 'Koekjes'

Just got some very nice reactions on this event video:

(shot on C100mk2, partly on MoVI M5 except timelapse: stills on 70D.
Most won't understand that this is an award show for Rotterdam Business Woman of the Year.
But I like to show the opening of the video: a little experiment.)
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Cool stuff!

I finished my script re-write recently for my next feature and this week at work I learned how to reconstruct the geometry of a scene in Nuke using point clouds
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two weeks in a row i waited at that open mic night and never got on stage.
anyone with experience gets cut to the front of the queue.

it would be a lot easier for me to mingle with these comics if I could get a little spotlight!!!
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Look at MoVI as well: more pricy, but half the weight.
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Thanks for the tip.
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two weeks in a row i waited at that open mic night and never got on stage.
anyone with experience gets cut to the front of the queue.

it would be a lot easier for me to mingle with these comics if I could get a little spotlight!!!
Open mics are tough. There's nothing worse than the anticipation before you finally get to the microphone. Especially at an open mic.
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Open mics are tough. There's nothing worse than the anticipation before you finally get to the microphone. Especially at an open mic.
Well at least I've got an extra couple of weeks to work on my set
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