|This is a British riot helmet. Probably used to put down a miners strike. In any case, it has much better use here as a helmet of the Terran Defense Force. |
I have not gotten the reel number to actually match the day number in several movies now. I really have to work on it.
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|Maduka Steady cops his best rock-star pose as Linus in Android Masquerade. |
|Kate Britton is suited up and ready to fight some robots. |
|Here's Kate geared up (but in front of a grey background.)|
|Over-the-shoulder I found this great reflection in the red-dot scope which Joe had put on our 11mm paintgun. |
|Jared Van Heel smiles knowing this was the martini of the day. |
I've been experimenting with changing the color temperature of the white balance scene to scene. This, to me, is a bit interesting. We can swing to blue (I think the bulk of the day was shot at about 3300K) or very bronze (when making the color temperature more like 10,000K).
Man, the GH3 at the highest bit rate sure does use up hard drive space. I do hope it's worthwhile to shoot at a high bit rate. Hopefully that means the lowest couple of stops will be boostable cleanly. We'll find out.
I have to figure out if we want to edit on Premiere or Final Cut. One huge advantage for Premiere is that it'll edit the h264 files without becoming cranky. With Final Cut we'd have to transcode all the footage.
The GH3 does a weird thing -- the picture doesn't seem to come into focus until I go into record. I don't know what's up with that.
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