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bio website dwwilson66.com
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Visual Communications Professional with a background in technology. In the thick of learning Java, PHP & MySQL to augment my web skills. I'm taking a shine to programming a lot more than I thought I would.


Apr
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awarded  Commentator
Apr
7
comment What media can I legally include into my videos?
Becoming informed while not being able to afford a lawyer: Mark Litwak's "Contracts for the Film and Television Industry". Find it used at www.half.com. Visit filmcontracts.net & read their terms of use. Royalty-free music is tricky. Royalty-free means you don't pay a per-use fee: it's a flat fee and you have the right to use it under the conditions of the use agreement. incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/faq.html explains this guy's license. Pay close attention to attribution, it changes depending on how you license the work. One is free, one is paid. Also check out creative commons.
Apr
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answered What media can I legally include into my videos?
Mar
30
answered How to make a fake 3d effect (The Matrix 3d rotation style) from 2 video sources?
Mar
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answered How to make a fake 3d effect (The Matrix 3d rotation style) from 2 video sources?
Mar
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answered Slow HD video whilst editing
Mar
16
answered Filming a football game from inside the goal. Which camera is best?
Mar
15
answered About film making techniques
Mar
15
answered Whats the difference between a sekonic light meter CINE version vs non-cine version
Mar
15
answered Music video lighting with small budget?
Mar
15
comment Halogen brightness for video
And blackwrap is smaller than a case full of barndoors, can be shaped into snoots or manipulated into complex angles and shapes to follow contours on the set, punched into a cookie, or ripped into strips as a makeshift finger. Best. Invention. Ever. It's safed my a** many times when I ran into something unexpected on location.
Mar
15
awarded  Editor
Mar
15
comment What are some good accessories for a DSLR video recording setup?
No genlock, I just use a slate. Hey, if it's good enough for hollywood... :) Take a little more time in post, but that's what we're stuck with. Some DSLRs have headphone jack inputs...but no real way to control levels, so you may get crap audio even if you're using good mics. Double-system is the way to go for now...
Mar
15
comment Halogen brightness for video
Excellent point that I completely forgot about. Yes, the color temp will get warmer as you dim. I've never run into a circumstance where I've gotten too warm for video's white balance setting, but if shooting film, I have a lot of CTB in my kit (color-to-blue gel) at varying densities. That'll help cool the color down. Of course, that cuts the light, too, so you need to get brighter, which leads to the need for less CTB and then you have more light...it's a balancing act. Color temp meters help find that sweet spot.
Mar
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Mar
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answered Halogen brightness for video
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answered What are some good accessories for a DSLR video recording setup?
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