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Old July 26th, 2012, 10:37 AM   #136
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Re: Long-term event editing opportunity

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1. How are you recording sound to the DSLR's ?
iriver microphones are close-mic'd to the groom, pastor, lectern and house mic at the ceremony. At the reception an iriver with a stub mic is gaffer taped to the toast mic and a Tascam DR-07 records the band/dj audio

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2, How are you currently handling music clearances.

I use buy out music for some of my edits and popular music for others. Editors on the list can choose to use whatever they like.

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Old July 26th, 2012, 10:52 AM   #137
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Re: Long-term event editing opportunity

Hi Warren,

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1. What happens if the couple is not happy with the final edit?
The editing is an agreement between the couple and the editor, so those stipulations would have to be spelled out beforehand.

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2. What if the editor gets sick or hurt, and can't complete a job he started?
Ditto to the first answer.

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3. Is the final product ultimately your work, or the editor's?
That can be handled however the editor would like. The couple owns the footage with no restriction, so I suppose it depends on the wording of the agreement between the couple and the editor whether or not it can be used as a sample by the editor. I personally wouldn't mind - in fact I'd funnel more work to an editor that had worked with my footage and edited a final piece that the couple could view.

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4. What if the editor realizes that he exceeded his estimated allotted time, and needs more time and money to complete the project due to unforeseen obstacles in the footage?
Again - see the answer to question 1. As for the way I shoot - I'd be willing to send an editor that is serious about being on the list a wedding on a drive to look through so they'd know how to charge for the edit. I shoot all weddings to the same degree, so they'd all be similar in terms of the amount, quality, style and the need for color correction, noise reduction and/or stabilization.
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Old July 26th, 2012, 11:32 AM   #138
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UK:Wedding shooter, 31st July, Manchester

Hi,

Need a 2nd shooter for wedding in Manchester on the 31st, also 1st/2nd Sept in Manchester area if this shoot works out,

please PM me with kit/rates and showreel wedding link,

also have bookings nationwide coming up so please get in touch if your a wedding shooter anywhere in the UK as I'm trying to build a contact list,

we shoot with Panasonic AF101/HMC150/GH2 and edit on FCP7 (transition to CS6 premiere pro soon)

Thanks!

Luke

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Old July 26th, 2012, 04:53 PM   #139
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Re: UK:Wedding shooter, 31st July, Manchester

Hi Luke. Do you have a website ?
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Old July 27th, 2012, 04:55 AM   #140
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Re: UK:Wedding shooter, 31st July, Manchester

Hi Colin,

you can find previous wedding highlight video's at:

https://vimeo.com/user7553442,

I do a lot of work with these photographers who also host some of my video content:

indigoimages.co.uk

my new site is currently construction at High Life Productions | Video production, Creative videos
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Old July 27th, 2012, 01:24 PM   #141
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Massachusetts Wedding Video Assistant

Hey, looking for someone to help with a few weddings in MA. Don't need to have gear or anything necessarily, mainly just want help keeping track of gear, and doing some simple second shooting during the ceremony and whatnot. Would be willing to take someone who is new and looking for experience/references. Definitely need someone for a wedding August 17th in Kingston.
Portfolio and contact info at EBourcier Creative

Thanks,
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Old July 29th, 2012, 03:11 PM   #142
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Looking for an open position!

I'm posting this for a friend who was the VP of Entertainment for a major baseball group. She is looking for another position to take advantage of her entertainment management, design and creation experience. If anybody has any leads please let me know.

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Old July 30th, 2012, 10:49 AM   #143
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Seeking Shooter and Sound for 3 day shoot - week of 8/20/12

Seeking crew for a three (3) day industrial shoot in the Chicago area during the week of August 20th. Specific dates will be set soon. Here's who we need:

-2nd Cam (B-cam) DSLR owner/operator (APS-C sensor preferred - Canon required) with zoom lenses (f/4 or faster). Documentary experience a must (must be exhibited on your reel).

-Sound mixer with gear; boom, 2 wireless lavs, mixer and a multi-track recorder

-Local lighting and tripod hire. 2x Kino Diva 400 or similar (equivalent models in non Kino Flo brands will be fine). Fluid head tripod capable of supporting a medium DSLR kit (no rails but lenses on the heavier side). If one of the above crew members have any of this available, we'd prefer to rent directly from you than go through a separate party.

Please send rates and reels to dave@kineticfin.com

Thanks.

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Old July 31st, 2012, 08:24 AM   #144
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Re: Seeking Shooter and Sound for 3 day shoot - week of 8/20/12

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Old August 1st, 2012, 01:40 PM   #145
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Google earth pro video for me

I recently went on a missions trip to Zacapa, Guatemala. I'm putting together a video and would like to start it out with the Google animation video from the globe to Zacapa.

The trial version does not offer that, as far as I can tell, and I don't need the $400.00 version.

Can anyone record that for me in the highest definiton possible, and charge me what you think it's worth through Paypal, etc.
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Old August 1st, 2012, 05:25 PM   #146
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Re: Google earth pro video for me

I'm not acquainted with functionality or quality of Google animation, but if you wanted just a basic google earth zoom in, you might consider a video capture program like snapz pro for the mac which would capture the screen animation of the initial zoom.
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Old August 2nd, 2012, 11:08 AM   #147
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Casting Call for Technophiles

Hello all,

Im doing some development work on a large-scale reality competition television series that deals with intelligence gathering, tactics and strategic thinking.

Im reaching out to your community (among others) to possibly fill one of two EXPERT positions on the series. If you are interested please read and respond to the casting call below.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely
Leslie Lucas

A Vancouver-based production company is looking for a HOST and TWO EXPERTS to star in a large-scale reality competition television series (based on spy thrillers) being developed for a major Canadian network.

MALE OR FEMALE Host (Game Master):

- 30 to 55 years
- Authoritative, distinguished, charismatic and smart
- Confident, in-control, and likeable
- Commands respect, but also are capable of warmth and compassion
- Quick-witted and a good sense of humour
- Television experience important but not essential
- Non-union

MALE OR FEMALE EXPERTS (Handler):

- 25 55 years
- Confident, self-possessed and likeable
- Organized, quick on your feet and willing to take on physical challenges
- If you possess trade knowledge and a love of strategic play, we need you
- Some understanding of undercover police work or experience as a professional intelligence officer an asset
- or perhaps you are none of these things, but are extremely knowledgeable in all things technological
- Television experience an asset, but not necessary
- Non-union

Interested candidates should send a picture, a CV and a paragraph on why you belong on this series to Leslie at larkprodcasting@gmail.com

Auditions will be taking place in Toronto and Vancouver.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS AUGUST 18th.
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Old August 2nd, 2012, 12:09 PM   #148
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Old August 2nd, 2012, 01:36 PM   #149
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Old August 13th, 2012, 10:42 AM   #150
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