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Ok so when we think of Shane Hurlbut, we think of Terminator Salvation – Big TIME! Not truly independent in nature, but as you will see from this post, he is thinking about the indie filmmaker. He’s joined up with letus to create the Master Cinema Series collection that caters to the DSLR Filmmaker! At first looking at it I was like wow this is gonna be a lot of dineros. But it’s actually not as bad as I thought at first.

Vimeo member Tom Guilmette posted a great video commentary about the launch and guess what, some of my favorites were there too. Vincent Laforet and even Ryan “The Film Riot” Connoly. I love it. Why you ask, was Ryan there, well Ryan maintains that his job is to teach us indie filmmakers not be indie all our lives. 🙂 Well something like that in a nut shell! To see him there was awesome! I guess I need to get out more!

Well enjoy the videos

Maybe I’ll be making one soon of my new toys in action…when I get them…

Happy Filmmaking!

Here is the Letus Master Series site http://www.mastercinemaseries.com/

My Franken Rig

Posted: May 12, 2011 in Rigs
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So check out the new rig. This pictures were taken on my iphone so excuse the graininess.

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I saw this and was totally blown away! This is made by Jesse Blanchard of Chompers3D.com check it out

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My Fig Rig

Posted: April 8, 2011 in Camera, DIY Stuff, Rigs
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Ok so I decided to post a picture of my fig rig in all it’s adorned glory…lol. Well ok not so adorned but it looks boss! Thanks again to CheesyCam for the rig idea!

So here is my first attempt at using the FIG RIG courtesy of Cheesy Cam, I’m brand new to this so I’m learning about color grading and such, and I tried my hand at creating my own Company Video Logo..lol W.I.P. (work in progress)

I wanted to send a special shout out to CheesyCam.com, Dave Dugdale of LearningDSLRVideo.com, Phillip Bloom, Luke Neumann (who I was introduced to via Dave), Andy Ax, Final Cut King, AppleShakeGuru, for the wonderful tutorials!

More to come…