HYMN TO THE SNOW -FZ200 TEST AT 100 FPS

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PANASONIC LUMIX FZ 200

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FIRST SNOW AT 100 FPS 720 P 5 MARCH 2016 CIGLIANO

 

FLICKR UPGRADE – IS GOING TO 1M

SAM_5673 I WROTE THIS AROUND SEPT.2014:

My FLICKR (CHECK) exceed 210000 visits since March 2009,more than 100 visit a day , 110K since January 2014 and my previous post here on wordpress,that’s what I call be satisfy ,please take a tour click on the link and ,if logged to flickr leave your preferences if you like what I do ,I wish go beyond! Thanks


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UPGRADE FEBRURAY 2016: 

I REACH  540.182 VISITS SO THANKS TO EVERYONE!!!

 

SUB LUX ALBUM

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VOL 87 ( 2006 ) FROM ASC CLOSE UP-BEST PROFESSIONAL ADVICE RECAP

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From ASC CLOSE UP american-cinematographer-logo Vol 87(2006)

What’s The Best Professional Advice you’ve received?

JOHN SIMMONS, ASC

Lose the word ” Can’t” from your vocabulary.Carlton Moss taught me there is always a way to get it done.

WILLIAM A.FRAKER , ASC

The Best Advice I ‘ve ever been given was to extend myself. It’s a famous quote: ” A man’s reach should exceed his grasp.” All the tools, the technologies, are there for you to use, but you can’t assume they will tell your story.That’s up to cameraman, to use everything at his disposal to tell a story visually.

M. DAVID MULLEN, ASC

I was nervous about shooting my first feature, and luckily, I ran into Allen Daviau, ASC,who advised me to know my first week of production, what I needed to do, backwards and forwards. I discovered that being hyper-prepared like that not only boosted my confidence  but also set the right tone for the production. The crew quickly  realizes  that you know what you want  and are aware of how long things should take.

SOL NEGRIN , ASC

From Harry Stradling Sr.: ” Never be afraid to take a chance.It may be the thing you ever did .”

BILL BENNETT , ASC

“Never Pass up the opportunity to keep your mouth shout!” What they don’t tell you in cinematography training is that you job is 50 percent cinematography and 50 percent diplomacy, I’ve learned the hard way that when things go south, as they sometimes do, it’s best to pause and reflect on what’s happening and why before opening your mouth and blurting out what first comes to mind.No one remembers what you didn’t say, but they will certainly remember something you said in haste.

KEES VAN OOSTRUM , ASC

Always strive for perfection in every image you create, not so much technically but in terms of feeling that you have completely understood what you are trying to convey.

PHILIPPE ROUSSELOT , ASC

One Piece of advice I gave myself was not to follow any rules. Another for Jean Jacques Annaud, is, ” Always wear the appropriate shoes on set ”

STEVEN FIERBERG , ASC

When I was in collage, Nick Ray come to show his films, and I spent the whole night talking to him in the lobby rather than watching the films. As he left, he said, “Remember,it’s a way of life”

DAVID B. NOWELL , ASC

Always view your dailies. This May sound silly, but a lot of times, especially today, you never get the chance to see how a shot will look up on the big screen.

ERNEST DICKERSON , ASC

I’ve learned so much from reading AMERICAN CINEMATOGRAPHER, and the best professional advice I ever received was from an interview with Gordon Willis. In it,he stressed the importance of always having a point of view when approaching  a scene. It’s the first question I ask myself when I’m designing my coverage: What is the point of view,or whose? Once I’ve answered the question, everything falls into place much more ease.

KARL WALTER LINDENLAUB , ASC

Make Friends early so you have allies in this business. They are the ones who call you first.

CRAIG DiBONA , ASC

Early int my career, an old veteran told me, “The Industry is a lot of fun,but never forget it’s a business with a lot of money being spent every second. Don’t laugh your way out of your job,and if you stretch your arms out you can’t touch the camera, then you’re probably in the wrong place.” Good Words to remember.

To Be Continued… –つづく…

IN THE MUSIC OF JOHN CARPENTER

THIS IS MY MUSICAL RECAP ABOUT JOHN CARPENTER MUSIC IN THE YEARS

IN THE MUSIC OF JOHN CARPENTER

LATELY SPEAKING ABOUT JOHN CARPENTER MEANS MUSIC, THE LAST WORK A DEBUT STUDIO “LOST THEMES “(SACRED BONE RECORDS) WAS PUBLISHED ONE YEAR AGO , AND WAS ABOUT MUSIC NOT TURN IN TO SOME SOUNDTRACKS;MUSIC PERFORMED BY HIM; HIS SON CODY AND FRIEND DANIEL DAVIES. TO TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT THIS ALBUM I LOVED JUST VORTEX,WRAITH and NIGHT 3 over 9 ,I GREW UP WITH ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK SO I THINK THIS IS NORMAL…I CAN’T LEAVE THIS CLICHE’..(FOR ME VORTEX IS AMAZING) HOWEVER…ENJOY THIS GREATEST HITS( I TRY TO BE UNEXPECTED) FOR UNDERSTAND THE GENIUS ON THE BACKGROUND.

 

 

THE HATEFUL THING

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From John Carpenter’s THE THING Soundtrack composed by ENNIO MORRICONE , 3 tracks ETERNITY,BESTIALITY and DESPAIR(Discovering the flying saucer scene from the Thing) used on Quentin Tarantino’s HATEFUL EIGHT .

Remastered version by Larry Hopkins from THE THING  Soundtrack BSXCD 8895

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LOST AND FOUND SOUNDTRACKS : THE LOVELY BONES

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THE LOVELY BONES Some Of The Unreleased Soundtrack


SMALL CRAFT ON A MILK SEA – COMPLEX HEAVEN – EMERALD AND STONE

BRIAN ENO From the Album SMALL CRAFT ON A MILK SEA

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BRIAN ENO From AMBIENT 1: MUSIC FOR AIRPORTS

THE THIRD UNCLE

BRIAN ENO From TAKING TIGER MOUNTAIN BY STRATEGY

THE BIG SHIP

BRIAN ENO From ANOTHER GREEN WORLD

THE FIRST LIGHT

BRIAN ENO HAROLD BUDD From AMBIENT 2 THE PLATEAUX OF MIRROR

ALICE

COCTEAU TWINS From VIOLALINE Disc Four of 4AD ‎– CT BOX 2 EP Box Set LULLABIES TO VIOLALINE

SONG TO THE SIREN

THIS MORTAL COIL From 4AD IT WILL END IN TEARS

CELTIC SWING

VAN MORRISON From INARTICULATE SPEECH OF THE HEART