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A failed lighting experiment and another look at Chip's weight lifting attempt.
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For some strange reason, I was really pleased with how this worked out.



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Dennis Price
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Pedro Cuahchic
  November 15, 2009
I actually think the lighting turned out rather well. I'd say give it another shot!
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  October 15, 2009
Been there, done that... not as funny as it seems. Can't wait to see what you've got in store for Chip in the future! ~ Chris.
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  October 15, 2009
I like the wall technique in the second picture. I didn't notice it before.
  October 15, 2009
cool shots you should make a movie with these cool ideas
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  October 15, 2009
Quoting Mark Kelso I like the perspectives on both of these, but compositionally you might try playing around with some options to see if they work better...With dark images, like the first, try positioning the focal point to the left or right of center (unless you want the high-impact thing). With the second image, the overhead is nice, but there's a lot of empty space, and it might work well if cropped a bit. Just my thoughts for a couple of options to consider when composing your shots.
Yeah, I spent so much time trying to get the right mood with light that I didn't think about composing the rest of the shot. On the second one, you're spot on -- it was supposed to have more gym equipment and other trainees working out (plus dialogue) but I liked the test shot so much that I used it instead. Will keep those ideas in mind when finishing part II (maybe -- I tend to get so caught up in the jokes that I overlook visual composition. It's a curse.)
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  October 15, 2009
I like the perspectives on both of these, but compositionally you might try playing around with some options to see if they work better...With dark images, like the first, try positioning the focal point to the left or right of center (unless you want the high-impact thing). With the second image, the overhead is nice, but there's a lot of empty space, and it might work well if cropped a bit. Just my thoughts for a couple of options to consider when composing your shots.
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  October 15, 2009
You are right, the weight lifting scene did turn out good, um, well. That was a funny comic. I may post something later where the light failed me as well.
 
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