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BoulderLoanRanger said in January 9th, 2009 at 9:27 am

Came out excellent – I am curious how you chose “White Screen” since the Mark Apsolon videos I watched showed a “blue” or “green” option. Can you comment?
Thanks,
Steve Higgins
Boulder Mortgage and Real Estate
http://www.BoulderLoanRanger.com
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Izzy Video said in January 10th, 2009 at 7:03 am

Dave,

What a great studio you’ve created — and for so little money!

Very creative and very resourceful. That’s what guerrilla video is all about.

Thanks for the shout out, and I’m looking forward to watching the next part.

All the best,

Izzy

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Tracey Dugdale said in January 12th, 2009 at 12:35 pm

Thanks, Dave! Nice studio for filming. Thanks for the video! I want one in my basement. Tracey

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Dave Dugdale said in January 13th, 2009 at 8:35 am

Steve,

For some reason I am not very good at keying a green screen.

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BoulderLoanRanger said in January 24th, 2009 at 4:41 pm

I watched this again twice today. After all my efforts with my new sony hidef camcorder, I realized it MUST be the lighting. So my wife is helping me make a “Soft Box” We followed your instructions plus some creative DIY:
-We bought a 36″ square window screen frame and bought some cheap Muslin fabric at JoAnns (they no longer keep the nylon at the store, you have to order online and wait)
-we had an old tripod stand that was used to put pictures, posters on for seminars and we will just put the screen/soft box on that. And we got a Husky 1000 watt dual light on tripod for the light.
Key is that I can take the pieces down to small size (each one of them) and put in my car when I go to do a video tour of someone’s home. If they just need light – gimme some light! – then I can just use the 1000 watt blaster (or hit half power on both lamps and do 500 (can also do 250 or 750). if that is too much I can add the soft breaker…

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Nathanael said in April 25th, 2010 at 6:54 am

Hey Dave, really nice setup there!!

I just want to know where the other parts are cause I am really interested in seeing what else you do during your productions.

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Dave Dugdale said in April 25th, 2010 at 6:59 am

I never did it. Maybe someday soon.

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movielighter said in May 8th, 2010 at 1:58 pm

Great set up Dave, thanks for posting this. A lot of potential.