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  • Frank Glencairn
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    We have all sorts of Dedolight from our rental house - quite a "mixed bag".

    4 of those with the transformer/dimmer in the cord.(DLH4)
    4 of those with the transformer/dimmer in the lamp (DLHM "self-contained" 100-watt head)
    1 softbox light DLH1x150
    1 with a projector lens and gobos,
    and a ton of stands and accessories.

    All tungsten - no LEDs on my set.

    I use almost exclusively Dedos on this project - the 4-Bank Flolight was used 2 or 3 times bounced at the ceiling to raise the overall levels,
    and a 2.k HMI was used once outside of a window.
    Last edited by Frank Glencairn; 08-08-2014, 10:33 AM.

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  • Abraham Torna
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    Hi Frank

    Sorry for be so pain in the a...., but could you be so kind to tell with Dedolight are you using, because I try to no bother you and look in your post and in the web page and is a bunch of options. And I want to know which specifically you use ??

    Thanks in advance

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  • Frank Glencairn
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    They really are. It's such a delight to work with them.
    We have literally a ton of them standing around on the set, and if you need an additional light,
    you just grab one of them and do your thing

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  • MiguelFranco
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    Looking good Frank, keep updating when possible. Dedolights are awesome!

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  • Frank Glencairn
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    Originally posted by Abraham Torna View Post
    ... at some point, could you post more pictures of your BTS works please ?
    Here ya go, some more BTS, after 3 pretty tough days of shooting

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    Last shot for today with actor Diego Wallraff

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    A forest of Dedolights and a fourbank to create a morning kitchen mood

    2y.jpg
    My second unit DP Lukas rocking the BMC
    Last edited by Frank Glencairn; 08-07-2014, 10:11 AM.

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  • Abraham Torna
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    Frank in your BTS are a lot of hideen knowledge, at some point, could you post more pictures of your BTS works please ?

    BTW, wich dedolight kit are you talking about ? the Studio one ?

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  • vicharris
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    Originally posted by Frank Glencairn View Post
    EVF is Alphatron, the lights are mostly Dedo Lights and a few FloLight two, and four banks.

    Though the Dedolights look like a toy (but not exactly cheap), they are my favorite lights - nothing beats them, when it comes to precision lighting.
    Wish I would own a set, but the kit we use comes in at over 4000 bucks.
    All your usual suspects

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  • Unknown
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    Great stuff Frank, keep us posted! Always enjoy reading your BTS stuff.

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  • Frank Glencairn
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    EVF is Alphatron, the lights are mostly Dedo Lights and a few FloLight two, and four banks.

    Though the Dedolights look like a toy (but not exactly cheap), they are my favorite lights - nothing beats them, when it comes to precision lighting.
    Wish I would own a set, but the kit we use comes in at over 4000 bucks.

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  • PaulBMCC
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    Looking great! Which viewfinder are you using? I'm looking for one, what would you recommend? Also, which lights did you use? not the soft boxes. Again, it looks great! Fantastic job!

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  • vicharris
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    As always, nice looking stuff there man, even the damn tests!

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  • Noah Blackwell
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    Thanks Frank. Sounds like a great project, and definitely looking forward to the BTS updates.

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  • "Black Wedding" shooting a feature film on BMC

    I'm DP-ing a black comedy called "Black Wedding" during August.

    Black Wedding is a pitch-dark comedy on marriage.

    Not a single word is spoken, but murder is ubiquitous. It’s the uproarious story of a husband and wife that artfully tries to kill each other — again and again, without speaking a single word. It’s the way it is sometimes in a marriage. But the crafty couple pursue their devious plans without their daughter, who has sinister intentions all her own.

    In the lead roles: Beate Maes, Diego Wallraff, Merisha Husgic, and Timur Karakus. Diego Wallraff, who lives in Santa Monica, CA, has worked with Antonio Banderas (“Of Love and Shadows”, 1994) and Anjelica Huston (“The Perez Family”, 1995). Beate Maes recently starred in the critically acclaimed “Bastard” (2012), with Martina Gedeck. Like its predecessor “Reality XL” (2012), the dark comedy “Black Wedding” will preview at the Snowdance International Filmfestival in January 2015, followed by a tour of international festivals. It will appear in German theaters in late 2015.
    Gonna post some BTS in the next weeks, here is our first lighting tests:

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