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Underrated

Discussion in 'Film School 101' started by Lauri Koivisto, Jun 11, 2018.

  1. Mikes most underrated class. Would've expected more info on visual language and psychology of the cinematography but maybe those are on Film School 102 ;)
     
  2. It's an enormous landscape to cover!
     
  3. I know but you did great job on action scenes!
     
  4. I noticed his cool backdrop has gone...no more R2D2 or posters? Whats going on? Was it a distraction?
     
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  5. I just do the classes from different rooms or orientations depending on my mood or for other random reasons.
     
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  6. Mike do you use seperate rigs/rooms for music and vfx work?
     
  7. Yes, I have one room for VFX and post-work (color grading, editing, etc.) which is set-up like a grading suite, with neutral walls and proper lighting, plus reference monitors and no windows, and then I have a music room which is set up for 5.1 mixing/monitoring, writing music, etc. Sometimes I do shows from one of those rooms, but often from a larger space in the house with a piano and tall ceilings, and just a generally more open, home-y vibe.

    _Mike
     
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  8. Makes complete sense. Thanks Mike!
     
  9. I totally agree. This was a great masterclass. I'm looking forward for him to go into other territories that we've never thought of in Film School 102.
     
  10. Loved this masterclass!

    I´ll attach the charts reffered in the begining, if anyone find them useful! :)

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