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Chris Burns
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Owner/photographer of Chris Burns Photography and independent filmmaker.
Owner/photographer of Chris Burns Photography and independent filmmaker.

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Director's cut of our 48 Hour Film Project. WARNING: NSFW While there is not much profanity, this movie contains very adult language and themes.

PUSSY MONOLOGUES: THE MUSICAL!: http://youtu.be/uGTIcIUhK2g
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Whenever someone boasts about how many megapixels their camera has, I just show them my award winning photos, talk about them a little, then say, "Oh, these were taken with 10 year old 3mp canon d30." They usually shut up after that.
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One of the biggest misconceptions with DSLRs is that a crop sensor changes your focal length.  This is simply not true.  What a crop sensor does change is the total area of information that is recorded from the lens.  Now, there is a bit of a DOF difference between a full frame and 1.6x crop sensor, however, there is not a difference in the background/foreground compression.  A 50mm lens is still shooting at a 50mm focal length on a crop sensor, only the camera is capturing a smaller portion of the image that the lens can produce.  Other than the slight difference in DOF, it is exactly the same as cropping a 35mm photo.
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48 hour film project is done. Unfortunately, we had an unforseen problem crop up when exporting so we missed the deadline. For some reason, our audio decided it wanted to unsync at certain points only after exporting. I am currently working on a bts video of our weekend and should have that plus our short film or a link to the film after next weekend. 

#48hourfilmproject #filmmaking
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I just love watching a professional instructional workshop and thinking I can do/have done sooo much better work.
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What I've learned from bts videos... It's the effects that you would think are easy that gives the production team the most trouble.
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The trick to making your visual effects look good... Lots and lots of subtle effects.

We have a saying in the music world. "Some things are meant to be felt, not heard." This also goes for filmmaking. Just because something isn't noticeable, it doesn't mean that it's not important.
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