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Renting Lighting Equipment
- Lighting or illumination is the deliberate application of light to achieve some aesthetic or practical effect. Lighting includes use of both artificial light sources such as lamps and natural illumination of interiors from daylight. Daylighting (through windows, skylights, etc.
- These are light bulbs used to light the building's interior, such as incandescent light bulbs, fluorescent light bulbs, compact fluorescent light bulbs, and high-intensity discharge (HID) lights.
- (rent) let for money; "We rented our apartment to friends while we were abroad"
- Be let or hired out at a specified rate
- Pay someone for the use of (something, typically property, land, or a car)
- (of an owner) Let someone use (something) in return for payment
- rental: the act of paying for the use of something (as an apartment or house or car)
- (rent) a payment or series of payments made by the lessee to an owner for use of some property, facility, equipment, or service
renting lighting equipment - Video Violence
Video Violence 1 & 2
A normal, unsuspecting couple – Steve and Rachel – find themselves completely immersed in a town of blood-drunk crazies. Led by sickos Howard and Eli, these backwater psychopaths produce and watch their own snuff movies in which victims are outsiders or citizens trying to leave the close-knit community of killers. The most well-known Shot-On-Video horror film from the mid 80s and never-before-released on DVD, Video Violence earned an AFI Nomination in 1986 for "Best Independent Film". These are uncut in all their original gruesome & gory glory and are the Grand-daddy of all the "Torture Films" that are currently popular (Saw franchise, Hostel, See No Evil).
Alrighty so some of you are tagged. Well a lot of you...if you are the type of person who is like 'ugh tagged', then I'm sorry =] I thought I would seek a little council from my fellow camera hags. I say that in love, lol. Anyways. I have a photoshoot coming up and I was planning on renting some camera equipment. Off camera lighting specifically. It's a photoshoot of a guy for his album. I was thinking a night scene in the city. Some simple off camera lighting would be perfect for a shot against a brick wall or with the city in the foreground. I have no idea what sort of equipment I should be renting. All I have is my camera. This is such a loaded question lol I'm sorry. But if you are familiar with off camera lighting I was wondering if you could suggest what I would need. Stand, umbrella, flash, ect. I shoot with canon if that makes a difference. I think I solved this =] Okay now about me... Haha. So I've been busy enjoying fall. Taking the camera out more. I got a cool strap from souldier @ photojojo store. It's a gold recycled seatbelt camera strap. I think I like it. I also got these cute photo clip hangers. Ill post links when I have more time. Oh I am reading The Rum Diary and can't put the freaking book down! Soo good. I suggest it. Oh and the ducks are getting big big and are living outside now in a huge cage that we had built for them. They love it! Oh and don't you love how ducks always look like they are smiling? So cute. So what's new with you? ANything goood? =]
I took so many treats to get Elvis to stand still for a picture. He thinks rolling on his back to have his belly scratched is a trick, so he constantly tries to do that when you want him to sit still. I had some lighting equipment rented to photograph an old school project and figured I should get a few of Elvis while I was at it. Elvis is 6~7ish, my parents adopted him from a shelter a few years ago.
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