1. EUC on E.S.P. TV #15 (excerpt)


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    Excerpt from EUC's performance on E.S.P. TV #15 Taped in front of a live studio audience at Present Company, Brooklyn NY. March 16, 2012. Live video mixing and manipulation by Scott Kiernan, Ethan Miller, Victoria Keddie and Roberto Lange Cameras by Josh Steinbauer, Matt Bonner, Rachelle Rahme Live Sound by Daren Ho Production Assistance by Lee Lichtsinn and Nichole Caruso www.esptvnyc.com

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    • It's Raining Men (2005)


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      I made this back in 2005 when I was at the Valand Academy in Goteborg, Sweden for a few short months. This was part of a student collection of one minute videos. Shot in one of the suburbs of Goteborg near a series of artist studios called Konstepideme.

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        from Peter Kerlin / Added

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        Our prehistoric protagonist finds himself in strange new environments. bewilderment, cowering, fear, violence and ritual ensue. HEADPHONES RECOMMENDED. The theater that appears in the second section is the Henry Street Settlement, Abrons Art Center, NYC which is where an earlier version of this piece was screened for Catch 45 (http://catchseries.org/), a video/performance series for which that movie was originally created. This is a completed version of that movie. Acknowledgments: R.R. Cooperthwait: Luma Key Camera & FX help Created in part in residency at the Experimenal Television Center, Owego NY (RIP) http://www.experimentaltvcenter.org/about Music: Snake Eats Electric Blanket, "Through a Dead Layer (vers.2)", 2011 http://snakeeatselectricblanket.com/ Gout Recital, "Mysterious Commands", 2011 http://goutrecital.bandcamp.com/ Peter Kerlin http://thebulk.net

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        • Green Screen Proficiency


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          • Dealing with HDR and Magic Lantern - an approach on making things right


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            Damn, I made a little Soundtrack for the beginning and the end, but I forgot to make it into the render :/ A basic Tutorial on my approach on the HDR-Feature of the Magic Lantern-Firmware. Please understand this guide as a more technical one and excuse that I had to cut Examples and so on, but I only can upload 500mb/week here and 30min are already a bit too long for such a heavy Compression. Have a view at the Table of Contents and skip to the Parts which interest you: Introduction at Start "01: General preprocessing in the Footage" starting at 2:07 "02: Using Pixelmotion for Interpolation (AE internal)" starting at 6:55 "03: Using Kronos" starting at 10:58 "04: Composing the Shots (and why Luma-Key sucks)" starting at 16:35 "05: Preparing the Sequence for real HDR" starting at 18:48 "05: Inside Photomatix" starting at 22:01 (MAYBE I messed up the numbers - sorry! :) "06: Processing HDR in After Effects and Final Words" starting at 26:09 Check out this Tutorial on using GingerHDR from their Makers: http://vimeo.com/34590403 And in good Tradition I of course forgot to mention several things. Sorry for that! // When shooting HDR, one Clip will always get a higher ISO, which may result in heavy Noise (like a 3EV 400/3200). Reducing Noise with e.g. NEAT or the little Median-Trick can do a good job and result in even less Artifacts and an overall better Videoquality. You may want to watch this Tutorial on how to clean your Video up: http://vimeo.com/32846805 Visit the Usergroup and the Wiki: http://vimeo.com/groups/magiclantern http://magiclantern.wikia.com Important Links http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/kronos/ http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials/trim_compose_script/ http://www.gingerhdr.com/ Please take your Time to review these, at least more then I did :) Follow me on Twitter! https://twitter.com/#!/CameraRick

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            • Excerpt from FURTHER REDUCTIONS on E.S.P. TV 10


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              Excerpt from FURTHER REDUCTIONS set on E.S.P. TV #10 AIRS IN NYC ON CH 67 / MNN4 TUES. DEC 13 AT 10PM Live video mix to VHS by Louis V E.S.P. (Scott Kiernan and Ethan Miller) Cameras by: Kellie Morgan, Jorge Day, Matt Bonner Production Assistance by: Lee Lichtsinn and Lucy Hunter Live Sound by Mika Tarkela Taped in front of a live audience at The Schoolhouse, BK, NY 2011

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              • Experimental ½ Hour - Episode XXVI: Lucky Dragons & Pod Blotz at TBA:11


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                Experimental ½ Hour http://experimentalhalfhour.com Produced by Eva Aguila & Brock Fansler LUCKY DRAGONS at TBA:11 Cameras Frances Fagen Jennifer Sowell Josh Kermiet On-location PCM Tech Joe Glode Remote PCM Tech & Consultant Jason Tait PICA Contacts Patrick Leonard - Communications Director Kristan Kennedy - Visual Art Curator Erin Boberg Doughton - Performing Arts Program Director Helmy Membreño - Accounting Beth Hutchins - Accounting Chris Rousseau - Stage Coordinator Rob Kodadek - Production Manager POD BLOTZ "Cylindrical Forces and Collider" Produced for TBA:11 through the facilities of Portland Community Media - Portland, Oregon - http://pcmtv.org Recorded and screened on Sept. 12, 2011 at The Works © 2011

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                • InMe - So You Know


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                  Director: Harv Editor: Aden Bahadori TWOTHREEFIVE FILMS

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                  • Sunrise


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                    Another of my experimental videos from my ND Media course in 2009 The film was one continuous shot of the sunrise over the Plym Estuary whilst in a vehicle travelling south. Chopped up and mixed around into a repeating order with spacers placed to separate its different sections. The whole concept of the work is about repetition of patterns and variation of patterns while using Luma Key and colour variations to change the look of the sunrise. Played to a soundtrack by an artist from Cafe Concrete

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                    • Glasses Reflection


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                      A Simple Test for Glasses reflection. Software: After Effects.

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