Feel free to let me know if you ever need more gimbal training tips. :-) Chad was thoroughly balanced!
Keep an Ear out for the music: aka Rhythm a&d harmony. (-;
"At cross-country practice the next day, I placed both hands behind my head and walked extra close to Danielle so she would notice my smooth underarms..."
"...If a girl wanted to talk to a boy, she flirted. It was a foreign and terrifying language to me. I had always played sports and gotten along well with the boys in elementary school, but this was different..."
"...I went from having the confidence of a swanky barnyard rooster to that of a field mouse."
"...When I got to high school, I was still wearing fat skater shoes, but I slowly stopped second-guessing myself."
- The Only Pirate At The Party by Lindsey Stirling and Brooke S. Passey (page 44)
Have a good nighT! Stay in touch about other filmmaking, sound and lighting Needz.!! ;-) -Joe B.
grate Job! ! Returnin' Every Thing :-) hope to rent to you Again! ? ! And that everything went smoothly and that you feel free to check out filmlensaddict.com for all your cool/indie budget lens needs.!? Now check out this moment in History :-)
Glimpses of Philadelphia Life 1776
"The flies are so numerous . . . that if I sit reading or writing for an hour, I find it necessary to wash my face and hands; the reason is obvious . . ." (page 23)
". . .Americans tended to be more strait-laced than was the European custom at the time... " (page 24)
"...kissing "decomposes the economy of one's handkerchief, it disorders one's high roll (coiffure), and it ruffles the serentiy of one's countenance. Women hate to be kissed, especially as it is accompanied with such inconveniences." (page 25)
- The Founding City: Philadelphia Life, 1776 Edited by David R. Boldt with Willard S. Randall
Heck yeah :-) hope you have a good one. Feel free to contact me with any more needz. - Joey B. -