From: Vera Brunner-Sung (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Sep 17 2006 - 23:55:42 PDT
if you're shooting off an LCD monitor you should not have a "computer screen
'look'". just be careful about focus and use a spot meter on your text, then
expose up from that reading. (to be safe, bracket.) if you print it out you
might have annoying issues with print quality, glare from lighting etc...
On 9/17/06, john porter <email suppressed> wrote:
> Thanks eric,
> I'll try that, when I learn how to. Will my
> Applescript program type white letters on black?
> And I think I'd prefer to print it out and shoot it
> under lights, to avoid the computer screen "look".
> Would it be a noticable difference?
> --- eric fleischauer <email suppressed>
> > a new approach to shooting titles, which is also
> > very cheap, is to use photoshop or any word
> > program to make your titles and then shoot them off
> > a LCD flat screen monitor.
> John Porter, Toronto, Canada
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