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In this weeks video, I talk about what you should do after being pickpocketed and my experience in Paris.
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Idk how to explain what I feel, I just feel weak in my legs, like I'm the cig and my legs are just ash, that sounds so fucking corny, but idk how else to use the analogy of feeling like slowly burning out starting with my feet to the point where if I continue burning, I'll just be a head and thrown to the curb and put out. I don't know why I feel like this, this is the lowest point, it's not then sadness, it's literally not feeling anything. How do I even describe a feeling that's not a feeling.
At least I can say I feel like I organize my posts in the way that people meet me. On the surface it's a little bit about the picture, and if you care to keep reading on it just dives more into my mind, the reason I didn't promote this Instagram to people I knew in high school was because why did I want them to know how I feel, why the fuck do they care if they never spoke to me, it feels so weird when they like my shit on my main account like we talked two times and I never really fucked with you, but I can't delete it bc I have some really good memes on it that I don't want to lose. But like yeah.
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Just wait for it to come your screen...
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- #Repost from @reflexcinemaus
🔃 Spike Jonze's Apple commercial is quite famous, and I bumped into it again yesterday and found myself thinking about the thought process of something so practical effects heavy. So here are the pros and cons of approaching such a concept with practical effects.
1 - The camera is free to move without concerns of motion tracking digital effects.
2 - Talent is able to react to the spectacle of the effects in real time.
3 - Post-production time is substantially diminished.
4 - Less interference is possible from the client due to reduced time and importance of post.
5 - Practical effects are harder to imitate without hiring the original crew who made them.
6 - The practical effects are inherently more timeless and unique due to their real-world imperfections.
7- Iteration and adaptation of the concept are easier due to a tighter loop of feedback.
8 - The more basic effects (like telescoping of the table and papers) are simply easier as practical effects than VFX.
9 - You have more fun on set.
10 - You have better bragging rights.
1 - You’re forced to obey the laws of physics.
2 - Specialists with the necessary expertise are harder to find and more localized than their post-production counterparts.
3 - Practical effects necessitate a larger and better-organized crew.
4 - The risk of major setbacks is higher due to a greater concentration of time, people, energy and money on set in principle photography.
5 - You’re more locked into the final look of the effect.
6 - Total cost is probably higher.
The most compelling point within this list is pros #5. The simple sad fact is that if you execute a fantastic digital effect chances are you will be imitated by other people trying to replicate it for cheaper. But, if it’s all practical effects you stand a higher chance of getting the call to repeat your own work from new clients. Clients tend to see VFX as a magic trick, and practical effects as true magic.
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