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    Senior Member Mark Phelan's Avatar
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    Clark, well done and well deserved. It has always been a treat to work with you. Also should mention it's fun to get the MammothHD email blasts to see what is new in the portfolio.

    This is exactly one of the reasons why I hopped on board the RED train years ago. Knew the ride was going to be something very special.
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    beautiful and much deserved piece on Clark and Mammoth HD!!
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  3. #23 Great Red collective on Clark! 
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    What a great short film on a deserving person, Clark Dunbar! He is one of the Red family from the beginning!
    Clark is one of the resources for many field Red cameraman and always a great coach! He always has the best solutions and best knowledge base! Always sharing and personable!

    Thank you Clark for being the best coach!

    Red collective, very well filmed and edited piece, Bravo all around!

    With respect,

    Kennan & Karen Ward

    P.S. Thank you for including a Big Sur double rainbow!
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    Thank You for all the great comments and notes!

    The RED Collective Team did a great job of showing the MammothHD Library and the resource we're building... and I'm very proud of the MHD Repped Talentbase and their work that is not only featured in this piece but make the MammothHD Library what it is.

    A couple of notes - the footage shown here covers every model of RED (from the REDOne, REDOne MX, Scarlet, Epic and both variants of Dragon along with a Epic-Monochrome and a Epic-Infrared). The RED crew was shooting on Epic and Dragon. Glass of every type is used by the MHD Talent from the hi-end PL to Nikon and Canon in both primes and zooms. MHD is a Mac based edit suite and we're approaching over a 'peta-byte' in storage.... and now with Dragon files it's growing even faster.

    So thanks again - please check out and browse the MammothHD Libraries:
    http://www.mammothhd.com/RED/

    and the MHD 2014 Show Reel (which was released back for this years NAB)
    http://www.mammothhd.com/2014/


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    As always, excellent work Clark... you're an inspiration to us all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clark Dunbar View Post
    Jarred, Jim, Brent and the WHOLE RED TEAM - THANK YOU for the honor and selection to be a part of the RED Collective Series. It was a lot of fun with RED Collective Team (Tyler, Andrea, Jay and Cleigh who made the trek to the mountains along with Dan, Clyde, Justin) for the sessions here and the 3am wakeup call to join me at 14,000ft one morning to shoot sunrise and mountain goats..... quite humbled to be a part of the RED Collective. thanks - Clark.
    Stunning work by all who contributed footage, and very deserving of recognition, Clark!
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    YES!! Beautiful piece on an awesome dude who shoots and curates some freaking beautiful footage.
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    Wow, stunning work Clark! RED Collective did a great job covering your story.
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    WOW Clark ! Just WOW !!!! Proud of you man. :)
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    BRAVO!!
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