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  1. #361 Brian McKnight & The Duke Ellington Orchestra 05.23.2013 
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    Here are some more shots from 'Loki' featuring "Brian McKnight". 2/2

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    These look fantastic Paul. Imagine what feel this would have if you had really old vintage glass. It'd definitely would have a 50's or 60's look that would fool everyone into thinking its shot on B/W film.

    You're definitely putting the Monochrome to use where it belongs :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shervin Mandgaryan View Post
    These look fantastic Paul. Imagine what feel this would have if you had really old vintage glass. It'd definitely would have a 50's or 60's look that would fool everyone into thinking its shot on B/W film.

    You're definitely putting the Monochrome to use where it belongs :)
    Thanks Shervin -- yeah, it would be nice with an older zoom but, I am pretty blown away by what this machine can do. I mean, really, blown away!

    Maybe see you in T DOT O this summer along with Bob...

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  4. #364 Duke Ellington Orchestra Members 
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    Here are some various shots of members of The Duke Ellington Orchestra.

    1st of a couple of pages.

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  5. #365 Duke Ellington Orchestra Members II 
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    Here are some various shots of members of The Duke Ellington Orchestra & Brian McKnight.

    2nd of a couple of pages.

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  6. #366 Duke Ellington Orchestra Members III 
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    Here are some various shots of members of The Duke Ellington Orchestra.

    Last (3rd) of a couple of pages for now.

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    I love both my Epic M & Monochrome ... It's curious some folks are asking to shoot and film on the Monochrome -- I can't blame them. It's got a real nice (as Phil said) buttery look to it -- and that was with the new Canon 70-200 USM II which, some folks deem too sharp but it's more the texture that surprised me... It shouldn't with RED but I do have a music video coming up which will be shot on MX and RED PRO PRIMES ... Now, I will be taking motion-stills on the Monochrome because it's a beast, and I may throw some Monochrome shots in the video itself... Either way it will be interesting to see how it all turns out.

    Lastly, I am location scouting for my Thesis film -- I was going to take my M but I may take the Monochrome instead. Hmmm...

    Thanks RED for being awesome -- this is one person who remembered at 14 not to question your Father, I know you have our best interests at heart and all I have to say is thank you.

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  8. #368 Shelley Carrol Plays w/ DEO Gary Clark Jr Sherryl Crow 
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    In my opinion the greatest Tenor Sax player alive today.

    Shelley Carrol ... And he's been like family since I can remember.

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  9. #369 Ellington Update 06.19.2013 
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    I am currently scouting for my thesis film for NYU. I am looking to film in Vancouver for a host of reasons, least of which is how beautiful this place is.

    Before I left I shot a music video for a young Artist, Briannagh Dennehy ( here is a link to her in the studio, this is not something I shot - http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=RUiDL7okxiA ).

    Her single I shot is called "American Fab Kid", produced by Assal Ghawami. I DP'd the thing as well.

    We had a great crew and made our day no problem.

    I am up for another video for a band on a meteoric rise (just like Briannagh) but things aren't finalized yet so I will have to hold up posting photos or releasing any info about their single.

    Here are a couple of shots from The Kin, who are on their way to Australia to perform with P!NK.

    Best Paul.

    PS - these were shot on the Epic Monochrome with available light at The Rockwood venue in NYC.
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    Hi Paul, I was wondering if you had any background on "Murder at the Vanities" which had some music done by Duke Ellington (I think he was one of the main actors too). I was reading some random french cinema article that referenced it, the movie seems to be clouded in a bit of mystery. This is for a bit of just random research I'm doing on pre-code Hollywood, and the transition to sound (especially the involvement of the Jazz scene, and how people were excluded as the transition occurred).
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