Baltimore, MD Skyline
Posted: Wed, 1st Mar 2006, 1:18am
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Any chance of that?
I am making a zombie film and I would like to have that skyline so I can digitally insert Helicopters and other items of that nature.
Posted: Wed, 1st Mar 2006, 1:27am
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go to Google.com. Click the word "images" above the search bar, then type in Baltimore Skyline. Should pop up quite a few!
Hope this helps!
Posted: Wed, 1st Mar 2006, 5:30am
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I am going to Baltimore on Friday. I don't know if I'll be down town, but I'll take some photos if I am.
Posted: Wed, 1st Mar 2006, 12:06pm
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That would be cool of you guys, I have some shot footage of B-more, and am using it in the film, but what I wanted to do was have a backdrop of a night skyline so I could set it on fire for my horror film.
So my bad on the lack of information.
Let me re-modify it... Any chance of a burned our shell of Baltimore skyline?
Posted: Wed, 1st Mar 2006, 12:46pm
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I DjfunkmasterG am making a zombie film and I would like to have that skyline so I can digitally insert Helicopters and other items of that nature.
Do you have good helicopter footage...........? If so please share the wealth!
I can only find crap stuff!
Posted: Wed, 1st Mar 2006, 6:01pm
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I was going to try to use some of the user made files. If they look crappy then I will resort back to general footage. I am not expecting it to be super glamorous, but I want something believeable as far as a helicopter flying around.
I need to ask a question.
there are some files on this website that discuss using AlamDv, are effectsLab and AlamDv the same program and will those plug-ins work with the current version?
There are some very cool fire files I would like to use. I have a sequence in the film where zombies attack people in a traffic jam. I blocked off over a 1/4mile of a four lane road to shoot this sequence, and if I can add some smoldering fires to it that would be awesome, however the files refer to AlamDV
Posted: Wed, 1st Mar 2006, 6:57pm
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AlamDV2 was the old program that EffectsLab replaced. You can use the AlamDV2 plug-ins in EffectsLab but you will first need to convert them into stock footage. Click here
for a tutorial on how to do it.
Posted: Sun, 5th Mar 2006, 6:55pm
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If you guys have more info, give it to me now because I am taking the skyline pics tonight. They may be in the day time, but you can always Photoshop 'em. I am taking them from the opposite side of the harbor, not from that hill with the flag on it. I am using a Canon Powershot S-50 on 1600 X 1200 mode so you can use tracked camera movements etc.