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Win a Signed Act of Valor DVD

Act of Valor dvdAre you following me on Twitter? How about Facebook? In the spirit of the holidays, we have two Act of Valor dvds to give away. I will sign them. All you need to do to become eligible to win is to follow Hurlbut Visuals on Twitter or Facebook. Follow us on both, and you’ve got two chances to score. (If you already follow, you are automatically entered.)

Twitter – @hurlbutvisuals
https://twitter.com/hurlbutvisuals

Facebook -
https://www.facebook.com/HurlbutVisuals

I will announce one random winner from Twitter and one from Facebook on New Year’s Day (January 1, 2013). This is open worldwide, so even if you live in Thailand, where we are right now after a great tour with Canon, you can win this one.

There are a lot of interesting photos and updates posted via social media that you won’t find on the blog. I am on Twitter a lot answering questions, and I love to see what you’re up to as well.

 

Need for Speed test with Bandito Brothers

Need for Speed test with Bandito Brothers

Prepping Ford with Bandito Brothers. Rolling out Canon 1DC with 11-1 primo zoom.

Prepping Ford with Bandito Brothers. Rolling out Canon 1DC with 11-1 primo zoom.

Go ahead and follow us and tell your friends! Happy Holidays from all of us at Hurlbut Visuals. Hope you win!

(Hurlbut Visuals and Revolution Cinema Rentals employees and associates are not eligible to win.)


Author: Shane

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  1. followng on fb and twitter. thanks for chance.

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    • Kyl Neusch, thank you so much for your support

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    • Rose Santuci-Sofranko, thank you for your support

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    • Rose Santuci-Sofranko, thank you so much for your support again, much appreciated

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  2. Hi Shane!

    I’m watching/studying Act of Valor and I’m really curious about some scenes with out of focus issues.
    For example, the conversation with Christo on the Starship/Yacht – the eyes of master chief is clearly
    out of focus (a bit too much for my taste). Was this intentional or what?
    Would love to hear your thoughts on this – or those of anyone involved in that production.

    Best regards
    Patrick

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    • Patrick, this was all done on purpose, The emotions of Christo was he had no where he could go, trapped, so I wanted you to feel claustrophobic, to feel penned in, no escape, you were squirming for it to be in focus.

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      • Wow!

        I’m really impressed by that creative decision.
        I would never dare do something like that myself, from fear of people
        “dropping out of the story” because they thought something was (technically) wrong.

        Thanks for the explanation, Shane! I learned something from that! :D
        Best regards
        /P

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