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The Film Lab - Mixing Sources
Male1: And so my journey continued I learned of color temperature in the cave of the black body radiator I was almost ready to film my scene to push the white balance body. I would collect some of the reddish light of the tens tons glow and mix it with the bluish light of the suns scorching heat and record my images. All would be cool as hell, surely if I add them in equal measure that will balance the light.
Male2: What this place going to be? Yo, Gordon, where is this Gordon. Where is the call of duty diskette? What? What is it?
Male3: You know what is. That guy came in here asking me about white balance.
Male2: Of course I gave him a 200 of course I did, what do you want, what is it? What are you getting at?
Male3: And you told him about color temperature, now he’s at the rile searching he knows nothing. You armed him with the sniff of knowledge and send to mount in the cold.
Male2: He asked I answered, I had too it’s the law of nature, you know this word.
Male3: He knows not with he mettles, he seeks to light a scene. He will take the power of Tombstone and mix it with the unholy power of the sun ball, he’s not ready to bring balance to the white, he is not ready and he courts disaster for us all.
Male2: So would you just roll the call of duties out where what because $60.00 is $60.00? You know I think in its mind still you loosely.
Male3: Loosely, loosely that I might pour here before its too late.
Male2: Flying orders. Fly to the narrow and seek to have mixed sources of four ages do make.