Brian and Jody bring to you a fun Zombie makeup tutorial and present there short comedy film ZOMBIEGLADES.
Brian Jalbert from Iyrus Entertainment TV Gives some good tips on making your first film. He gives a rundown of writing, filming, casting, and editing your first movie.
Brian Jalbert from Iyrus Entertanment TV show you how to make a (C.B.O Vest) Camera, boom, operator Vest for around $25
The # 1 most wanted thief in the game Jimmy O’Dean (Jody Dean) is on the run tonight, over the last 6 months O’Dean has been robbing trap houses cleaning out some of the most dangerous drug lords in the hood. Over the last year $3.4 million dollars has been stolen and O’Dean finds him beaten with his head just above water at the mercy of mob boss Vincent Luichini (Brian Jalbert), with a 2 day window to pay back the murderous King Pin O’Dean leaves Boston and disappears never returning Luichni’s money. After 3 years of hiding Jimmy O’Dean emerges back on the scene still victim of his old ways He finds himself back in the game once again, but when he’s spotted in the Largo, Fl area by Luichin’s goon Joey Calpone, O’Dean’s Irish luck maybe running out when He gets a surprised visit from his arch-enemy and finds him self at death’s door once again
“Brian Jalbert” Host of Iyrus Entertainment TV shows you how to build a camera track dolly. And fights with Jody Dean over soda.
- extreme Long Shot
The extreme long shot normally shows an EXTERIOR, the outside of a building, or a landscape, and is often used as a scene-setting.
- Long Shot
The long shot shows the full body of your actor or object while still maintaining plenty of background and detail.
- Medium Shot
The medium shot shows a figure from the knees/waist up and is normally used for dialogue scenes, or to show some detail of action.
- Close up
The close up shows very little background, and concentrates on either a face, or a specific detail.
- extreme Close Up
The extreme close up generally magnifying beyond what the human eye would experience in reality.
- Low Angle: The low angles help give a sense of confusion to a viewer, of powerlessness within the action of a scene.
- Pan : The pan is a movement which scans a scene horizontally.
- High Angle : The high angles make the object photographed seem smaller, and less significant (or scary).
- Dolly Shot : The dolly shot is generally following a moving figure or object.
- Zoom In : A zoom lens contains a mechanism that changes the magnification of an image.
- Tilt : The tilt is a movement which scans a scene vertically, similar to a pan.
Brian Jalbert, host of “Iyrus Entertainment TV” shows you how to make a cheap boom pole and shock mount with $20 bucks. All will need is a threaded reducing PVC tee and a painters pole.
First you will need, 3/4″ two 10 foot pieces of 40 PE PVC pipe. Cut the pipes down to twelve six-inch pieces, three two foot pieces, and three one foot pieces.Then you will need to get, 3/4″ two couplers sxs, six 90D EL sxs, one cross sxsxsxs, and five tees sxsxs.
After you get the pieces cut and everything together, you can play connect. Attach the 90D EL sxs to the 3×4″ 6 inch pieces you cut. Then put the 3×4″ tee at the other end of the 6 inch piece of PVC. Do this till you make a square and put two 6 inch pieces in the middle and one tee sxsxs. Now you got the bottom of your base.
Now you can add the 3×4″ three one foot pieces you cut in each of the tees sxsxs. Place the 90D EL sxs to the top of the each side of the one foot pieces and put the cross sxsxsxs in the middle. Now place two 6 inch pieces in the middle of the 90D EL sxs and the cross sxsxsxs and BAM! You got you base done.
Now just take the three two foot pieces you got and the 2 couplings and place them over the two foot PVC pipes and place the female end to the male and you can make as high as you like.
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