Discussion in 'New Member Board' started by Eboy87, Mar 21, 2007.
They took a really long time to fold the drops...
http://photos-a.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-snc1/v2075/127/63/502771798/n502771798_1407296_7672.jpg in my personal favorite shot of myself ever taken. Its on facebook, feel free to friend me if your into that kind of thing. Im gonna have some pics taken of me at work tonight, so hold on to your hats for some awesome working shots.
Note: How do I get pics to display in here? I failed the website part of Information Technology Seminar.
See Posting pictures on ControlBooth.
Me at an arts Festival last spring.
in the woods
Indeed. It is, in fact, not visible from that angle, but I do have a harness on.
Safety First means you get to try it again.
I can't find any while working that are actually decent.
Now that I have been here for a while, and stalked a lot of pages, I figured
"meh, I'm bored, but wow have I learned. Let's find something new."
So I uploaded this picture. No I do not have a pin sticking out of my head, its the stupid antena for the RF headsets.
I've used those exact headsets while helping out on shows for some small high schools in the area. The antenna is a real pain in the posterior, but they're surprisingly clear and effective when used correctly.
Wow I'm there for a performance and not in blacks... Scary. Yes indeed for this show (Community production, this one) I was one of the Kilted boys marching in at the top of the show... And the SM...
I am the one on the far Left side of the shot.
yeah, until you walk out of range, then you get an earsplitting buzz for about 2 seconds. Don't know why, but if you ever walked out of our performance space with them, yeah, that would happen. Did it ever occur to you?
Yea, they wouldn't work through even thin walls or anything like that. We could never get them to wok between the stage and the front of house, so I would usually end up giving them to the inexperienced high school spot ops and calling cues to them from a table FOH. When they're used between stationary personnel and at short range, they have the clearest sound I've ever heard from a cheap consumer product, almost equivalent to what you'd get with a Clear-Com system. But once you start talking long distances or moving around, their reliability goes down to virtually nothing.
We only had to use them for a distance of about 50' or so, and only really ever through set pieces, so it worked okay. It was nice though that everyone had a wireless headset. I worked in a space in HS where the greenroom was up a flight of stairs and down a hallway, and we only had wired, so as SM in the booth, I was often left with no one on headset, because the BSM had to go do something.
Granted, I'm not wearing black, but it was just a graduation rehearsal... Anyway, our back wall is purple... ha.
OK, so it's me as Sweeny Todd. Same thing...
stage crew had numbers/operators in orange gafftape on their shirts, and we made an equation on stage for our curtain call.
As a shout out to fellow kilt-wearer, Dionysus, here's a picture of me in my senior prom attire...
(I don't normally sport a beard, but this was right after my little biking accident; you can see the scars on my chin/lip)
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