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Custom Workspace v2.0

By kyle-culver
This is it! Finally get my custom desk designed and made. It still seems kind of clutter, even with all the added space.
Still feeling out the space to see if I can utilize it better for future projects. 
I commissioned a friend to make the desk and I couldn't be happier.

Blaine wanted a shot of my space with his film on the monitors, but I thought I'd share it here as well. :)

Next... a new computer. lol.
My poor hp d5000t has gone through a lot. Added three drives, including a blu-ray disk drive, had to replace the graphics card, and the 40-in-1 card reader doesn't work... I always feel like I'm lacking in usb ports, too... especially 3.0. Looking forward to upgrading to a much more powerful computer very soon...


For those curious, the project displayed on the screens is a short film I am editing and doing VFX for called "Temple." It was directed by my good friend Blaine. So close to being done... You can find out more about it here:
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4952x2200px 7.19 MB
Shutter Speed
1/30 second
Focal Length
18 mm
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Date Taken
Jan 30, 2015, 10:45:20 AM
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BadenNorthey's avatar

Damn what aspect ratio is that film in?

kyle-culver's avatar

If memory serves me, it was shot with anamorphic lenses, giving a 2.39:1 aspect ratio. Learned a lot on that one!

BadenNorthey's avatar

It looks a bit wider than that, I would’ve thought around 2.75:1 or something. Still awesome!

JJ-Montes's avatar
I think my head will explode if I had to use all those devices at the same time xD
kyle-culver's avatar
Hahaha! The life of a video editor :la:
Diana-Huang's avatar
Wow... :O  Sweet setup! 
kyle-culver's avatar
Thanks! I'm so excited about it! All these years and doing what I love! Totally worth it :iconhandsomeonionplz:
endosage's avatar
Righteous space! Very nice!
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