Diana D. Howrey, 85, of Milan, Indiana, formerly of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Monday March 25, 2019.She was born April 26, 1933 in Stanley, KY, daughter of the late William A. Sapp and Mary (Miller) Sapp.Diana attended St. Charles Catholic Church in Milan, Indiana. Her faith was very important to her, and she loves the Cross of Jesus. She was formerly a member of the Sunman American Legion Auxiliary.Diana made many quilts, even creating her own patterns. She made beautiful doilies and loved to crochet.Diana is survived by her children, Joyce Conforti of Franklin Lakes, NJ, James Howrey of Aurora, IN, William Howrey of Plainsfield, IN, Janet Hinds of Tulsa, OK.; friend, Jo Ann Amberger of Sunman, Indiana.She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Verle E. Howrey, and a sister, Clara Jean Bush.Interment will be in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana at a later date.Contributions may be made to the Disabled American Veterans. Please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
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Youngster Michael Petrasso has been handed a full debut for QPR’s game against Leeds at Loftus Road.Junior Hoilett is also in Rangers’ starting line-up, while Charlie Austin, who has been nursing a calf problem, is among the substitutes.Clint Hill is still unavailable for the home side and Leroy Fer is serving a ban after being sent off against Middlesbrough.Leeds’ new loan signing Liam Bridcutt starts for the visitors, who are without the suspended Gaetano Berardi and the injured Sol Bamba.QPR: Green, Perch, Onuoha. Hall, Konchesky, Petrasso, Faurlin, Sandro, Yun, Hoilett, Phillips.Subs: Smithies, Austin, Henry, Chery, Luongo, Tozser. Angella.Leeds: Silvestri, Wootton, Bellusci, Cooper, Taylor, Dallas, Bridcutt, Cook, Mowatt, Antenucci, Wood.Subs: Peacock-Farrell, Byram, Adeyemi, Murphy, Botaka, Erwin, Doukara.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We are dry today over the state. The past few days have been very difficult forecast-wise, due to seemingly plentiful instability, both ahead and behind a frontal boundary working into the eastern corn belt. Today we see a brief moment of stable conditions and a lack of any new moisture being introduced into the state. That should allow us to be dry and sunny in most areas, with temps near normal.Scattered showers arrive in NW Ohio by tomorrow morning, and then spread south and east through the day. We think action for Friday is mostly north of I-70, although we wont rule out a few incursions father south. Then, as the moisture continues to move for Saturday, we have scattered showers from I-70 south to the Ohio River. Combined rain totals for the event, both days, will be from .1″-.7″ with 80% coverage.We are mostly dry Sunday morning, but showers return for afternoon and evening. Rain continues through Monday and Tuesday, with totals for the period at .25″-.75″ and coverage at 100%. WE are dry for Wednesday as the moisture moves off south and east.Rain is back on Thursday with another .25″-.75″ over 90% of Ohio. We are continuing to take a very conservative approach to this system, but will point out once again that the European model still wants to develop a massive storm complex with a strong low, heavy rains and severe weather, particularly in the NW and north central part of the state. At this time, we still do not see any reason to ramp this up that far.After a bit of a lull, we have to allow scattered showers in for Friday and Saturday with only 40% coverage. These may bring up to a quarter inch of new precipitation, but we also think that if there is a weak link in the forecast, it is here…these could fall apart or just come as some clouds. We are dry for Sunday the 19th into the 20th. The map at right shows potential rain totals over the next 10 days.For the rest of the extended 11-16 day forecast period, we have scattered showers for the 21st through the 24th, a pattern very similar to what we are seeing now. So, overall, our forecast is wetter this morning, with no excessive moisture, but good chances for a majority of our forecast pattern. Our atmosphere is getting well primed to trigger these kinds of days. Precipitation will be scattered over the period, and there will be many areas that miss out on action day to day. But over the coming two weeks combined, we all get nice moisture, enough to continue promote good crop conditions, growth and development.
PracticalsFor this short, we did a lot with practicals. We had a whole box of various work-lights and flashlights that we hid around the scene. For the most part, these weren’t anything more than set dressing and some little points of light for the bokeh and flaring. We shot most of the short with a cinemorph anamophic adapter, so any flares we got were intentional.Beyond that, we used a few tungsten practicals in the scene. One of them was an old vanity light that I got at Home Depot — we added some photoflood bulbs. For the opening shot, we had a LED bulb light hanging down into the frame, and we painted it slightly yellow to create an old, dingy look.Perhaps the most noticeable practical in the scene was just a basic clamp light. It provided a nice hard edge on the female character, and it also built out the feel of a secluded hideout.We also took another (very optional) step with this light and attached it to an old light board that I had laying around. I think I originally purchased this particular board for less than $100 bucks, and I’ve used it more times than I can count. I highly recommend owning one. Using the board, I was able to program a really subtle flicker for the lights (on both the clamp light and the vanity light).This helped to build the vibe, but it also allowed me to dim the lights to a level that looked good on camera. Most of the time, I wanted the tungsten practicals dimmed to around 20%. Then I built the flicker on top of that.Hidden LightsThis method won’t always be possible, depending on your scene, but it’s always great to find ways to hide and diffuse your lights.In this case, we were able to kill two birds with one stone by diffusing the lights and hiding them at the same time. We did this by hanging plastic painting drop cloths all around the scene. This way, the lights would just become nice, big, hot points of light in the background. As far as the viewer is concerned, these could just be work-lights or overhead fixtures in the distance.This plastic drop cloth also diffused all the light really well. We were able to use a couple of Aputure 120Ds to fill the entire scene with a blue ambient light.HazeHaze is fun.Who doesn’t want to add haze to a scene? While it may not always be right for your story, if you can use haze in your scene, it has quite a few benefits. One of which is that it adds volume to the lights. All of your lights will be putting out nice beams — as subtle or noticeable as you want. This means there’s a good chance that even if you point your camera directly into a light, all you’re really going to see is a bright orb, adding another way to hide lights or motivate them as practicals.Haze also diffuses the light in your scene. It spreads light around, and it can make it softer — and give you more control over how hard or soft your sources are.Looking for more video tutorials? Check these out:ESCAPE ROOM (Short Film) — How To Composite Your Own StuntsVideo Tutorial: Camera Tips for Stabilizing a Shot in PostVideo Tutorial: Animate a 2D Mobile Device with After EffectsVideo Tutorial: How to Make 360° Videos Look BetterBest Lenses for Gimbal Cinematography When lighting a set, you need to find creative ways to hide and motivate lights. In this short film, we lit an entire scene just once. Here’s how.We recently released a short film to show how to work with some explosion and compositing effects. However, when it came to the actual production, we had a very short timeframe. We purposefully wrote it and planned it in a way that would make it easy to produce (and edit). That way we could spend most of the time working on the effects.This also meant we needed to shoot extremely quickly and plan the lighting effectively. We decided to light the scene in a 360-degree-friendly way. So, no matter where we placed the camera in the scene, all of the lights we used would properly light the set. To do this, we had to use all practical lighting and find ways to hide it from the camera.This was all relatively easy with this particular short film since the characters are tied to chairs. If there is a walk-and-talk in your scene, or if your characters are moving around quite a bit, this can all be a bit more difficult. However, if you know what look you want and you think it through, you can light any scene this way.If you haven’t seen the short yet, check it out.