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kiplorenzo

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About kiplorenzo

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  • Birthday 05/25/1967

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    http://www.vimeo.com/kiplorenzo

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    Elizabeth, CO ( Outside of Denver)
  • Occupation
    Information Technology

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    Lighting, horses, technology
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    web
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

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    3.9.0
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    Advanced

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  1. I have seen the inflatable ones on the net, which are cheaper than the hard plastic. i've thought about approaching a plastics manufacturer here in Denver as I think it might be less expensive. I have seen some people use wood, metal and flexible Plexiglass to make a multi cover dome (where you have more than 1 set of the moving heads in them... those don't look so hard, however, I am not going to put 3 or 4 of these lights together, I'm wanting to space them out in the yard or along the front Deck. If anyone has any ideas of building a single DYI dome for one of these (and I have thought about the inexpensive window well covers also) Please reach out. 650.00 for a dome cover for these lights each is a bit ridiculous when I know it doesn't cost that much to make one. Thx Kip
  2. Hi Gang, So I have been looking around and found some great moving heads that I want to incorporate in 2020's show (replacing the deck on the front of the house and the electrical systems lived there) What I need to find is some dome covers for moving heads as we get lots of snow and rain in colorado. The prices I am seeing are around 650-1500.00 each. Is there a supplier that you might have that has them? I'm also interested in the inflatable covers but would like some feedback on how those handle heavy snow or rain and sometimes hail. Thanks Kip
  3. Here is 2017's videos. Some of these have a blinky flashy rating of 10 and some are more mellow. Due to the deck being replaced this next year, I am taking a couple of years off from this hobby. This is Halloween (Nightmare b4 Christmas)- Never published or shown in a show. Believe-Josh Grobin Amazing Grace-2017 Hallelujah (Christmas version of the song from Shrek) Nutcracker- Russian Dance
  4. Thank you all for the Comments. Going to be ordering more lights for next year. For those that would like to see the progression, I have the Main Site I use also: https://www.vimeo.com/kiplorenzo/albums
  5. Hi Gang, Last years show was somewhat the same as this years.... I made 2 changes: I used Phantom of the Opera's Overature as an opening and then I resequenced Wizards in Winter. Let me give you a heads up... Wizards is Extremely Blinky flashy. I would say on a scale of 1 to 10 that its around a 15. I did have a couple people that said "AGAIN!" and 1 said she got a little dizzy. But Hey, I'm a blinky flashy color loving Light Nut. Here is the YouTube Links. I'm also uploading a side View of the display. Feedback is always welcome. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPNQ8O1pSTKFuamH9bjk4bTPj5SgpvVTb
  6. They have gotten away from Christmas and headed towards Las Vegas Shows. Its nice to see the shows in Vegas, but I want to be in Vegas for those as they are always over the Top (Less Disney's Studios Theme Park at Christmas that does a nice show also, but not over the top) I prefer to incorporate some of the RGB stuff but I try to make sure it looks Christmasy (is that a word...LOL) No Hollywood show setup. If I wanted Hollywood show setup, I would be adding trusses over my yard for hundreds of Moving Head lamps and Lasers (not that I don't love all blinky Flashy Stuff that changes color and is controllable. )
  7. These can prolly be built a bit cheaper with a Controller and a Set of WS2811's from Ray Wu
  8. I use hitfilm for Video editing...and its free!
  9. Don't forget a couple of Bounce Sheets. Bugs really detest the odor as do Mice.
  10. Anything that you have him build custom takes longer as the string or LED has to be built with their machines. I've placed tons of Custom orders... and usually in Feb also so I don't have to worry about Crunch time.
  11. I buy all of my Intelligent stuff from him. Email him with Screenshots of the web pages you want in an excel spreadsheet and he will email back a quote for the cost including shipping, which is usually cheaper than the Ali-Express Shippiing Charges. Great Guy to deal with.
  12. Hi, If these are true 3 pin or 5 pin DMX Connectors you are looking to add, I get mine from DMX King.com They have a single unit and a multi unit.
  13. I've learned to keep the iso Low... Say no more than 200 as it allows for more light to come into the lense. Also make sure that the ND Filter is set to off.
  14. I know this is crazy, but it works to keep the bugs out in the summer as my controllers are out year round: BOUNCE (yes the fabric softener sheet) buy them in bulk at Sams or Costco and put 2 in each controller. It also keeps mice and wasps and and other critters out. They don't like the odor!
  15. I have seen up to episode 4 (which is on Hulu) and I want to know where the one Guy (who makes his house a Giant Screen) got the Plastic Mounted Pixel net stuff (without the pixels in them) I'd like to change out my Deck line to that
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