Church Scene Panorama

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Far left: 1200 HMI w/ Hampshire frost
Center: Arri AS18 shooting into a 12’x12′ unbleached muslin
Right: 1200 HMI shooting into 8’x8′ muslin
Far Right: 4’x4 Kino

Very fun scene yesterday morning. Lots of creeping and full speed doorway dolly action.

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‘Tunage Day 3

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This place again?
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Nice looking skylight. 20120823-092051.jpg
Boom halo.
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Top stick, plus a 40″ arm.20120823-092152.jpgFogger from the future.

‘Tunage

20120820-071022.jpgStarting the work day at sunset can have its benefits, assuming you’re working at a pace to appreciate it. 20120820-071031.jpg
I’m discovering a lot of cuts all over my body after lugging two 1.2k HMIs and two pieces of 4’x4′ beadboard with mombo combos through the only thorn bushes we could find. 20120820-071051.jpg
What 2800 watts in the middle of the woods looks like.20120820-071104.jpg
We got smarter as the night went on. This is not typical. 20120820-071119.jpg
This is not the worst I’ve seen, but it’s pretty good for only a few hours.

BL&G

Last week I had the pleasure of teaching the Basic Lighting & Grip class at Maine Media Workshops. It was a week of long days in an old familiar place. It was great to be back there and I was lucky to have such good students and a killer TA. Below you will see a panorama of one of the setups we had in the stage.
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A dolly shot with TV light effect, brancholoris, car headlights wiping through faux Venetian blinds, a door that swings open to create a shadowy figure and, of course, a gun reveal in the final frame.

Day 13 of 15

It’s the last week of production. Wrap party is near.
20120620-081833.jpgA monster croissant is a good way to start the day.

20120620-140738.jpgMorning woods.