Tuesday, July 27, 2010

KOB Shot of the Day #54: The Battle on "A" & "B" (and sometimes "C")

Shot with iPhone, click to enlarge.

It can be both fun and frustrating to shoot on multiple cameras; Great because you double your shots, can ramp different speeds without having to mimic the action over and over as much and just get more dynamic coverage in less time, but you also have to practically cross your eyes to catch EVERYTHING, and having 2 or even like tonight THREE cameras on what is the beginning of our "War" scene can sometimes make things even more confusing and constricting as to where you can place said cams.

But damn if it aint a blast playing Battle with friends,both new and old. Challenging but fruitful night.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Baphomet has only one known weakness, and that is hotties in leather corsets and In-N-Out Burger.

8:24 AM  
Blogger Eric said...

The war scene has been one of my favorites so far, the energy was great and everyone was really into it. Lots of impressive stuff, can't wait to see it.

Wotan the Bear Barbarian

12:58 PM  
Blogger B-Movie Becky said...

Great pic! That's some crazy multi-tasking going on.

2:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yup that is me fighting with bloody knuckles and all for this GREAT Battle!!

Good Full Moon night of shooting see you once again!! GGrrrrrrrrrrr

~Wild Angel~

2:50 PM  
Anonymous Sir Davius said...

Looking good Joe,
Lovin what your doing there and you have such a great attitude it is a pleasure to be working with you guys.SO looking forward to seeing the finished product,that day will soon come so press forward and keep the faith,now "Back to one!!"

5:05 AM  
Blogger Monique said...

That was so awesome to watch being filmed. Wish I was in that scene darnit!

Joe, you do some awesome work and I love how you were trying to refrain from dropping "F" Bomb that night. Was cracking us up.

Red/black Warrior

10:45 AM  
Blogger Rae said...

What a fantastic experience for me!
I couldn't have asked for a better director to be my first. ;)

The background actors were treated extremely well and what contact we had with you and the rest of the crew was amazing. We felt included in the whole process.

The wench in red and blue.

5:06 PM  

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