A Day Filming

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  1. jophassa

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    Went on a filming trip. Here are the pics of before and during...

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    cool :D what camera is that, looks like a Canon.... either Xl1, Xl1s or XL2 lol. Looks as if you had a good days filming!
     
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    i am not too sure. it uses miniDV and has a 16x optical zoom. i think it has 3ccds and OIS too. no screen, though. filming was fun although it wasnt my film we were making - that is still to come....
     
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    thanks for the comment btw...
     
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    yeah its definitly one of the canon range :) i hope we get to see the movie. This one and yours!
     
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    this film is part of a trilogy of films called Bishop Bruce. my films will be in the style of lost in translation and sideways - a style i hoped to develop before they came out.
     
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    1: lovely 'behind the set' scene, has a great feel and compo
    3: almost surreal, nice motion and good focus
    7: makes me wonder ... ;)
    --> absolute favs
     
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    Thanks, 7 was the end of the film when the Bishop's hat is floating down the river - he becomes a nun and gets baptised. Strange.
     

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