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#1 Michael Wilson

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Posted 05 October 2010 - 03:14 PM

Here is a shot I did for a web series that just released.

Took a couple of wooden dowels and stuffed them in the rails. Then made a cupholder out of bail wire and put some gaff tape on for cushion so it wouldn't jiggle. It was a fun shot to do. Had to brace the post like all get out when she grabbed the beer but I think the frame is so busy it didn't matter if their was a little movement. We did a 4-5 minute oner in another episode which will be coming out soon.

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#2 Kevin Andrews SOC

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Posted 05 October 2010 - 10:20 PM

I like it. The focus pulled at just the right time.

Did something similar with popcorn and a soda last year. Took me a few takes before the popcorn stopped falling out. The soda was empty though so I had an easier time. Check out at about 1:28 into my reel.
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#3 Lohengrin Zapiain

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Posted 06 October 2010 - 11:19 AM

I like it. The focus pulled at just the right time.

Hey Michael, great job holding the frame when they take the weight of the beer off! I was quite surprised they did it (take the beer off the sled) and I don't think there is any focus rack off the beer pint, there is an immediate cut thought.
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