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#1 Michael LaVoie

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Posted 28 April 2006 - 10:09 AM

So, I got some footage back from The Wine bar. We shot with the HVX200, the PStechnick adaptor and a set of Zeiss superspeeds from Duall camera. I shot at a 1.4, rated the package at 200 and the stills you will see are from a DV copy that I received from the director so this is uncorrected downconverted SD footage. Some stills have been raised in brightness for web viewing but no more than plus 4 in photoshop. A filmout is being planned once editing completes.

The master:

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Seths closeup for bartender interaction. He asks for a beer and is told he's in a wine bar.:

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Seths closeup for Evelyn's interaction:



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Evilyn's closeup for Seth's interaction:



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The boyfriend arrives:


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Evilyn writes him notes because she's mute:


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The bartender watches:


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Boyfriends closeup on Seth as seth reads the notes to him aloud:


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I'm actually missing the reverse shot of that so here's the last shot in the film when
Seth is left alone and the bartender presents him with a complimentary beer for helping
Evilyn

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This is a behind the scenes still showing left to right:

Chien Huey- A.C. Christian Rembde-the director, myself, and Seth, the writer and lead actor

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If I had to do it over, I may have rated the package at ISO 125 instead of 200. The HD monitor showed us a lot of detail that isn't in the downconverted footage so I think we'll be okay when we transfer to film. I'll post info on that when it happens. Meanwhile, you can check out some behind the scenes stills at the website:
http://www.thewinebarmovie.com/
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