1. There were a couple of shots at the "Bookie's Hang Out" where a tweeny rigged to the cieling was in clear sight. With perhaps a sheet of paper or something just to block the flare from the light itself. Here's a still, tell me what you think:
another shot of that board/paper in the same spot, for continuity purposes I assume:
2. Also, there were a couple more shots of this practical lamp. I don't know if it was a style of the time to hang sheets of paper from them...you tell me. It seems like a deliberate choice just to do so just to remove the distraction of a halated bulb in the frame.
3. One more where we can clear see the studio light. I can't quite make out what it is, but it seemed like a bare bulb with some wrap or diffusion was put there in hopes of hiding the studio light that was placed just behind it. We see the actor walking, he stops just behind that bulb, bu it's a quality of light that I don't think is coming from a photoflood with diffusion between it and him:
4. This is just my favorite shot of the entire film, I had to say:
5. And Norma Jean:
Edited by Jonathan Bowerbank, 03 February 2008 - 04:53 AM.