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#1 Jim Keller

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Posted 22 June 2009 - 03:51 PM

We have no idea if we're ever going to attempt to make more of these (it'll depend on how this one goes over), but if so I'd love some input from those of you who know more than me about how we can ratchet up that "old primetime TV" look.

Part Two

We're shooting on a Panasonic HVX200, and our lighting kit consists of a handful of tungsten lights and a couple of soft boxes. (Most of the live-action stuff we do is a basic on-camera presenter, so the gear is well suited to that application. We were seriously improvising to try to get this look.)

Thanks!
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