So I learned a lot from a recent Red Hood shoot as director. I wanted to share my thoughts with you guys while it's still fresh in my mind. I hope you guys find these experiences helpful and let me know if you want me to explain anything that may be an issue
I know it's been a while since I've written an update on how things are coming for Forward. This is my first time working with a VFX artist and I have to say it's been a great experience so far. Let me back up, I found my VFX artist Chase Bickel online and reached
So we had a great evening shoot with the cast and crew shooting "Forward". Filmed in the basement of the Bank of America building in downtown Lakeland. It was a full night with extras and some brilliant actors Chuck Fonshell Jr. as "Horace" and J.J. Crowne as "Abe". We decided to cross the 180
Okay, so I should have written this about 2 months ago. Time got away from me so here I am writing this a week before our first shoot. Sets We decided to build a set this time different than our last film where we just chose great locations. However, it made the process much more
So I wanted to shoot a scene of The Covet with a snorricam but they are crazy expensive and the how to DIY videos online I didn't like any of them. So I used a photo from the Arrow to make my own. In this video we discuss that process.
So we went back and shot the alley scene again. The one we were rained on the first time remember? If not here's that post. It was dry this time and the hotel lights were working as well which was the whole reason we chose this location to shoot. You can see the hotel over his head in this frame.