1st post for today, one more to follow!
First, some news about the 2nd shooting of Project F.
This week, I finally managed to solve the biggest issue: finding a proper location for future shootings!
I asked the managers of some public swimming pools, but the prices for one hour were……. BIG.
Of course, there would always be the possibility to shoot in a lake, but that comes with quite a lot of disadvantages (sight, comfort, and especially privacy etc.) even I still want to have a video shooting at such a location in the future.
The bad news first:
The shooting is still nearly 2 months away
The good news:
The location will have a really big pool, much bigger than the ones that are owned by private persons.
The pool will also be deep(er) (around 6 feet in total) than the one from the first shooting.
Fins can be used this time 😉
The lighting should be much better in that location (+ I bought UW lights in the meantime).
It is much less expensive than anything in comparison.
I secured a time window of 5 hours for that shooting. I guess 1 hour will be spent preparing the shooting at the location, quick instructions, and collecting all the gear upon departure.
That (hopefully) leaves around 4 hours for the shooting itself and I wanna make the most of it.
This time I certainly won’t leave the location to pick someone up like the last time 😉
The goal is to make 2 videos in that time. One rather simple one and one with an average complex script.
These videos should be around 5-10 minutes long each.
Depending on how it will go, I will need to be flexible and improvise here and there.
This time I wanna focus on underwater action/peril and also wanna show the frogwomen outside the water as well (beginning of the video).
With the experience of the last “casting”, I hope it will be much easier this time to find fitting frogwomen for this shoot.
Now that I found this location, the time between shooting won’t be as long in the future.
Well, if everything goes as planned at least.
More news soon!
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