To Greece we give our shining blades - Lord Byron
Used to be about $800 per 1000' for film what that translates to is about 10 minutes, but in reality it's generally 8 to 9 minutes of film per camera. If you have multiple cameras with multiple takes, you could go through thousands of feet a day. I did one day on this one film where we shot 15,000 feet in about 4 hours using a high speed camera. That's about $12,000 for one shot not including gear rental and crew costs.
The access of this technology also allows for more people to get into the pool and the access of web distribution opens it up for more people to get exposure which is a good and bad thing. So, we could add a discussion on webseries here as well.
I like 'Booth at the End' Think that's web only. About a guy who sits in this coffee shop trading peoples wishes for deeds they must do to get them.
Under the Patronage of Lord Condormanius
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Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
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"Courage is doing what you're afraid to do. There can be no courage unless you're scared."-- Eddie Rickenbacker (1890-1973)
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