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2006 May Ni Hao Production


May 2006 Ni Hao Production


On May 27th and May 29th Zebra Four Productions filmed a cooking show for a small start-up company called Ni Hao Production, LLC. This is the 10 hour May 27th shoot.
 
I gots cameras 
 
    
 Andrew and Patrick set up our rented 1000 Watt light, the Chimera
 
 
Andrew setting up what is soon to become a 3 TV live feed command center 
 
 
Our Lighting equipment 
 
 
 Patrick stands by
 
 
 
 Andrew sets up the camera Patrick and Zach will use to film and record our Audio
 
 
Kelsi does some quick washing 
 
 
Andrew, Zach, Chesley (behind couch) and one of our two producers, Teresa.
 
 
 
 I am well lit

 
 Chesley and Andrew check cameras in between shots
 
  
The Cooking Show's star, Katya 
 
 
 The three boys on the set found a common intrest
 
 
Kelsi at her Comand Center 
 
 
Lunch time! 
 
 
This table is a standard feature in my car. I love Honda! 
 
 
Zach, our sound guru, and the amazing fuzzy microphone 
 
 
 Kelly, one of the producers, looks like she's operating the camera here, Its really me though - sitting down on the job.
 
 
 An intimidating group aren't we?
  
 
 Getting instructions
 
 
12 Hours of footage shot in 10 hours of set time! 
 
 
 The most amazing part of the shoot? 100% of all the equipment fit in my car,
 
 
 Including Patrick!
 
 

Creation date: Jun 9, 2006 11:41 am     Last modified date: Mar 7, 2007 12:44 am   Last visit date: Jul 26, 2017 5:32 pm
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6/20/2006
8:19 pm
Richard Carr (richard)
Great shots, my favorite were " An intimidating group aren't we?" and the first photo.  The captains were just the right length.
Jun 23, 2006  ( 1 comment )  
6/23/2006
10:42 am
Ian Carr (redlightbulb)
The kids held up well, everyone was pretty out of it by the end of the shoot - But compared to the parents of the kids (who had to get all of the food ready, and gesticulate forgotten lines) the children looked down right peppy by the end. Our crew on the other hand were troopers that I'm sure slept like babies that night.
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