I’d say that’s up to you.


I’d say that’s up to you.

I actually started production on another movie today and what i did was turn the camera on, hit record, tell my actors what to do and just keep recording until i got a good “take”. I have a Flash media camcorder, so I can afford to do this.

I don’t do LS, MS, CU or any process. I figure out the way the shots will look in my head right before I shoot, then hurry and bang it all out in one take each if possible. Very strange perhaps, but that’s me. That’s how I shot my most successful movie to date and it’s very relaxing.

Good luck! Chris of Colorado

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