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Feb 11, 2019 22:24:51   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
My mentality on photography is to always be Looking for the bizzare.....odd, and different. Today while riding my bike on the boardwalk at the beach I spotted a film crew filming a German TV program. I was all over it! For a couple of these photos I cloned out the guy lines. Keep your eyes forever peeled for opportunities that randomly happen my fellow UHH friends!
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Feb 11, 2019 22:34:55   #
Curmudgeon (a regular here)
 
I don't know what to say. For technique--good, for content--

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Feb 11, 2019 22:42:20   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
Curmudgeon wrote:
I don't know what to say. For technique--good, for content--


Yeah Curmudgeon.......I agree. The photos are nothing more than a documentary of the event........nothing special. I do love the bizzareness (if that's even a word) of the imagery.

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Feb 11, 2019 22:59:22   #
pmorin (a regular here)
 
BrentHarder wrote:
My mentality on photography is to always be Looking for the bizzare.....odd, and different. Today while riding my bike on the boardwalk at the beach I spotted a film crew filming a German TV program. I was all over it! For a couple of these photos I cloned out the guy lines. Keep your eyes forever peeled for opportunities that randomly happen my fellow UHH friends!
These are best viewed in download mode.


I like your photo series. This is one of the reasons Surf City is so unique. In the space of a week you can find much to photograph by the city beach and nearby wetlands. Even in the winter.
Your photos do a great job of telling me the story of a film production. It makes me wonder about overkill and how they probably could have produced similar results with a green screen and a bit of video editing.
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Feb 12, 2019 00:08:21   #
EyeShootWideOpen
 
BrentHarder wrote:
My mentality on photography is to always be Looking for the bizzare.....odd, and different. Today while riding my bike on the boardwalk at the beach I spotted a film crew filming a German TV program. I was all over it! For a couple of these photos I cloned out the guy lines. Keep your eyes forever peeled for opportunities that randomly happen my fellow UHH friends!
These are best viewed in download mode.


love what you did with #1, great series...I too love bizarre but I think you may have topped me! Enjoyed the share.

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Feb 12, 2019 07:31:07   #
Stephan G (a regular here)
 
pmorin wrote:
I like your photo series. This is one of the reasons Surf City is so unique. In the space of a week you can find much to photograph by the city beach and nearby wetlands. Even in the winter.
Your photos do a great job of telling me the story of a film production. It makes me wonder about overkill and how they probably could have produced similar results with a green screen and a bit of video editing.
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Green screens are not as effective as many think. However, photographic adjustment will certainly be applied in this production. It does diminish the time for the processing and there are details that could not be duplicated in green screen. The result of whatever process is used will determine the success of the chosen method.

Even in the movies that are doing a tremendous amount of CGI they find limitations in story telling.

Bottom line, it depends on the purpose for the processing as to which will give the best result in the story telling.

The series above tells a story without the benefit of green screen. Would it have more impact if it was green screened?

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Feb 12, 2019 07:49:07   #
pixelmaven
 
An entertaining set, Brent. I love what you shared!

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Feb 12, 2019 10:07:40   #
Susan yamakawa (a regular here)
 
Great photo opportunities !👍👍👍😄😄😄

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Feb 12, 2019 10:46:44   #
Earnest Botello (a regular here)
 
Very good series Brent, I would have fainted up there.

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Feb 12, 2019 10:55:27   #
llindstrand (a regular here)
 
BrentHarder wrote:
My mentality on photography is to always be Looking for the bizzare.....odd, and different. Today while riding my bike on the boardwalk at the beach I spotted a film crew filming a German TV program. I was all over it! For a couple of these photos I cloned out the guy lines. Keep your eyes forever peeled for opportunities that randomly happen my fellow UHH friends!
These are best viewed in download mode.


Very nice series, Brent!
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Feb 12, 2019 11:11:54   #
Katydid (a regular here)
 
Really fun. That's what it's all about!

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Feb 12, 2019 11:53:17   #
Bmac
 
Interesting find Brent, and your words ring so true. There are opportunities for photographs all around us.

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Feb 12, 2019 13:24:41   #
pmorin (a regular here)
 
Stephan G wrote:
Green screens are not as effective as many think. However, photographic adjustment will certainly be applied in this production. It does diminish the time for the processing and there are details that could not be duplicated in green screen. The result of whatever process is used will determine the success of the chosen method.

Even in the movies that are doing a tremendous amount of CGI they find limitations in story telling.

Bottom line, it depends on the purpose for the processing as to which will give the best result in the story telling.

The series above tells a story without the benefit of green screen. Would it have more impact if it was green screened?
Green screens are not as effective as many think. ... (show quote)


Impact? No, probably not. Less expensive than hiring a crane, no doubt.

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Feb 12, 2019 13:25:50   #
SpyderJan (a regular here)
 
You certainly have found "Bizarre" Brent. Did you manage to find out the name of the show? Maybe they are trying to recreate the Steven Spielberg image of the boy riding his bicycle over the Moon. Whatever, the images certainly do tell an interesting story. Click Click.

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Feb 12, 2019 13:55:41   #
FL Streetrodder
 
Brent, you certainly live in the right place for capturing the Bizarre! Good job of cloning out the guy wires.

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