LIGHTS ON BODY & FACE

14/05/2013

A WARM WELCOME

so, I’ve been announced the teaser for quite a long time, but the post processing of this shooting took a bit more than I expected… nevertheless patience pays off, I guess. In a nutshell, this shooting was the most prepared of mine, involving a huge team effort, planning and financial costs. The idea of this shooting started around Halloween last year and slowly grew by time. In this spring all thing seemed to fall in place and we prepared seriously for this shooting. We did a location scouting, storyboard making, make-up tests and finally when the weekend of the shooting came, we entered in our role… One of the challenges was to shoot this story not in according to the timeline of the story… Overall I feel kind of content of the outcome. Much we’ve learned of this, I am pretty sure… how and when we shall make another story is yet to be determined, but one thing is certain, I am not going to stop here… Nope!

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So, I guess the story is far from perfect, I admit that. I just hope is understandable… I tend to see stories like this like a movie in my head and I am trying to capture the key frames in photos, in order to force the viewer to fill the missing blanks… The last photo is the group shot after the first day of shooting. Credits to: Endreffy Csaba (project manager), Anamaria V. ( lady of the manor), Éva Bartha (maid girl), Réka Kopacz (maid girl), Dudás Szabolcs (salesman/victim), Gyopi Puskás (make-up). This way you can easily figure out who am I in that last photo … And great thanks for Claudiu Baias (light assistant – post process editor) !!!

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