Motion in Restaurant
just go ahead. Go for it. I'm gonna be right behind ship. Tell me from in your frame. But no, you're good. If I get a portrait of him, you will be in my frame. Yes. So that's OK. Save these collars ever since you Oh, this is This is where it's happening right here from in your friends. Yeah, you're good. I feel like I'm shooting Cimarusti. That's just that was amazing. Um, the sun's starting to show come through. That's where we don't have to get him breaking on the whole thing. As long as we have something you want to do. Portrait. Now you're gonna talk. Yeah. I don't know. Underneath. Um, no. Yeah. I can crop you out and we do it. I think we're good. We have it. Yeah, that's pretty to that. Cool. Still on a tightness up. Okay, I'm gonna tighten up this freedom position wise. You can You will have a slide. The board I want about this much gap on the other side. Yeah, so we're even casket. It's a cool placement. It can be, but I think it's got enough shadow that it still lists off the ...
white. So the compositions. It still feels really good and really like that. That random cross in the frame. So you're basically gonna walk from here? Just the spacing here. That's it. You want these life? Yeah, sure. That'd be awesome like this, Monica. Okay, just this Within this section, he's going to get that angle, and then we'll Todd shoots the horizontal. I'm gonna shoot vertical detail. Yeah, I think about here. Okay, so we're shooting two angles on motion. Todd's gonna do a direct, um, horizontal on here, but what? He's gonna see it? I'm just kind of illustrate to you what the picture is going to see. Is this really great Stack a pox right behind you. You, Joe, just kind of working. And they were gonna have Monica back and forth to show that activity. And, um, I'm gonna shoot from the single, and then we'll probably do another motion right through here as well. So that way, and then, ideally, I'd love to do emotion on the side. I mean, there's so much potential way gets to hear all day. How's that looking? So he's just setting up scenes, so I want you to stand right here. So That's your limit right there, There. And you're just gonna be like a robot. Okay? Just go back and forth and pretend you have something todo very busy. Pretend you're doing something really busy. Uh, not yet, Not yet. Can you just give me a quick You? A lot. The focus is is Joe. You're the You're the hero on this one. Okay, Okay. You tell him. Okay. Go ahead. Action. Moving group a little faster marker. Okay, Turn normally in a situation. We wouldn't stage it like this cause you guys are actually cooking too, so Okay. I mean, let me know when you go. Let's go. Okay. This is a great black and white shot guy. So we're gonna like, you know, were you wanting motion Blur or we just think this is gonna show motion Blur. So get blur. Okay, well, let me do two cents. Okay, One do one words without Muslim on that. Well, because I've got the one without much of those tight. Ok, that's fine. Go ahead. Just pretend it back. Busy. Just pretend. Turn around here. That's great. So he's It's by in your frame here. No, you're fine. But, um, I am your friend? Your shooting a horse out on this one. So you by Okay, don't move too much. Okay. Um, Joe just kind of blew, because that way I don't see myself in the mirror. Okay? Any time you guys already did. You hear that? Go. My adjusting slower. There's like, this napkin looks the same, don't you give me real quick. Thanks. Okay, Okay. And then go ahead and walk with good pace. Awesome.
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