Major_T_Pain139 karma2021-11-23 14:36:13 UTC
Just curious how much of your filming was B-crew, pickups, inserts etc?
For instance, In Prisoner Of Azkaban, there is an insert of the backs of the three main protagonists walking across the bridge (1:22:57) the first time we watch events unfold.
I'm trying not to be creepy, but you can clearly tell from
... Behind ...
That it is the doubles (you) walking for Hermione and Ron, probably for Harry too. Just interesting to see shots like that, which i assume are pickups.
Like, that was a whole set-up and maybe a day of shooting just for an establishing insert. Wild.
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Major_T_Pain83 karma2021-11-23 15:02:08 UTC
That's pretty fun stuff that often gets overlooked.
And ya, I definitely don't mean any disrespect to second unit work!
I like to think of that work as the engineering of a film. They often don't get the credit they deserve, but they are the ones that make the film work structurally.
Definitely checking out the podcast now, thanks again!
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