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" Don Coufal on "Elizabethtown" "

that great photo is going to be my response to students who" think"  shots like that should be done with a wireless lav, though I may suggest wireless booming!

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Man that's an amazing picture of Santiago. I like the whole setup of that. Great!!!

Really great!  Fantastic location, and proof that lavs aren't the only choice in what must have been a noisy environment.

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Lao Chen,one of the best boom op in Shanghai,China,who used to work with Drew Kunin during the "Lust,Caution" in the China part. This was during we doing a FF in the middle of this year.

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This is Bradley Kendrick one of the best Boom Operators in the UK, we have been working together since 1997, the black & white photo was taken on an Edinburgh rooftop by Neil Davidson on the film "New Town Killers".

The furry photo was taken by Graeme Hunter while shooting the TV series "Garrow's Law".

Brian

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Laurence   

Interesting that you should mention that, RVD.  And quite true.... it's what you have to do when the pole's out full, especially outdoors with a zep.  I look at that picture and I see job security for the Chiropractor.  That roof top might be a tough spot for a Fisher Boom but I wish we saw more of them on sound stages.

Laurence

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This is Bradley Kendrick one of the best Boom Operators in the UK, <<><><>

Brian

Brian, i worked with Saint a few years ago, great guy, and boom op. Learnt a lot from him...

Oh and i see the Panamic at work. Lucky you guys, its a home product....

-vin

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Hey Koff,

The way I do it is to upload the photo to my Photobucket account and then copy the "Direct Link". Then click on the "Insert image" icon above the post reply window (second from left). I paste the direct link in between the bracketed "img"s. See you Monday!

Paul

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Hey Koff,

The way I do it is to upload the photo to my Photobucket account and then copy the "Direct Link". Then click on the "Insert image" icon above the post reply window (second from left). I paste the direct link in between the bracketed "img"s. See you Monday!

Paul

When, and if, I do this big revamp of our wonderful group, uploading images, video, etc. will be very easy. This is one of the reasons I want to make changes.

-  Jeff Wexler

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engaudio   

Nothing unusual looking here, except my boom op was deaf...

It was a shoot that involved help from the local school for the deaf, part of a "get into the community and prove you're ok" gig. And yep, once I showed him where to point he was fine.

(took a bit of show and tell but he got it)

Grant.

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