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Boom operators - Cool photos

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GAGaudio   
16 hours ago, Martin Jelovsek said:

On shoot of Slovenian motion picture 5c944e1001d030d1575156a0369fa8b0.jpg349ffdcba4fe3948c92b74a353a8c4f4.jpg

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Awesome shots man!

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Nate C   

They used a Flyer quite a lot on my current gig. The Best Boy asked for some booming tips.

Between takes.

Cam Op "the flyer is in shoot"

Gaffer "yeah I'm resting my arms"

Me (hysterical laughter). 

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10 hours ago, Mirror said:

Young Jimmy Eric?

New mount, so not young Jimmy. But I can see what you were thinking.

Probably Atlanta, given the source and the I20 sign.

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Mirror   
9 hours ago, RPSharman said:

New mount, so not young Jimmy. But I can see what you were thinking.

Probably Atlanta, given the source and the I20 sign.

Yeah, I figured it wasn't really him.  I just said it so that those who know Jimmy would get a smile. :)

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12 hours ago, Mirror said:

Yeah, I figured it wasn't really him.  I just said it so that those who know Jimmy would get a smile. :)

I'll be smiling when I get to work with him soon :-)

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Dutch   

I love my job! Part of the enjoyment of this career is tackling the challenges we face everyday. Capturing sound at Niagara Falls is a good example. Having the Director give a "shout out" to the sound team at the film premier is icing on the cake.

 

Booming at Niagara Falls 2.jpg

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On 10/17/2016 at 10:45 AM, RPSharman said:

New mount, so not young Jimmy. But I can see what you were thinking.

Probably Atlanta, given the source and the I20 sign.

Atlanta legend Freddy Chancellor 

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Mungo   
On 23.1.2017 at 4:52 PM, soundmanjohn said:

Found this whilst looking up music related items for Midnight Cowboy. IMDB lists the boom op as Robert Rogow.

John

BoomMC.jpeg

Did that dolly really roll on a wooden boardwalk? How did this sound?

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32 minutes ago, Mungo said:

Did that dolly really roll on a wooden boardwalk? How did this sound?

Most all dolly "track" was built on the day with wood. Metal tube-type track wasn't really in use much until mid-1970s as I recall. Usually the dolly move was quiet with the wooden track not adding anything we couldn't deal with.

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Laurence   

"Put down some boards!"  I remember it well.  And it gave the camera a lot more flexibility by not limiting the design of the dolly move to what can be built from sections of straight or curved track.

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