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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

4th of July Video Shoot for TheDaily.com | Behind the Scenes


Last week we had some visitors in Concord.  A team from TheDaily.com came out to do a 4th of July shoot - my first video shoot.  The video posts tomorrow (Thursday) morning - I'll share a link as soon as it is up! UPDATE : here is the link to the video!


The table was set with flags and berries in baskets... I set the scene and they brought their equipment to film.   Here are all of my props before we set the table.  Everything was shot step-by-step.



Jealous of their fancy lenses.  Of course, I talked the photographer's ear off about photography...


...anything for some free photog lessons, right?  It was great just to watch him and take notes.


The blueberries are ready... almost a little too ready as they were baking in the hot sun we had last week. 


In my kitchen, they filmed me making a Red White & Blue 4th of July Ice Cream Cake... it looked a lot different in there than it does when it is just me and my camera on a little tripod.  Now I know why the Barefoot Contessa built a barn! 


Emma's first shoot- she's a natural.



Visit here to see the beautiful video they created and all of the details from the Star-Spangled 4th of July Party.

5 comments:

  1. This is sooooo exciting Jenny! Can't wait to see the movie!

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  2. How exciting! It looks gorgeous!

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  3. Anonymous9:15 AM

    Exciting and wonderful and what fun.
    Please do a post on the photo tips sometime.
    Nancy

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  4. Where did you find your navy enamel dinnerware? Love it! ~ Carrie

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  5. I love it..! I have enjoyed looking at these photos.. Good ideas for backdrops.

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