Loved the Film Noir Butter episode!
Posted 27 May 2004 - 10:11 AM
My fellow cinéastes and I have noticed that you rarely have the camera in a single place for more than a few seconds. You're always tracking, or panning. I also noticed that you like to use unusual angles (very high or low). Do you do this just to make it more fun or what? Lastly, (I promise) I wanted to know, what kind of camera you use for the shots from inside the fridge, paper bag, and oven. Is it a DV cam or do you use your regular camera?
Personally, I think you're show is great and worth watching because each episode has a plot, however simple or complicated (Ill gotten Grains, point in case, but that was one of the best ones!). There is always a reason why food must be cooked. Whether it is to rescue your "worthless hound dog" or to appease the "evil" stalker fan. Food with a mission, that sounds like, well you know, GE.
Sincerly, (or maybe not that sincerely),
PS, the food scientist lady is sooo cute, she reminds me of my highschool English teacher![/COLOR]
Posted 01 June 2004 - 06:53 PM
As for gear, all our cameras are DVcam. The fridge shots are done on high end consumer camcorders and everthing else is done with either "prosumer" or professional cameras...but we master everything on mini DVs. .