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This was a project for ECD Lacrosse, a company based in Towson, Maryland. My brother, Adam, and I grew up playing the game of lacrosse, so we’ve always wanted to do a spot that featured the sport in a highly stylized and visual way.
I love the look the Kowas give, softening the image in all the right places while providing enough crispness to deliver quality images. Their lightweight size also make them ideal to use for handheld, MoVI, or aerial work. Being a small crew and needing to be nimble, we mostly utilized an M18 and the Quasars. We used the Quasars for most of our interior setups, the most obvious one being used on the lacrosse goal as practicals. These fixtures give off an impressive amount of light and their versatility make them a clutch tool to have on hand for many different scenarios.
Danny is more than a barber, he is one of the hardest working & passionate people I’ve ever met who truly loves what he does and gives everything 110%. Although this piece doesn’t show just how successful he is at what he does, I think it gives the audience a good sense of the intensity & grind that he brings to the table.
I chose to shoot anamorphic because Danny is a very intense guy whose strong look and presence immediately lends itself to being captured with that kind of aesthetic. For lighting, I chose the M18 because I needed a light that packed a punch, specifically to drive through 6×6 and 8×8 frame. My second choice of light was Arri’s Skypanel which is a very versatile light that gives me options and lets me test and tweak certain things on the fly. Since this was a very ambitious project with an incredibly small crew, I felt that I was getting a lot of bang for my buck with the Skypanel.
The project I’m working on was for a one-on-one interview that will air on a late night television show later this year. Due to the speed & simplicity of the shoot, the subjects were lit with two Kino Selects shown boomed above and behind each chair. I added the diffusers to soften the intensity on the subject’s eyes. It was very efficient being able to have full control over both units from the ballasts on the ground.
Since we were using the location’s large windows as our base exposure, with a non-existent expendables budget (in terms of time, mainly), it was crucial that we used these units for their ability to really fine tune color temperature. Right before the cameras started rolling, I laid out a large roll of bleached muslin (still rolled in picture) in front of the chairs to get a little bit of kick back onto the subjects.