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I figured I’d share with you a handful of shots from our video production last week aboard the CBR Yacht, affectionately known as the CBR Boat Show.
While last year looked good, we had a number of upgrades this year over last. To begin with, we utilized a different yacht this year, one that gave us greater room on the top deck with which to film. Lincoln Morrison, our director, took care of it all — from running sound, video and lighting, arranging the set and even snapping the occasional pic. I’ve included a couple of neat shots of what it looked like up there, plus a couple of shots of some guests we had out to the yacht. Look for more video and more pics in the coming days.
This is where Lincoln spent most of his time, popping back and forth from camera to camera, running audio and lighting.Â In this shot you can see we’ve blocked off a lot of the background light as the sun was hitting us in weird ways.
Here’s a shot from behind our “set.”Â The crappy knock-off statues from Tijuana in the foreground, a three person set-up and then the cameras and lighting equipment.
Lincoln snapped this shot when legendary horror actor Robert Englund visited the yacht.Â You can see the scrim in the background, which was used for most of the two-person interviews.
And below are just two of the many photos we took on the yacht.Â First up is Zach Qunito and below that is DC Executive Editor Dan Didio.Â More soon.