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There has never been a more exciting time in the history to be a photographer. Technology in enabling accessibility like never before. If you can imagine it, you can capture it. And you dont have to spend an arm and a leg to do it. Helmet cam footage, a long-time staple in action sports and adrenaline fueled photography, has helped millions share their stories and creative vision in extraordinary ways. And the quality of these little cameras is getting better all the time. Big leaps have been made in the last couple of years.
The clip above is on the the whole other side of the spectrum. It’s real, raw, and unnerving from the middle of an active battlefield. No doubt, it was not created with artistic purpose. But it captures the context and imagery of what it is like, visually, to be in war. Nerve-rattling and stressful. Watch as this unknown US soldier places himself in harms way – presumably to to pull Taliban insurgent fire off his squad, pinned down above him, so they could get to safety. He is hit several times (reports suggest his body armor protected him from serious injury) and his exclamation, “Im hit, Im hit,” parks itself in your brain. The soldier’s actions might seem courageous and brave, but some are suggesting that he was reckless and moving into harms way without a plan for cover. I’m not a solider or an expert in fighting the Taliban, so I will leave that debate for others. I’m sure there will be no shortage of opinions.
The soldier is quoted:
“I got a hit a total of 4 times. My helmet cam died and i made it down the mountain on my own. I was also hit in the side of my helmet and my eye pro was shot off of my face.
A round struck the tube by my hand of the 203 grenade launcher which knocked it out of my hands. When I picked the rifle back up it was still functional but the grenade launcher tube had a nice sized 7.62 cal bullet hole in it and was rendered useless.”
This is an relatively new application of wearable cameras – and the footage from the battlefield is more ubiquitous than ever. There is ongoing footage from the war in Afghanistan HERE.
So your about to hit the road to shoot photos for a client or for fun?
Daniel here, owner of PictureThis. I haven’t blogged in a little while so I thought I would update you all with some tips so you can dive into production! I’ve been on the road a lot this year shooting so I thought I would do my next few blogs on traveling and shooting images. Now it’s time to dive in to your production.
Tips for destination production
1. Planing early! I’m a huge freak when it comes to planning, with lots of time you can solve most challenges. Allow yourself as much time as possible.
2. Homework! Teach yourself about where you are going, the more you know the better you will be. Read, talk to people, get recommendations, look at maps. Cast the net wide and gather information about the city, getting around, the lay of the land, time change, phone and internet, the kinds of electrical plugs needed, language, currency, local customs.
3. Production Details. Whether you are working with a local production company or you are on your own, there are a number of shoot logistics to consider early on. If it is possible, a scouting trip in advance is a great way to recon a new city. You can meet people in person, start building relationships, check out locations and really dig into the local specifics. Here are some to do items that you or the production company may be tackling:
_film office communications
4. Keep your options open. If our team has a hard decisionchoices on any matter, for example 2 different locations or 2 different talent, I always try to reserve or hold both and cancel one later. It’s a much smarter option than being stuck with no options. Sometimes, to keep an option, you may need to pay a ‘kill fee’ or cancellation fee to be able to hold the dates as you get closer to the shoot. Balance that benefit against your budget.
5. Be a stickler for the details. When filling out any official forms, spend the extra time up to do it correctly the first time (it may be your only chance!). The most common reasons for delays on location permits, visas and other official paperwork have to do with missing information or lack of organization. Read and reread ALL directions. Call and ask questions. Browse the website for additional information. Proofread your application. Have someone else proofread it too.
6. Make sure people know how to reach you. An auto responder for your email and/or a custom voice mail while you are gone are both great ways to keep people informed. When you are not available, it is best to be able to provide a backup contact. Let people know the preferred way to reach you while you are gone: email, call, text, hotel.
7. Phone/Internet. Talk to your provider to see about plans that will cover international travel for calling, texting and data. You may even want to buy a local rechargeable phone/sim card and even a mobile wifi device like this one: http://bit.ly/JZVID4.
8. Back yourself up… just in case.
_Leave copies of your itinerary, passport and visas with family or friends.
_Locate the closest gear rental company and retailer before you travel.
Stay tuned to the blog for some more photography and business relates things
IKEA may seem like nothing more than a necessary evil for those who don’t wanna drop a full paycheck on a single piece of furniture (and hey, their pre-fab systems and some in-store displays are actually quite innovative…), but this here is some next level shiz: an eco-friendly, cardboard-bodied digital camera.
Shoots/stores up to 40 images, uses AA batteries (which, if you can find them hiding in the remote control, are a lot more convenient than clunky camera batteries which require special chargers), and it even features a super-handy swing-out USB plug for downloading your pure photo gold. Not available in stores yet, but anticipated soon. And… not saying this will replace your iPhone/droid, but I guarantee it’ll be a conversation-starter at parties or on location for your next commercial gig…
Wow, today was long and so much fun!! Started at 8am with a script reading with all the cast and crew we all had a little laugh at what the script writers had done.. they finished at 1:30am.. and then it was straight into filming.
That was the fun part right? Everyone stood outside in the freezing cold with high winds trying to make this the best film ever, to be honest it was a lot of fun with the team and just the atmosphere of being on set of a movie We went back and forth doing all the different takes and the million times we stopped for food and a chat and then finally after 5 hours (8am – 1pm) of almost straight shooting and hard work we finished!! We were all so happy that we had finished before the expected time of 6pm, just saying everyone was amazing to make that happen, the crew and actors went home while me and the editing team and producers and director stayed on for some long hours of computer time.
OH NO!!! We lost some footage during the editing process, we all had a slight freak out at this point so we had to go back to some filming locations and re-take with the actors.. turns out we are smart and the editing team are amazing so we didn’t have to re-take that much.
Tonight we got the rough cut finished and some added things to make it more awesome, the editing team are staying on while i come home to bed and they will get some more work done. Tomorrow we compose some music and work on the final film before the 7pm hand in…
Untill tomorrow and my last blog post, Cya Soon!!
Day 1 – 10/05/2012
WRITE. SHOOT. CUT. SURVIVE.
We were all sat around the table wondering what it could be and already discussing what would be good…. the tension was building and then 7pm arrived and we got the all so important call about this years V48Hour Film Festival. Found Footage, a leaf, slow motion and a couple of other things. Of course we all started talking about the things we could do to make our film the best, like old people, face paint, burning trees but we soon got bored with them and came up with an even better idea but im not going to tell you untill we have made it and its uploaded for you all to see (we wouldn’t want you steeling it now would we?). All im going to say is WATERMELON – word of the night!
So the script writing tonight went really well, we had some very funny laughs as you will see in the behind the scenes video to be posted on sunday night and we got some amazing ideas that the writing team have gone away to do right now.. I imagine that they will all be sat around eating food and messing about unless they are reading this in which case they are doing an amazing job at writing the script
I am at home on Facebook and just chilling out and then an early night tonight for me because im up at 6am with a couple of jobs before filming starts for V48 at 8am tomorrow…