BDM100_"film2"_Albaugh
For this week's research article i chose the American Cinematographer magazine which in it I found an interesting topic on a new film that has not been released in theaters yet.  The film is called "Landmark Gains".  In the article I read about how they shot a specific press box scene. First of all they used large glass windows so reflections could be eliminated and used three 20ks, which are high beam lightings to simulate the sun light.  The room in itself outside of the press box in the studio was covered in green sheeting for the green screening process. This took up most of the stadium and field which was created with the effects team later on in the delivering process. It's unbelievable how just one little scene you may see in a film take that much work and time just to accomplish that specific goal. It makes me appreciate every small detail that is in a film that much more. But little things like in this press box scene make the movie that much better than without it I've come to learn.

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