I went there to shoot some test footage and I bloated up so much without eating anything but a handful of green beans and water. By the time I left my house I felt pregnant! Stinkin' Hormones!
Anyways, I still had not received my paychecks from my videography contractor work over a month ago, so even tho' I'm producing some TV show content, I can;t afford to even meet with people, because transportation isn't free, and neither is coffee. I'd been doing visual effects editing all week, and most of last week as well, on the After life scene from "The Holy Maple Tree" which is my friend's film.
Anyways, I have multiple new lenses now, but I don;t have a camera man, nor a model on hand... so I have myself. It was cold most of the month, but today the heat came on full force, and so did the haze & humidity. My makeup was perfect, but I had to pack up everything, and fit it into a wheeled luggage case and walk there all by myself.
As always, male human beings frequently shout at me when I'm shooting. Honestly, dudes, ur not clever, nor funny. Just rude.
The was an event at the old Naval Airbase Aircraft Hanger now named "The Hang Out", but I'm broke. I would've gone over at night, but I was so tapped out of energy by the multiple takes, that eventually I had to sit on the grass in the shade once the thick haze blue away and the full sunlight came out by 7:30 PM. It was so hot, and my makeup, which was originally perfect, felt like it was melting off of me.
First take during the haze on my favorite old Kit lens:
Vintage 1972 FD CANON Lens
This lens is supposed to be the same as my old kit lens, but it's the new one, and it actually has a wider shot range, and focuses differently. I prefer the look of human faces on the old one, but this one is better for filming, generally...
The haze passes and the sun is full shine.