Filming Erik's car has been on the "To do list" for a couple of months now, he has one of the coolest looking Golf's in Estonia! So we set out to do it yesterday, I had this place in my mind, an old abandoned house that had only the outer walls, wich would have looked awesome, but when we got there, they had already started construction on the building so my plan kinda fell a part. We had a quick brake, thought what to do, we decided to look around the same place (a new and in development district mixed with old warehouses) about 400 m away we found this abandoned looking factory, only it wasn't abandoned, some construction workers were doing their stuff at the other end of the building. We scouted around the building hoping to find something else, because we didn't want to ask them at first. We found nothing, and decided to man up and go ask them if we could film there. We ran into another problem, the workers were russian and neither of us could speak russian fluently, so i tried to explain to them that we would like to film there in my broken russian, and we actually got approval to film there. Getting in there was difficult, stones sticking out unlevel grounds etc. luckily there was a lot of construction garbage and we could build a path into the building. The shoot was amazing, it just felt awesome to be able to shoot in such a place, but i didn't want to take too long, since it was already past five and i didn't know when they would end their work and close the doors. We got the shoot done, and got out of there, and went behind the corner to have a smoke. Both of us were pretty psyched that it worked out.
Here's the outcome, hope you enjoy it!