I arrvied on tuesday at 23:03 o clock in Geneva at the mainstation... Nico picked me up... we went by bus to the museum where we filmed some of the clips... then we went to his place... filmed the other stuff... edited the introduction till 03:00 am, we went to bed then totally dead. Same day we woke up at 09:30 am... on 12 we left the house or rolling till half past 4 o clock pm... then we went back home again... i started to edit and finished it on my way back home in the train!! well thats how much u can get out of 6h filming... with a guy who skates constant and nice!!
In Spanien wird es mit der Wirtschaftskrise immer schwerer, seine Forderungen einzuholen. Jahrelange Erfahrung darin hat der Cobrador del Frac, der Schwarze Mann, der die Schuldner an ihre Pflicht erinnert. Doch es gibt auch Kritik.
In Spain getting paid gets every day more difficult. It the moment for encashment services like the "Cobrador del frac" who reminds people to pay their debts. But there are also critics.
Filmed with an EX3, picture profile changes: Knee point 75, Gamma +6, Black -15
Testshots for a corporate film on Sony PMW-EX3 with LetusExtreme and Canon shift & tilt lens. It was a lousy day with a lot of drizzle but the look is still great I think. The location is the main station in Bern, Switzerland. Yes, the trains are real, not miniatures.