Hey it's new Tash!

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Coming soon from Pleased Sheep Films. A feature film, before we finish the feature film that we've spent years making.



 

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a little over exposed but hard with the window behind, looks nice though
 

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Yep, there's nothing you can do about it when shooting digital without a polarizing filter. Even with film the windows would be over exposed in that room with no extra means of fixing it. But even big budget films have over exposed windows sometimes. The person who I'm focused on is exposed okay.

Under exposing by any more would have yielded a really murky looking image. And don't forget I was moving back and forth between each cop.
 

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yeah i think you'll find that was from my 135mm, when i told him to pick his nose just before!!! ;)
 

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Your footage hasn't even transferred to the drive that was taken from yet.
 

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Introducing the very talented Clyve Bonelle to the Tash Force cast.

And also the very talented Rebecca Claire Evans...



3 days of shooting complete - half the film shot (is that right?). another 4 days left? Can we really shoot a feature film in 7 days?
 

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Quick update for you folks: We have finished principal photography, and other than a couple of money shots to do, we have shot a 90 page script in 44 hours over 10 sessions within a 16 day window.

Trumpets are being blown and wigs are slipping forth as we enter into a post-production apocalypse. Be lucky young Michael.

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