I just got home near Detroit, Michigan tonight after a long train ride back from Chicago, IL. I took a filming trip to the Windy City from Thursday, November 1st to Monday, November 5th, 2012. I shot a series of commercials for an IT Service Company based in the city called Digerati Group. I shot a lot of interviews/b-roll footage at their downtown office building over the weekend. I also filmed plenty of B-Roll footage around the city of Chicago to mix in with everything.
Tomorrow morning at my apartment near Detroit, Michigan I will begin logging and transferring all the hours and hours of footage I shot over the weekend. I hope to get a good start going on the editing, sound, and color this week. Hoping to have all the post work done for these commercials towards the end of November. I will be releasing all of these spots online for the company in the very near future. I'm very excited and happy that I got the chance to work on this project.
The trip was a success!
-(Elliot Gray Van Orman)
Below are some stills I took on my old cellphone while shooting in Chicago this weekend....
11/13/2012 07:19:19 am
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