The sun is back out, and I’m stuck behind the computer with darkened windows.
But I’ve opened them to feel the breeezzzeee.
The mind of an editor is beautiful and unique. I love learning how to edit my own film, being fully hands on and engaged in this process - but for everyday, I need to get dirty. I enjoy working with my hands.
Hats off to those who put their all into computer work everyday.
Here is an image as a teaser to our film project “Doorway of 1,000 Churches.” I hope you enjoy it. I will update with more soon, but I don’t want to give too much away!!
That trip was a whirlwind. The crew is home in Lancaster, PA. We’ve all been catching up on breaking down props and kits, transferring and backing up footage and images and resting.
Jon and I started post production on footage for “Doorway of 1,000 churches” yesterday. I truly could not be happier with the results. The talent and dedication from this uniform and streamline group of people is humbling. I am, again, beyond words for their capabilities of conveying concepts as a three dimensional reality.
In one week - We created a short film, held numerous photoshoots, edited, traveled, blogged and connected over social media and met many fascinating people.
Stay tuned for updates, film date releases, trailers, photoshoot images and gallery showings. Thank you for your love and support.
- Tiffany, The Lost Sugar Disco
Day 6- The team travels to various locations, working on shots for the film. As the film is a short film, we determined not to share any stills from this project until it is closer to release.
These production stills and #bts shots are a small window into our day and our progress as a team. I could not be more impressed or grateful for the work this team is able to accomplish.
Today is the largest and most complex shoot of the week! Let’s do this!