I look forward to doing it again and learning even more.
“The shoot ended and Zac made sure all the forms were signed as needed. Mike and I took the equipment down and packed up, he showed me how to fold the sound cords so as not crinkle them up, and we loaded everything up and drove back to Nashville. We had stopped for Lunch on the way up and stopped for Dinner on the way back, Zac paid for our meals as we were helping his shoot so that was cool. All in all we spent about 5 1/2 to 6 hours driving for a two hour shoot. I asked Zac how much of that would be in the film and he stated it was maybe Five minutes all told, we would see during the editing process. Two hours for only a few minutes’ worth of film time. This is how things go in the world of film shoots I suppose. Not terribly stressful and I learned a bit about how Zac works and what is expected on-set.”
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