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IMG 2260 600x448 Nashville Crew Shoots NFL PSA With Saints Wide Receiver, Lance Moore

Nashville Crew Shoots NFL PSA With Saints Wide Receiver, Lance Moore

IMG 2260 600x448 Nashville Crew Shoots NFL PSA With Saints Wide Receiver, Lance MooreA few months ago I got to shoot an NFL PSA with Titans QB, Jake Locker.  I was pumped to learn I’d be traveling down to New Orleans to shoot another one.  This time I’d be working with Saints Wide Receiver, Lance Moore.  Armed with a Sony F3 I headed down to the “Big Easy.”

Screen shot 2012 09 19 at 1.53.40 PM 300x167 Nashville Crew Shoots NFL PSA With Saints Wide Receiver, Lance Moore

Here is the close up shot of Lance Moore. We went with a flat cinestyle picture profile that is meant to be tweaked in post.

Once I got to the Saints practice facility I had about two hours to set up.  The shoot consisted of three shots in one location.  The first two shots involved a doorway dolly and a teleprompter.  I used one Kobold 400w HMI to give Lance a little bit of punch.  We first started with a close up shot of Lance Moore.  I used a 75mm Cooke Panchro prime lens.  He read some lines from the teleprompter while the dolly move happened.  Afterwards I changed lenses, this time using a 50mm prime to get a waist up shot.  Once again he read lines from the teleprompter.

For the last shot we locked off the dolly and framed up a traditional interview style wide shot, still using the 50mm prime.  Our producer asked Lance some questions.  We then got some “room tone” and called it a day.  The producer copied the footage off of the Sony SXS card and I dumped the footage onto my laptop as backup.  I also had a blast shooting on the Sony F3.  It’s such a cool camera.  I wish I could have shot on this guy all day.

Screen shot 2012 09 19 at 1.54.52 PM 300x168 Nashville Crew Shoots NFL PSA With Saints Wide Receiver, Lance Moore

This is a screen grab from the interview we did with Lance using the Cooke 50mm prime.