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designed by balloon-light coordinator Dar Larizadeh from a 120'-high Condor over the center of the courtyard, with 50K and 100K SoftSuns on Condors at each end of the perimeter to serve as backlight, plus six 18K HMIs and two 7K Xenons strategically placed on Condors. “There was so much running around [during the sequence], and the SoftSuns let me shoot 360 degrees,” says Kimball. “I had a couple of Condors with 18Ks on the other side, too, so I could always attempt to give them moonlight, and gunshots and those types of effects are better with a little backlight. Sometimes we also put

was difficult because it’s not the filmproduction center of the country,” Ambrose continues. “Our lighting package was trucked in from São Paolo, but Jeffrey also wanted to use 50K and 100K SoftSuns, which were not available in Brazil. David Pringle [of Luminys Systems] helped us get two 50K units from Colombia; they cleared customs after all kinds of issues and arrived on set the night before our first

day of shooting. We also had to do a lot of research to find Condor suppliers because we needed at least 125 feet of arm length. The vendor [Trimak of Rio de Janeiro] managed to get us a brandnew, 135-foot JLG Lift, as well as 65foot and 80-foot lifts in both articulating and straight-arm models. The 50K SoftSuns were almost always on those lifts.” As many as eight cameras rolled

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American Cinematographer - September 2010
Contents
Editor’s Note
President’s Desk
Short Takes: Alexa “World Cup” demo
Production Slate: Eat Pray Love • The Milk of Sorrow
Mob Money (Boardwalk Empire)
War Horses (The Expendables)
A Beatle’s Upbringing (Nowhere Boy)
Romans on the Run (Centurion)
Where Cinematography Lives (ASC Clubhouse Renovation)
Post Focus: Lottery Ticket
Filmmakers’ Forum: David McFarland on Black Tulip
New Products & Services
International Marketplace
Classified Ads/Ad Index
ASC Membership Roster
Clubhouse News
ASC Close-Up: Dejan Georgevich
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American Cinematographer - September 2010 - Post Focus: Lottery Ticket
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American Cinematographer - September 2010 - Filmmakers’ Forum: David McFarland on Black Tulip
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