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A Couple of Shots From Baltimore

 
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Sep 08, 2007 09:06 |  #1

Working on a movie on the east coast and visited a interesting area of Baltimore for some shooting.

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Sep 08, 2007 09:11 |  #2

Right out of an episode of "The Wire". Nice, I like the first shot best. I like the way the second house almost seems black & white in comparison to the others. Also, it does a nice job of showing how all the homes are the same and people try to distinguish them through paint. Nice job!


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Sep 11, 2007 17:00 |  #3

Thank you sir... honestly it was a bit of a scary area.


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Sep 11, 2007 17:23 |  #4

Yup, looks like Baltimore. To be honest, I was expecting some nice pretty pictures of the Inner Harbor or Fells Point or some other touristy/popular area. But this is a side of most cities we don't always see. I like the 1st the best. Just wish that big sign wasn't in the way. I may have moved right in front of it. But then you would have missed those bikes which adds to the shot.

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Sep 11, 2007 17:54 |  #5

ArinX wrote in post #3909655 (external link)
Thank you sir... honestly it was a bit of a scary area.


Looks it to me, mine would have lots of oof due to camera shake. :lol:

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Sep 12, 2007 07:42 |  #6

kenyc wrote in post #3909974 (external link)
Looks it to my, mine would have lots of oof due to camera shake. :lol:

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haha thank god for lots of security. No way id bring out my 5d and just walk around there lol Dont have a extra 3k to throw away.

Wish i could have gotten shots of this one dude, guy was so high he could barely stand up. His arms were full of needle marks.


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Sep 12, 2007 08:06 |  #7

Yep, definitely Baltimore, sadly. Rows of houses that are boarded up and the grey sky definitely contributes to the rundown feeling.
I went to grad school at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, which is in east Baltimore. School officials made it a point to tell students not to leave the campus after dark, because chances were good that you'd get mugged. Baltimore is definitely more like this than it is like the inner harbor.


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