We had a great interview for “Nicole Hollander: Original Bad Girl” with humor writer Roz Warren this morning, followed by a quick stop at an Apple Store and lunch at Whole Foods. After finally catching up on sleep this afternoon, we were back in business. We worked on our computers at the hotel, ate at Whole Foods again, then went to the theater to see The Perks of Being a Wallflower, which just so happens to take place in Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh area). We all felt the film was fantastic, even if it did have a tinge of sappiness.
- Erase camera cards before the shoot so your card doesn’t fill up partway into recording.
- Clean all camera lenses and/or filters the night before.
- Make an inventory of all equipment so you are not missing anything when you get to the shoot.
“There’s the pool.”
– Caroline Pahl stating the obvious to Laura Zinger