“Snake-oil for the lovelorn” is the performance peice-play currently opening at the q-Staff Theatre, and it’s interesting, to say the least. they look they have fun, people go see it and have a good time — what does it hurt?
on production, very dark inside, and i think it turned out relatively well considering. still not good video light (we do have a crappy LCD one i ordered—at least it was cheap).i’m kind of hesitant for a video light anyway. i mean, it will be necessary for sure, but i don’t even like using flash. i think it can be intrusive in certain situations, and you lose some of ‘reality’ in the photos. mostly, it’s an aesthetic choice, because i’ve seen some GREAT photojournalism done with a flash, although those were only so good because the flash wasn’t even really discernible.
and good video lights aren’t cheap (if anybody knows of one, give me a holla: email@example.com)
Wow. anatomy lessons in the mall. no comment.
these guys are trying to do their part to help with big problems (global-warming, oil shortages, etc.), and it actually seems like it can be effective. especially if they are getting people to ride their bikes. i know for me, at least, a flat tire or other small problem can be all the excuse i need to drive instead of ride my bike.
again, props to JZ for the great work.