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  1. I really enjoy videos like this. I work on low-budget sets, and stuff like this really just drives me to do even better work, and also inspires me. It's incredible to see how elaborate the sets are, and how it's actually done. If you know of any good behind the scenes like this, feel free to share.
  2. hi all, i'm planning on shooting some driving shots of Pico Blvd--b-roll for a documentary in which LA (and Pico blvd, in particular) is a 'character'. i'd like to do something interesting, outside of the basic driving b-roll shot. can anybody think of any examples for other movies where a driving b-roll shot was done in an interesting way? thanks for any suggestions. goro
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