I got everything set-up and determined what I wanted to shoot and wrote a short little script. I recorded the audio and then shot each of the small segment pieces and then edited everything together in Sony Vegas Pro.
Well, I wasn't happy with how things looked. With all the different lighting I was getting areas on Storytime Pup that were too bright and I was seeing too many shadows in front of this body. Either from the book, or from his arms etc. It just didn't look natural. I wasn't happy, so I had to go back and re-aim the lights. I re-aimed lights and shot and watched new video, and then re-aimed lights and shot and watched new video... I did this for a few hours until I was happy with how things looked. There are still some shadows, but that is unavoidable, but it doesn't look unnatural like before.
So, I was happy that I had cleared up yet another technical problem. But wait? Did I now introduce an old problem again?
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