Made from concentrate
- Jul 8, 2008
- 1979 Opel Kadett | 1972 Ford Country Sedan
I think you mean reaction tweets from JC and RH mocking Captain Slow for making a show about slow.We need reaction videos from Clarkson and Hammond, watching this show. :lol:
10 years in the film industry tell me that you don't make it to camera operator for a mainstream format, no matter how small, if you can't do your job properly. Competition is much too hard for that.She was a small girl, the camera is heavy, and the shoot went for a long time. Yeah, the man could have gotten tired too, but what does common sense tell you?
If James had not ended up in television, I imagine him ending up a kindly old professor/school teacher, trying to get his students to see the charm in bygone things from a bygone era.His little asides to the crew and reminisces of childhood encounters with the tech of the era are often more interesting than the actual project at times. He does indeed have a calming effect and I'll try to imagine he's looking over my shoulder next time a tiny spring flies from my finger tips and vanishes in a quantum-like manner
I liked it better than the lawnmower one. Could be because I'm into steampunk/dieselpunk and I find this technology to be more fascinating. (Mind you I think he needed a bigger tablecloth for his workbench, so that people could see the little bits better.)I liked the telephone one a lot better.
In the telephone one you can see it being shaky, then her leaning forward with elbows on table and it stabilises. However, no blame here, long shooting time, camera on shoulder, zoomed in which makes it worse. Probably happened to camera bloke too.Of course, the bloke with the shoulder cam could not be at fault.