Incredible Work of Brad Hoplock

To read all the details regarding this go to www.butsomethingisthere.wordpress.com

Brad made this as a low res test. He has since sent me a hi res that will be posted as a completed short trailer later this week. It was just so good I just had to share the low res. This captures the true mood and feeling of, “But Something is There”. A true story. My story.

Please follow the blog. We past the 3/4 mark on this production with only a few shooting days left. This is real. We are funded. and we have been in production of this TV pilot since April.

1 Response to “Incredible Work of Brad Hoplock”

  1. 1 Greg
    December 5, 2016 at 3:52 pm

    This is something I’ve wondered for some time. It seems that it is a more recent thing. The question is, Why are so many films color-corrected to be entirely a blue tint. I have always thought, and my son mentioned it also, that it takes away from the realism of the scene. One technique years ago was the use of a soft focus especially when filming women in romantic situations. That type of effect isn’t an issue. In other instances where lighting is soft also helps. But I just can’t hardly accept the blueness. Of course that isn’t Nearly as irritating as the use of the damn shaky drunken camera effect. I quit watching many a show and film because of it. The greatest invention was the steady-cam.

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