The Dangers Inherent in Shooting the Earplug Adventures


A lot of people think that the photographic side of the Earplug Adventures is dead easy. I just set up my actors; point a camera in their general direction; and ‘click’ it’s done. Well let me tell you, nothing could be further from the truth. It’s wracked with danger at every turn. Why, look what happened to two of my End Cap characters just the other day…

fallen reflector

Yes, part of the lighting rig slipped and pinned them against a Philips Senseo coffee machine. Look, it even knocked one of their hats askew! If I’m not careful they’ll be asking for danger money next.

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About Tooty Nolan

Writer of silly tales, taker of pictures, and all round good egg
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2 Responses to The Dangers Inherent in Shooting the Earplug Adventures

  1. Jayne Higgs says:

    Disaster, disaster.Am sure it won’t ruin the outcome of the story

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