XL1S and P+S Mini35, Images Pt. 1: New York City

XL1S and P+S Technik Mini35 on Seinfeld / Levinson Shoot
Part One: New York City, by Charles Papert, S.O.C.

The Watchdog notes: These images accompany an article by Charles describing how he helped shoot an American Express internet spot starring Jerry Seinfeld and directed by Barry Levinson. The copyright on the images shown here is held exclusively by by Charles Papert, Jason Wawro and Gary Hatfield; all rights are reserved accordingly.


Day One: Charles Papert with Angenieux 25-250mm, first shot of the show.


Day One: Gary Hatfield on the 300mm, the first setup of the show — communicating to each other via cell phone across the street!


Day Two: “A” and “B” cameras standing by with Cooke S4 lenses.


Day Four: Charles operating Steadicam on 44th St., although briefly!


Go on to Images from Part Two: Death Valley.
See the accompanying article, Part One: New York City.
See the accompanying article, Part Two: Death Valley.
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Charles Papert, S.O.C.

Since this article was written, Charles Papert has moved on from Steadicam operating to working as a DP and director, with credits such as Key & Peele, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Teachers. Although he no longer dons the full size rig, he still will try on a small rig from time to time for nostalgia’s sake.

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