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Old May 19th, 2008, 10:39 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Bill Busby View Post
Mark, I'm thinkin' you didn't get me :D What I meant was... how the dance area looked similar to how film production crews water down streets because they like that "look". (1:38, 2:27, 2:36)

Just joking around :)

Hi Bill,

You are right. I saw the just kidding about the dance area looking watered down and thought you were referring to the colors. Thanks for clarifying what you meant by watered down.

On a trip to New Orleans I saw a film crew shooting in the French Quarter. One guys job was to keep the sidewalk wet, so I know what you are referring to. It does look so much better when it's wet. Since that time I have also noticed how the roads are frequently wet on car commercials.
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Old May 19th, 2008, 11:03 PM   #17
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I agree, it does look better, but I think it's because we are all "conditioned" to think it looks better because we see it all the time. If the genius who originally came up with this idea never did think of it, none of us would be the wiser :) One can't miss something they haven't experienced.
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