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Fringe Opening

Postby jp2jorge on 04/19/2012, 12:39 pm

I had a look at this and it seemed to have a certain "Kramertistic" look to it.
Did you have anything to do with this?
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Re: Fringe Opening

Postby Michael_Szalapski on 04/20/2012, 6:34 am

He's talked about it on here before. I don't remember if it was in the blog shows or somewhere else, but it's been mentioned.
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Re: Fringe Opening

Postby Rob Neal on 04/20/2012, 10:07 am

That's why it says "Title Sequence - Andrew Kramer" at the end.
Bit of a giveaway, I thought.
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Re: Fringe Opening

Postby Dustin Hudson on 04/20/2012, 1:07 pm

Yup, Andrew did it! I won't go into too much detail, because he will probably do something on the blog about it soon, but the shot where it pulls back from the subject's head revealing the crowd, we got to shoot at our studio here. We took a bunch of different takes, changing costumes and positions, it was a lot of fun!

edit: its on the blog now.
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Re: Fringe Opening

Postby Michael_Szalapski on 04/23/2012, 6:26 am

Rob Neal wrote:That's why it says "Title Sequence - Andrew Kramer" at the end.
Bit of a giveaway, I thought.

Could have been a lie to throw us off the trail.
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