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More Photos from the Set of “Lilia”

Friend and filmmaker Sam Lerma used my AF100 kit again last Saturday, for some pickup shots for his upcoming short, “Lilia,” which has now wrapped principal photography and has moved on to post. It promises to be a very nice film, indeed. More updates on its status will be posted here when they become available.

 

Photos from the set of "Lilia," a short film by San Antonio filmmaker Sam Lerma, shot with the Panasonic AF100.
DP Yuta Yamaguchi composes a shot.

“Lilia” director of photography, Yuta Yamaguchi, made use of a Canon EF 24-70 f/2.8L zoom mated to the AF100 via the Kipon EF adapter. Most of the shots were hand-held. The AF100, being such a light-weight camera, is quite balanced in the field.

 

Panasonic AF100 on the set of "Lilia," a short film by San Antonio filmmaker Sam Lerma.
Director Lerma improvises a slate.

 

Someone on the crew of "Lilia" had some fun with the slate.
Someone on the crew of "Lilia" had some fun with the slate.

 

Amby marks a scene on the set of "Lilia," a short film by San Antonio director Sam Lerma.
Amby marks a scene for "Lilia."

 

Sam Lerma directs his lead actors on the set of "Lilia".
Director Lerma talks to his lead actors on the set of "Lilia".

 

San Antonio photographer Darren Abate on the set of "Lilia," a short film by San Antonio filmmaker Sam Lerma.
Yours truly with my trusty Canon 1D Mark III.