The shoot took two fairly easy days because of Daniel’s meticulous planning. Andy Linda used the in-house Sony FS7 Mark II camera to shoot the project in 4k. Daniel edited on a Premiere Pro system and the final product was a DVD and a Blu-ray disc.
The only disappointment with this project was that we all wanted to shoot drone footage of the facility. Unfortunately, because of the facility’s proximity to Los Angeles International Airport, the FAA never granted us permission to fly. But there is one drone shot: the second shot of the program when the narrator walks out of the front door of his house. Notice how easily the drone handles flying over the iron fence. Even this single shot dresses up the production tremendously; wish we could have done more.