We are done with principal photography for the Sounds of the Season 2014 project! We wrapped up the last two scenes early Wednesday morning.
One of the coolest locations we shot at was an Olive Grove, in East Texas. Who knew such a place existed.
The whole experience has been great. It’s funny though, two of my favorite days are the first day of shooting and the last day of shooting. Lots of work and late nights went into the production, with more work to come in post. I can’t wait to see everything come together for Sounds of the Season 2014 at Mobberly Baptist Church.
Sometimes the haze got a little thick, but it sure added a nice effect to the footage.
Judas prepares to betray Jesus.
Kerosene soaked torches have a longer lasting flame. Always be careful when using fire!
We had some great extras for the teaching scenes.
A retaining wall near a retail center provided a backdrop. Shooting on a budget, you use what is available. Be creative.
A morning campfire.
The last shot.