A shoot, at times, can be a little dangerous. For this shoot, I stationed myself on the railroad trestle and aimed down at the bridge below. The trestle was narrow and the sound of the surf was about all that I could hear. We only did one take and I ran off the tracks as quick as I could. This was all done for a 90 sec. spot for the guys at Veracity Colab. I ranged from Carpinteria all the way up to just a little north of Refugio. For this piece I wore quite a few hats, casting, scouting, producing and shooting. It was challenging and also a great deal of fun. I’ll attach a link once the film is completed.
Pictured above is an old bridge that was in use before the 101 was installed. The bridge now stands in the middle of the brush as a sculpture or monument to times past. A bridge to nowhere that once led somewhere. This location was discovered as I drove up the coast.
This is an actual still from the video shot from the railroad trestle. Below are a few more stills from the shoot.