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Re: Camera job for tomorrow night

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i don’t want to be a nay-sayer, but come on! $75 doesn’t even rent a real c=
amera, so why would they know what they are doing!!!!

i k=
now, i know. i’m venting, but mira’s gotta get a clue.

her post should read more like this:

i have a s=
how and i really need to shoot it. i’m paying out of pocket, so i really can=
‘t afford much. i know it’s insulting. i know it’s ridiculous, but i can scr=
ape together $75/ person to shoot it. to add insult to injury, i also need t=
hem to bring their own camera. i need the best footage i can get, so i reall=
y want professional looking results, but since i know that even $750 is barg=
ain basement for someone who knows what their doing, i’ll take just about an=
yone. that’s why i’m trying to afford more than one person. all i can ask is=
that you try to do the best job possible. i will make the footage available=
to anyone who comes out, so if they need to put it on a reel or something t=
hey can. i will also provide food and drink. i think the show is pretty good=
. i hope that is some sort of perk too. it’s only an hour and a half. i’d be=
really indebted. thanks so much…
sorry cheryl, nothing personal. i’m actually really trying to help. the abov=
e is an honest reaction to her post.

On Jul 25, 2008, at 4:53 PM, Cheryl T Furjanic wr=


This listing is from a friend of a friend for tomorrow night. =
Contact Mira directly if you’re interested=
– Cheryl
I’m looking =
for someone to film my cabaret show tomorrow and was wondering if your frien=
ds might be available. I can pay $75/camera person assuming that they have t=
heir own cameras, and know what they’re doing. The show is at 10pm at Don Pe=
dro in Williamsburg and will be under an hour and a half. Do you think they =
might be interested?
They can reach me at 650-678-3483.