A Hot Fuzz Location by EarthHart
EarthHart

A Hot Fuzz Location

by EarthHart in Wells

Market Place, Wells, where the final shoot-out was fought.

I had nearly 10 weeks work on the film, as one of the main extras. A great film.

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  • Submitted:Feb 15th, 2013
  • Resolution:1100x731
  • Date Created:Feb 15th, 2013
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  • Camera:NIKON D70
  • Exposure:10/4000
  • Aperture:f/14.0
  • Focal Length:18mm
  • ISO Speed:320
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  • barfischer

    barfischer

    awww..... just were talking about the special light in Scotland, or also England...... and now i am able to enjoy it by your capture ..... it is magic !! Your capture too !!!!!!!

    Feb 16th, 2013 Reply
    • EarthHart

      EarthHart

      The light is great here, when you catch it right
      Many thanks for the favour, m'deer

      Feb 16th, 2013 Reply Subscriber
    • barfischer

      barfischer

      you are most welcome Will !! the light is truly different to most of the time here....

      Feb 16th, 2013 Reply
  • HillbillyDeluxe

    HillbillyDeluxe

    Really? I will have to go back and watch it again! How hard will it be to find a distinguished gentleman with a green beard, right?

    Feb 16th, 2013 Reply C'mon Pookie...
    • EarthHart

      EarthHart

      Yes : The first time you see all of me is when Simon & Tim are jogging together, and I, and my lady walk across the road behind them. Nine days into the shoot, the Director, Edgar, noticed I had a green beard. It had been green for two years. Now the folks in Make-up knew as I had to go there every day, to have my long hair put up into a flat bun and I had to keep my hat on the whole time, even in the pub scenes. I went to Make-up to get it sorted. The rule is, if the door's open, walk in, if closed, knock. It was closed, so I knocked, Tony shout, "Come in" and I was met by him berating me, but he couldn't keep it up and burst our laughing. I doffed my hat and said "I thought Directors were supposed to be observant." To which there was a great belly-laugh from Edward Woodwood, and he asked if he could use it. I could go on, it's a shame we can't submit yarns & tales here.

      Feb 16th, 2013 Reply Subscriber
    • HillbillyDeluxe

      HillbillyDeluxe

      Damn that sounds like it was quite fun! I haven't been able to find the video yet but I haven't giving up searching yet! Thank you for sharing your story!

      Feb 18th, 2013 Reply C'mon Pookie...
  • JurgenDoe

    JurgenDoe

    I love the perspective and the light source .. awesome shot Will

    Feb 15th, 2013 Reply Subscriber