1. Hi Jon,

    Really enjoyed that short film and it made me want to fly across the atlantic to try the food out. Whilst they don’t seem short of customers I’m sure your film will attract others to try out the cuisine.

    The only thing I missed was a tiny bit of ambient noise to make me really feel the atmosphere.

    If I ever get over to the USA I am really drawn to exploring the East Coast – it all looks a bit like England used to look a while back and I’d enjoy the proximity to all the inlets and creeks.



    March 28, 2013
    • Jon Roemer said:

      Thanks Mark!

      I did record some ambient sounds via a small shotgun mic on the C300 while shooting b-roll. A Sennheiser MKE400. But the restaurant is very noisy when in use between multiple fans running, compressors for the refrigerators, vents in the kitchen, music on in the background, etc. It’s not distracting as a customer but recorded it can be a lot white noise. I’m looking now to see what’s usable or what I might have to foley. I wanted to get the basic piece online first and then take another pass at the sound.

      That particular area of the country, the Blue Hill Peninsula in Maine, is gorgeous and relatively undeveloped. One reason I like it!

      March 28, 2013
  2. josh said:

    Great piece! Wonder if I can make it up there in time for dinner…

    March 31, 2013
    • Jon Roemer said:

      Run don’t walk.

      March 31, 2013

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