Thursday, December 13, 2007

Lovely Bones, 2

Here's some of the images I'll be getting to Connie at Sweet Ashley's Chocolate.
The Cougar is owned by a nice man who was talking to me on the set. He gave me his card and will get his own copy. A memorable part of this for me was the cars and the fellows who own them. Oh, and the guy who wore a pea coat, like Mike from the Monkeys. He hung out at the top of Main St, was really nice, very social, and is in the Details photo.

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Blogger Isis said...

Great shots Jen! Love the cars.

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12:43 AM  
Anonymous jeff p said...

Hi Jen. Love your website. I just got a chance to visit your blog and saw the movie location shots of The Lovely Bones. I admit I'm a bit envious - I went by there Wednesday night with my camera, was very discreet, yet was sent packing by a security guard. Yet the next day my wife went with my camera and wasn't shooed away. I guess you got special access to get the shots you did. Great stuff!
A Part-time Photographer in Royersford

7:02 PM  
Blogger jen said...

thanks jeff~
and yes, i had phone numbers and clearance and so forth... and still got shooed away by that guard. he was gone the next night, by the way... the nice guy in the pea coat was there instead with the local cops, who are great guys.

7:59 PM  
Blogger Joy Moody Photography said...

Hey Jen,
Thats awesome you got on set to take these! My good friend April was working on this movie, she is part of the art department. I loved this book and am so excited to see how the movie turns out. This is a big one in terms of Peter Jackson, it the first film he has made in the US.

5:10 PM  
Blogger Stephen M. Beckwith said...

I saw the Movie Last night and it was excellent. It really shows Royersford up really nice and The Restraunt really sticks out in the movie. I remember talking to Jen when they were filming. These pictures are excellent.

1:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow these pictures are awesome i was in 8th grade, at spring-ford, when they were shooting this and i remember everyone skipping school to see.

10:55 PM  

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