I don't have any notes for these opening sessions because I was getting aquainted with following Larry around with the camera.
(Jumpy bunch those ILAW folks! -- Larry, Jonathan, Yochai, Terry, Charlie -- the whole lot of them!)
In the afternoon, I actually got to be on a panel so I had to just get a long shot for most of it (although I did end up going back and forth between being on the panel and getting some close ups when the subject matter was to precious and I knew a long shot wouldn't do.
A bit later, after I was able to get used to things, I was able to take notes while filming. You'll know when this takes place because 1) you'll have the notes and 2) you'll start to notice me missing a shot every now and then when my subject bounces out of view momentarily.
So there are trade-offs, but this whole thing's just a big experiment anyway. So it would appear that no harms done.
I would really appreciate your feedback on this footage. Does it work OK? Can you hear everything? Suggestions for next time? All that kind of stuff is duly appreciated.
Oh yeah -- Every clip is numbered in order, by day (1-day1-larry-1of4-sm.mov, 2-day1-larry-1of4-sm.mov, etc.), so you can just watch them all in order if you like.
See more about this in the "How these files are named and organized" section I'll be putting up soon.