Stepping where the big-leaguers do (175th new thing).

October 4, 2011 § 2 Comments

Day One-Hundred Seventy-Five found me working on another freelance job, this one for a Comcast commercial, shooting at the Georgia Dome and Turner Field. The shoot days weren’t until later in the week, but being the person that gets to drive a minivan of people around the city paid off. I was able to go on the location scout and get a real behind-the-scenes feel for the sports facilities. I walked on Turner Field and on the turf of the Georgia Dome, the same footsteps that the professional athletes take.

I saw the Braves dugout, their batting cages, and even walked on the field (staying off the grass of course) in the morning.

And after a lunch with the scouting crew I headed over to the Dome and got a first-hand look at the bright green astro turf.

I didn’t see any of the professional athletes whose footsteps I imagined I was following, but the whole behind-the-scenes experience was cool enough.

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