Cinematographer Brian Hubbard, measures the light as actor Jorge Luis Alvarez, prepares for a scene on Biscayne Bay during the filming of the short movie “Wet Foot/Dry Foot, the story of two rafters.
Cinematographer Brian Hubbard, measures the light as actor Jorge Luis Alvarez, prepares for a scene on Biscayne Bay during the filming of the short movie “Wet Foot/Dry Foot, the story of two rafters. Pedro Portal El Nuevo Herald/2005
Cinematographer Brian Hubbard, measures the light as actor Jorge Luis Alvarez, prepares for a scene on Biscayne Bay during the filming of the short movie “Wet Foot/Dry Foot, the story of two rafters. Pedro Portal El Nuevo Herald/2005

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