RLC-GTT wrote:Possible. Or it may be a "run-through," when they run the action of a scene without rolling camera. Crew members are just standing around talking. If it were a real "take," everybody -- EVERYBODY -- would be focused on the action. Plus, the stills photographer took this from the camera crane, and he would not be allowed up there during a take. It would just be the camera operator, the focus-puller (1st. assistant) and the director, if he chose to be. So, perhaps, during the rehearsal (for the extras, not the camera), the stills photographer might have been allowed to get a shot from the crane or allowed one of the crane crew to get it for him. All just a guess on my part, knowing the pace and attitude of a film in production and the rules.
And, as Craig Covner pointed out, there's that truck in the courtyard beside the chapel. Not a "yellow school bus", to be sure. It would be unseen in a ground level shot.
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