Have you ever drooled over kitchens used in commercials? Well, I finally got my chance to see the process in action. My two girls and I were asked to be in a milk commercial that was shot locally. The spot would be shot in a large, lovely kitchen in town. So of course, I couldn’t wait to see it.
My girls and I show up, and to my surprise, I couldn’t really see the kitchen at all! There was so much video equipment in the room, and most decorative accessories were moved out of the way to not compete with the focus of the shot.
The kitchen has wood floors, black granite, high ceilings and beautiful cabinets. In fact, it even has the same exact appliances I have in my house! But it’s so hard to focus on those fabulous details with camera’s lights and wires strewn everywhere! So I guess you’ll just have to use your imagination.
My older daughter surprised me by really getting into character for her part (granted, it’s just a 15 second commercial).
Ok, without further adieu, here’s the commercial (pay close attention, it’s only 15 seconds!:
Now, was it just me, or does the logo in the closing frame completely cover our faces? I feel like the little green guy in the Disney Monsters, Inc. movie. And does that really say “super cow” across the bottom? lol
Kansas Amy says
That looks like a lot of fun! Great job opening that milk! 😉
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Alycia Wicker says
Nice post! Sounds like an exciting time and one you will remember forever!
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Great post. Looks like you and your girls had a great time : )
Thanks for the HOMEdigz blog party post – I’m discovering lots of great bloggers!
Your girls will always remember doing that. It doesn’t matter how widespread the network is, the important thing to them is – they were on TV!
Thanks Emma! You really helped the girls feel right at home!
It was fun working with you and your girls!
All the best,
But I must confess that I just opened one in my kitchen this morning and spilled it all over the island. Guess I should wait til I’ve had my coffee to attempt something like that! 😉
You popped that triple seal like a true pro. I like the url: http://supercow.com/
Yes, it was a lot of fun – it took about 2 hours. It’s running on our local NBC affiliate – not sure where all that shows. But I’ve had lots of people tell me that they’ve seen it (I haven’t yet!) 😉
That is fantastic!! What fun! I will look for it on locally. Did you have fun doing it? Did you have to do a lot of takes? You all looked terrific – as did the kitchen. : )
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