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Shots of employees inside the laboratory, files, blood packs, tubes, urine samples, and more.
Exterior shots of “Welcome to Lakeland” sign, the marshes and wetlands, boat tours and tourists, and shots of the olive farmer looking out into the wetlands.
Footage from inside the crime lab of chemicals, tools, equipment, evidence lockers, and examiners analyzing prints.
Footage of the life support operators in the control room and shots of the pipes and pumps that filter the water.
Footage of workers cutting, cleaning and packaging meat, meat cutting tools, freezers, and cook in the kitchen.
Interior shots of Meddin’s production studio, edit/viewing suites, supply rooms, sets, lighting rigs, and camera equipment.
Shots of the entrance sign, meadow creeks sign, community cannery, and other structures. Time-lapse shots of the clouds moving across the land.
Establishing shots of NGCT buildings and signage. Camping tents, a driving tour of the grounds, and a game of cornhole.
Exterior shots of the rows of olive bushes, a guided tour by the olive farmers, various shots of the farming equipment, driving around the farm. Exterior shots of the tractor plowing the fields,...
Exterior shots of the Georgia Olive Farm sign. Interior shots of the olive oil containers and products in the shop. Close ups of the oil processing equipment. Shots of the employees managing the...
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