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Saturday, March 8, 2008

Taster's choice

You've asked for a peek.
video
I cut this scene from a particularly long shot (nearly 400 frames.) For reference, we're using a LunchBox DV digital frame grabber and a pretty unforgiving digital camera (the kind you'd find used for security.) The benefits of the video are registration, clarity, and a deep focus, but the pitfall is ambiance. This is missing the entire mood and look of true film that will hopefully be present in the final.

3 comments:

Kirk Larkins said...

That looks great you guys.
I love the fact that you're doing it on film. Digital has come a long way, but film still looks better.

Val said...

The smoothness and detail in the motion itself is breathtaking! Can't wait to see this!!!

Pram said...

Master-full!

I don't know how you keep those poses alive... Traveling holds are something I never could get a handle on. Probably because my armatures are NOT B&S...