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    Eye AF is good for some things. Interviews. The...

    Eye AF is good for some things. Interviews. The push into a close up.


    Currently, i like having spontaneous control over the focus. But i don’t like shooting those things that make focus...
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    What’s your youtube channel?

    What’s your youtube channel?
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    Now that we have 1080p EVF’s that can dial to the...

    Now that we have 1080p EVF’s that can dial to the viewers eye, i find less a need for peaking.

    I’d rather soft focus than not see a clean image.


    Once you get used to a lens, just srart...
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    Thread should read: Film makers put years of...

    Thread should read:

    Film makers put years of their life and money into the craft, spend $40K on gear during that time. Finds 10 other friends in a similar circumstance and gets them to volunteer,...
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    Is that Charles Papert?

    Is that Charles Papert?
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    Oh no, TOO sexy! ...

    Oh no, TOO sexy!



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAlSkM8b6v4
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    I think we’re talking about the ones in showbiz....

    I think we’re talking about the ones in showbiz. There are plenty of humble and modest people that are wonderful image makers.

    I’ve met several in “hollywood” that were nice and reasonable. But...
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    Haha, that’s pretty much me lately.

    ‘The Irishman’ has some seriously well crafted lighting.
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    i’ve not seen the Joker, so maybe my opinion is...

    i’ve not seen the Joker, so maybe my opinion is off base, but i feel like Joker was more about Pheonix. Swap him out for Jared Letto and i don’t think the cinematography would hold up. Whereas, ‘the...
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    I wish there were two. Then Lion King and...

    I wish there were two.

    Then Lion King and 1917 would be in one. Films like Gravity etc, that change the game, and then more traditional merit would work for subjectively best looking.


    But i...
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    All of these are good, but I am surprised these...

    All of these are good, but I am surprised these are the top noms.

    ‘1917’ felt more like an achievement in Cinematography, rather than best.

    ‘Lighthouse’ was heavily stylized. I only watched the...
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    In a perfect world, i’d only ever use OVF.
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    Home run

    Home run
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    There is an interview where Deakins mentions how...

    There is an interview where Deakins mentions how a 40mm on Alexa LF is good for wides and close ups. Doesn’t distort facoal features in a close up too badly, and still shows enough of the world.
    ...
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    Which screenshot?

    Which screenshot?
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    Plus, at iso6400 lighting situations, the OVF...

    Plus, at iso6400 lighting situations, the OVF starts to become a nuisance.
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    I will from now on refer to P+S as “soap dispenser”.
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    To be honest, i liked having an OVF on the 1DC....

    To be honest, i liked having an OVF on the 1DC. It’s like having an always on VF. Or VF. Haha. But the integration was bad for video. That mirror lock up slap ruined it.
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    Where are you located?

    Where are you located?
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    Oh no you didn’t! Haha ...however, in this...

    Oh no you didn’t! Haha

    ...however, in this case, i do believe it is pretty much one thing: optical view
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    This little film was shot as a oner, with hidden...

    This little film was shot as a oner, with hidden cuts for reel changes. Shot on film:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8l3WC4wl-SY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8l3WC4wl-SY

    So, 7) Norm Li
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    2) Nolan 3) QT 4) Ryan Gosling (yeah he directs...

    2) Nolan
    3) QT
    4) Ryan Gosling (yeah he directs now too)
    5) occasionally me for stills, and hopefully in the near future for motion
    6) Chayse Irvin, CSC


    Plus i meet multiple people that...
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    Haha! Yes! :2vrolijk_08:

    Haha! Yes! :2vrolijk_08:
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    It’s a reflex thing.
  25. Re: Rokinon - Stories of lens elements falling...

    Re: Rokinon - Stories of lens elements falling out of their place and rattling about made me lose confidence in the lens line. And overall, i assume i don’t like them, but then i use them, and get...
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