My colleague and I have been shooting for the last two days now(on our security school project), and I thought I should post some grabs to check out what you guys think of them. Unfortunately some of the grabs were gained and are very grainy, but that's what happens when you are all set up with lights for an exterior daylight shoot but then you have to sit and wait until essential people arrives on the set, and while you are waiting it gets darker outside. It's scary as the darkness comes haunting you: "Oh my god, we're down to f-stop 2.0 now, only one stop left to go....and the darkness...it's coming. There is no time!!!!"
Have a look,
and all kinds of comments are highly appreciated!
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11-30-2007 09:35 PM
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- May 2007
nice! please post footage!!
11-30-2007 11:28 PM
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11-30-2007 11:40 PM
i've been following your various footage posts for a while, and must say you have a great eye, man. i admire what you're doing.
11-30-2007 11:42 PM
Clean & vibrant as always (your footage is what pushed me to invest in a 35mm adapter) - I agree with Rebel, i'd like to see it in motion. what lens(es) do you use?
12-01-2007 01:34 AM
Nice lighting, Anders!Thanks,
Wayne Kinney - Head of Design - shoot35 Ltd
12-01-2007 02:51 AM
A couple of shots (#2 and #3 + #2 of the 2nd batch) are a bit dark but overall they're great. Nice work.
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12-01-2007 03:39 AM
Great work smettli
Loved the grabs.
And I'm gonna say something I've said before:
"Make a full length movie!"
I would so watch it.. then download it illegally.. then I would think and debate heavily about buying it on DVD...
Keep at it man You deserve all the nice comments you get here +more!
oh.. and one thing I've been wondering about: Do you shoot widescreen now?
Or 4:3 then resize in after effects or something?
(If so, would you mind sharing the process of resizing to 16:9?)