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    Frame grabs from a feature film
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    These jpg s were from the feature film "Theja" shot entirely with the EX1 (No adapter) and transfered to 35 mm for theatrical release. it was selected to screen at the international film festival of India at the world cinema section.

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    The images look interesting, but it seems to me that if the contrast or gamma were adjusted the images would pop a bit more.


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    Looks like it was shot on film is there a trailer anywhere ?


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    They were downscaled jpeg s and bit different than the originals. However they were shot without any adaptors and yes everts, they look like shot on film.

    A trailer will be posted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke M. View Post
    The images look interesting, but it seems to me that if the contrast or gamma were adjusted the images would pop a bit more.
    I like the look of it. A higher contrast would give it the HDSLR look. A lot of films shot on 16mm usually have a less contrasty/milky look to them. IMHO.


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    That look was intended. In fact, those images near a field were from a flash back sequence.
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    Did you shoot this internally or on something like the nanoflash or the kipro mini? Love to see the trailer!


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