Posts Tagged ‘film’

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Now More Than Ever

Posted: January 16, 2017 in -
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Pretentious Movie Interview with ‘Hot Robot 3’ Filmmakers

THR Cinematographer Roundtable

Posted: January 12, 2017 in -
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Cinematographer Roundtable: Film vs. Digital, Working With Scorsese and Which Phone Takes the Best Pictures

 

 

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WOW! A film-related post. It all comes full circle…

Stop Paying for Footage! The 411 on Fair Use

 

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Short Horror Films 4 Halloween

Posted: October 31, 2016 in -
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The Most Terrifying Horror Shorts You Can Watch Online Right Now

J. Giambrone

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SPOILER ALERT

Do watch the show first, before bothering with the script.

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In episode 1 I mentioned ‘drunk cam.’ Here’s what it looks like:

Those shots are at 16 frames per second, maximum shutter and then slowed down so it doesn’t play back too quickly at 24 fps. Later in the episode there is a very surreal 12 fps sequence.

I had to make an irreversible decision at that final scene. Do I simply shoot the whole thing with drunk cam? What if it’s too smeared and hard to tell what’s being filmed? I did all sorts of tests ahead of time, and I was torn about 18, 16, 14 fps. When we filmed and there was no time to screw around anymore it dawned on me that we HAD to separate the aesthetics from other shows. That’s one area where we can…

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