Premium Member Phil Rhodes Posted January 12, 2021 Premium Member Share Posted January 12, 2021 34 minutes ago, Stuart Brereton said: I don’t disagree, but given his preference for modern sharp glass and dislike of flares, even if he had used anamorphic lenses, they would likely have been Master Anamorphics, and not an older type with some texture. To me it just raises the question whether he was the right guy for the job. But at some level, on the odd occasion I'm asked to do anything, I go to it thinking "right, what does this need," rather than "right, what is it that I like to do." I presume anyone at that level is capable of doing hard-lit, flarey, high contrast anamorphic stuff, or alternatively, once you're a multi-millionaire, saying "sorry, that's not really something I'm into," which would also have been a perfectly legitimate way to handle it. I mean, when Slice of Life was made in someone's garage (and it even updates the look to modern sensibilities by making night green!) Also, and while I'm making utterly impotent complaints on the subject of things that have been updated in ways that don't tickle me, allow me to rant intemperately at what's been done with Dune. Say what you like about the Lynch script. With the exception of a couple of rather 1983-looking VFX shots, the thing was utterly gorgeous. Possibly, this is just expressing what sort of stuff I like, but still. How do I make an Ursa Mini do this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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