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Raymond O'Neil

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  1. Thank you. But I was looking more for cameras that run on batteries. Also, as far as the from diameter goes, the reason why I am asking about is that super8man web-site gives preference to Bauer Royal camera which has 49mm front thread size, which would be easier to fit for example Kowa anamorphic lenses. I'm just wondering what other cameras are suitable better...
  2. Hi, I've been researching information about shooting anamorphic in Super 8 and was reading that it's best to use Super 8 Cameras that have the smallest front lens diameter. Some anamorphic lenses have rear thread sizes of around 50mm and I guess the smaller the front lens size of teh Super 8 Camera the less one will need to zoom in to avoid vignetting. Well,I was wondering if you guys know which Super 8 cameras have the smaller/smallest front lens diameters... Or what are the signs I should look for if I search on eBay for example? Thanks a lot
  3. Tommy, thank you. We didn't do any color correction yet. It's all in camera what you see so far... I'm not a DP, i was the director so second part of the comments is for me :) Thing is there is nothing really happening in the film in the conventional sense, so you had a correct impression about the trailer.
  4. Shot partly with JVC HD100 and HV20 with Redrock M2 35mm adaptor. Official web-site is not up yet, but you can watch the 480P HD video stream with this direct MOV link: http://www.galioneli.com/theomovie/trailers/theo480p.mov Alternatively you can watch HD stream on Vimeo if you have a problem with the link above. Compression is not too bad, but isn't great either. Color space is a bit distorted. http://www.vimeo.com/825323 Thanks a lot for looking.
  5. Shot partly with JVC HD100 and HV20 with Redrock M2 35mm adaptor. Official web-site is not up yet, but you can watch the 480P HD video stream with this direct MOV link: http://www.galioneli.com/theomovie/trailers/theo480p.mov Alternatively you can watch HD stream on Vimeo if you have a problem with the link above. Compression is not too bad, but isn't great either. Color space is a bit distorted. http://www.vimeo.com/825323 Thanks a lot for looking.
  6. 25P for PAL, 24P is for NTSC world
  7. Thanks a lot guys. I really appreciate it. Dry ice and post work sounds doable. I willl let you know how it goes.
  8. Hi, i have a scene coming up this weekend where one character splashes a cup of hot tea onto another's face. How do I make it believable that its hot. I guess it should be very steamy but how do I achieve that effect? Thanks a lot
  9. Thank you. Keying makes sense. Thats probably what I will do then for my scene. Thanks a lot for your feedback
  10. Guys, I am terribly sorry, I think I forgot to include the link to that web-site. http://rarevision.com/home.php Its the second clip called Variable Speed
  11. the clip is called Variable Speed. Obviously I am referring to the effect of the variable speed that was done. The guy is in slo mow, the rest is not.
  12. Would anyone kindly explain how the second clip (called Variable Speed) was done. Was it all post production or something in camera as well? I emailed the site owner, but yet to receive a reply... I am trying to do something similar, where an object in the foreground (a burning cigarette) would burn at its own pace, while a person in background would be in a timelapse, sun passing through the room, etc. Thank you all
  13. Thanks a lot. So basically I will rely on post production.
  14. I can have as much necessary lighting as needed to get that color
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