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    Bucharest, Romania
  1. hey, guys! so this is a photo of the hat(minus decorative elements). it looked like this yesterday, in the mean time i demanded that the whole hat needs to be opaque. working the ornaments/top of hat in CG isn't really an option because there-s no budget for this. Mind you, this is a really low budget shoot.
  2. hi guys! I have a question about shooting a specific scene in wich a over-the-top fashionable lady will appear at a garden party, and after she catches the eyes of everyone participating, she gets attacked by a pigeon - she'll be wearing a big overdecorated hat that the bird is supposed to mistake for a nest(ha-ha). Now, the bird will be CG, this turned out to be the best option. the whole scene will look as if it's shot by one of the invitees- via smartphone. This being my fist project involving CG, i'm pretty unsure of the elements that I need to address. So I was thinking that after we get the clean shot, the hat will need to be shot independently on a blue screen, also some of the decorative elements of the hat will need to be shot independently so that they could be layered on top of the pigeon that lands on the hat. markers/trackers will need to be added. I'm deffinately missing things I must be doing, so any inpunt on the matter will be of great help to me. Thank you! B.
  3. Thanks a lot Simon. You might be right on this one - meanwhile i've learned that this particular camera having a 4k sensor and 1920:1080 output, the math is basically 4 pixels on the sensor output 1 pixel of image. These 4 pixels are as follows on RED one BLUE and TWO GREEN. So I think this is the main sensor ”feature” which causes the green tint. Thanks again!
  4. Hi guys! A while ago I shot an advert with my friend's C300 and on a couple of shots the image had a green-ish hue. It wasn't that bad and we were able to fix it rather easily in CC. A week or so ago, my friend shot a video (using his C300) and he had the same problem only it was 10 times worse. He was shooting in a „golden” room and all that gold turned out to be a pretty sick green, which wasn't that easy to correct. Both situations were tungsten lit(no color filters, only diffusion), and shot through the same set of old Zeiss High Speed T1.3 lenses. So.. is it be the camera, or is it the glass - in which case, can chromatic aberration go as far as turning gold into green? Could it be something else?? Any input on the matter will be much appreciated! Thank you!
  5. Thanks for clearing that out for me, Stephen. Appreciate it!!
  6. HI there! I just saw a clip that included some BTS shots, and i stumbled accros a camera rig that I have`nt seen before. This is the clip, right here, and the "accessory" in question can be seen at 07:35, 08:40 - 08:44. http://www.cinemagia...r/skyfall-8220/ Thank in advance for everyones` input on the subject.
  7. hi guys, I have a project coming up and my main concern about it is the control over exposure. it's going to be la long P.O.V. and during this shot the main character will be walking from his car, then into a garden and then into his house. Basically the camera will see a lot of different light spaces in which the T stop suddenly changes from ,let's say, T4 to T16/22. Is there any way I can have remote control over the aperture whilst shooting? We are using a EOS 5D with standard EF lenses.
  8. i agree with Collin, smallHD is a nice little gadget and dosen't cost as much as the marshal monitor.
  9. Well if you have any other thoughts on an alternative camera system, please share.. And a wireless follow focus will be rigged on the helmet as well; in my last post I didn't say that wireless motors aren't going to be used, just that we can't use one for the iris.
  10. we'll just have to find a way to "blend in" the cuts between the clips and right now, eye blinks is what comes to mind. still regarding the motors we' ll be using standard Canon EF lenses which don't have a aperture ring.
  11. hi guys ! i have this project coming up, it's a feature film that will be shot with a 5d (standard, not modded for positive lock lenses). the whole film is basically a p.o.v. of one man. my main concern regarding this project is about the exposure. i'm having quite a hard time figuring out how will I control the exposure if let's say the guy is driving his car and then gets out in the scorching sun then walks into his house etc. the camera will be rigged to a helmet and i don-t see how i can awork the on camera controls.. are there any third party softwares that will permit me to remotely control the exposure parameters ? thaks a lot guys !
  12. Hey guys ! Does anyone know how Benoît Debie might've achieved the POV shots from this feature?! It dosen't look like handheld work nor steadycam. Still looks very realistic and organic-movement wise. I am especially interested in the first part (15-20 minutes) in which Oscar walks around the room / lays in bed, then gets up.. So far I've learned that these shots were filmed with a 35mm camera ( Arricam Lite). Someone who knows anything else about these shots ?!!?
  13. Mathew, thanks a lot for the link, it was an interesting lecture at the least. But still not getting closer to the point of this discussion. DARN !:)) I really hope I can find some solid info about this.
  14. I am especially interested in the first part (15-20 minutes) in which Oscar walks around the room / lays in bed, then gets up.. all that - I can't really imagine how you can "handheld" those shots; be it heavy post. A body mount crossed my mind but seems very very complicated with a 35/16 mm camera. I haven't been able to read the AC mag, haven't got a subscription... Anyways, if you have any more info about the matter or if you could tell me more about how handheld work could replicate that, I would most appreciate it! Thanks a lot, Mathew, Cheers !
  15. Does anyone know how Benoît Debie might've achieved the POV shots from this feature?! It dosen't look like handheld work nor steadycam. Still looks very realistic and organic-movement wise.
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