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Shaeden Gallegos

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  1. Copy that! My bad, yeah 6:5 is the right aspect ratio choice for 2x anamorphics.
  2. I believe if you work at 6K 2:1, then you will use the whole/mostly all of the sensor. If not you can drop down a little and still get proportional coverage. If your anamorphics are 2x, read the second link, where it particularly talks about modes and settings on EPIC. http://cinescopophilia.com/lens-camera-test-alexa-xt-dragon-kowa-anamorphic-from-andrew-ceperley/ http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?112192-viewing-Anamorphic-in-camera-on-Dragon-is-different-than-on-Epic-(
  3. Thank you Macks! I will look into it. Great find! Appreciate your time.
  4. I am in my last semester at film school and our final project is going to be an animation. It will be in the style of "Studio Ghibli" features but in a shorter form (4-6 min.). Do any of you know of any studios or freelancers that do this style of animation for hire? We are still figuring out the budget due to not knowing the price of such a piece. I know it will be quite expensive. Any info would be great. Thanks guys!
  5. Thanks for the lighting tip. I will definitely be using your suggestions. Have a great day yourself, good sir!
  6. Thank you so much for your response; it means a lot. I will be using a Ronin 3-Axis gimbal and a RED DRAGON. The Ronin will be used for some long tracking shots through the forest; some while on the back of an ATV (4-Wheeler). Other gear includes a drone for aerial footage and a shoulder rig/ tripod (more obvious options) for the rest. Your advice helped!
  7. If you haven't seen the teaser trailer: There is also the newer trailer if you want to see that also:
  8. Hey Guys, So I am shooting a project in Wyoming. It will be in a variety of environments (mostly forests and mountainous locations). I want to have a similiar "look" (although different to) "The Revenant". I know that mostly natural light was used, and I am in the same boat due to traveling restraints with gear. It will mostly be a guerilla-esque production, although it is narrative. Does anyone have any tips for me in terms of what techniques to use when shooting in snow/wildlife conditions? I was thinking to mostly shoot early morning with an overcast sky, but wanted to hear your (professional) take on how I should have my set-ups. Thanks for your time. P.S. - Bounce Boards for lighting? I noticed that "The Revenant" looks pretty amazing for only using natural light. Most of the trailer had a great lighting ratio on the character's faces.
  9. Thank you Satsuki! That is great advice for woman, I hope they can see this post. Thanks for your input.
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