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Kendrick Gray

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    Detroit, MI
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  1. Actually I just googled sound reports and they came up.
  2. A camera report form is listed on this post. Do you know where I can find a good form for the audio side of things? Or at least whats it called?
  3. If thats the case how does the editor know what audio clip goes with what.
  4. So wait, where is the audio logged? If the audio is being recorded externally shouldn't that be listed on the camera report?
  5. You know what, I just found something that answered that question! Finally... Thanks Daniel!
  6. Yeah It does get technical lol. Im been having major "I just need to know this" lately. It was the same with subsampling months ago. So to close this topic... When the lens is going from 18mm to 35mm the focal length physically gets narrow and wider? Wider at 18mm and narrow at 35?
  7. Anybody have any pictures of exactly what is measured to get the millimeter measurement? I want to know exactly what it looks like. Google has not been my friend.
  8. When you come from the DSLR world they compare everything to Full-Frame. I have a new prospective on lenses now.
  9. Thanks for this. It should be common sense for me to think that lol. Makes sense.
  10. I just have 2 starting folders. Exterior and Interior. From those two folders I go to sub categories like car, bedroom, bathroom, etc. Depending on what the scene is.
  11. This was gold. Im still trying to comprehend fully. I need to study and understand the science of how lenses work. Thats my issue.
  12. Ha it lead to a heated discussion because it was a Facebook group full of people who "know everything". Heck, with the right kind of people you'll argue about anything. Thanks for all the replies and giving me an understanding of what exactly is going on. Especially coming from professionals. The reason I care so much about this is because I'll like to develop a style and come up with a look I can stick with if possible. But its hard to mimic something I see if I don't know what sensor or film they were using. For Instance, It says Ridley Scott uses 75mm+ lenses most of the time and Steven Spielberg 21mm. Even if the lens is what it is I still had no Idea the field of view they were getting. Not necessary trying to copy but to have something to build off of.
  13. So some cine lenses have no crop factor? I knew I wasn't crazy. Whats the point in making a apsc lens and still have crop factor?
  14. I always fine it confusing when cinematographers say they like to do this with a 35mm or that with a 50mm. How are we supposed to know the look they were going for it the field of view always changes depending on the camera? Im assuming if they are using a industry standard camera 35mm and 50mm pretty much would be easy to copy from there look. In closing... basically even if a lens is aps-c the lens will still never be field of view wise what it says it is. Why on earth does it vignette on a full frame sensor then? So even if its made for the apsc/super35 sensor they still make the field of view change. Ahhh so confusing sometimes.
  15. Is there any lenses made for a particular sensor where the focal length and field of view are identical? Or that just does not happen.
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