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Stephen Perera

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Stephen Perera last won the day on May 30 2018

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About Stephen Perera

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  • Birthday 06/19/1966

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    Gibraltar, Europe
  • My Gear
    Aaton XTR XC 16mm
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    Graphic Designer/Photographer

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  1. Hey Mark...a somewhat mystical reply...please explain hahahah
  2. Hi all, to continue with the fun I've just bought a LOMO tank to process super 8 at home......I have a roll of Tri-X and my question is simple....E6 process just like any other slide film???? Im confide cos I see it being developed as a negative film too......what gives......
  3. ...a friend of mine says it was easy for him to win cinematography cos he had experts operating the camera, experts pulling focus, experts rigging, experts lighting...em...I could not argue back
  4. "...it could not be a nostalgic, old look black and white..." I think his opening statement should be taken with a pinch of salt haha I think what Tyler says is probably true.....
  5. Thanks for that Dirk...beautiful tonality and grain to it....very very interesting stock....would you share your thoughts and how you metered for it plus any tips....I keep hearing its holds up to 1.5 stops either way whilst others love how the highlights go off....Im going to shoot a test on my Leica R6.2 with 35mm version and develop in D-96 to see what I think too
  6. A few posts so far and this one had a link: https://www.baitfilm.co.uk
  7. Cinelab London run it with D-96, literally just asked them as I want to shoot a test of this film and develop it myself........
  8. Hi all....shooting Kodak Eastman Double-X in 16mm format and would welcome any and all feedback on this stock. It's a personal project to enter a local area festival - you gotta do what you gotta do - shooting in old Gibraltar town area during the daytime with mostly available light and maybe a couple of Arri's if anyone is kind enough to open the shutters and let me plug them in hahaha (I'm very persuasive) so nothing complicated......camera will be on sticks mostly apart from a few sweeps on rails...thats it.....shooting with a Cooke Varokinetal 9-50mm on an Aaton XTR XC (no video tap or any electronics, love this camera). The short storyline ends with a (very talented) young couple dancing a tango....sounds corny but hopefully will be great as a final piece!!! Think Dolce+Gabbana sicilian campaign with Monica Belluci...old Gibraltar has that look (also posted this on CML as need loads of feedback)
  9. hey Phil thanks for that...hows this sound??? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LUMINOUS-PAINT-FOR-WATCH-HANDS-SYRINGE-RELUME-KIT-PAINT-LUMINOUS-/261017264161 Ok in case this is at all interesting to anyone I have a contact and am awaiting a reply as to application on metal lenses etc as opposed to watches..... WatchLume Peter Botheroyd Sundance, Port Werburgh Vicarage Lane Hoo Kent ME39TW United Kingdom Phone:07956|913168 Email:p.botheroyd@googlemail.com
  10. OK so my eyesight isn't what it used to be esp in the dark.....can anyone recommend a good fluorescent paint to mark my lenses as THAT would be really helpful.....just to do simple lines and dots where they exist but to convert to 'glow in the dark.....e.g. mark my diopter on my extended eyepiece on my Aaton.....mark my lenses etc....
  11. my friend and fellow film lover Tyler, why did u shoot the interviews digitally?
  12. this podcast is really good..... https://ascmag.com/podcasts/the-marvelous-mrs-maisel
  13. really enjoyed the clip teaser......love the tones and textures of beautiful film.....the voice over was excellent and very compelling to me......I am looking forward to watching the final piece....Im very much into watching things like this....the BBC are excellent at producing stuff like this that you would not imagine existed
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