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Jean-Marc Gourmaud

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  1. Thank you Mr Murashige for this further information. I had a look on Yedlin's demonstration. Very impressive I agree. I understand better now, why some DPs still love shooting on celluloid film. I have all elements now, to get the best compromise on my projects, and above all the budget of course ! Best, Jean-Marc
  2. I took note of this Alexa aspect. Thank you Mr Mullen, Best regards, Jean-Marc
  3. Thank you very much Mr Rodin, for all these information. Best regards, Jean-Marc
  4. Dear Mr Murashige, I agree with you about the short list of DPs who didn't try, but I didn't get a lot of feedback about the topic, so ... In fact, my initial question is more focused about emulation in hardware (Camera capacities and settings) instead of software in post-prod, even if we can't totally avoid this process as you know. I take in consideration your point of view, the link (great information !) and I thank you very much to light my curiosity and knowledge. Best Regards, Jean-Marc
  5. Dear Mr Mullen, thank you very much for your information, the link, and the sharing of your experience. I appreciate. I saw "The Man from U.N.C.L.E". I appreciated the photography, and the feeling of film. Best Regards, Jean-Marc
  6. Dear Mr Rodin, I agree that it's quite hard to get the quality of film, just with the hardware and capacty of the Digital camera. I'm not a fan of fake look on post-prod and a long process, but I took note carefully of your advices and technical aspect, to get the best compromise like anyone else as you know. Thank you very much. Best Regards, Jean-Marc
  7. Dear DPs, If you see this young generation of filmmakers (Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, J.J Abrams), they keep shooting their movies in film like Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, … Does it mean that today, we can't get the feeling, the grain, and the warmth of film in digital ? The response is maybe in the question, right ? But I would like to know if there is a DP who tried to get this feeling of film (35mm (ex: Eastman 100T 5247),70mm (ex: 65 mm Eastman 50T 5250) in digital, especially with the Red Weapon 8K S35 ? And of course with the appropriate lens. Thanks Jean-Marc
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