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Mathew Lester

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  1. Hi Everyone, I have finished the colour grade on a short film and afterwards, have spotted some shots used with a certain camera throughout the production that have dead pixels. I have scanned through the dailies and can confirm they are present from the day they were shot - so this is nothing to do with any post production or data transfer. My question is whether or not it would be worth trying to fix - or just leave it and hope the majority of viewers wont notice. As I want to avoid any possible degradation and compression of the overall image during the post pipeline. It just might be a bit more obvious on the big screen as this is not a 4K delivery. Any thoughts and experience greatly appreciated. M
  2. Hi everyone, so this is the first showreel i have produced that shows all my favourite imagery while working as a DP and/or Operator. I think i am still trying to develop my skills by taking on varied genres and ideas - using aspect ratio, lighting, composition and movement to tell stories. I would love to hear from cinematographers what you think of the work so far, as well as what constructive criticism you have to offer. Here's the link: https://vimeo.com/250899536 Best Wishes, Mat
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