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Tim Immordino

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    Los Angeles
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    SONY a7s
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    Writer, Director and Producer with new media experience. Background in writing and producing, digital, traditional & transmedia for agencies & production co's. Always looking to learn more.

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  1. Jaron - Sorry for the delay in responding, I've been crazy busy... This is great info and very helpful... Exactly the kind of knowledge I joined cinematography.com for. Thank you for sharing!
  2. Dom, this is super helpful... I suspected as much. Honestly I'll probably have to fake the effect in post (budget constraints), but I think your answer still probably applies. Thanks especially for the additional info above -- Definitely going to look more deeply into tilt shift lenses... Thanks again, great info. Tim
  3. Prepping for a short and have an idea to shoot the open in tilt shift, or tilt shift effect in post. I understand that whether you actually use a TS lens or do it in post, results are best with simple subjects (people, cars, trains) at a distance and from a high angle. All that's fine for my purposes... However, I don't want time lapse. Does the effect not translate in live action? Or is there some technical reason it can't be done? I can't seem to find much video (ok any) of non-time lapse tilt shift footage. Still sussing our camera package, but budget is very low so we're likely shooting on SONY a7s if that makes a difference... Any other technical advice is welcome. Thanks in advance for your help!
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