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Dino Franco Berguglia

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About Dino Franco Berguglia

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  • Occupation
    Cinematographer
  • Location
    Lausanne, Switzerland
  • My Gear
    Aaton XTR Prod, Zeiss mk III High speed super 16mm
  • Specialties
    Actually doing commercials and short films in Lausanne, Switzerland, I would like to work as a camera operator in the US.

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    www.onid.ch
  1. Hi David, thanks for the quick reply, I looked again at the Apocalypse Now scene and the effect is the exact same as in '' Good Time ''. With the only difference that '' Good Time '' was shot in 2 perf with spherical lenses. So according to what you explained to me above, the distance between the filter and the optics could do that, right? A simple '' clear glass filter '' with a little distance could do that? or is it better that I use a '' glimmer glass '' to accentuate the effect in your opinion? what would be the best option to reproduce this in your opinion? once again thank you for your answer.
  2. Hello, I am trying to understand how this phenomenon can occur, In the movie '' Good Time '' of the Safdie brothers, I have noticed several times that the highlights that flare restore the source, not by a glow but by drawing of it. In the case of the example number 1 we see that the text in the window is present as a flare but that, it does not make a ring / point in flare but a reproduction of lettering neons. In example 2 the flare corresponds to the bulb pattern of the carousel. Can someone explain to me if this effect is due to a phenomenon of the used optics, a lens filter effect, or post-production? I am French mother tongue I hope that I managed to make myself understood. I thank you in advance.
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