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john a jadkowski

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  1. Im looking to purchase about 400' of the original 7285 ektachrome 1R, but i'm having trouble finding it. Anyone here have some they want to sell or potentially resources on people or companies who might have some that I could contact? cheers
  2. ahh wow. That's a really interesting idea, wish I'd thought of it on my own! That actually works extremely well with the story which is about an unassuming couple being assimilated into the restaurant. Thank you David. To the other replies I've used 80 and 85 correction filters and haven't found the results to be worth the light loss, at least for the projects Ive shot with them, much rather use uncorrected stocks and lean into their natural qualities. That being said I haven't heard of the 80D before, that could be an interesting middle ground thank you. I own the camera gear and
  3. Im in prepro for a narrative short set in a surreal restaurant environment and was toying around with the idea of shooting it on daylight stock. Its all night interiors so we'll be using almost exclusively warm or tungsten sources. Only problem is we don't have the budget to shoot a test and im not sure what shooting with tungsten light will look like on 250d vision 3. Does anyone here have any stills or clips showing examples of this? I know the film goes yellow but im curious how correctable it is or if it will add an interesting, or off putting character to skin tone.
  4. I'm looking to get a video tap installed in my SR ii and I've been looking at the Visual Products HD tap. I'm curious how people feel about it, there's no customer reviews so if you have this for your camera or have used it I'd love to hear your thoughts on it. Also if you know of another company that does video tap installations that you prefer I'd love to hear it. Here's a link to the tap I'm looking at: http://www.visualproducts.com/storeProductDetail02.asp?productID=829&Cat=3&Cat2=46
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