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Ludwig Hagelstein

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  1. All the silver in ECN and ECP film can be recovered, depending on the efficiency of your silver recovery system, of course...
  2. Essentially ECP is CN stock as well. Yes, you will get a negative. Give it a stop of push. The only real difference between ECN-2 and ECP 2E is the developer activity (simplified) which is a lot higher (using CD2) than that of ECN-2 to yield high DMax in ECP film.
  3. Pushing one stop will actually just give you about 1/3 d stop more sensitivity. If you underexpose one stop, you thus loose 2/3ds of a stop of effective speed.
  4. The format is very important, because they run on different machines and have different capacities.
  5. Hi Margaret, First of all, I'd ask Ruhan or Antonio at Kodak London directly. They know their own process best and can help you make the best decision for your project. The better you communicate with your lab, the better they will be able to help you and advise you. These guys are crucially important in any analog project, even if they only come after the catering in the credits. In general though: Pushing increases contrast, graininess, and decreases sharpness a bit. You get a more visceral look. If your project is intended for big screen viewing, I would be careful as cinema audiences aren't used to grain any more and on the big screen you will have lots of it. If you plan for a small screen release pushing may be perfect to communicate a more film-ish look. Pushing only minimally increase actual photographic speed. For every stop you push, you get about one third of a stop in speed. If you underexpose one stop and push one stop to compensate it, you will effectively lose 2/3 of a stop in film speed. If you want to have a look at really pushed 5222 in motion picture use, view the bw intro sequence of the first Craig Bond, Casino Royale. That has several scenic layers which use different levels of push to tell the story. Cheers, Ludwig
  6. I know this is a very old Thread, but I am looking for Mark Woods` remarks and can't find anything. Any tips where to look?
  7. German based company SILBERSALZ has created a cinematography award for young filmmakers who want to shoot on 35mm film: The prize includes: 10 x 122M 35MM KODAK VISION3 10 x FILM CARTRIDGES SILBERSALZ35 ECN2 DEVELOPMENT INCL. SPECIAL PROCESSES 4K HDR RAW SCANNING 35MM CAMERA SET FOR 3 SHOOTING DAYS BY VANTAGE LIGHT AND GRIP GEAR FOR 3 SHOOTING DAYS BY MAIER BROS. read more here: https://silbersalz35.com/award
  8. German based company SILBERSALZ has created a cinematography award for young filmmakers who want to shoot on 35mm film: The prize includes: 10 x 122M 35MM KODAK VISION3 10 x FILM CARTRIDGES SILBERSALZ35 ECN2 DEVELOPMENT INCL. SPECIAL PROCESSES 4K HDR RAW SCANNING 35MM CAMERA SET FOR 3 SHOOTING DAYS BY VANTAGE LIGHT AND GRIP GEAR FOR 3 SHOOTING DAYS BY MAIER BROS. read more here: https://silbersalz35.com/award
  9. Hi Matjek, in the unlikely chance the 435 set is still available, I'd be hugely interested.
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