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Nicholas Waters

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  1. Another reference that wouldn't upload on previous reply...
  2. This is all so helpful, thank you all very much. Correct me if I'm wrong, but it sounds like some of what I'm getting at might come from films in the early 2000s color grading to bring up the saturation? I've attached a few stills for reference. Particularly trying to achieve this look in scenes outside, you'd say it's important to utilize natural light but still have my own lighting as well? Please excuse the image quality below - these films are not on film-grab so these are images off google. Thanks again.
  3. Hi Everyone, wanted to get some opinions on this...if you're looking to make a film today but have it look like it was filmed in the late 1990s/early 2000s how would you best describe this to your DP? I'm just talking about camera, lighting, shooting style and not set design, performances, etc. My thoughts would be shooting on a Panavision Panaflex Platinum Camera with Panavision Primo Primes Spherical Lenses and really light the scenes, maybe using Tungsten fixtures. The best references I'm thinking of are things like Best in Show and Little Miss Sunshine. Which other camera and lenses would you recommend? How would you best describe this lighting style? What do you think is most important to achieve this look today?
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