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Hi there, 15 years ago me an some friends of mine worked on a corny little fantasy project (http://www.candlekeep.com/library/articles/tdod.htm) that was never really finished. I am now working to restore one scene of that project to use it a a template for my film music compositions. Although I am making good progress in re-cutting and dubbing that scene, I am still lacking a visual fire effect for one very short sequence and don't how to implement that kind of vfx. Here is that short sequence: Do you know any small tool/program (best free- or trialware) to quickly create some kind of a ray of fire (until 0:04) and some gout of flame (from 0:04 on) around these little monsters? It doesn't has to look particularly good, it just has to be recognizable. If you want to try it yourselves, I've uploaded the sequence to dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/op1crkcjxkv1ezi/Feuerzauber-Effekt.avi?dl=0 Best regards and many thanks in advance Dustin
Hi all, i am heading to the Patagonia in a couple months to start production on an installation piece i am working on - i am shooting film footage on a 16mm Krasnogorsk-3 movie camera and wanted to get some tips or advice on what colour films that you might suggest for such a project. i am taking landscape shots which i plan to project and play on loop in slow motion to the point where the movie footage will appear to be a 'moving photograph' I'm based in Sydney and have done a small amount of research and have found a lab in victoria that offers Aviphot 200asa at 100' for $45au. does anyone have any experience with this film? or would you recommend it for landscape shots? any advice on this would be really greatly appreciated. thanks very much.