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  1. Hey guys. Brand new to the forum and i joined specifically because i'm trying to find an answer to this question. Film usually runs vertically threw a camera but a few formats have it run horizontally to achieve a much larger negative. IMAX does this with 65mm and VistaVision does it with 35mm. Is there a 16mm equivalent?
  2. I was recently researching some more techniques to avoid horizontal banding when I found this interview http://x.dmndr.com/director-dialogue-claire-marie-vogel/with director Claire Marie Vogel http://x.dmndr.com/director-dialogue-claire-marie-vogel/ (shot music vids for Atlas Genius and Red Hot Chilli Peppers). Instead of eliminating the banding, she EMPHASIZED it! I never thought banding could be this beautiful! Take a look yourself here http://film.dmndr.com/clairemarievogel/atlas-genius-symptoms if interested. If you click on #horizontalbanding in the comment section of this vid and leave a comment/question, Claire sees it herself and can respond.
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