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  1. Hi everybody, I have a question related to the film To the Wonder by Terrence Malick. In an interview for the American Cinematographer magazine, director of photography Emmanuel Lubezki says that for “To the Wonder we did some tests and decided on the compromise of going 2.35 but shooting spherical— partly because I really, really love the sharp, clean Master Primes. We also went with spherical because we were shooting in a lot of houses.” Since Lubezki speaks about the 'compromise' of going 2.35 but shooting spherical, my question is: does that mean that they shot super 35 and the
  2. I am selling part of my private lens collection. these are spherical lens T2,2 made in Soviet union. Typically warm, with very nice warm flers. I love older lens against new MP, UP. When I use MP or UP with Alexa or RED, it is so technical and clean. These older lens produce so nice texture, organic look. Even I mostly have budget for Masterprimes or Ultraprimes, I go very often with Lomos, spherical or anamorphic. 18mm T3,1 OKC5-18-1 ser. 860132 28mm T2,2 OKC7-28-1 ser. 800119 35mm T2,2 OKC11-35-1 ser. 820375 75mm T2,2 OKC6-75-1 ser. 890150 Focus ring on 75mm can be chan
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