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  1. Hey everyone! First time poster and relatively new member to the boards. Was trying to rack my brain around on this and figured it'd be worth a shot asking here. I'm preparing to direct/shoot a music video next weekend, and I need some advice on choosing a diffusion/beauty filter set. Plan is to shoot on the Alexa with a K-35 25-120mm Macro Zoom (as well as a 14mm Canon Optex if we really need the width). Utilizing HMIs and some Astras for the lighting package. I wanted to give the video an older film feel to the image, which I'm aiming to do via the lenses and using harder lighting vi
  2. In his interview on the American Cinematographer podcast, Crescenzo Notarile ASC says when he was shooting CSI that he would do his closeups from 40 feet away using 150mm to 250mm lenses (as opposed to Gotham where he uses 21mm to 32mm). As mainly a stills photographer, I understand where he's going, most people look a lot better with longer lenses. However, the farthest I get from my still subjects is 10 or 15 feet. Forty feet away would be a whole other universe... So, in cinematography is there an advantage to shooting with such long lenses besides the flattering look and cha
  3. A few days ago, I did my first "real" test on my Raven with a victoria secret-esque beauty shoot as a personal project. Though I'm a director, I also wanted to showcase my DP abilities for hire as well as the slowmo capabilities of the camera. I shot the whole project at 4.5k at 60fps with some at 95 and 120fps, ISOs ranged from 640-1600 (and some at 2000). I really am impressed with the skin tones, lighting started to fall apart in the splashing scenes but the rest of it I'm happy with. Please let me know what you think and if you have critiques! https://vimeo.com/174891932 Please co
  4. A few days ago, I did my first "real" test on my Raven with a victoria secret-esque beauty shoot as a personal project. Though I'm a director, I also wanted to showcase my DP abilities for hire as well as the slowmo capabilities of the camera. I shot the whole project at 4.5k at 60fps with some at 95 and 120fps, ISOs ranged from 640-1600 (and some at 2000). I really am impressed with the skin tones, lighting started to fall apart in the splashing scenes but the rest of it I'm happy with. Please let me know what you think and if you have critiques! https://vimeo.com/174891932 Please co
  5. I was watching Matt Workman's discussion about a Pantene commercial and saw the use of a Breise forcus 140 as a key light. Is there a poor shooter's semi-version of a Breise that gives a similar look? I work in a market where there aren't many large budget commercials, so a Breise basically doesn't exist here and no one is going to pay to truck one down from L.A. I did like the silver stipple on hair look, so I might try that on a web series sometime soon. Thanks for that Matt. Stuart --------------------------- illuma.blogspot.com
  6. Hi Guys, How would you achieve this flawless product lighting? I realise the background is green screen so just a couple flat tops either side. Thoughts on lighting for the actual product though? Cheers, Chris
  7. I love the moving colorful lights here. But it's driving me crazy that I can't find out how this was accomplished. Any suggestions? http://vimeo.com/101388682
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