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  1. I'm going to be shooting a documentary soon and want to shoot it on tape-- I've always loved the look and, especially now where everything looks so homogenously Alexa'd, think it's a great way to give the film a distinctive feel. I'm wondering though: should I go with the DVX or the SDX? I like the portability of the DVX (I bought one a few months ago and it's a blast to shoot with) but I suppose my main question is whether the lower compression rate on the SDX would eliminate jaggies/aliasing (the only thing I dislike about DVX footage). Or is that just a problem with SD footage in general? Thinking I would have to upscale the footage to HD, as well, for either right? Thanks, Luka
  2. Hey! We're looking for a DP based in London UK to work on a micro budget road movie (Set in the US) that will be shot on Andromeda DVX100, with Elite Letus 35mm adaptor. If the budget allows then we will be shooting on Aaton XTR, S16mm film, or combination of both. Synopsis and more info here: Awaken The Giant Within At the moment we're looking for the right DP and we want to, soon, start shooting some tests. You must have experience on micro/low budget productions and be based in London, UK. If you are interested please send an email with the following details: Cv, camera/tech skills, showreel. Email: info@volitionmedia.co.uk. Cheers
  3. I'm planning to shoot my next film, "Self Help" on DVX100B, Andromeda, Reel Stream, 4:4:4. I bough a barely used gear from a Texas based production comany that went bust. No idea how to use it but I have a manual. That's a start :) Anyway if there are any DP's out there that can share their experience or give advice then that would be well appreciated. When the time comes we'll be looking for a DP but until now I just wanted to shoot some tests before I decide to shoot the film on andro instead of S16mm Aaton. Here's a photo of it: http://www.ivan-samuel.com/apps/blog/show/42844741-camera-choice-for-self-help- Ta!
  4. I'm planning to shoot my next film, "Self Help" on DVX100B, Andromeda, Reel Stream, 4:4:4. I bough a barely used gear from a Texas based production comany that went bust. No idea how to use it but I have a manual. That's a start :) Anyway if there are any DP's out there that can share their experience or give advice then that would be well appreciated. When the time comes we'll be looking for a DP but until now I just wanted to shoot some tests before I decide to shoot the film on andro instead of S16mm Aaton. Here's a photo of it: http://www.ivan-samu...-for-self-help- Ta!
  5. Well as some of you may know I've been working on a music video for a while now that I shot on my DVX100. I got a lot of abuse for this what with the whole mini-dv thing and all. I'm actually not convinced it would have made a huge difference having a fancier camera, in fact it may have made some things worse and more difficult although there are a few times when I can see it would have made things better. There are issues with it all but they would be there regardless of the camera because they were down to issues regarding budget and most of all, time. Working around peoples jobs and trying to keep people fired up when they are exhausted at the end of the day (me included!) I'm partly quite proud of it given that we spent about £60 making the thing. Presently there are a few things bothering me tho. The main one is that I've ended up editing it and I'm not sure I'm the right person to do it justice. It takes me a looooong time to edit anything and the closer I get to the end, the harder and harder it gets for me to finish it! I'm wondering if I shouldn't really be searching for someone else to edit the thing? The other big thing is the grading of it. My laptop I'm editing on is terrible in terms of accurate reproduction and now I've pulled stills out of the video they look completely different again! Not sure where to go with it all but I thought I'd share the stills I have to hand! Anyway here's the stills. Obviously big Kenneth Anger influence and really low budget 80's sci-fi going on too: Freya
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