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  1. Hey folks, Got a commercial coming up which I'm shooting and I'm wondering if there's a way to get this stop motion effect out of a digital film camera, either in camera or through post-production, instead of the more typical stills camera method. Assuming this is possible via digital film camera and that my concern is to get a sharp image every time, would the mean a narrow/low shutter angle and a normal frame rate (24 or more)? Or is my reasoning completely skewed here? When I think about it though it seems silly not to shoot this on a stills camera.
  2. Hello , I would like to know how to shoot stop motion as it in this video technically .
  3. Hello! I'm trying to spread the word on the Indiegogo Campaign my super talented girlfriend (Meredith Hama-Brown) is hosting for her stop-motion project MIND MIRROR. It's a crazy kaleidoscopic attack of the senses all made of custom-cut printouts extracted from footage shot on my Dragon. The character and props were then animated on custom made paper Dioramas, where not only do we track through spaces with the camera, but often the sets and lights move as well. On top of this, it's all shot on Super8mm to create the textured and raw look we were going for. Also all being shot "on one's" at 24 individual frames per second. I have helped her over the 1.5 years with it and we have 1 year to go. We need help to finish line for this passion project! We have shot 95 seconds so far, and have another 85 seconds to go. It's crazy as we have thousands of cut-outs and sometimes each cut-out takes 20-40 minutes to cut... If you have a few minutes, please check out her Indiegogo Campaign here (There is also a short teaser in the Pitch video): https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mind-mirror-film-animation Every contribution and share really helps so thank you in advance if you are able to support us! The funds will not be used to pay us. It's being used to pay for art assistance, film processing, short term studio space, material costs, and some equipment and light rental. Cheers, Norm
  4. I have a filmmaker friend who recently gave me his old Bolex H16 Reflex absolutely free over the holiday season. He has since graduated to a high-end digital setup, but said that the H16 Reflex properly cared for will give many years of service and can deliver great results for low-budget filmmakers. I'm a student, so low-budget pretty accurately describes my operation. However I'd be willing to invest in a lens that would suit my needs. I do stop-motion animation (seeking a BFA in Animation), and would like to use film for my project. The Bolex came with a pistol grip, a supplemental film magazine, cable release and a Vario Switar 18-86mm f. 25 OE lens. I'm wondering: what kind of lenses / accessories would I need to make the H16 Reflex suitable for stop motion animation? The lens I'm currently looking at is a Kern Switar 10mm f 1.6. Apologies for lack of knowledge, as I am an amateur. Thanks!
  5. I would like to hear your thoughts on what sort of lens is best for photographing something with little to no depth. I'm not considering a multiplane set-up but would be pleased to also hear thoughts on that.
  6. I shot my first short film "A Fistful of Feathers" with Director of Photography, Tom Hanmer, back in December and finished up post in May. Tom used his beautifully sharp Leica Zooms and his newly acquired motion mount. Amazing way to shoot. Wicked fast adjustments. .1 ND increments all day long. A great way to work on a tight schedule.
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