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Harry Laos

Best Stock To Film In A Shaded Forest

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You are correct. Both are quite flexible. I don't know what kind of look you are going for but, you can protect the shadows a good deal with out loosing the highlights.

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Yes, but your grain bump is appreciable.

 

Unless you are intercutting with slower stock, the increase in grain should be barely noticeable, and the additional speed may be the difference between making the day or not.

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