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Nice reel. The latter shots (from the guy walking in the food store and on) were the nicest shots. Very nice color saturation. The earlier ones still had a bit of that digital grayscale to them, but I have a feeling that may have been a combination of what was being photographed and the cameras that were used.

 

Care to share which cameras were utilized?

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Thanks. The digital look you are talking about was there because the director wanted it. The last shots with the girl were shot on the BMCC while everything else is on Canon DSLRs with a lot of different picture styles.

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