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Ariel Salati

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

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Watching The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

seems that Nicola Pecorini was mixing between spherical lenses and anamorphic lenses?

is it only a wrong impression?

maybe the distorsion of wide wide lenses gave me this effect

 

by the way

I'd like to mix anamorphic and spherical lenses for a feature film upcoming.

is it possible to di it being keeping the same ratio?

any advises,thoughts?

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