THANK YOU WALLY!!!!

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ThePhantomTerror wrote:
Mason01 wrote:I love it when Crazy Eight goes of technical on us.
solo2001 wrote:Sometimes i'll actually read Crazy's rambling posts to educate myself.
:twothumbsup: When he does these things, it will be some of the most informative posts on NolanFans.
Completely agree, how do you know so much Crazy Eight?

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Andrea wrote:
ThePhantomTerror wrote:


:twothumbsup: When he does these things, it will be some of the most informative posts on NolanFans.
Completely agree, how do you know so much Crazy Eight?
I have no idea. :lol:

I've had an interest in it for years... and have done a lot of research on the subject and have personal experience with DSLR's which help one to learn first hand about things like exposure, shutter rates, lenses, etc... and the rest I know from a shit load of research fueled by an interest... that and Roman M. always puts me in my place when I flub up. :lol:
and they allow less in the frame -#1fan
Why do you say that? The vast majority of digital cameras being used for high budget productions today have full 35mm sensors...

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I really can't tell the difference from film to digital. I don't really care

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Collateral's use of digitals is genius to say the least. I like how Mann used close ups on that film to capture the tone of the location and the characters with digital - that's how it should be used.

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christophmac wrote:Collateral's use of digitals is genius to say the least. I like how Mann used close ups on that film to capture the tone of the location and the characters with digital - that's how it should be used.
Agreed! I thought I was the only one who noticed that

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christophmac wrote:I like how Mann used close ups on that film to capture the tone of the location and the characters with digital - that's how it should be used.
What does composition, close up composition, have to do with it being captured digitally?

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Crazy Eight wrote:
christophmac wrote:I like how Mann used close ups on that film to capture the tone of the location and the characters with digital - that's how it should be used.
What does composition, close up composition, have to do with it being captured digitally?
It gives it a different look and feel in terms of capturing colours and sharpness which worked well with the film. Obviously that's not entirely because of the digital format but it helps.

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50 minutes of TDKR in fucking IMAX!!!!!

THANK YOU WALLY. YOU ARE AMAZING

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Thank you Wally. In the biggest IMAX screen in Europe this will blow me away.

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Nolan4Life wrote:50 minutes of TDKR in fucking IMAX!!!!!

THANK YOU WALLY. YOU ARE AMAZING

Wow, that's a fair chunk of the film. Thank Wally indeed.

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