kamelgunner wrote:i mean brightness guys the rip is a little bit darker maybe due to the lack of resolution or just from every early rip that we are used to get
Thanks for the clarification.
MuffinMcFluffin wrote:[okungnyo wrote:I saw it in IMAX Laser, which has the same aspect ratio as IMAX 70 mm.
I couldn't remember whether there was panning or not, but I do remember seeing that shot posted in its original aspect ratio by IMAX on Twitter.
So I went back to look for it, and yeah, here it is: https://twitter.com/IMAX/status/894196386995908608
There does seem to be panning there in the original shot, no?
Ah shoot, you might be right. Then either it's much more subtle in its original format or it's so hard to see when looking at a big IMAX screen. Anyway, it's certainly not as drastic/noticeable there.
Yeah, I don't think that Mr. Nolan does panning/adjusting of the IMAX frame on home release.
He prefers to keep it as simple as possible: crop top and bottom equally.
Star Trek into Darkness did what you are talking about, though; I remember seeing comparison shots.