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#1 Luca Bonicalza

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Posted 13 November 2018 - 02:58 PM

Hi everybody!
I've just published on amazon the dissertation of my BA and it's about chemical images in the digital post: I've actually tested that is more comfortable to composite and color footage from motion picture film (5219 in my test) rather than digital one (r3d). I think you are the best people I can share this with, and I hope we could start a discussion about that.

You can find it here https://www.amazon.c...=luca bonicalza and in all local amazon's website. The price is to cover the print costs (and I hope in a looooong time even the production ones!)

Thank you and bests

Luca Bonicalza


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