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#1 Dan Goulder

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Posted 26 January 2006 - 10:06 PM

Just got back from seeing "The New World". Thought the cinematography was superb. My understanding is that this was shot almost entirely with natural lighting. I would consider this a "must see" for the members of this forum.

Edited by dgoulder, 26 January 2006 - 10:10 PM.

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#2 Landon D. Parks

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Posted 26 January 2006 - 10:35 PM

I'll be seeing it on Saturday...
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#3 Trevor Greenfield

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Posted 26 January 2006 - 10:41 PM

Thank you for recommending. I have to go to Spokane in the next few days and Ill try to see it, as thats the only place that has it around.
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#4 Dan Goulder

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Posted 27 January 2006 - 12:53 PM

In addition to traditional "color timer", the credits in this movie mention a digital color timer. However, I understood this movie to be optically posted. Where exactly would a digital color timer come into play? (I don't believe this was a reference to digital dailies.) I'm just curious if I was looking at an entirely optical process, from camera negative all the way through release print. Thanks.
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#5 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 27 January 2006 - 01:02 PM

"Opticals" (fades & dissolves, titles over picture, freeze-frames, scratch-removal, repositions, etc.) -- editorial devices which traditionally have been created in an optical printer using dupes, a few can be done with A-B printing (but most studios want a single-strand conformed neg cut) -- these days are more and more often being done digitally even if the overall movie is finished photochemically. Plus the few 65mm shots in the movie probably went through a DI, plus any digital efx shots, digital matte paintings, etc., would require digital timing.
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