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#1 bryancapri

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Posted 24 June 2006 - 06:30 PM

Hey everybody.

I just watched the The Hills Have Eyes remake, and well, it was what it was.

However. I love the visual style. I know they used Arri's, but beyond that I've been having a hard time tracking down any other useful info.

Specifically what I'm talking about is the surreal sort of jittering feel this film (and other suspense/horror films lately) has. It adds an urgency to the overall feel that I really appreciated.

So here's the dilemma. Does anyone know how this was done? Is it simply an issue of a slight under/overcrank?

I'm shooting a film soon with the Varicam, and would love any help anyone can offer in how to achieve this "feel". And if it is even possible with HD.

Thanks
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