The daytime scenes will vary from long shadowy feels to bright daylight although I plan to keep these limited to very specific moments in the script and there is some interior stuff so I may be looking at a couple of stocks that will cut together well and not loose to moody feel of the piece. Now, I know 5218 is pretty much the workhorse of the industry right now, but I'm not sure how well it will work for the night scenes with the possible limitations of lenses that may be availible. Sense we're gonna be limited on cash, I want to find a good starting point so I can shoot some tests without wasteing money on stock that is not going to be close to the look I want to achieve. Grain is not an exceptional consideration but I don't want it to look like I shot it on 16 . I know there will probably be compromises I'll just have to accept given own budget and demands but If I can get in the ballpark I can probably live with it. I would very much apreciate any and all help offered here ladies and gentlemen so feel free to share your thoughts. I will be most greatful.
Edited by Capt.Video, 24 July 2006 - 02:02 AM.