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#1 Delorme Jean-Marie

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Posted 15 August 2006 - 03:43 AM

for a recent short a filmed in 35 i had to use all thoses stocks.
is it going to match well as kodak comunicate about ?
05 for ext days (1 stop over)
05 for ext night (key light)with hmi
18 for ext night (Key light)
18 for ext day (1 stop over) with 85 or 81ef filter
17 and 74 for ext day (1 stop over exposed) with 85 or 81ef filter

the were not mixed in the same sequences, but from a setup to another one

do i have troubles to expect??

5218 insted of 5210 that doesn't exist
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#2 Dan Goulder

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Posted 15 August 2006 - 05:33 AM

If you're not intercutting stocks within the same scene, and the differing looks work in context with your story, then you shouldn't have a problem.
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Posted 15 August 2006 - 06:06 AM

for a recent short a filmed in 35 i had to use all thoses stocks.
is it going to match well as kodak comunicate about ?
05 for ext days (1 stop over)
05 for ext night (key light)with hmi
18 for ext night (Key light)
18 for ext day (1 stop over) with 85 or 81ef filter
17 and 74 for ext day (1 stop over exposed) with 85 or 81ef filter

the were not mixed in the same sequences, but from a setup to another one

do i have troubles to expect??

5218 insted of 5210 that doesn't exist


All the Kodak VISION2 films you mention should intercut well. One stop over will help reduce graininess, give good shadow detail and "rich" blacks. The older 5274 will be slightly higher in contrast, and have a slightly different color palette, but should be fine as long as you are not cutting it in on the same sequence.
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#4 Delorme Jean-Marie

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Posted 15 August 2006 - 08:56 AM

that's what i was expecting thank for the replies
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