Posted 12 September 2006 - 11:17 PM
after 17 years of 35 mil, 9 year mainly 35 mil, i have to admit, to say...
that these images were the best i´ve ever seen from any kind of source so far.
no grain (35 mil disease)
no banding (digital disease)
a very high dynamic range.. quite higher than the usual 35/cinealta we have here.
resolution beyond anything we had here so far, and that includes some a-budget full feature films.
i think that the claims "these images were 3d renderings" speak for themselves... as compliment.
i can cleary say, that the images, which certain members of this so respected bboard are claiming to be rendered, are _not_ 3d.
why? they are to imperfect. I would like to underline a certain aspect: when our partners at getty images and corbes saw some specially produced footage they had the same feeling abou the shots. bigger than life.
from here in berlin: cheers, red-team, you did awesome work. we expected cameras of this quality level for moving images not within the next 4-5 years.
so, we are forced to overthink our 35mil/cinealta strategy... and are happy about it.
Posted 13 September 2006 - 02:14 AM
Posted 16 September 2006 - 12:36 PM
Posted 16 September 2006 - 12:57 PM
Thank you for your report. After reading your post and the helpful information given by Emanuel, I'm sold. Thank you to both.
Posted 16 September 2006 - 02:36 PM
Not at all!
Follow my posts and you will see what I'm thinking about these jerks... The words aren't mine!
Mathieu Kassovitz answering to David Mullen at dvinfo.net ( it was Emanuel who posted before in this his input http://www.cinematog...n...st&p=124894 ) :
I think he's referring to what happened over these pages:
Once upon a time there was a Pope. His name was Jim Murdoch. But this was a fake account from a fake and not real name. The worst was: there is a real Jim Murdoch. And his face confers but it seems he wasn't the man beyond the posts of this account. The rest is what MK called as "the jerks". Again: the adjective isn't mine.
You can also follow all this story from this Jim Jannard's post:
Please, don't mix myself up with those people. Thank you.
Edited by Patrizio De Sica, 16 September 2006 - 02:40 PM.