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#1 Andre Szankowski AIP

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Posted 26 December 2006 - 09:29 AM

Please visit and comment!
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#2 Olivier Vanaschen

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Posted 26 December 2006 - 12:55 PM

Amazing work! Love the framing, colors and lighting, simply excellent! I especially enjoyed the Revista Cais spot, really beautiful and emotional.

I'm amazed to see how good the commercials are in Portugal. I checked Krypton's website a while ago and found them way better than many commercials here in Belgium. What kind of format you usually shoot on? Here, it's getting more and more video which is a shame. Was the "Optimus Apagão" shot on anamorphic?

Congratulations again!
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#3 Andre Szankowski AIP

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Posted 26 December 2006 - 03:56 PM

Amazing work! Love the framing, colors and lighting, simply excellent! I especially enjoyed the Revista Cais spot, really beautiful and emotional.

I'm amazed to see how good the commercials are in Portugal. I checked Krypton's website a while ago and found them way better than many commercials here in Belgium. What kind of format you usually shoot on? Here, it's getting more and more video which is a shame. Was the "Optimus Apagão" shot on anamorphic?

Congratulations again!


Thanks!
Most of the time we shoot 35mm, "Cais" was shot Super 16mm with bleach by pass on the negative. Yes"Optimus Apagão" was shot with Hawk Anamorphic.
Portugal has very good DPs and directors, but we're kind of "stuck" here... No one looks at Portugal...
All the best!
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#4 Bryant Jansen

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Posted 26 December 2006 - 04:54 PM

Amazing work. The website is really great too, easy to navigate and looks very professional. Congrats!

When you did the bleach bypass did you expose normaly or compensate by underexposing? I looks great.
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#5 Christophe Collette

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Posted 26 December 2006 - 07:00 PM

Great Work!
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#6 Jesus Sifuentes

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Posted 26 December 2006 - 07:24 PM

your eye is on a different level. engaging and stunning work. at times you enter into a different realm with your vision. few can attain it. awesome.
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#7 Andre Szankowski AIP

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Posted 27 December 2006 - 07:06 AM

Amazing work. The website is really great too, easy to navigate and looks very professional. Congrats!

When you did the bleach bypass did you expose normaly or compensate by underexposing? I looks great.

Hi there! Thanks a lot!
I normally underexpose 1 stop for 100% bleach by pass, I'll put 200asa in my lightmeter if i'm using 100asa stock and get my light readings normally. Some DPs won't do that, they'll expose normally and then underexpose on telecine or when printing, depends on what you're looking for, or just how you like to work your negative. I beleive color timers prefer to underexpose or "correct" the bleach in the lab when printing.
But, I prefered to bleach by pass the previous negatives series ( EXR,Vision ), the effect was better (ex: Super bock Green "Anjos" 100% BBP - Kodak 320T, "Cais" 100% Bbp- Kodak 100T -7248, "Bes 360º" Kodak 5248 50% BBP+Chocolat 1 + Straw 1, "Sapo King" Fuji 125T + Positive Copy with 100% BBP). Here in Portugal you can only get the Vision 2 nowdays ( or Fuji , witch I use very often) And I don't like them that much for bleach by passing, pushing or pulling.

As for the site it was made in iWeb, but have to fix some things...
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#8 Andre Szankowski AIP

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Posted 27 December 2006 - 11:44 AM

your eye is on a different level. engaging and stunning work. at times you enter into a different realm with your vision. few can attain it. awesome.


Thank you very much Jésus!
Fells always great when someone likes our work!
All the best!
Andre
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#9 Joey Dee

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Posted 31 December 2006 - 12:37 PM

WOW Andre WELL DONE mate!!! extremely WELL DONE!

Loved: Cronica Feminina <--- very contemporary "Almodovar'ish"... I also liked very much "Super Bock"....

The Shots - Framing, Colors, Lighting <--- superb!!! What can I say - well done mate - beautiful work Andre!

my best,
Joey Dee
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