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#1 Jon Rosenbloom

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Posted 02 January 2007 - 11:20 AM

A little while ago, we had a thread going about overexposing and pushing film and I chimed in w/ my experience on an NYU undergrad film I shot in 2005. Turns out my employer has posted the film in Quicktime form on his website:

http://www.jlovison....age3/page3.html

(Click on "52 Hours.")
and I'd be happy to hear any comments/ questions about the photography. 3 day shoot, Super16mm, framed (and transferred) 1.85:1, used a friend's set of Zeiss superspeeds. No gaffer, no grip, I never hooked up w/ the director to do any color-correction (which is evident in the INT - Bathroom - Night scene), but there's still some good stuff in there. Thanks for watching!!

Jon.
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