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#1 aaron wade

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Posted 26 February 2007 - 05:20 PM

To achieve a certain look, I'm looking for advice on choosing the right film stock. My DP will be using a S-16 Aaton LTR. For lighting, we will be using mostly natural (on top of loft apt.). The stock that I'm considering is color reversal Kodak 7285. Below I've provided links to certain "blown out" and "naturalistic" looks that I'm trying to achieve. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Example one (When she is in the field)

Example two (Still Photo)

Example three (Still Photo)

Thanks,
Aaron Wade


Don't reply to this topic, I've posted again in the "film stock" discussion section. Sorry...
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