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#1 Theodore Bunnz

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Posted 23 June 2007 - 05:06 PM

I am planning on shooting a dance performance which is going to have a rear screen video projection going on behind them during the dance. Has any one here done this before? I'm aware that compositing is probably the cleanest way to accomplish a similar effect, but I am interested in exploring this idea and capturing it without post work, and I am wondering if anyone has experience in this department. Specifically, in how it is different than rear-projection film? For insatnce, when the video projector is turned on but the image is black, it will still be projecting some light while if they were using a film projector that wouldn't happen...

Any advice would be great
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