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#1 sinisa.kukic

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Posted 10 July 2007 - 06:03 PM

I have my first decent budget feature. We're shooting in December for four weeks. The toss up is between 35mm and Super 16mm. As the DP I believe that the aesthetic of Super 16mm will fit the film and the director agrees with me. At this point I am planning on using Fuji F400 stock. I am also testing in pulling the stock one stop in developing. It's a look that I really like but I am worried about possible complications with the pull and the blow up to 35mm. I haven't done the blow up test with the super 16, pulled a stop and blown up to 35mm. I am hoping to do this in a few weeks. Since most of you are more experienced with this than me. Is there anything that I should prepare for with so many variables. Is there a lab that you can recommend to use for this.

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