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#1 AdamBray

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Posted 20 July 2007 - 11:48 PM

Here's a clip of my first piece of 16mm film I ever shot. I was not going for an award in cinematography. More or less looking for scratches, light leak problems, or other lens or camera problems because I bought the camera off Ebay. It's shot on a Bolex reflex H16 on 7231 Plus X negative B&W. I used a Sekonic Studio Delux III light meter and our very own Cinelab did the telecine. The black bar on the right is of no fault of Cinelab. It's showed up when I put the footage in Compressor for whatever reason. Most is 24 FPS, the slow motion is 64 FPS.

Never shot any film or used a light meter before. I think it came out pretty good. There's some slight exposure problems and some footage looks soft, but I can work those bugs out. I was just playing around with slow motion and the DOF.

http://z5films.com/v...s/filmtest3.mov

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#2 Chris Loughran

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Posted 16 September 2007 - 09:44 PM

Here's a clip of my first piece of 16mm film I ever shot. I was not going for an award in cinematography. More or less looking for scratches, light leak problems, or other lens or camera problems because I bought the camera off Ebay. It's shot on a Bolex reflex H16 on 7231 Plus X negative B&W. I used a Sekonic Studio Delux III light meter and our very own Cinelab did the telecine. The black bar on the right is of no fault of Cinelab. It's showed up when I put the footage in Compressor for whatever reason. Most is 24 FPS, the slow motion is 64 FPS.

Never shot any film or used a light meter before. I think it came out pretty good. There's some slight exposure problems and some footage looks soft, but I can work those bugs out. I was just playing around with slow motion and the DOF.

http://z5films.com/v...s/filmtest3.mov

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hey, that looks good. did you really shoot this? should you have to prove it?
~Chris
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#3 Douglas Sunlin

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 12:20 PM

Why would he copy that?

I think the quality would be improved with a tripod and editing of course, but the image quality look all right.
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#4 Bill Totolo

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 08:33 PM

It held my interest, even without audio. What did you learn from it?
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Posted 28 September 2007 - 12:56 PM

wow, I just loveeee the slo mo of film. Its gonna take alot of work for digital to replicate it.
I cant wait to start shooting film. I love the..... Rustic look.
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