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#1 Niki Mundo

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Posted 08 September 2007 - 05:10 PM

So I want seemless composites for a low budget film of mine. Would it look even BETTER to use 35mm composite elements inserted into a 16mm film and than degrade the 35mm down to the 16mm grain etc.. versus shooting 35mm composites for a 35mm film. I have lots of time..

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#2 barryagilbert

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Posted 17 October 2007 - 08:23 AM

So I want seemless composites for a low budget film of mine. Would it look even BETTER to use 35mm composite elements inserted into a 16mm film and than degrade the 35mm down to the 16mm grain etc.. versus shooting 35mm composites for a 35mm film. I have lots of time..

Thanks!
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Too many variables to give a simple answer. Short version, if you are planning to project, a 16/35 disparity is more likely to be noticeable than if you're staying on a monitor. Regardless you should always shoot composites at the highest possible quality to ensure they come out well.
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