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#1 Justin Lovell

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 03:38 AM

Shot with Bolex POE 16-100 zoom & 5.9 Angenieux.
250D 7246 Kodak and 500T Fuji.
Bleach Bypass processing at Niagara Custom Lab.
Transfer at Frame Discreet.

More info and all the stills and video posted here:

www.framediscreet.blogspot.com

enjoy!!

Edited by Justin Lovell, 06 March 2008 - 03:39 AM.

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#2 Justin Lovell

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 10:03 AM

Sorry, there was a bug with the video, got it back up again, this time in FLV format.
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#3 Javier Calderon

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Posted 30 March 2008 - 11:40 PM

Wow, man. Looked through the blog. Really, really good stuff on there.

Bravo.
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#4 Justin Lovell

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Posted 31 March 2008 - 08:58 AM

Thanks man. Hope it is of interest to some people :) I enjoy posting it.

Always adding more. Might start posting some lighting setups.
Soon to come some super 8 7218 from the bboy jam.

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#5 Javier Calderon

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Posted 31 March 2008 - 06:53 PM

Man, the lighting - and cinematography in general - for "Fake Empire" was awesome. I KNOW that wasn't natural lighting, but I'd be interested in what your setup for that was. It seemed simple, but very, very effective. Very effective use of deep contrasts between your lights and darks. And the look of it was very . . . 16ish, if I could say that. I mean, I imagine blown up to the size of a regular tv screen or larger, one might begin to discern that it's 8 (perhaps), but in this size it looks great. Very deep, rich colors.

I mean I've seen some of the work of director Guy Maddin, and I think that style is pretty darn cool and very imaginative . . . But, of his own admission, it LOOKS like 8mm. Some of the stuff you shot on 8mm . . . looks like 16mm.

Makes one almost consider attempting a feature shoot on it. :)
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#6 Ray Noori

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 08:44 AM

Gents, Justin Lovell has a bit of a reputation in the Toronto filmmaking circles for being an absolute wizard. He's an immensely talented cinematographer and his telecine work is second to none, at least among the telecine houses that are available to me there is no comparison.

He also happens to be a great and patient teacher, I've learned so much from him. Hopefully he'll make more appearances on this board and update the Framediscreet blog regularly, there's plenty we can all learn from this man.

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