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Compensating for 85b: (2nd short film shoot)


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#1 Damien Bhatti

Damien Bhatti
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Posted 11 May 2008 - 05:10 PM

Well I finished my shoot today and am awaiting the results when i take it to be processed - but i have one query before i do. on some of the beginning shots i forgot to account for the 2/3 stop difference of my 85 b filter. i had loads of others things i had to think about and we only had a couple of hours at the location, so it was a mad rush.

Now I was filming on 500 t stock, and rated it at 320ASA, would anyone advise maybe push processing the stock to correct for the 2/3 stop in those scenes? thanks/ heres a couple of pictures of the lighting we had outside...

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after months of obsessing about it we finally finished, i just hope that we have something worthwhile, but even if we dont its something we have achieved nonetheless.

Trying to get the shots you are after in little tight spaces proved a bit of a headache as well,...!
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