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#1 jamie l fowlds

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Posted 31 July 2008 - 01:09 AM

Hi I am in prep to shoot a super 35mm India Feature based around a suicide bombing event in kashmir northern India, The event and build up are set in 1989. kashmir has a very sombre feeling about it these days its ripped and burnt, and barely holding onto its almost magical beauty of the pre troubles.

the people of kashmir are now almost part of the land, colours of sand and sackcloth camel, browns, dirty faded blood reds, muted greens occasionally bursting into bright greens with clear skies, the fall there is very north american in feel, the atmos there is like a clouded misty almost pipe smoke aura.. with old dried blood reds. any suggestions

Directors Ideas on Style ref:
Bourne Ultimatum
Rendition
(not convinced yet)
Doco reala style
steadicam/HH mix
mostly ground based shooting little air work

PS really sorry I think I posted this into wrong forum/page please advise

camera package:
Arricam Lite
Arri 435

Cooke S4i
Angenioux optimo 12x and W/a Zooms

Thinking of Fuji reala / contrasted with Kodak V3 19

4k di

Edited by jamie l fowlds, 31 July 2008 - 01:12 AM.

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