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#1 KyleRepka

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Posted 24 September 2008 - 11:02 AM

i've been thinking about how to shoot titles and credits in-camera. i
saw a short b/w film about model trains that printed black stickers and put them on
acetate or plexiglass, mounted them close to the camera, and shot with
a somewhat wide lens so that title and background were in focus. it
looked pretty cool, but it definitely helped that it was in b/w. i'm
thinking of trying that out--putting the titles on the plastic so that
they cover part of the sky for contrast. i could try shooting them in
b/w in my apartment, inverting the image so that they're white and
overlaying them on any shot i want... has anyone ever tried inverting titles and superimposing them? any other ideas?
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#2 Steve Wallace

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Posted 24 September 2008 - 09:45 PM

Bauer makes a slide mount for their cameras, you just put the lens in Macro and shoot away.
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#3 Giles Perkins

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Posted 25 September 2008 - 12:34 PM

Check here for an example;

http://blip.tv/file/925197/

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