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#1 Justin Lovell

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 08:07 AM

Just shot this super 8 behind the scenes footage on a RED short I was on for Bravo!
Knew I was going to be in corn fields with lots of greens and yellows so took it as a great opportunity to have 64t reversal cross-processed in neg chemistry.

http://www.framediscreet.blogspot.com

It really makes those colors pop!

Shot on a Canon 1014xls, super duper 8/max 8. Letterboxed to 16:9. Some vingetting at certain focal lengths, I also had the lens hood on which doesn't help the problem. (was framing for 4:3, but figured what the heck, I can transfer it at 16:9 full frame so i will!)
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#2 Ryan Ball

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 02:37 AM

Just shot this super 8 behind the scenes footage on a RED short I was on for Bravo!
Knew I was going to be in corn fields with lots of greens and yellows so took it as a great opportunity to have 64t reversal cross-processed in neg chemistry.

http://www.framediscreet.blogspot.com

It really makes those colors pop!

Shot on a Canon 1014xls, super duper 8/max 8. Letterboxed to 16:9. Some vingetting at certain focal lengths, I also had the lens hood on which doesn't help the problem. (was framing for 4:3, but figured what the heck, I can transfer it at 16:9 full frame so i will!)


That looks fantastic! Too bad they shot the short on a RED camera when they could have had you shoot it on super 8. I've been looking to super 8 to give ma a gritty kind of 1970s spaghetti look and I think this nails it. Do you think Spectra will do cross-processing?
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#3 Justin Lovell

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 09:35 AM

The film looked super slick on the red, and that's what they were after.

Spectra: Call them and ask about cross-processing, can't hurt and its good to build relationships with the labs.
I get most of my normal and custom processing done at niagara custom lab. www.niagaracustomlab.com 416 504 3927 in Toronto.


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