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#1 Robert Sawin

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Posted 24 November 2008 - 10:23 PM

Hi all I just shot a film yesterday and I shot with the new Kodak vision 3 500T. I was shooting with only one arri 2K light at night from the window through wooden blinds. The room is white and I had blind patterns on the wall as well as the subject. Rating the stock at 500 speed the meeter was reading the highlights at F2.8 now I was using a zoom lens and that had a max F stop of F3.3. Now if I am correct I think I want to push it one stop and I think that means that the film would be rated at 800 speed but not sure. its been awhile sense I have done any push processing so I forgot the math. And I have only done it with B&W not color. I want to do the push processing but I am not too sure what to expect especially with color. I only used one light in an attempt to create hard shadows. So if I push the film would that be too much? If so what effect should I get. How would push processing effect color film? and does any one know where I can see examples of push processing before and after stills?

All of you have been a big help in the past with my questions and I look forward to any wisdom you have to share.

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Robert Sawin
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