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#1 Shubham Kasera

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 11:29 AM

hello
i am about to shoot my final year diploma project
i have a few scenes in which both i am shooting from indoors and exteriors are also visible in daylight. I am wondering which stock should i go for and what should i rate it at?

im shooting both in 35mm and 16mm

thanks
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#2 inder mann

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Posted 18 February 2009 - 10:33 PM

hello
i am about to shoot my final year diploma project
i have a few scenes in which both i am shooting from indoors and exteriors are also visible in daylight. I am wondering which stock should i go for and what should i rate it at?

im shooting both in 35mm and 16mm

thanks


if it was me, i would shoot the 5205/7205.

as for rating, it really depends on the look you are trying to go for.

personally, i like overexposing negative film 1/3-1stop.

if you have access to lights, then you can easily color correct your tungsten lamps with CTB, and obviously HMI's are already daylight balanced.

if for some reason you cant get daylight stocks and you can only get tungsten, just gel your windows with CTO

hope that helps
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#3 Shubham Kasera

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Posted 19 February 2009 - 10:04 AM

if it was me, i would shoot the 5205/7205.

as for rating, it really depends on the look you are trying to go for.

personally, i like overexposing negative film 1/3-1stop.

if you have access to lights, then you can easily color correct your tungsten lamps with CTB, and obviously HMI's are already daylight balanced.

if for some reason you cant get daylight stocks and you can only get tungsten, just gel your windows with CTO

hope that helps


thnks

i did order a few cans of 5205 and the remaining as 5279 (as i am looking for grains)

cheers

shubham
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