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#1 radoslaw charun

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 04:41 PM

Hello Everybody

I am Radek cinematography student from UK and I am preparing for my graduation film.
I will be D.O.P -ing a super16mm short film which will mostly happen at night, outdoors, the main lighting theme I have planned out is lots of colourful lights coming from (or look like they are) shop windows, neons, and I really want the character to be illuminated by the lights of a passing by car and an ambulance with all its flashing lights. Another thing is I am thinking of applying bleach bypass to the film as well, 1does that affect grain size. 2Do you think this is all too much for a 16mm stock and 3if I use 500iso stock will the grain still be acceptable?

On top of that I have recently come across Martin Scorsese's film BRINGING OUT THE DEAD, photographed by Robert Richardson and found it very influential and inspiring. 4Could anybody please help me analyze the film's lighting approach, 5do you think it went trough bleach bypass process?

I know it’s a lot and it’s a bit chaotic, sorry I panicked.

thank you for all your answers
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