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#1 jeroenvanderpoel

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 04:09 AM

Hey here is a low resolution file from our new short;
binnenstebuiten.
This ( ) is a hidden file, and the password is;

jaja

The movie is shot on 2 cans of vision 2 250d (one rated 160 asa and the other 200 asa),
and on one can vision 3 250 d.
For the exteriors we've used vision 2 25d .
The film is scanned by cineco at a resolution of 2k.
As soon as were ready with the grading and the audio mix, i will place a higher resolution file.

I will love some good feedback and questions, so....

greets
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Posted 17 July 2009 - 03:02 AM

some extra info;
i wrote the cinematography, and worked as dop for this movie.
We shot it basically in 5 days, but for 90 percent the movie was shot in 2 days.
We were sponsored by the local light shop;
4* 2kws
3* 650 watt
3* red head
3* chimera's
flags and a lot of other stuff.
Ive used a angenieux 15-150 f 2.8.
And most of the shots we're shot at 2.8/0.5 .
When i used the lens full open, it became to soft so i had to stop it down
and comepensate for a 1/5 stop.
The lens is a bit yellowisch, and responds less to red light..
So i didnt used a in camera filter for the daylight balanced film.
I didnt put filters on the lights through the window and the fill was done just with;
1/8 ctb.
We transferred the film to minidv, exported the cutting as edl and scanned the film at a resolution of 2k.
We did the color grading by ourselfs and we will make the final master at cineco (while projected through a 2k beamer).
We cropped the film down to 1080...1.33,
and now its almost ready.
A full hd version on the internet will be available soon.
greets
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#3 Jason Hinkle (RIP)

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 05:31 PM

wow - great short! I don't understand the language but I really like the interesting framing and the stark white set. The audio work was also really good and it created a very unusual environment and mood. I'm surprised your images look pretty sharp with the lens nearly open like that but it looks quite good.

I'm curious how did you get those overhead shots? It looks like you are pretty high in the air - did you have a jib or something?
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Posted 19 July 2009 - 06:08 PM

wow - great short! I don't understand the language but I really like the interesting framing and the stark white set. The audio work was also really good and it created a very unusual environment and mood. I'm surprised your images look pretty sharp with the lens nearly open like that but it looks quite good.

I'm curious how did you get those overhead shots? It looks like you are pretty high in the air - did you have a jib or something?


Hey, thanx for your replay...a subtitled full hd version will be available soon...
I just took two strong push up light tripods, in between i putted a truss (truss adapters on the light tripods), i rigged my sachtler tripod in there...
Th first top shot was done at a focal length of 15 mm...... I prefer longer focal lengths for this kind of shots, because of the upright body distortion, which can be pretty damaging the continuity of your perspectivis in the cinematography....
A 17 mm would have fit better for this shot, but the camera was already up to the sealing...
The next problem.... your almost done with framing your shot, but not close enough....
The best thing you can do is; while standing on a ladder and watching your frame, you let your assisten place stickers on the ground, to visualise your framing....
From there out you can just calculate where you want the tripods, to get the framing 100 percent perfect...
I hope this was the right answer for you...

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Posted 20 July 2009 - 03:59 AM

Hey, thanx for your replay...a subtitled full hd version will be available soon...
I just took two strong push up light tripods, in between i putted a truss (truss adapters on the light tripods), i rigged my sachtler tripod in there...
Th first top shot was done at a focal length of 15 mm...... I prefer longer focal lengths for this kind of shots, because of the upright body distortion, which can be pretty damaging the continuity of your perspectivis in the cinematography....
A 17 mm would have fit better for this shot, but the camera was already up to the sealing...
The next problem.... your almost done with framing your shot, but not close enough....
The best thing you can do is; while standing on a ladder and watching your frame, you let your assisten place stickers on the ground, to visualise your framing....
From there out you can just calculate where you want the tripods, to get the framing 100 percent perfect...
I hope this was the right answer for you...

greets
Jeroen

here are the subtitles

girl: You know what I dreamed?
That I was Brigitte Bardot.
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I do look like her...
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boy: Yeah... I got it.

boy voice over; Like...

a...

fashion... fad...
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girl; In any case...

Boy voice over; Now-thing...

Girl; ... my eyes.

It's just that blue would look better with this wig.
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Boy voice over ; Twelve across...

"Step by step manual"

"Step by step manual"

"Step by step... manual"

C... H... O... R... E... O... gra-phy
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Girl ; but what do think of my inside?

Boy; Open your mouth.

Looks fine.
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You know what I dreamt? [dreamed=US]

I dreamed about a girl...

... that was hit by a lorry. [truck=US]

She was standing beside me,
waiting for a traffic light...

a lorry approached...

and suddenly...

I pushed her.

Later on in my dreams that place returned.

Only then there were flowers everywhere. / Only then it was strewn with flowers.
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We could go cycling together...

The wheather's fine.
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Posted 01 August 2009 - 08:49 PM

the file is offline, and now on our own website;
so the new adress is;
www.shoeboxproductions.nl/binnenstebuiten
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