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#1 Juan Jose Peralta

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Posted 05 August 2009 - 07:56 AM

I am in the quest for understanding the cinemography beneath David Hamilton´s photo and movie "paintings" for a project to be shot in Super 16mm with a large lights and production budget... cant rent all HMI but have some power to shoot.

I was considering to use a Reala 400T and under developpe 1 stop to get the color to get that pastel look, and to use in camera a White Promist 1/2... but, this is my guessing, if someone has a real clue on what can be done, please, i´ll really appreciate it

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