Ten (by Abbas Kiarostami) and the work of Ulrich Seidl are a big inspiration.
So we will be shooting this digital, obviously, and as little light-manipulation as possible (very dogma 95) The thing is, I still want to give this a sort of look. Problem is that the cameras available at my school are a to clean for me. So I would like to know how I can make clean, digital things more visually attracting.
- Use of DOF-adapter (but I should be able to do those typical docu zooms, so I don't know of this is possible)
- The film "Julien Donkey-Boy" was shot on handheld digital video, the film was transferred to 16mm stock before being blown up to 35mm film for the final print.
Thanks in advance
Edit: I forgot to mention the possible cameras:
Panasonic AG-DVX 100
Sony PD 150
Edited by Daan Werdefroy, 10 January 2010 - 02:42 PM.