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#1 Giuseppe Motta

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Posted 12 January 2010 - 07:21 PM

Hi all,
this is my first short movie.
I post some screenshots in low resolution, I lost quite a bit of magenta when I converted these images in jpeg. Anyway I still didn´t apply any color grading, but when I will finish the editing I will repost the whole short in better video quality.
I used a Sony EX3 with RedoRockmicro 35mm adapter, Zeiss lenses.
Thanks

Cheers,
Giuseppe
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#2 Giuseppe Motta

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Posted 16 January 2010 - 10:21 PM

I konw at moment they are just still images, but any critics, any suggestions?
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Giuseppe
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#3 Matt Read

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Posted 24 January 2010 - 06:39 PM

It looks like you were using some sort of diffusion on the lens (unless this was caused by your Red Rock adapter) for the table and candles scene. I'm not too big of a fan of that. It reminds me of a lot of '80s films and makes your images look dated.

Some of the other stuff looks like your not getting a full range of brightness values (meaning a full gradient of exposures from completely unexposed (or black) to completely overexposed (or white)). It makes your images look flat. The shot of the girl by the bed looks especially flat, as does the profile of the man holding what looks like a net or necklaces. If those are supposed to be night, the way to shoot night is not to underexpose your entire image, but rather still retain that full range of brightness values, but minimize the amount of the frame that has brightness values above your set exposure level.
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