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#1 Chris Saul

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Posted 01 June 2010 - 12:19 AM

I'm doing a project on 35mm 5229 stock and I have a scene where I have a window as the main source and I want it to bloom. I want it to have a creamy glowy feel. What are some filters that are recommended in order to do this? An example of this is in Kill Bill Vol. 1. Robert Richardson does this in the Kitchen scene when Black Mamba seeks revenge. Is this more of a post process? Any suggestions would be great!
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#2 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 01 June 2010 - 12:32 AM

I'm doing a project on 35mm 5229 stock and I have a scene where I have a window as the main source and I want it to bloom. I want it to have a creamy glowy feel. What are some filters that are recommended in order to do this? An example of this is in Kill Bill Vol. 1. Robert Richardson does this in the Kitchen scene when Black Mamba seeks revenge. Is this more of a post process? Any suggestions would be great!


It's basically a ProMist filter, or anything else that halates around points of light (Frost, Fog, Double-Fog, GlimmerGlass, etc.)
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