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#1 Carl Hed

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Posted 21 July 2010 - 09:18 AM

Hello everyone!
This may be an odd question so I will be very happy if someone manage to answer it.
If using still camera stocks by Kodak or Fujifilm to intercut with any of the motion picture stocks, which would have the most similar colour(especially in skin tones)?

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#2 Brian Pritchard

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 03:53 AM

The best route to take is to shoot the motion picture stock in your stills camera. The problem is finding a lab that will process the short lengths for you. This subject has been covered several time previously on this forum.
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Posted 22 July 2010 - 08:40 AM

The best route to take is to shoot the motion picture stock in your stills camera. The problem is finding a lab that will process the short lengths for you. This subject has been covered several time previously on this forum.
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Thanks Brian, yes I would think it would be best too but it is still something I would like to know since I like doing alot of still images mixed with motion in my project. I tried to find other posts on this subject but did not find any similar.

If someone has a chart (macbeth or IT8 or some other with colours) shot on motion picture film I would be very happy to see it.

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