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#1 Mike Rilstone

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Posted 10 December 2010 - 11:38 PM

I'm currently in my second year of film school at Sheridan college on Oakville, Ontario.

We had an assignment in our camera class to do a shot recreation. I pitched the idea of shooting a shot from the intro of watchmen.



The shot I picked to re create is at 1:45

I had an awesome production designer who I worked with to build the set in a studio..

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We did a fast dolly move shooting at 80fps with the Arri SR-2.

The film is currently in the lab but I have a recording off of our monitor...




Please let me know what you think! I will post the final shot as soon as it comes back from processing.


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#2 Henry Busby

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Posted 10 December 2010 - 11:59 PM

It's hard to tell off of a monitor, but so far it looks like you nailed the look and the camera move. There's a little bit of inconsistency in the dolly move, but I think it should look fine when conformed to 24fps (I'm assuming). Great job on the production design.

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