I am looking for feedback on a recent music promo that I shot on the Canon 7D.
Please take a look at the video here: Saint Saviour - 'This Ain't No Hymn'
I would have loved to have shot this video on Super 16mm, especially Fujifilm's Vivid 160, which has very punchy, vibrant colours and deep blacks. I would be interested to know how it would be possible to achieve a similar look on Super 16mm in terms of light metering.
As film has a much wider latitude than video, I always wonder how much more powerful a backlight would need to be to ensure that it comes out overexposed and doesn't retain too much detail. How about the deep blue / red gels? Is any compensation necessary in terms of exposure?
Thank you very much for your time and input.
Director of photography
Saint Saviour - 'This Ain't No Hymn'
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