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#1 Hussain Sola

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Posted 01 April 2011 - 06:59 AM

Hi, I am a student doing a research project on film workflow vs digital workflow. I am looking for cinematographers who have used both and was wondering how the decision making process as to the final look has changed or not changed.
any input is greatly appreciated. thank you.
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#2 David Kroell

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 07:17 AM

Hi, I am a student doing a research project on film workflow vs digital workflow. I am looking for cinematographers who have used both and was wondering how the decision making process as to the final look has changed or not changed.
any input is greatly appreciated. thank you.

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I have used both, and I'm 15, I've always wanted to become a cinematographer and being able to work for my dad's media company I have handled the biggest professional cameras aswell as the smallest digital, And I can tell you only one thing It doesn't matter about the camera so long as you get your story across.


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#3 Justin ATSU

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Posted 07 April 2011 - 05:08 AM

Hi! In fact , using film camera or digital camera ,it depends on the budget you have for your project .One thing to consider is the final look and where it will be realsed (TV or Cinema), i good to think about it . Today we have a lot digitals cameras, on the market which allow you to have look like film. When it come to color correction , Film is better . All depend on the budget you have for your project . :)
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