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#1 Mihail Ursu

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Posted 24 May 2011 - 09:31 AM

Hello,



For a school project I want to create very long exposures by hand cranking an Arri 2C with exposures of about 5seconds during the night. I will manufacture a new crank with a larger radius in order to achieve an acceptable vertical stability.

I will be shooting 35mm Kodak vision 2 5260 push processed by 1 stop, pushed by increasing the time of developing in order to develop all the silver cristals (even those in wich the exposure is not surface but deep).

The questions I have and ask you with humility to answer are:

- considering that the city lighting here is made of sodium lamps do I use any filter to correct?

- will the neon city light be acceptable?

And Please, if anyone thinks of any other issues that might appear please let me know.

I have done some tests but I will only see them tomorrow in a Colormaster.


Thank you very much and hope for answers,

Mihail Ursu.
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